It’s that time of year again, where school buses replace swimming pools, trips to the library take the place of trips to the beach, and parents everywhere breathe a sigh of relief – yes we’re talking about back to school.
And to celebrate, we’ve partnered with StackSocial to bring you a hand-curated collection of deals to save you money on tech stuff that will help you start the new academic year off the right way.
Whether you’re looking to study up, slack off, or something in between, these Back To School deals offer a little bit of everything – they’re great even if you’re not headed back to school. And, as an added bonus (or extra credit, if you will) we’re offering an exclusive coupon for 5% off any Back To School Deal just for TNW readers. The coupon code is “tnwfive” and must be entered to access these low prices.
Here’s our list of the top four Back To School deals being offered right now:
35% off for $99.74 + Free Shipping (US Only)
If you haven’t jumped on the Bluetooth bandwagon yet, now’s your chance. Soundfreaq has managed to deliver a truly impressive audio experience with the Sound Step Recharge Wireless Bluetooth Speaker. The company’s proprietary UQ3 spatial sound has made even the most discerning audiophiles smile.
The speaker is available in Black, White, and Red. A single charge will run over 6 hours of playback and the Soundfreaq can be controlled remotely from the iOS app.
75% off for $28.49
SOS Online Backup is award-winning service that allow you to back up to an unlimited number of devices – PCs and Macs, Androids, iPhones, tablets and more. With this deal you can get 100 GB of Online Backup from SOS for one year.
The best part? Unlimited file versioning, so even if you delete a file, you can recover it at any time.
43% off for $56.99 + Free Shipping to US (ships international)
The Spigen bag is perfect for securely carrying your Macbook, iPad, iPhone, charging cable, headphones, or keyboard – all in style. There’s even room to spare for things like books(if you’re feeling old school).
It’s available in Black, Blue, and Grey.
67% off for $47.49
If you’re feeling betrayed by Adobe now that the subscription-based Creative Cloud has rolled out, the Flux 4 Web Editor offers a very solid alternative to Dreamweaver.
Designers and Developers looking to produce websites should definitely turn to Flux 4. Though not as simple as iWeb, it does have a ton of flexibility, and features WSIWYG design elements so you can drag and drop objects anywhere you want.
Please Note: To get the extra low prices quoted above, you must use the 5% off coupon “tnwfive” during checkout. Enter it into the “Promo Code” space on the checkout page.
Disclosure: StackSocial has partnered with The Next Web to bring you deals on cool products. This post is not editorial endorsement and The Next Web receives a percentage of sales.