Free Benefits For College Students
Students can take advantage of free events and discounts in areas like food, shopping, travel and entertainment by showing their student ID cards. This can include visiting lectures from top lecturers and performers who perform for free as well as discounts at local restaurants and attractions that provide student discounts.
Students can sign up for Amazon Prime Student, offering them two-day shipping on millions of items and access to Prime Video and Prime Music streaming content for six months for free. In addition, eligible students may qualify for complimentary subscriptions to Hulu with Showtime (with Showtime on Hulu) and Spotify Premium with Hulu (ad-supported).
1. Amazon Prime Student
Students can sign up for Amazon Prime membership for half the annual cost, with benefits including two-hour delivery (or same-day in certain cities), unlimited photo storage space and exclusive deals.
These include a one-year free trial of GrubHub+ (for late night food delivery), and free subscription to Course Hero to supercharge studying with practice problems and textbook explanations, in addition to receiving a discounted Calm Premium subscription plan for stress reduction.
Students also enjoy 15% savings off National Express coach tickets! That can translate into significant cost-cutting for their studies!
UNiDAYS was established in 2011 as an online platform that offers student discounts for products and services. The service is free for students to use and verifies student status before compiling special student deals from various companies in one convenient place.
Unidays provides student discounts from Allstate, HelloFresh, Samsung, and 1800 Contacts among many other companies. In addition, UNiDAYS also provides coupons, giveaways, promo codes, and other incentives worldwide; students can gain access by providing their student email address and verifying their identity to access these discounts.
3. The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal is an international business and financial newspaper, known for winning 38 Pulitzer Prizes over its lifetime and covering U.S. and global news, politics, economics, technology, business culture arts culture lifestyle issues.
The Journal is well known for its focus on business and economic topics, yet also features articles related to politics, general news and current affairs. Published six days per week and with European and Asian editions as well.
The Journal is an invaluable resource for students who want to stay abreast of news and current events. Students can sign in using their OneLogin credentials and access The Journal through Canada College Library.
4. The Ladders
Brands utilize numerous benefits to attract customers. Some utilize practical factors like product availability; while others attempt to offer customers an emotional sense of fulfillment or calm.
The Ladders is a job search site offering both free career resources and a premium tier for a fee. Specializing in jobs that pay $100,000 or more, its listings have been featured by Business Insider, Forbes and more. In addition, The Ladders provides resume reviews and advanced job searching tools; while its premium tier provides access to exclusive job listings.
5. Student Discounts at Restaurants
Student life is an adventure of discovery that extends to culinary delights. Thanks to student discounts, young adults are empowered to expand their culinary horizons and taste delectable meals that would otherwise be out of their reach.
Showing your student ID at McDonald’s to receive a free drink or getting 10% off at Chipotle can get students free food or discounts; students also enjoy five dollar footlongs at Subway and Qdoba as well. Student-oriented deals build lifetime customer relationships – the satisfaction of wallet is only the start.
6. Student Discounts at Retail Stores
Students can save big at a variety of stores and restaurants when purchasing clothes or dining out – just remember to bring along their student ID when shopping!
Many online retailers and big box stores provide student discounts. Amazon Prime Student, for instance, is free for six months before becoming $4.99/month thereafter; Adobe provides student discounts for its software products as well.
Many colleges bring in world-renowned lecturers, performers and activists for free events on campus. Check your college calendar or look for posters around campus to discover when these happenings will occur.
7. Student Discounts at Public Transit
Student transit discounts have been proven to reduce car trips and increase public transit use, according to research at NYU. A resolution issued by this university details plans for providing discounted Metrocards to university students.
Students enrolled in full-time college or part-time degree seeking programs can save 25% on monthly bus, rail and light-rail passes through NJ Transit University Partnership Program. Simply visit their participating college website or mobile app and register to purchase the discounted fare.
Discover more here. Other transit agencies also provide similar discounts; read up more about it here.
8. Student Discounts at Museums
No matter if you love art or just enjoy visiting museums for their photo-ops, student ID discounts can save big when visiting iconic museums such as New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden also provides free admission for students, while Carnegie Hall offers discounted tickets – just check the venue’s website for details! Don’t forget your library card; with it, you’ll have access to movies, magazines, online training libraries like LinkedIn Learning and much more!
9. Student Discounts at Theatres
Students love going to the movies, and student discounts are always appreciated at box offices. Simply present their student ID to save on tickets.
Broadway shows offer student rush tickets, but be prepared for long wait times in line. Some Broadway shows have even begun offering general rush tickets so anyone can get discounted tickets on show day.
RVCC students can take advantage of student discounts at local and national businesses, from restaurants to banks, gyms and insurance providers – creating revenue for retailers through student customer acquisition.
10. Student Discounts at Concerts
College can be costly; tuition, books, supplies and coffee to sustain long study sessions all add up quickly. Luckily there are also plenty of free or discounted activities to keep you occupied during those long nights of studying.
Ticketmaster provides student discounts on concert tickets; simply choose “Student 18+ with ID” when selecting the venue of your choice.
Carnegie Hall offers $10 student tickets either in advance of or on the day of performances, provided a valid school ID is presented at the box office to purchase them.