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Today's Poll: 07/23/2014

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What do you spend the most money on during Back to School shopping? Submitted By chelivia, FL
Not something I worry about
Backpacks
Technology
Shoes/Clothes/Uniforms
School Supplies
Other - let us know in the comments
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Brook92502
on 07/23/14
renie100 liked this  
Uniforms and shoes and backpacks
Judlebug
on 07/23/14
gyllenhaallover liked this  
Myself, I don't have kids !
GoldLegacy
on 07/23/14
Curriculum, I homeschool.
magnuspegasus
on 07/23/14
No school for my kiddo yet, soon though.
AlbinoPrincess
on 07/23/14
lillybell3 liked this  
No kids... No expenses. However, I want to try and pick up a few things on sale and do a couple of shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child through Samaritan's Purse. =)
conjo1959
on 07/23/14
cindynack liked this  
my kids are grown!! weeee!!!!
mgtheman
on 07/23/14
Congratulations. You may now begin to enjoy having a personal life, as I have been doing for my entire adulthood.
robertj56
on 07/23/14
in buckley washington there a school for adults disabilities called Rainier state school.
terry1905
on 07/23/14
No kids. I'm 66 years old
quarrybay95
on 07/23/14
bethdeath and 1 others liked this  
Textbooks! The price of books is getting higher every year.
easpaulding
on 07/23/14
This will be the first year in a long time I have to purchase school supplies/clothes. My other two boys are 30 and 23...my youngest starts kindergarten this year!!
dmridley51
on 07/23/14
Wow! nothing like starting over. Best of luck to you.
mgtheman
on 07/23/14
XoPumpkinn and 1 others liked this  
Hold up, you have a kid who's 30 and a kid who's starting kindergarten this year?

And I thought MY family was weird.
robertj56
on 07/23/14
why would a 30 year old be going back too school ? I can see the kid but not an adult.
robertj56
on 07/23/14
why dont people shop at the goodwill. for school supplys
dmridley51
on 07/23/14
I'm glad I have all that back to shopping behind me,the last time I had to do any back to shopping was in 1991.
GrammyWithSwag
on 07/23/14
robertj56 liked this  
Youngest is now in college, tuition and books (even renting a text book is $80!) .. when in public school was probably more on clothes than supplies.
akamomof2
on 07/23/14
terry1905 liked this  
Kids are grown so don't have that anymore. Sometimes buy supplies for some that I know their family is having a hard time making ends meet.
hinachan
on 07/23/14
MasterD788 and 1 others liked this  
Um...some of us don't have kids. Where's the option for that?
mgtheman
on 07/23/14
Back to school? Seriously?

I graduated nearly a decade ago and I've managed to refrain from further overpopulating the planet, so "back to school" season is something I watch the breeders do from a distance, all while enjoying the private life and money I have because I didn't join their ranks.
CandiO55
on 07/23/14
I no longer have school age children at home. We chose to homeschool so it was always fun to choose what we would be using. We loved to be unique.
bugf9630
on 07/23/14
robertj56 and 2 others liked this  
I wish people wouldn't talk about school (shudder) in July.
wildspecks
on 07/23/14
When I was in school, I felt the same way.
ModernTechMan
on 07/23/14
I don't see why we need Back to School ads if it's not even August yet.
mblessedmother
on 07/23/14
I'm still in highschool, but I do most of it online so most of what we buy is the classes themselves and all my books.
orangestang
on 07/23/14
mblessedmother liked this  
We homeschool so we spend more money on BOOKS than anything else.
tornadokay
on 07/23/14
You should check out Connections Academy. It is a homeschool program that provides all of our books/materials and even a computer and internet reimbursement for FREE!!! My daughter did it from 5th through 8th grade. Tried public for 9th and 10th and is going back again this year. We just got her books for the next school year in the mail today!
justmom4x
on 07/23/14
Homeschool curriculum.
LynzH86
on 07/23/14
The schooling itself
shzacc
on 07/23/14
I'm surprised BOOKS is not an option. I spend up to $2000 a year on books, no other expense even comes close to that. Thank YOU swagbucks for helping me save BIG with Amazon gift cards to put towards my school books.
redajm12
on 07/23/14
I got a few more years before I have to worry about back to school shopping.
condo211
on 07/23/14
wildspecks and 1 others liked this  
I have no school age children at home or even away from home. My youngest is over 50.
kpantoja23
on 07/23/14
msmari09 and 1 others liked this  
i live for back to school sales :/
shannymcb
on 07/23/14
No back to school shopping this year
EMoMo84
on 07/23/14
my back to school stuff is college supplies...so...snacks and pens. lol.
swagxnerd
on 07/23/14
k
Danaraf
on 07/23/14
Nothing right now...when I was in college definitely my books, for my kiddo probably a mix of all of the above.
Cbyrnem
on 07/23/14
Wish that I were back in school!
starflower713
on 07/23/14
Nothing now that I home school!
missHOTpink
on 07/23/14
How about just college tuition alone. That's why top ramen exists. So college students don't go hungry.
Heinz1
on 07/23/14
bethdeath liked this  
How about college textbooks orz
Mizznika87
on 07/23/14
School supplies, and by that I mean BOOKS ugh #collegestudent
Jamieinthewoods1
on 07/23/14
I buy supplies and donate to our local school all thru the year. Mine are grown and gone but love to look & buy.
amber1500802
on 07/23/14
We homeschool, so the majority of our back to school spending is on curriculum and books.
grrin
on 07/23/14
no back to school for me
rockinjem
on 07/23/14
ApinkParade and 1 others liked this  
Tuition and books and transportation. Going to college is expensive.
Eiffelgirl
on 07/23/14
I don't have any school age children.
MayaRanew
on 07/23/14
Jamieinthewoods1 liked this  
Clothes! Gotta look good c:
joy2008
on 07/23/14
It used to be school supplies, but now that I'm out of school I don't have to worry about that.
esmeraldaMARTIN2
on 07/23/14
all
MamaBearX3
on 07/23/14
Jamieinthewoods1 liked this  
All of the above pretty much. My youngest will be joining in the mix this year starting kindergarten, so it is a bit overwhelming when on an already tight budget.
Danielle317
on 07/23/14
Charyne liked this  
Homeschool books
methusleah
on 07/23/14
Homeschooled
SwagScary
on 07/23/14
Student loan
Beachhouse224
on 07/23/14
healthyswagger liked this  
I love to shop new clothes for work, but it has to be really good for me to buy. I won't buy junk! For some reason I'm not drawn to cheaply engineered, low quality items.
room28
on 07/23/14
Nanosounds liked this  
Other: I graduated high school and college. No children, no worries.
niikuusra
on 07/23/14
Jamieinthewoods1 and 3 others liked this  
I'm the teacher so I have a whole different kind of supply list than the students! Aspirin is often at the top!

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