Student Discounts for the Budget Conscious

Save major dollars with student discounts!

Being a college student comes with a ton of perks already. But just to sweeten the pot, there are a seemingly endless number of stores and websites that give you discounts, just for flashing your student ID.

We think we can all agree that fast food burritos are an essential part of the college student experience. So why should you pay pull price for something that you really should be entitled to?

In pondering that question, we searched the web to compile a list of some of the most popular stores handing out student discounts. Don’t buy another interview outfit, pizza, or movie ticket until you check it out.  


  • Ann Taylor: 15% discount
  • ASOS: 10% discount
  • Banana Republic: 15% discount
  • Charlotte Russe: 10% discount
  • Club Monaco: 20% discount
  • Eddie Bauer: 15% discount
  • J.Crew: 15% discount
  • Juicy Couture: 15% discount
  • The Limited: 15% discount
  • Medelita: 15% discount
  • Madewell: 15% discount
  • Kenneth Cole: 20% discount
  • Jo-Ann Fabrics: Discount program offers 10% discount.


  • Arby’s: 10% discount
  • Buffalo Wild Wings: 10% discount
  • Burger King: 10% discount
  • Chick-fil-A: Get a free small drink with a chicken sandwich.
  • Chipotle: Free small drink with your meal.
  • McDonalds: 10% discount
  • Papa John’s: Varies by location.
  • Qdoba: $5 burrito meals with a free drink
  • Subway: 10% discount
  • Waffle House: 10% discount
  • Sam’s Club: Get your


  • 24 Hour Fitness: Student rates vary by location.
  • CorePower Yoga: $90 for 3-month members for full-time students.
  • Ski Colorado College Pass: Discounted season passes for Winter Park/Mary Jane and Copper Mountain.
  • College New England Pass: Discounted season passes for Sunday River, Sugarloaf and Loon Mountain.
  • Eastern Mountain Sports: 15% discount on national brand items and 20% off all EMS brand items.

Sports Games

There are way too many to mention, but ask about student discounts for all of your favorite professional sports team. Some, like the Washington Wizards, even give you a meal coupon with your discounted ticket!


Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T give varying discounts depending on your school. Give them a call and see what you can get.



  • Amazon: Free six-month trial of Amazon Prime and a $10 credit when you refer a friend.
  • Apple: Discounts up to $200 on a MacBook and up to $30 on an iPad.
  • Dell University: Discounts vary.
  • RadioShack: 10% discount
  • Sony: 10% discount



  • AMC Theatres: Discounted tickets every Thursday. Varies by location.
  • Cinemark: Discounted tickets. Varies by location.
  • Regal Theaters: Discounted tickets. Varies by location.
  • The Lincoln Center, New York: Discounts at all of their venues, including The Metropolitan Opera, New York City Ballet and the Lincoln Center Theatre.
  • Museum of Modern Art, New York: $11 off admission.
  • Carnegie Hall, New York: Student Rush Tickets available for $10 for eligible performances.
  • MadameTussauds: 15% discount on admission



  • Amtrak: Student Advantage Card comes with 10% discount.
  • ShortLine/Coach USA: Discounts vary by school.
  • Jiffy Lube: $10 off or 10% discount.
  • General Motors: Preferred student pricing on most vehicles
  • N.J. Transit: If college is applicable, 25% discount on monthly passes.
  • Eurail: 35% off when you travel abroad.
  • Rail Europe: Discounts for students 16-25 years old
  • Greyhound: 20% discount on tickets and 40% discount on package shipping
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After graduation, it’s all community theater and church ensembles, and who has the time for that? Nobody, that's who. 

Going to the farmers market is one of those things that just feels good.

They're quaint and novel, full of happy people buying hand-grown food, and sometimes, they even have a guy playing an accordian over by the pickle stand. It doesn't get better than that, my friends. 

On-Campus Farmers Markets

The lost art of growing vegitables and selling them directly to the community isn't lost yet at these awesome college, where students and professors alike are able to walk less than the length of the campus to a fresh and fantastic farmers markets.

