Student Discounts & Other Resources

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If you have proof that you are a student, (having an ID card or an .EDU email) these offers are available to you! Now would be a good time to get that ID card since all these student discounts are worth it! If you find a change or if there’s something you would like to add, please add a comment below.

Student Discounts

The part of being a college student is that we don’t always have the money to get what we want. Luckily, some companies admire that we continue on our education for the hope of a better feature for our country. Below are student discounts that I’ve verified myself. If one of the discounts on here does not match their description, kindly let me know so I can change it for future readers.

  • Amazon – 50% off annual membership. From 99 to 49.
  • Walt Disney Land-Los Angeles – Check out your student support services (or whatever it is called in your University or College) for more information.
  • Academic Superstore – A great website where you can find discounts on some of the most popular tools below:
    • Photoshop
    • Creative Cloud by Adobe
    • Rosetta Stone
    • Snagit (Techsmith)
    • Camtasia (Techsmith)
    • Finale
  • Adobe – Get more than 50% off their creative cloud apps if you pay the annual price. 49.99 to 19.99.
    • Photoshop
    • Elements
    • Lightroom
    • Illustrator
    • Premier Pro
    • Experience Design
    • InDesign
    • Dreamweaver
    • Animate
    • Flash Builder
    • Bridge
    • Adobe Audition
    • After effects
    • Adobe Muse – design and publish sites without knowing any code
    • Adobe Acrobat Pro – create, edit, and sign documents
    • Character Animator
    • Media Encoder
    • Fuse
    • Flash Builder
    • InCopy
    • Prelude
    • Spark
    • Scout
    • SpeedGrade
    • Story Plus
    • PhoneGap Build
    • Save $200
    • iPads, iPhones, laptops, desktops, iPods
  • Aweber – this is an email marketing software similar to mailchimp. Email the support team on how to receive the discount. You can also tweet them or send them a message on facebook to get ahold of them.
  • Corel
  • Bestbuy – Sign up for their college newsletter to receive discounts in your mailbox. Each discount is unique, therefore you cannot forward the discounts to other people.
  • Dell
  • JourneyEd
  • Microsoft – 10% off order
  • Norton – get up to 50% off their security software.
  • Realtimeboard – Make unlimited whiteboards that will aid you in school! If you don’t have an EDU email, go to their support page and attach your transcript.
  • Joanns – You must go to their store and show your id. Once you do, they’ll give you a student card for you to use during checkout.
  • Goodwill – college students always go here to look for furniture to revamp. Get 10% off if you show your id. Hey, some stores might not even ask for an id.
  • Cinemark – Varies based on locations
  • Sam’s Club – this is a wholesale store where you can buy everyday products in bulk. You need a student ID and EDU email to sign up.
  • NY Times – 50% off
  • Spotify – get 50% off the premium package.
  • Apple Music – Get this subscription 50% off!
  • Grammarly  – Free Instant Spelling, Grammar, and Plagiarism Checker
  • Unidays – secret student discount website; you need to be able to access your school account online as it will ask for your details. The great thing about this website is that some of the discounts they have can be applied ON TOP of other discounts that are already being advertised by the store. Most of the stores listed on this site are fashion retailers. One last thing, they have an app on IOS and Google Play.
    • Forever21
    • Express
    • Love Honey – one of the best Sex shops out there. If you’re not satisfied with their products, you can return them within a considerable amount of time. College student discount is 20%, even on top of public advertised discounts.
    • Apple Music
    • Apple Store
    • Perry Ellis
    • HP
    • Roxy
    • Pacsun
    • American Apparel
    • Levis
    • Motorola
  • Student Universe – get discounts on flights, hotels, and cars. I recently used their services and was astounded by the amount of money I saved. Let’s just say that I was able to save 34% of my flight.
  • Sejda – Do anything with your PDFs! The tools they have are usually paid or are hard to find online. The link says “free for teachers” but it’s also free for students as I am proof. Lol The premium subscription lets you download the software on your computer. Pretty cool!

     

  

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