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The 40 College Student Discounts You Don’t Want to Miss This Summer

Alyssa Doyle
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Published on August 4, 2017

As a college student, finances can be a rough subject, so we want to remind you of some of the awesome discounts you can access with that student ID. As the fall semester quickly approaches, these discounts will be sure to help you out as you buy stuff for your dorm or apartment and will lessen some of your other expenses throughout the year.

Electronics:

Microsoft – Need a new laptop this year? Students get a 10% discount on Surface laptops.

Adobe – Say goodbye to that expensive software for class and save 60% on Adobe products!

Best Buy – Check out the variety of discounts on some of their most popular products.

Apple – You can save up to $300 on a Mac AND get free Beats headphones.

Lenovo – Students get a 10% discount off their entire orders.

Norton – You get up to 50% off virus software for your Mac or PC.

Apparel:

Levi – Receive a 25% discount exclusive to college students.

Express – Time to take 15% off your purchase.

Vineyard Vines – Don’t forget to show your student ID next time you’re in the store for a 15% discount.

Crew – Make sure to bring that student ID next time you go shopping to get 15% off your purchase.

Banana Republic – You don’t want to leave that college ID behind when you can get a 15% discount in-store.

Charlotte Russe – Your 10% discount makes bringing your student ID worth it.

Ralph Lauren – Don’t miss your chance to get 15% off your next purchase.

Brooks Brothers – Enjoy 15% off your purchases.

Kate Speed – Spice up your wardrobe with a 15% discount in-store.

Transportation:

Amtrak – Got a case of the travel bug? Get a 15% discount with your student ID.

Penske – Get a 10% discount for a U-haul truck for your dorm or apartment.

Greyhound – Students get 10% off all travel AND 40% off all shipping.

General Motors –  If you’re in need of a car, head over to get discounts on select vehicles.

Allstate – Got good grades? Then, you get a 20% discount.

State Farm Insurance – Subtract 25% from your price for being a stellar student.

Entertainment:

Spotify – Pay only $4.99 per month for ad free music.

AMC Theaters – On Thursdays, students get a 10-15% discount on tickets.

Broadway – Buy tickets with your student ID and pay only $20-30 per ticket.

Regal Cinemas – Keep your student ID in your wallet to get up to 15% off an adult ticket.

Apple Music – Enjoy music for $4.99 a month for your four years of college.

Food:

Waffle House – Save 10% for breakfast or lunch when you show your student ID.

Chipotle – Ordering a meal? As a student, you get a free drink too.

McDonald’s – Take advantage of 10% off your order at select restaurant locations.

Papa John’s – Experience the joys of discounts depending on your location.

Buffalo Wild Wings – Do you like wings and sports? Get a 10% discount when you show your student ID.

Chick-Fil-A – Ordering a meal? You can get a free drink with it.

Subway – Get rid of 10% of your cost.

Dairy Queen – Say hello to discounts that vary based on location.


Other:

The Economist – Choose your ideal option and get a student rate.

The New York Times – Students pay only $1 per week.

FedEx – With your student ID, you’ll get 20-30% off shipping.

The Wall Street Journal – Catch up on your news for the semester for only $15 for 15 weeks.

Washington Post – Get free digital access just for being a college student.

Amazon Prime – Get this — you’ll enjoy free two-day shipping for your six month trial and then receive 50% off Prime membership when it ends.

This list could go on forever, since many companies offer student discounts. Don’t know if a particular brand or company has a discount? It’s worth looking up online or asking at a checkout counter; what have you got to lose? We hope you enjoy these discounts and that you explore your many other options as well.

Alyssa Doyle WayUp Staff

<p>Alyssa is a Marketing Intern at WayUp and a junior at The College of New Jersey, studying English with minors in Marketing and Interactive Multimedia. She hopes to pursue a career in editing, writing, marketing, or social media. She loves to read, write, travel, listen to country music, and spend time with her family, friends, and dog.</p>

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