Best Discounts for Students

Most college students don’t have deep pockets, but retailers still vie for their business and offer significant discounts. Students can buy many things, from clothes to electronics, cheaper with student ID and/or school email.

Let’s take a look where to go shopping and save money while doing that this year:

Adobe – this software is often vital for students of various majors, but it is definitely on the expensive side. Such applications as Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign can do wonders, but are financial drags for sure. This is where student school email address comes to play, securing up to 60% off for subscriptions. Imagine getting Creative Cloud All Apps subscription for just $19.99 per month, instead of regular $52.99!

Amazon – students are known for being busy and not always having transportation to go grocery shopping whenever desired. Amazon shopping online can be of great help. Sign up for Prime Student Membership free trial and get six months of Prime, which includes free two-day shipping, Prime Video, and Prime Reading. After the trial, continuous membership will cost $6.49 per month for the duration of your studies.

Apple – if you are in a need of a new computer, don’t assume that Mac or iPad are out of your reach. Apple offers educational pricing, which means that some Macs and iPad Pros are up to $200 off retail. Students can also take advantage of 20% off Apple Care and enjoy free Beats Solo3 wireless headphones with purchase. To get all of those deals shop on Apple’s student page and follow the status verification instructions.

Banana Republic – Whether students are ready for their first interviews, scholarships, or just want to look sharp at school, they can’t go wrong with Banana Republic. You can get 15% off your in-store purchase if you have a valid student ID with you.

Best Buy – back to school deals at Best Buy include exclusive student pricing on various tech items, appliances, computers, phones, and microwaves. You can create your student account and access all those deals on Best Buy Student Deals page, which will send you various coupons to your email. Depending on the amount of your purchase, you can get $15-150 discount.

Krispy Kreme – when the sweet tooth comes knocking, sign up on Krispy Kreme’s student discount page and get 20% off your entire order coupon.

Madewell – students are eligible for 15% off at stores with proper ID. Offer applies to regular priced items only.

Microsoft – If you are a student, you can get Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Microsoft Teams (Office 360 Education) for free for the duration of your studies. All you have to do is enter your email on Microsoft’s site and select the desired software.

Sixt – college students need to take a break once in a while, so Sixt offers 5% off car rentals. Booking through the Student Discount page will let you verify your status and choose a car, so nothing stops you from taking that much deserved road trip on a budget.

Unidays – finally, this is a one stop shop for student discounts from various brands. Students can sign up with Unidays, verify their status and then access various deals from such businesses as Grubhub, Samsung, Adidas, Urban Outftters, and many more. Unidays works great for local and national restaurants, including Schlotzsky’s, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, and many others.