As students we already have enough on our plates and we don’t need money to be a stress factor. The truth is, it doesn’t have to be. Many retailers understand the struggle of being a broke college student and have tailored special student discounts to help us out. So, the next time you shop make sure to check out these great deals.
Madewell & J.Crew
We have another reason to be obsessed with these sister stores. Students get 15 percent off when they present their IDs.
Add some bolder pieces to your closet with the U.K. retailer’s 10 percent student discount accepted through Unidays or when you present your ID at their New York location.
This online retailer is your new go-to when shopping for going-out clothes with their 10 percent student discount. Did we mention they also have an AMAZING shoe selection.
This up and coming retailer is known for their affordable yet fashion-forward prices, but they’re still nice enough to offer 10 percent off to students.
You don’t need to sneak soda into your water cup anymore! Chipotle offers a free small soft drink when presenting your student ID.
You can now “Eat Fresh” for 10 percent less with your student ID.
Get a free small drink with any meal when you show your ID.
Now that chicken fries are back, head over to BK for a 10 percent discount with your ID.
The addicting music app is only $5/month for students, versus $10/month for everyone else.
Students get a free 6 month trail of Amazon Prime which offers free two-day shipping on any purchase.
Best Buy offers student discounts for everything from computers to camera equipment. The deals change frequently, so head to their site for updates!
A student discount at Apple can save you $30 on an iPad and up to $200 on MacBooks.
For all the Photoshop lovers out there, Adobe offers up 60% off of their software. Take a look at their student page for more details.
The New York Times
There are plenty of discounts for student subscriptions, both online and print.
The Wall Street Journal
A lot of business professors require that students read the WSJ throughout the semester. Take advantage of their 84% off student discount!