Disc Golf is Everwhere on a College Campus

What do a statue of a university founder, a liberal arts building and an on-campus coffee shop have in common? They can all be disc golf targets.

That’s right, practically every college campus can and should be used as a disc golf course. It’s done at St. Mary’s University, where students get to throw over streams and historic graveyards. And it’s done at the University of Oregon, where students shoot through skinny, sprawling oak trees.

Why Chess is Such a Great Game

Chess may be one of the most important games in humanity.

It has taken geniuses and robots to master, has lasted through centuries of sporting, permeated across the globe and found its way onto almost every college campus in the country. Yet despite its prodigious back story, it is still one of the most democratic games, funneling down to just two individuals and their wits. 

Who is Wes Anderson?

Wes Anderson is half-average guy half-magician. His fashion, visual style, films and characters are all relatable, genuine, cool and absurdly different. He’s been making amazing cult films since the late 80’s, attracting fans of all ages and backgrounds. But at one point he was nothing more than a dude sitting in the back of a college play-write class, looking to make friends and talk movies. 

Having something you wrote with your name attached to it on a website that you didn’t create is resume gold. I'm not talking about your personal blog (which can still be very impressive), I'm talking about guest blogging. 

Guest blogging shows initiative, skill, and business cunning. And although it seems like everyone’s doing it, trust me, it’ll still make you stand out.

The best thing about SpoonUniversity is that its writers understand students. 

College students go to class. College students study in libraries. College students go on $3 hot dog runs at 2 a.m. What they don’t do—is cook. At least not as much as they could.

SpoonUniversity is fixing that.

Having trouble making friends in college?

Worry not - you're not alone! Making friends at any stage of life is a challenge, especially if you're somewhat shy, introverted, or -- we're just going to come out and say it -- "picky". 

Some think it should be easy to make friends in college since there are so many people around, but that's not true. If anything, the amount of options and directions students are pulled in can make it harder to find someone you can really get along with. 

Alright, if our calculations are correct then between move-in day and graduation day you could meet a Prince, a future American President, a surfer musician, a quarterback, or a genius.

You could also meet some other non-famous cutie hanging out around campus, but that wouldn't be as exciting. 

Competitive people can’t help being competitive just like lazy people can’t help being lazy. It’s simply in the blood. But for obvious (and unfortunate) culturally American reasons, teachers, parents and honest friends will berate you for being lazy, but wont for being overly competitive. That’s because competitive people tend to excel: top percentile grades, multiple extracurricular activities and popularized class rank are among some of the achievements of those who win at school.

Should You Listen to Your Parents College Advice?

For the most part, yes. When it comes to picking a degree or figuring out the finances then your parents can be a huge help.

But there are other things about they don't know a whole lot about, and that's because college has changed so much since they went. 

The basics are the same—find a subject you like and excel at it, enjoy your social life but don’t get carried away, try to get a degree in four years—but some of what they tell you will only get your hopes up or stress you out. Here's what's changed. 

College is Full of Surprises

There are a lot of cliches about college. Even friends, family, and former students can give you false information.

Every school (and people's perceptions of them) are different. And sometimes people just flat out embellish (you know those people). 

They say that Life doesn’t come with an instruction manual, but they're wrong, it’s called Google.

Everything you need to know to be able to write a good research paper, bring relatable current news to your classroom, back up your arguments and lead a rewarding life you can be found through Google.

Unfortunately, there’s a lot of bad information out there that will clutter your search results and force you to miss the good stuff. We don't want you to miss the good stuff. 

The End of Winter Break...

The start of the second semester is a strange time to be a student. For the past several weeks, your lifestyle has been the complete antithesis to educational development—you’ve probably finished a shameful number of Netflix shows, spent some quality time with hometown friends, and haven’t been waking up before 10 or reading from a textbook.

Now, you'll soon be going back to campus where you'll be asked to do the total opposite.

If you don’t start a club in college, chances are you never will. That’s just the truth. I mean it’s the perfect place. It’s full of active, fun-seeking, mostly adventurous students—enough to flock around most obscure/unique/weird interests you may have.

If you’re down with all this and want to continue or start an epic tradition, then listen up, because there are still some things that can go way wrong.