SchoolBucks101

You’re checking out our website, and you keep running into % SchoolBucks next to our retailer names. You may be wondering what those percentages mean. This guide explains our SchoolBuck system and shows how they translate into funds for you and your school.

1.     What is a SchoolBuck?

Each time you shop or donate through k12rewards.com, you and your school earn a percentage of the amount you spend in SchoolBucks.

These SchoolBucks can then be redeemed for cash or they can be donated to the school or cause of your choice.

3.     How it Translates

For example, let’s say you buy a $100 pair of sunglasses at our retailer Solstice who has 8% rewards. You receive 8 SchoolBucks for that purchase or $4 simply by shopping for something you already wanted. Plus, your school receives a piece of the pie. Thanks to your purchase, everyone benefits!

4.     Redeeming Your SchoolBucks

There are a variety of redemption options for your SchoolBucks. You must accrue at least 50 SchoolBucks before you can start redeeming.

  •       For Cash

When you redeem your rewards for cash, 50 SchoolBucks = $25. Remember to have your routing and account number on hand for the ACH process. Once you have requested your redemption, you will receive your funds in a matter of hours or days.

  •        By Donating!

50 SchoolBucks through donating = $25 donation. To donate your rewards to your favorite school or cause, simply fill out your name, your cause, and the amount. Click confirm and you’ve contributed to the school or cause of your choice.

If you have any further questions or concerns, you can always contact us support@k12rewards.com.

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