With tuition rates increasing and school loans waiting for you after graduation, budgets are tight and money is in short supply for most college students to buy the essentials. Students cannot begin saving money early enough. Fortunately, some retailers sympathize with your financial situation and offer a variety of student discounts. Below is a list of retailers that we have found that offer student discounts for most of your daily needs
30% student discount on Abbyy’s document capture software
The EDU Advantage program gives student discounts on thousands of photo, video, and pro audio products
Students save 15% on better-fitting clothing for men
College students receive $30 off orders of $150 or more at Dooney & Bourke. Check out their collegiate shop.
Use your 10% student discount on a monthly subscription box from Frank And Oak, or buy fashions a la carte.
35% off FUL backpacks, bags, and duffels with your student discount.
Get a 10% student discount on jewelry from Helzberg Diamonds.
Save an extra 15% with your student discount at J. Crew Factory.
A 15% college student discount is now available online or in-stores from J. Crew.
Get a 20% student discount when you buy directly from KarenKane.com instead of shopping at Macy’s or Nordstrom.
Save 40% on Perfectly Clear’s award-winning, photo-editing software- students only.
20% student discount on Pinnacle’s video-editing software.
Get DVD and CD burning software for 20% off from Roxio.
College students get $12 off your first Grubhub order of $15+.
Attention students! Get up to 85% off popular software like Adobe, Microsoft, and more.
Save 15% with a student discount at Tommy Hilfiger.
Save $125 on a hybrid mattress delivered to your door.
TOMS gives students 10% off every purchase of shoes and accessories.
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This is an offer for educational opportunities that may lead to employment and not an offer for nor a guarantee of employment. Students should consult with a representative from the school they select to learn more about career opportunities in that field. Program outcomes vary according to each institution’s specific program curriculum. Financial aid may be available to those who qualify. The information on this site is for informational and research purposes only and is not an assurance of financial aid.