Canva offers free printing and shipping to teachers this Friday

Canva offers free printing and shipping to teachers this Friday

Canva for Teachers deal

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One thing’s for sure: we love our at-home printers. It just so happens Canva — the beloved graphic design platform for all creatives — does, too.

Much to our delight, Canva is hosting its first ever Print Day on August 26 that will span for 24 hours (and we’re all about it).

During this time frame, eligible K-12 Canva for Education teachers in each U.S. school district can redeem a $25 poster print voucher to print classroom posters and have them mailed directly to them for free.

While you’re stocking up on all the classroom essentials from Amazon to prepare for back-to-school season, this offer is *hot* and is 100% worth taking advantage of. After all, any opportunity to cut back on classroom costs is what we want.

Canva for Teachers


Canva for Education is Canva’s free offering for K-12 teachers, students, and schools, embraced by 25 million+ educators each month and 130,000 schools across the globe.

Not only is Canva an exceptional platform for educators, but it’s just as great for content creators designing Instagram stories and in-feed posts, along with authors for creating book covers and so much more.

Aside from hooking you up with the ability to print posters at a discount, Canva also offers on-site tutorials to make the best classroom designs you can display for your students, as well as a step-by-step guide to creating engaging lesson plans.

The best part: Canva for Education is 100% free, and now, shipping and printing is also free! Teachers can print up to 200 designs per month (which will definitely take you from your classroom and beyond). Be sure to check out the terms and conditions for Print Day before racing to this hot offer.

New users must apply for a Canva for Education account by August 24, 2022 to be eligible to receive voucher code. For teachers who signed up to Canva for Education through your school district, vouchers will be limited to the first 300 teachers in your school district to redeem. 

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