What is the SLP Must Have Sale, Anyway?

If you have followed any SLP bloggers on Facebook or Instagram in the past year or two, you have probably seen the SLP Must Have Sale mentioned a time or two.  But what is it, exactly, and when does it happen?

What is the SLP Must Have Sale, Anyway?

The #SLPMustHave sale is where many of your favorite speech-language pathologist sellers on TpT offer one item from each of their stores on the 7th of every month during the school year at a 50% discount for that day only.

Why the 7th?

  • Because that's your lucky day!  :)  Also, it is easier to remember when we keep it the same day each month.

Does it continue through the summer?

  • No, we like to give our sellers a summer break, as the sale has to be set up manually.  The sale runs from September to June each year.  

How can I find out about the items on sale?

  • First, make sure to follow your favorite sellers on social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram, as that is where many sellers announce which item will be on sale.
  • You may also want to sign up for their email newsletters - my subscribers get an exclusive head's up about which item will be on sale, as well as a chance to vote in advance.  You can sign up here.
  • On the 7th of the month, you can type in that month's hashtag into the search bar on TeachersPayTeachers.com, and all of the items on sale will come up.  (For example, it might be #Sept2017SLPMustHave.)
Tell me, have you taken advantage of the #SLPMustHave sale this year?


  1. Love this day of the month as a buyer and a seller! It is a great opportunity to get a variety of materials. Thank you so much for hosting it!

  2. I never knew about this! Thank you so much for sharing and for all of the materials you create and sell! They have helped me so much!!

  3. I did not know about this! Thank you so much for sharing! I am always looking for new ideas/materials and who doesn't love a sale?! :)

  4. I look forward to this day every month!! Thanks for getting the word out, there's still lots of SLPs that don't know about this great opportunity.


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