Back-to-school season is upon us! This means now is the time to stock up on education essentials that families will need. According to a new survey by the NRF (National Retail Federation), parents of kids in elementary through high school plan to spend an average of $789.49 per family this year, topping a previous record of $696.70. So whether schooling happens online or in the classroom, B-Stock has the back-to-school inventory you need to stock your shelves (virtual or otherwise) for the 2020-2021 school year. Here are this year’s top picks to get kids ready to learn.

Essential back-to-school inventory:

Consumer Electronics/Computers/Mobile Devices

From writing reports to virtual schooling, students are more dependent than ever on technology to learn. According to the NRF survey, 63 percent of K-12 families expect to buy computers and other electronics this year, up from 54 percent last year. Tablets, laptops, smartphones, and even wearable devices can help spell success this school year. From Grade A condition to refurbished devices, B-Stock has the inventory to fit your business budget. Source back-to-school inventory from our many marketplaces including Sam’s Club Liquidations, GameStop Wholesale, Office Depot Liquidation Auctions, Superior Wireless Auctions, and many others!


If families need to create a new at-home school zone or refresh a study area, new furniture is a must-have. Desks, bookcases, chairs, and lamps will all be top picks for the upcoming back-to-school season. Ready your stores with back-to-school inventory from furniture marketplaces like Wayfair Liquidation Auctions, Target Auctions Liquidation, Walmart Liquidation Auctions, and others.


New year, new clothes! This might be one of the top reasons kids actually get excited about a new school year. Find graphic tees, polo shirts, shorts, shoes, and more from nearly a dozen different apparel marketplaces. Source the trendy styles kids want on Target Auctions Liquidation, Nordstrom Rack, Walmart Liquidation Auctions, Hanesbrands Closeouts, and many more.

Cleaning Supplies

Wiping down desks, lockers, chairs, and laptops will be a priority this coming school year. Stock up on cleaning essentials to help keep your customers’ families healthy and safe. B-Stock has you covered when it comes to back-to-school cleaning supplies. Find all of the back-to-school inventory you need on marketplaces like Target Auctions Liquidation, CVS Liquidation Auctions, and Essendant Liquidation Auctions.

Source back-to-school gear now and be ready for the shopping season. Whatever your budget, whatever your business, B-Stock has auction lots to fit your inventory needs. Check out all of our marketplaces perfect for the new school year and start sourcing back-to-school inventory today.

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