Saving Tips for Scholastic UK
- Shop in the Sale section for the latest deals and offers.
- Sign up for the Scholastic newsletter to stay on top of the latest offers.
- Check the warehouse sales page for occasional liquidation priced products.
- Earn free books for your school when you shop on the Scholastic website, at book fairs, and in Scholastic book clubs. Every £10 you spend earns 25% of the order total toward free books for your school of choice.
Is There Free Shipping from Scholastic?
Scholastic offers free shipping on all orders containing at least one paid item delivered to schools. Orders of only rewards items will incur a £3.95 charge. Deliveries to residential addresses are free for orders of £25 or more.
What Is the Return Policy for Scholastic?
Returns can be made within 28 days for an exchange or refund by posting products back to Scholastic with a completed returns form. The returns form is available on the website.
How Do You Use a Scholastic Voucher Code?
After adding products to your basket, click the "Checkout" button on the top right-hand side of the home page. At the payment step, below your order details, you will see the headline "Add Promotional Codes & Vouchers." Enter your code in the box, and click the "Apply" button.
How to Contact Customer Support
You can contact Scholastic UK by ringing 0845 6039091 Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. GMT. Alternatively, you can email Scholastic at email@example.com. Phone numbers for book club and book fair assistance, mailing addresses, and fax numbers can be found on the contact page.
About Scholastic UK
Scholastic UK is a publisher and online retailer of highly discounted children's books, teacher and school resources, and home learning curriculum. Originally a publisher of juvenile magazines, Scholastic has since moved on to become the world's largest publisher, distributor, and seller of both books for children and educational materials, print and digital, for Nursery through Year 13. From Winnie-The-Pooh board books to the complete Harry Potter series and from Oxford English dictionaries for specific years to GCSE revision exam packs, Scholastic is an exhaustive literary and educational resource for children, parents, teachers, and home learning. Founded in 1920 in Pennsylvania, USA, Scholastic Corporation has been "promoting a love of reading" through making books affordable, available, and even free for 100 years.