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Top 10 Affordable Back To School Supplies

**Top 10 Affordable Back To School Supplies**



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Back to school supplies don’t have to break the bank. In this video, we’ll show you our top supplies for students on a budget! Shop all products here:

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Uni-ball Signo 207 Gel Pen ($1.60 – $1.80) :
Staedtler Textsurfer Classic Highlighter ($1.45) :
Pilot Fure Fure Shaker Mechanical Pencil ($3.30) :
Tombow 2558 Pencil ($1.20) :
Maruman Kurufit Binder ($5.75) :
Apica CD Notebook ($1.20 – $4.35) :
Velos Tin Pen Case ($4.25 – $5.80) :
Sakura Foam Eraser ($0.80 – $5.50) :
Kokuyo Dual Head Keshipita Correction Tape ($4.45) :
Raymay Easy to See Grid Ruler ($1.95) :

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– We are an online stationery store. We carry unique, high-quality pens, paper, and art supplies from Japan and beyond.

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– We ship worldwide to most countries! Please see our shipping page for more details:

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Back to school supplies don’t have to break
the bank. We’re rounding up our favorite supplies
for students on a budget. Each item is less than $6! Don’t forget to like and subscribe if you
want to see more videos for students. Let’s get started. Pens & Pencils Gel Pen The humble Uni-ball Signo 207 is as reliable
as they come. The acid-free, fade, and water resistant gel
ink makes sure that your notes will last. A comfortable textured rubber grip helps keep
your hand from getting cramped. Highlighter If you do a lot of highlighting, we recommend
the Staedtler Textsurfer. These chunky highlighters have a huge reservoir
full of quick-drying ink. Plus, they won’t roll away if you happen
to take a power nap. Mechanical Pencil Pilot Fure Fure Shaker Mechanical Pencils
are perfect for students. They feature a shaker mechanism that lets
you extend the lead with a simple shake! These pencils also come in two stylish body
designs: the adorable Corone and stylish Sprinter. Wooden Pencil The Tombow 2558 resembles the yellow-barreled
pencils you might’ve used before, but don’t be fooled by its nostalgic looks. The lead makes crisp and dark lines, while
the attached eraser cleans stray marks well. Binders & Notebooks Binder Say goodbye to pinched fingers with the Maruman
Kurufit Binder. The plastic rings are easy to open: just unhook
the white tab at the bottom and slide the rings apart. These binders are lightweight so you can carry
as many as you need for class. Notebook Despite their bargain price, Apica CD Notebooks
don’t skimp on the quality. Each notebook is threadbound to last well
past the school year. We like the CD15, a semi B5-sized notebook. It’s large enough for notes and the right
size to fit in backpacks. Pencil Case Accessories Pen Case The Velos Tin Pen Case is sleek and lightweight,
perfect for storing all your supplies. If minimalism isn’t your thing, you can
easily decorate the outside with paint pens or washi tape! Eraser The Sakura Foam Eraser might be inexpensive,
but it’s one of the best general-purpose erasers we’ve ever used. The soft plastic erases thoroughly, and the
dust clumps together so it’s easy to clean up. Correction Tape The Kokuyo Dual Head Keshipita Correction
Tape covers up any spelling errors or stray marks in your notes. The movable head stays flush against the paper
so you won’t tear the tape. This refillable correction tape comes in three
different tape widths. Ruler The Raymay Easy to See Grid Ruler is thoughtfully
designed to make measuring a breeze. Measurements are printed on both edges, and
the transparent plastic lets you see through the ruler to line it up accurately. Which of these items was your favorite? Let us know in the comments below. Be sure to check out the blog in the card
above to see more picks. You can find all of these items and more at
JetPens.com. Thanks for watching!

Your money saving tips on back-to-school shopping

**Your money saving tips on back-to-school shopping**



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We asked for your back-to-school shopping tips – here they are.

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Candice: I usually would make a list to make sure I don't overbuy and I just buy the things that I need
cos I don't want her to think that money grows on trees. So, I budget and hopefully she'll learn to do the same thing
as she grows older. Hazel: There were always summer sales
and that's when I used to get the shoes. A half-size larger – very important –
cos they seem to grow terribly in the summer. And uniforms. Gill: Whenever I shop I look for school uniforms throughout the year
and always buy ahead. So if there's a size two years older I'll buy it, maybe put the hems up, and then can lower the hems when the kids start. Brenda: If it's black or grey, which most of them are,
you can get them in supermarkets. You don't always have to go to proper school shops. And what a lot of schools are doing now, when children leave,
they're put in like a shop, for – I know they are second hand –
but you can buy them second hand from the shop, which is a lot, lot cheaper. Avelia: You're looking online or looking through –
you know, there's all those superstore-type shops – they have lots of different things,
so sometimes it's just finding who's got the best deal.

