Whether you’re a freshman in college trying to find your way in a new world, or the proud mom of a student – you already know just how expensive college can be! This is especially true with the economy right now, where everything is already overpriced. Here are the best student discounts to score:
- Amazon Prime: The perks seem endless with this… and you may not be aware of some! 6 months free, then just $7.49/month after that. You’ll also get 6 months Premium LinkedIn free, GrubHub free, 3 months free of Calm, and SO much more! Just use your .edu email address to sign up.
- Spotify Premium + Hulu + SHOWTIME: What a bundle, right?! Students with a .edu email can get a one month trial of ALL of them – and then pay only $4.99/month after that! That’s 5 bucks a month for all 3 services! By the way, if you don’t want the whole package, you can get Apple Music for only $4.99/month as a student, and Pandora offers ad-free music for $4.99/month with 2 months free. And Hulu is only $1.99/month for students on its own.
- Streaming Services: Paramount+ gives 25% off Essentials monthly plan, Discovery+ is just $3/month for Ad-Lite plans, and YouTube Premium is $6.99/month after 3 months free.
- AMC & Cinemark: Love movies? You’re in luck! Check your favorite theaters for college student discounts!
- Car Insurance: If you’re getting good grades, you can be rewarded with discounted car insurance! Just check with your current company, and shop around for others! For example, Allstate offers 25% off for 25 years and younger!
- Computers & Technology: Many popular retailers give great student discounts on much-needed tech. Get 5% off at Lenovo, 10% off at Microsoft, 40% off + free ship for HP Education Store members, Apple always has students discounts, and Logitech offers 5% off.
- Best Buy: My Best Buy members (it’s free to sign up) score student deals that change frequently!
More Student Discounts:
- Check your favorite or most used software and apps – they may just offer a discount!
- Note taking apps often have student discounts or free trials!
- Need textbooks? Chegg is an amazing site that gives seriously awesome discounts on your books!
- Goodwill stores offer discounts on specific days to students – check your local stores!
- Ask at car washes, oil change places, restaurants, coffee shops… JUST ASK!
No matter where you shop or go – ask about student discounts. The worst they can tell you is that they don’t have one…but you may just find yourself saving some money just for asking a simple question!
What student discounts have you discovered or do you use? Share in the comments!