80 College Student Discount Stores

Places Where Your Student Status Can Save You Money

Did you know your student ID or email can get you a discount at more than just movie theaters? That’s right – as a student, you may not have to pay full price on many of the purchases you make regularly. And, on top of that, many student discounts can be combined with membership discounts, such as AAA or national student organizations. Keep reading to discover exclusive student deals on everything from textbooks to travel.

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Jeff Benson

School Supplies

  • Amazon Prime Prime Student gives students a free 6-month trial. After the trial, students are eligible for a discount on Amazon Prime for four years or until they graduate (whichever comes first). Having Prime means free two-day shipping on eligible orders, including on textbooks and supplies.
  • Budget Truck Rental Not every student can rely on their parents’ truck to get their stuff to and from the residence hall. Budget gives college students a 20% discount on in-town moves and 15% on one-way journeys.
  • FedEx Anyone with a valid student ID card gets the Student Discount Club rate at FedEx stations: 30% off on sending documents and 20% off on packages.
  • Rosetta Stone Sweating Spanish class? Students who register with UNiDAYS can take 10% off of Rosetta Stone software.
  • Sam’s Club After registering with UNiDAYS, students who become Sam’s Club members get a $25 gift card that can be used online.

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