We know you pay enough to attend school, so we thought we’d help you save a few extra bucks here.
Adobe: Full-time students can receive discounts on software.
Apple: Students and educators save 5% off most purchases; save up to $200 on a new Mac or a new iPad with Apple’s Education pricing. Learn more about Apple’s student discounts.
Amazon Student: Students receive 50% off Amazon’s Prime service, which includes streaming video and unlimited two-day shipping, after a six-month free trial. They also get exclusive offers and discounts and eligibility for sweepstakes and contests.
Microsoft: Save 10% on accessories, and get special pricing on software. Visit the Microsoft Store website for more information.
Norton: Norton gives student discounts on security and its AntiVirus software to help protect your computer. Check out the discounts online.
Sony: Register online to take advantage of the Sony Student Store membership. Save up to 10% on merchandise.
Apple Music: Students enrolled in degree-granting universities and colleges can join Apple Music at a discounted monthly rate.
Cinemark: Receive discounted movie tickets. Check your local theater for days and times of student discounts.
Major League Baseball: Discounts vary by city, but most baseball teams offer student specials, including the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Atlanta Braves, New York Yankees, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Washington Nationals, and Cincinnati Reds just to name a few.
National Hockey League: Many NHL teams offer student pricing, such as the St. Louis Blues, Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins, Columbus Blue Jackets, and the New Jersey Devils, among others.
Spotify + Showtime + Hulu: Spotify Premium for Students gives you access to Hulu and SHOWTIME, in addition to premium Spotify for only $4.99/month.
Tidal: Students enrolled in degree-granting universities and colleges can join Tidal at a discounted monthly rate.
Allstate: Single, full-time students can receive up to 20% off for getting good grades. Visit their website for more information.
Amtrak: If you have the Student Advantage Discount card, you can save 10% off on tickets plus bonus points on travel. Visit Amtrak’s website for more information.
AT&T: Enter your dot-edu email address to see if you qualify for discounts on your wireless bill through your school. Check your eligibility on their website.
Banana Republic: Save 15% on your full-priced, in-store purchases only.
Choice Hotels: With the Student Advantage Card, you can earn 15% off at participating hotels. Choice Hotels include Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Quality Inn, Sleep Inn, Clarion, Cambria Suites, MainStay Suites, EconoLodge, Rodeway Inn, and Ascend.
Club Monaco: Both full-priced and sale items are 20% off with your valid college ID. If you’re shopping online, submit your email to receive a code.
Dockers: Register online to receive a 20% student discount while shopping online.
The Economist: A weekly student subscription is $1.88 per week (a regular subscription is $2.74) and includes a weekly delivery in print, full access to Economist.com, and full access to The Economist apps. Order your subscription online.
Farmers: College students with a 3.0 GPA (out of 4.0), on the Dean’s List, on the Honor Roll, or ranked in the top 20% of their class can get a discount on insurance. You’ll need to submit proof of eligibility, including a report card, when applying for the discount. Go to Farmers.com for more information.
FedEx: When you’re shipping a package, you can earn 20% to 30% off by showing your student ID.
GEICO: Full-time students (ages 16 to 25) can save up to 15% on certain coverages if you have a “B” average. Visit their website for more information.
General Motors College Discount: Receive a special discounted price on a Chevrolet, Buick, or GMC vehicle. Visit their website to request an authorization number.
Greyhound: The Student Advantage Discount Card will save you 20% on Greyhound unrestricted walk-up fares or online tickets to thousands of destinations. You’ll also save 40% on package shipments sent through Greyhound Package Xpress.
J.Crew: The store offers 15% off when you’re shopping in-store. Learn more about the discount on their website.
Levi’s: Need some new jeans? Luckily Levi’s offers 15% off for students. Register to receive that same 15% off for online purchases.
The Limited: Receive 15% off every purchase made in-store. Visit TheLimited.com for the details of the discount.
Nationwide Insurance: Students between the ages of 16 and 24 who are enrolled in school full-time can receive a discount on insurance. Learn more on their website.
Sam’s Club: Student discounts vary by location. Plus, get a $15 gift card when you renew or sign up for a new Sam’s Club Collegiate Membership.
Sprint: Students can add unlimited data for an additional $10 per month. Best Buy and Sprint teamed up for the My Way Student Promotion which gives students 12 months of free talk, text, and 1 GB data with the purchase of a smartphone. Visit Sprint’s website for more information.
State Farm: If you’re getting good grades, you can save up to 25% until you turn 25 years old. Learn more on their website.
Travelers: If you’re a full-time student between 16 and 25 years old, you can receive a discount on your insurance if you have at least a “B” average. Get a quote on their website.
Verizon Wireless: Depending on your university, you may be eligible for a discount. Check their website to see if you’re eligible.
The Wall Street Journal: Pay only $1 per week for 15 weeks for access to the Wall Street Journal.