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College students live with the reality that trying to balance living expenses with going to school can cause a lot of headaches, and budgeting can be difficult for people who are learning to live on their own. Many companies understand this too, and provide deals available exclusively for college students. Here are some student deals that you can use to save some money.
Spotify Premium is an ad-free service where you can stream millions of songs, online or offline, create customized playlists, and even have music recommended and curated for you. It’s half price for students at $4.99 every month and includes subscriptions to Hulu and Showtime – which have a variety of shows and movies available to stream.
Apple has discounted their MacBooks, iMacs, and iPads – with prices reduced by as much as $400. Students can also save between $100 and $500 when they purchase a Microsoft Surface Pro 6s or Surface accessories, and students who purchase a new computer from Microsoft will receive Office 365 for free. Best Buy offers discounts including, but not limited to, laptops, speakers, and Texas calculators.
Students can save over 60 percent on the Creative Cloud Suite, which consists of over 20 apps including Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
Amazon gives a 6-month free trial for Amazon Prime to college students, which offers free 2-day shipping for select products, access to their streaming platforms, Amazon Prime Video and Amazon Music, college deals and promotions, and more. After the 6 months, you can subscribe to Prime for $6.49 a month.
Student Beans is a discount program where any student can sign up for free with their school email to get discounts on food, fashion, tech, and more forwarded to them.
There are also some money-saving apps that students can download, to have
This free app offers student discounts by collecting points from staying off your phone.
What used to be known as Party Tutor, Zupp gives students deals on food and entertainment for $4.99 a month.
You can use UniDAYS online or download the app to find discounts after signing up with your school email.
Honey is a browser extension that, when you’re checking out while online shopping, inputs all known coupon codes to find you the best deal.