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ASOS: Stay stylish with 10% off full-priced ASOS products.
Banana Republic: You can finally afford clothes for work or your internship with 15% off full-priced items in store.
Club Monaco: Stock up on some fall favorites by getting 15% off regular and sale priced items in any Club Monaco store AND online.
Goodwill: Many Goodwill locations offer a 10% discount for thrifty college students with student ID. Just ask your local store to make sure.
J.Crew: Yet another reason to hit up J.Crew for some cute and classic clothing. Get a 15% discount in stores when you show your school ID.
Levis: 15% off online orders to college students studying in the U.S. Register and verify your student status with UNiDAYS to get the offer.
Dockers: College students registered with UNiDAYS save 20% on full-price and sale merchandise. The discount cannot be applied to gift cards, taxes or shipping.
Eddie Bauer: Receive 10% off full-priced items in-store with your student ID.
Medelita: All you pre-med collegiettes out there can get 15% off your scrubs with Medelita’s Student Discount
Ralph Lauren: 15% off at participating stores
Madewell: Students get 15% off when they show their IDs, so it’s definitely time to go shopping.
ModCloth: Save 15% on all those vintage looks at ModCloth when you register.
Steve Madden: They offer 10% off in store with your valid ID. Get those extra pair of shoes!
TOMS: Students get 10% cash back on shoes, and for every pair you buy a new pair will be given to a child in need.
Topshop: Be fashion forward with 10% off Topshop apparel in stores and online when you register.
Amazon: Students can get a free six-month trial of Amazon Prime, which offers free two-day shipping on all of Amazon’s items, and a $10 credit when you refer a friend.
Sam’s Club: In addition to discounted membership, you get a $15 gift card for signing up.
FedEx: Using your student ID, you can save 30% on documents and 20% on shipping services with FedEx Office.
Barnes and Noble: It’s not a student discount, but you can save up to 90% on used textbooks and rentals.
The New York Times: Get your first 4 weeks FREE and then continue to get unlimited access to The New York Times for just $1 a week.
Penske: Get a break on your college move with a 10% discount at Penske Truck Rental when you show your college ID.
Arby’s: Arby’s offers a 10% discount at certain locations with your student ID.
Buffalo Wild Wings: Get a 10% discount off those flaming wings with your student ID (varies based on location).
Burger King: That burger and fries will come with a 10% discount when you flash your ID (at select locations).
Chipotle: Some Chipotle restaurants offer a free small drink with your meal when you show your student ID.
Dairy Queen: Most Dairy Queens offer a 10% discount for students with ID. Check with your local DQ restaurant to see if they offer a discount.
McDonalds: Now your McFlurry or burger comes with a 10% discount with your student ID at some locations.
Pizza Hut: Score 10% to 20% off that cheesy pie depending on the Pizza Hut location.
Waffle House: Enjoy your coffee and waffles at a discount, thanks to Waffle House’s 10% off discount.
Qdoba: Qdoba offers a free drink for students when you purchase a meal.
Subway: You can get 10% off your sub with your student ID at some locations.
Chick-fil-a: At many Chick-fil-A locations, you can get a free drink with your valid student ID.
Dunkin Donuts: 10% off your purchase at participating locations with student ID.
Starbucks: 10% off your purchase at participating locations with student ID.
Pizza Hut & Papa John’s: receive 10-20% off select pizzas with a valid student ID.
Domino’s Pizza: varies by location, call your local shop and ask!
Taco Bell: 10% off your purchase at participating locations with student ID.
24 Hour Fitness: Most 24 Hour Fitness locations offer special pricing for students, though it varies depending on the gym. Check with your local 24 Hour Fitness for pricing.
Eastern Mountain Sports: Need to stock up on some workout gear? Eastern Mountain Sports offers 15% off full-price national brand items and 20% off all full-price EMS brand items when you show your ID.
Apple: Students can save up to $300 on a MacBook—and you get a free pair of Beats wireless headphones when you buy a Mac or iPad Pro for college.
Apple Music: It’s only $4.99 a month for students, and there’s a three month free trial.
Dell University: Dell University is a program that offers discounts on technology for students, including a $150 coupon.
Microsoft: Need some sweet new electronics? Students save 10% off Surface devices!
Adobe: Special pricing for both students and teachers, discounting many of their popular programs by as much as 60% off retail.
Norton Software: Students receive up to 50% off some of their most popular products.
Lenovo: Up to 25% off select computers.
Spotify: Students have access to Spotify Premium for only $4.99 a month (half the price of the normal fee).
Best Buy: Save up to $150 on laptops, and even more great deals on TVs and those high-tech calculators.
AMC Theatres: AMC Theatres offer special discounted tickets for students every Thursday. Check with your local AMC for pricing.
Cinemark: Cinemark offers discounted movie tickets that vary by location for students who show their ID.
Regal Cinemas: Many Regal Cinemas offer student discounts. Enter your zip code on the site to see whether your local theater is one of them.
Redbox: Not just for students, however you can receive a free one-day rental for liking them on Facebook or creating a new account.
Art Museums: Many art museums have great student discounts! Sometimes the even waive the admission fees completely.
Free HBO NOW: Sign up with your student email address and access even more binge-worthy shows and movies.
Amtrak: Get great deals off train tickets by receiving 15% off on Amtrak.
ShortLine/Coach USA: If you’re about the bus life, CoachUSA offers a variety of discounts for students traveling from or to selected schools listed on their website.
Eurail: If you’re studying abroad, you can save 35% off the regular fare with a Eurail Youth Pass.
Choice Hotels: Many hotels offer student discounts, check the websites or call the hotel to confirm.
Coach USA: Coach USA offers discounts for students on scheduled routes. Just visit their site to view the details.
Allstate: Allstate offers a car insurance discount of up to 20% off for full-time students under the age of 25. Contact your local agent for more details.
Geico: Full-time students between ages of 16 and 25 can get up to $200 off Geico car insurance when they maintain a “B” average or better.
Esurance: The company known for it’s quirky commercials offers a car insurance discount to full-time students under the age of 25 who maintain a “B” average (3.0 GPA). Additionally, Pac-12 students and alumni can save up to 15% off their premiums. With a clean driving record, Esurance will lower premiums every six months.
State Farm: State Farm has a Good Student Discount that varies depending on where you live. Their website indicates savings of up to 25%, plus you can continue receiving the special rate until you turn 25, even if you already graduated.
Farmers Insurance: There are a couple discounts for students from Travelers. The first is the standard Student Discount of up to 8% for maintaining at least a “B” average and under the age of 25. They also have a Student Away at School Discount of up to 7% for parents with dependents attending school at least 100 miles away.
Rail Europe: The European train service provides varying discounts for those 16 to 25 years of age.
Greyhound: Students save 20% on unrestricted tickets to thousands of locations nationwide. Save 40% on shipping through Greyhound
Sprint: The discount varies by school but the standard seems to be 10% off your total monthly bill.
Verizon: Varies by school, calling customer service and getting the discount for your specific school is the best way to find out your discount.
AT&T: Discounts available at participating schools, contact AT&T customer service to confirm your school.
T-Mobile: Filling out a quick form will determine if you are eligible for a discount.
Cricket: The plan for students includes unlimited talk, text and 3G data.
1-800 Contacts: Receive 10% off your purchase and free shipping when you register with UNiDAYS.