Students are always looking for a way to save money - whether they're 18 year old full time college students or 40-something part time learners. Many discounts are out there for college attendees - it's just a matter of finding them and using them.
Shop 'Til You Drop
Banana Republic offers 15% off full price merchandise with your student ID - and it's a great place to shop for professional looking clothes for interviews and internships.
Women's clothing store Club Monaco offers 20% off all regular priced merchandise to students with a valid ID card. Expensive but beautiful fashions.
Get good deals on Levi's - 15% off for students who register online. Everything from old school jeans to contemporary women's wear available.
The popular store Madewell offers a 15% discount - in store only - to students, and to teachers, also. Madewell can be a bit pricey, so the 15% discount will come in handy for your fashionista.
Discount warehouse Sam's Club will throw in a $15 gift card on top of the low priced student annual membership of $40. Buy laundry detergent to last the year, and don't forget the Ramen.
Preppy clothing store Vineyard Vines offers 15% off with a student ID for in store purchases. Time to pop your collar or wear your duck shorts.
Entertainment and Other Things
Amazon Prime is available to students free for 6 months - a $70 value.
Now they can get virtually anything delivered in a day or two.
Streaming music service Spotify offers a $4.99 flat fee for students, with no ads and unlimited use. A lot less expensive than iTunes!
Tech and School Tools
If your student is in a creative field, Adobe Creative Cloud is discounted to just $199 per year.
A great opportunity to explore the creative tools Adobe offers. Teachers are also eligible for this promotion.
Apple offers $200 off computers and $20 off of iPads for students, parents of students, faculty and homeschoolers. Don't forget to pick up a couple of extra chargers.
Get 30% off envelope/pak and 20% off package shipping from FedEx with your student ID. Be sure to remind your students not to mail home their dirty laundry!
Get 6 months free of LastPass, including an upgrade if your student already uses the service. A great way to manage online passwords.
Students are eligible for 10% off of everything regular price on the Microsoft website. This offer is good for K-12, also.
Get the online Office 365 program from Microsoft for free with a student .edu email address. A great savings over their regular pricing for Office 365.
The hottest site for business cards, Moo.com, has a 20% discount for students.
The New York Times offers discounts for college students, college educators, and teachers, too. The subscription includes delivery and digital access.
Get the Wall Street Journal for only $1 per week with a student discount. The standard bearer for business news.
Allstate offers 10% off auto insurance for completing a teenSMART driver education program.
Available from the age of 16 on.
If your student maintains a 3.0 GPA, State Farm will discount your student's car insurance premiums by 25% - and they'll keep the discount in place until your student is 25 years old.
Lots of Discounts for Students
A Student Advantage card will get you hundreds of discounts at a wide range of stores and online.
Unidays is a website where students will find lots of great discounts at stores online. Registration required.
Get Your Caffeine and Sugar Fix
Participating Dunkin' Donuts offer a 10% discount to students. Because coffee is a college student's best friend.