5 Ways To SAVE MONEY In College | Back To School 2019 - 2020

**5 Ways To SAVE MONEY In College | Back To School 2019 – 2020**



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hey what's up YouTube Bishop Boise to Krypton mining and as school is about to get back into session a lot of you guys going up to college I'm gonna give you the top five ways to save money while you're in college let's get into alright so number five the number five way to save money why colleges do not buy brand new books if you're gonna offer up Amazon eBay you could buy a lot of You professor books through second hand oxygens and stuff like that if you're buying them brand new books could be anywhere from 120 to 200 dollars if you're buying them use it's the exact same book exact same material and you can get it for up to fifty to seventy-five percent off also on the same topic once you finish with that class as a college graduate once I finish taking the class I have never ever once in my life use that book again so don't try to save the book and don't try to return the book to the book store and get it for full value because they're gonna give you maybe 10% of what you pay for it so I said it instead of selling it back to the bookstore what you want to do is you know off of Craigslist eBay Amazon and sell your books back it to another person that's trying to buy next year or during the next semester you just post bulletin boards on the school website or you just post them inside the dorm rooms on kids that's taking that class next semester and you'll be able to sell your books that way for even bigger property so that's the number five way to save money while in college all right now coming to the number four way to save money while in college is to actually do not buy cable okay now if you're living on the dorm rooms and your dorm have cable fine but if you're moving off campus and you're thinking about getting a cable package to watch TV don't get it you could get your internet package for around thirty to forty dollars a month one roommate buy Hulu and the other roommate by netflix and with YouTube combined you guys subscribe to the channel subscribe to China where you two combined you guys can pretty much watch any TV show in our movie available out there and you're already in college so you don't need to be in the house hooked up watching TV shows out there all that you need to go out there and enjoy your college life but you do not need to spend 100 to $150 a month on cable when you could just spend $7.99 on Hulu and $12.99 for Netflix and between the two roommates you guys could split that up over the internet package but yeah that's the number four way to save money while in college all right that brings us to number three the number three way to save money while in college is to it's gonna be a surprise is to actually cook your food and don't go out to eat every single day for fast food for breakfast lunch and dinner okay if you spend on average of $7 for breakfast lunch and dinner for each one that's around $21 a day okay let's just round that to 20 if you spend 20 every single day okay twenty times seven days that's $140 a week and if you do that for a month you're gonna spend a total of five hundred and sixty dollars in a month on fast food if you don't learn how to cook your freshman year okay so guys learn how to cook now if you go to the grocery store is it's been two hundred and fifty bucks on groceries for the month our groceries that could carry up with for the rest of the school year cereal steak anything that you want to eat or even bump there any up to three hundred dollars a month you will still save over two hundred three hundred dollars just by cooking instead of eating fast food every single day so that's the number three ways to save money while in college I bring us the number two the second way the second best way to save money while in college is to believe it or not grab your student ID and use your student discounts especially for back-to-school shopping Apple runs a program where they discount their laptops up to one hundred almost two hundred dollars off their brand-new laptop if you have a student ID you can also go to H&M and and they also have student discounts when you show your student ID so you could write something on your hand whenever you go out and say hey remind me to show my student ID because there are a lot of stores out there that actually discount students for showing that student ID one mistake that I made I lost my idea College and I'd never cared about replacing it so I never got my student discount but I'm passing this knowledge down to y'all so then when you're out shopping buying food buying electronics buying furniture just try to use your student ID wherever you go you never know there might actually be a student discount waiting for you and that's the number two way to save money while in college alright and that brings us the number one the one that you guys all been waiting for the best way to save money while in college and not only with it only saving money but it will actually make you money that's right I said it'll make you money but before I get back into the number one reason you guys got to go down hit the thumbs-up button and subscribe and I'll tell you what the number one way is to save money while I cover all right now that you guys like to subscribe I'm go ahead tell you what it is the best way to save and make money while in college is to actually use what you're learning in college if you're going to college to be a photographer start an Instagram and start posting pictures to blow up and promote your page that way start a YouTube channel if you're going to college to be a sound engineer start making beats and sell them on soundcloud if you go on to college to be a artist sign up on offer up and start painting picture portraits on offer up not only that is gonna add up over time but starting early in college you never know you could blow up to where you can actually become your full-time job you guys make a lot money if you had college for PR and you want to get in front of a camera to learn how to speak in public and in front the camera start a YouTube channel and you guys will started making money that way so if you're in college learn everything you can while in college learn your majors learn your profession learn your trade and actually start using that trade to start to make money while in college so you don't have to wait until after you graduate to get some actual experience using your trade so that is the number one way to make money while you're in college go ahead and subscribe to the channel this is your boy Zeke the crypto minor check out these other videos that's probably gonna be right there over here they're gonna be somewhere but yeah subscribe like it's gonna be more videos to come this is the back to school house of the top five ways to save money while in college and this is your Boise to Krypton minor and I'm out


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