Discounts for College Students
College isn’t cheap. College students know that, parents know that, and thankfully, so do many businesses. There are many discounts for college students that your child can take advantage of. Here is a list of student deals, student discounts, and free things for college students.
Students can receive 10 percent off their meal. To receive this, present a college ID.
Buffalo Wild Wings
Many locations offer 10 percent off for students. To receive this discount, simply ask the server!
Chick Fil A
Students can receive a small drink for free with additional purchases when they present their student ID.
Students can receive a free small drink with additional purchases. To receive this, present a student ID at checkout.
Many locations offer 10 percent off when students present their college ID at the register.
Qdoba offers a free drink with additional purchases when a student ID is presented. Some locations offer $5 burritos.
Students can save 10 percent off orders by showing the server a student ID at Waffle House.
Students can receive 10 percent off their total purchase. To access this discount, verify student status on UNiDAYS, an app that connects students to student discounts at a variety of stores.
Students can sign up to get 10 percent off at any time. There are also additional discounts, like 15 percent off during back to school, so keep checking back.
College discounts will vary based on Goodwill location. To claim these discounts, ask your local Goodwill and verify college-student status with a student ID.
College students can receive 15 percent off their total purchase. To claim, present a student ID at checkout.
Students can receive 15 percent off when their student status is verified through UNiDAYS.
Students can receive 15 percent off anything in stores. To do this, provide proof of student status at checkout.
There is a Nike student discount where students can submit their email address and receive 10 percent to 20 percent off Nike purchases.
College students can receive 15 percent off their purchase.
College students can receive 10 percent off their purchase.
The vegan skincare line bioClarity offers students 15 percent off their first order with the promo code “STUDENT15”
After joining UNiDAYS for student discounts, students can receive codes for 10 percent off Mac Cosmetics products.
The New York Times
Students can have a New York Times print subscription for 50 percent off. Digital subscriptions for students are free for the first four weeks and then 1 dollar each week after that.
Students can receive 50 percent off a Spotify prescription, which includes a HULU and ShowTime subscription.
The Wall Street Journal
Students can receive a digital subscription to the Wall Street Journal for only $4 a month.
Student discounts at Cinemark vary, but participating locations offer discounts at the register, just ask.
Adobe offers a university student discount where students can receive 60 percent off their purchase of the Adobe Creative Cloud.
College students can get a free six-month Amazon Prime trial. Memberships for students after the trial is just $6.49 a month.
Apple provides a variety of discounts for students of all grade levels, including an Apple college student discount. In 2021, students, parents of students, and school staff can receive a $400 discount on an iMac Pro desktop and $100 off select iPads. There is also a MacBook discount for college students where Apple offers $200 off on MacBook laptops, and extended trials and discounts on student music and Apple TV+, according to Business Insider. Head to Apple’s education page to explore these deals in detail.
The Best Buy college discount allows students to sign up for an email list and receive promo codes.
This incomplete list of student discounts at national chains is just the tip of the iceberg. Local retailers and restaurants often have their own deals. It’s a good habit for your student to carry their ID and ask at every establishment they visit if it offers deals to college students.
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