ThinkEDU Helps Students Get Ready for Back to School with Student Software Discounts

Take advantage of your child's student status and save big.

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Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 22, 2013

Students will soon be packing up and getting ready to go back to school. After summer months at home, sleeping in late, breakfast at noon (on a good day) and mom’s staying up late until they hear the door sounds of a child returning home safely. Soon, these mothers (and fathers) can go back to their regularly scheduled sleeping hours after their child goes back to school next month. It’s usually with mixed emotions that they wave goodbye. They won’t miss things like the late nights, the messy room, and the special gifts left in the kitchen sink. They will of course miss their kids, especially when what they wished for most of the summer comes true: quiet. Perhaps a little too quiet for some.

To help ease the pain of the costs all parents incur during back to school, parents should make sure to take advantage of their children’s student status that entitle them to big discounts on computer software and accessories. When your kids tell you they need things like Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop or a Graphics Design Tablet, do not pay retail. Students can get these products and hundreds more at student pricing. ThinkEDU.com, an online store that sells only to students, teachers and schools offer hundreds of software and technology products at savings up to 85% off retail pricing. Students or parents can place orders (parents can place orders for their kids) and depending on the product, they can download it or it is shipped. ThinkEDU.com’s #1 selling product is Microsoft Office 365 University that is only $79.95 and is a downloadable product. Students and parents can place orders online at http://www.thinkEDU.com.

With the money parents will save on software and accessories, they can treat themselves to a well deserved night out on the town on one of those quiet evenings when the kids are back at school and the parents get to come home late.