The ultimate list of student discounts and deals
Students Discounts Platforms
Student beans is a digital student loyalty platform that provide students exclusive discounts on the brands they love, and connect retailers to this key consumer demographics.
App that shared the best offers only for students, you can sign up using you edu. Email address and to receive free access to discounts in-store, online or with their app. The saving is instant and there are more of 150 brands that available.
StudentRate is the classic student discount site (and the only one I knew about before writing this post). They give you access to all kinds of deals on tech, travel, services, school supplies, and more. It’s free to join. Just use your .edu email.
Also known as Ebates, although it’s not an app for student discounts we still love it. You can earn nice amounts of cash back using online shopping with this platform. All you need to do is to get into the website you want to purchase by using their platform, and then once a quarter you will be surprised to get a check.
Digital Subscription Discounts
Amazon Prime Student
With Prime Student, you get the first 6 months free. After that, it’s just $6.49/month (or $59/year if you pay annually). Being a member gets you free two-day shipping on most items, free unlimited photo storage, free streaming of thousands of TV shows and movies, and lots of other cool perks. How to get the discount: All you need to do is enter your .edu email address when you sign up.
Audible gives you access to professionally recorded audiobooks on pretty much any subject you can imagine. You can listen to them while you’re at the gym, walking to class, or commuting to campus. Audible offer a membership for student for just $9.95 a month and save over 30% for a book and $10 amazon gift card.
Spotify + Hulu + SHOWTIME
You can get Spotify Premium, Hulu, and SHOWTIME for just $0.99 for the first three months and then $4.99/month. Though the Hulu subscription still include Ads. How to get the discount: Enter your .edu email address when you sign up.
you can get 3 months trial of Apple music and then just $4.99/month (instead of the regular $9.99). How to get the discount: Sign up for Apple Music and then enter your .edu email address.
Discount varies, but you can enter your .edu email here to find out if you’re eligible.
The discount amount varies, but students at some participating universities can get a discount on service plans. Enter the name of your college here to find out if you qualify.
Evernote is one of the best note-taking apps, it lets you organize your notes and sync them across all your devices. Evernote offers students 50% off their first year of Evernote Premium, which lets you attach files and sync across an unlimited number of devices. How to get the discount: Visit the Evernote Students page and sign up with your .edu email address.
We already mentioned that you can likely get access to the Microsoft Office Suite for free through your college. But if your school doesn’t offer it for some reason, you can still get free access to Office 365 Education if you’re a student. This includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Microsoft Teams. How to get the discount: All you have to do is visit this page and enter a valid school email address.
Github is the industry standard platform for hosting and reviewing code, managing software projects, and collaborating on software with other developers. If you haven’t studied coding, then you’ve probably never heard of it. But if you do know what Github is and either use or plan to use it, you should know about the GitHub Student Developer Pack. When you sign up for this program, you’ll get free access to dozens of software development tools that would normally cost hundreds of dollars, as well as free credits for services like AWS and Digital Ocean. How to get the discount: Any student over the age of 13 is eligible, regardless of major. All you need to sign up is a valid school-issued email address, valid student identification card, or other official proof of enrollment.
Save 15% on your full-priced, in-store purchases only.
Both full-priced and sale items are 15% off with your valid college ID. If you’re shopping online, submit your email to receive a code.
The store offers 15% off when you’re shopping in-store and show a valid school ID at checkout. Learn more about the discount on their website.
Need some new jeans? Levi’s offers 15% off for students. Register to receive that same 15% off for online purchases.
Students get 10% off in store and online. Visit their website for more information.
Asos is a British online fashion and cosmetic retailer. Their website sells over 850 brands and is own range of clothing and accessories, and ships over 200 countries. They offer 10% to all students regardless to their country of origin. They also have different promotions along all year.
Whenever you show your student ID, your drink will be for free
Students get 10% off their order at many locations. Have it your way (and cheaper than usual).
Students get 10% from their bill, so whenever you feel like you want to have an icecream use that.
If you run on Dunkin', you can get 10% off with your student ID.
Papa John's Pizza
Papa John's is offering 10-20% off a pizza or a side.
Turn that $5 footlong into a $4 footlong. Yes, 10% off is yours with a valid ID.
Pizza Hut is offering 10-20% discount showing your student ID, enjoy 😊
As if Mickey D's wasn't cheap enough, you can get a solid 10 percent off discount. Hey, every penny counts.
If you’re buying a new laptop for college, you can get up to 5% additional off at Lenovo. How to get the discount: You’ll need to enter a valid .edu email address or student ID.
Prefer to get a computer from Dell? You can get $100 back on any purchase over $499 if you’re a student. How to get the discount: You’ll need a valid .edu email address. Note that this is more of a rebate than a discount. So you’ll get it in the form of a gift card emailed to the .edu address you provide 20 days after your order ships.
Looking to buy a Surface? You can save 10% if you’re a student. How to get the discount: You’ll need a Microsoft account to get access to the discount (which is annoying, but you’ll need it anyway if you’re getting a Surface). Then, you’ll need to enter your .edu email address to verify your student status.
Best buy offers exclusive offers for students in their shop including electronics. Computers, cell phones, video games& more new tech. Also, you should know that Best Buy will price match sites like Amazon, meaning that you can effectively get free “same-day delivery” on items if you’re willing to go to a local Best Buy and pick them up. How to get the discount: Check this page for the current student discounts. You’ll need to sign up for free My Best Buy account and then enroll yourself in the college student discount program using your school email address.
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.
Full-time students can receive discounts on software, such as 60% on Creative Cloud.
HotelTonight is an app that helps users find last-minute discounted hotel rates. When advocates use the app to share their referral code with friends and family, they get $25 towards their next booking. Referred friends also receive $25 towards their first booking — provided the booking is at least $135.
Hotels is an app that allows you to book hotels room all over the world, if you sign up as a member you can earn the 11th night for free.
With Airbnb, users can book accommodations almost anywhere in the world. Since its 2008 launch, Airbnb now totes over 43 million users in the US alone. Their referral program is a huge part of their success. When users invite friends and family to use Airbnb, they can do so by email or through social media when they share a referral code. Advocates get a $32 travel credit when their friends use their $42 travel credit.
Uber's referral program can help you earn some discount, they also have a discount for new students that enrolls.
ZipCar is a car sharing network that provide on-demand access to cars by the hour or the day in cities and campuses around the globe. Check out if your university has a plan with them, make sure to sign up with your edu. Email.
Casper has a catchy referral motto: “Friends don't let friends toss and turn.” They've got a very impressive program. Advocates get a $50 Amazon.com gift card when they refer family and friends. Friends get $75 towards a new mattress and an additional product.