One of the best pros of being a college student is having access to student-specific discounts! Many businesses are happy to give discounts to students, so here’s a list of a few that can benefit you over your college years!
From buying textbooks at the last minute to buying groceries, Amazon Prime provides students with a 6 month free trial and then 50% off each month for the duration they are in school. Amazon Prime provides students with all the services they need to succeed in college. So, if you just don’t have any time to buy groceries, just buy them on Amazon and they will be delivered to campus for you!
Who doesn’t love listening to music while studying? Thankfully, Spotify gives students 50% off a premium account which means no ads while listening and the ability to skip songs an unlimited amount of times!
Best Buy knows that living in a dorm or apartment means having to buy new appliances. Best Buy Student offers discounts on computers, laptops, and printers to blenders, toasters, and microwaves!
I’ve had some professors who required me to read articles on The New York Times. Although you have about five free articles per month, you have to pay if you want to read more articles within that month. The New York Times offers student discounts for readers who have to read articles for class!
You will probably need a laptop and software when you start school. Many brands like Apple and Dell offers students with discounts on laptops. Additionally, software like Adobe and Microsoft also offer discounted prices for their services. Make sure to also check in with your school about any discounts they offer for computers and software. Sometimes, you might even be able to score something for free!
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