100 Of The Best Student Discounts and Deals

100 Of The Best Student Discounts and Deals

Amazon, American Eagle, J. Crew and more! Save big using your student ID or school email!

As a college student, money can be a huge issue. Here are some of the best student discounts to help you save when you buy!

1. 24 Hour Fitness: special student prices at various locations

2. A.C. Moore: 15 percent off

3. Adobe: up to 80 percent off popular software titles

4. Alex & Ani: 10 percent off any non-sale item

5. Allstate: full-time students under 25 can save up to 20 percent if they have good grades

6. Amazon: sign up for Amazon Student using your school email and get a free six-month Prime trial free and then 50 percent off Prime membership

7. AMC Theatres: cheaper admission rate on Thursdays

8. American Apparel: 25 percent off with UNiDAYS verified student status

9. American Eagle: 10 percent off in-store

10. Amtrak: 15 percent off fares

11. Ann Taylor: 20 percent off full-priced in-store purchase

12. Ann Taylor LOFT: 15 percent off

13. Apple: Five percent off most products and save up to $200 on a new Mac or iPad

14. Apple Music: $4.99 a month with school email

15. Arby's: 10 percent off

16. ASOS: 10 percent off full-prices items online

17. Banana Republic: 15 percent off full-priced purchases

18. Barnes and Noble: up to 80 percent off textbooks

19. Best Buy: discount varies with school email

20. Boohoo: 35 percent off

21. Brooks Brothers: 15 percent off in-store

22. Buffalo Wild Wings: 10 percent off

23. Burger King: 10 percent off

24. Cinemark: discounts vary

25. Charlotte Russe: 10 percent off

26. Champion: 10 percent off

27. Chick-fil-a: free drink with purchase

28. Chipotle: free drink with purchase

29. Club Monaco: 20 percent off full-priced and sale items

30. Dairy Queen: 10 percent off (most common, varies by store)

31. Dell: buy a PC over $699 and get a free tablet with ID; other various discounts in student portal

32. Dockers: 20 percent off online

33. Dunkin' Donuts: 10 percent off at participating locations

34. Eastern Mountain Sports: 15 percent off

35. Eddie Bauer: 10 percent off full-priced and sale items in-store with ID

36. Express: 15 percent off in-store and online

37. Farmers Insurance: various discounts for students under 25

38. FedEx: 20 percent to 30 percent off when you show student ID

39. Foot Locker: spend $50 and get 10 percent off

40. Forever 21: 10 percent off when you register with StudentBeans

41. Francesca's: 10 percent off

42. French Connection: 15 percent off

43. Geico: 25 percent discount for good students under 25

44. Goodwill: 10 percent off

45. Greyhound: register for the Student Advantage Discount Card and save 20 percent on tickets

46. Hershey: 20 percent off

47. H&M: 15 percent off in-store

48. HP: special student pricing and discounts

49. I-HOP: 10 percent off

50. J.Crew: 15 percent off in-store

51. Jo-Ann: 10 percent off

52. Juicy Couture: 15 percent off

53. Kate Spade: 15 percent off in-store

54. Keds: 10 percent off

55. Kenneth Cole: 20 percent off full-priced merchandise in-store

56. Lenovo: special student pricing and discounts

57. Levi's: 15 percent off in-store and online

58. Madewell: 15 percent off

59. McDonalds: 10 percent off

60. Microsoft: 10 percent off

61. ModCloth: 10 percent off full-priced orders

62. Moo: 15 percent off order of business cards

63. Nasty Gal: 30 percent off when registered with UNiDAYS

64. Norton: up to 50 percent off

65. Oasis: 20 percent off

66. Pacsun: 10 percent off when you register with StudentBeans

67. Pier 1: 15 percent off

68. Pizza Hut: 10 percent to 20 percent off at participating locations with ID

69. Pottery Barn: 15 percent off with school email or ID

70. Pottery Barn Teen: 10 percent off with school email or ID

71. Qdoba: $5 burrito meal

72. RadioShack: 10 percent off with ID

73. Ralph Lauren: 15 percent off at select stores

74. Regal: discounted tickets certain days (usually Mondays)

75. Sams Club: special student membership plus a $15 gift card

76. Sephora: 10 percent cash back

77. Sony: register online and save up to 10 percent

78. Sperry: 15 percent off

79. Spotify: get Spotify Premium for $5 a month

80. State Farm: up to 25 percent discount for good students

81. Steve Madden: 10 percent off

82. Steven Alan: 15 percent off full-priced items in-store with ID

83. Subway: 10 percent off

84. Sunglass Hut: 15 percent off

85. Supercuts: 20 percent off

86. Taco Bell: 10 percent off at participating locations

87: Target: 10 percent off online

88. The Limited: 15 percent off in-store

89. T-Mobil: special discounts when registered with studentrate.com including $50 credit and waived activation fee

90. The New York Times: 4 weeks subscription free then $1 a week

91. The Wall Street Journal: $1 per week subscription

92. The Washington Post: free subscription with student email

93. Tommy Hilfiger: 15 percent off

94. Toms: 10 percent in-store

95. Topshop: 10 percent off in-store and online

96. Urban Outfitters: 10 percent off

97. Vineyard Vines: 15 percent off in-store

98. Waffle House: 10 percent off order

99. West Elm: 15 percent off

100. Western Digital: 20 percent off with school email

Now that you have all these student discounts you can shop smart! Good luck!

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14 Adorable Products To Buy That Support Good Causes

Why buy boring old toilet paper when you could buy some that goes towards installing toilets in impoverished areas? (Yes, this exists. Stay tuned.)


Online shopping is no rarity in this day and age. Nearly everyone has once been guilty of adding item after item to their shopping cart then realizes their grand total is pretty much twice the amount you set out to spend. This is maybe not the best of situations to be in, I must admit...

However, if you have an issue with overspending online then you might as well put that money towards a good cause. So, next time you have that itch to online shop, head in the direction of one of these charitable brands and products. Treat yourself to a cute bracelet or fresh coffee beans or even some toilet paper while also supporting a cause attempting to make the world a better place.

If you happen to have that online shopping itch RIGHT NOW then click the links provided beneath each individual product or brand's photo.

1. Who Gives A Crap toilet paper

Who Gives A Crap

Who Gives A Crap is a toilet paper company that fills online orders. Their toilet paper 100% recycled and made WITHOUT trees. Also, 50% of its profits are donated to build functioning toilets and waste systems in areas that do not have them.

Their most recent monetary donation towards this cause was $46,000.

2. 4 Ocean bracelets

4 Ocean

4 Ocean is another charitable company that produces bracelets in efforts to end the ocean plastic crisis. Each of their bracelets is made from recycled materials, and with the purchase of one of these bracelets one pound of trash is removed from the world's oceans. Also, each individual bracelet often supports a different charitable cause as well as removing this pound of waste. The bracelet I have from this company went towards supporting Coral Restoration Foundation for example.

To date, 4 Ocean has removed 4,509,249 pounds of waste from the world's largest water sources.

3. Pura Vida bracelets

Pura Vida

Pura Vida is probably one of the most well-known brands on this list. The company was founded in 2010 in Costa Rica and was met with extreme popularity. Pura Vida makes and sells jewelry (primarily bracelets) in order to support and employ artisans worldwide. The company also carries special charity collections of bracelets in which the proceeds directly go towards causes such as suicide prevention, breast cancer awareness, Parkinson's disease, and sexual assault awareness.

4. Black Rifle Coffee Company coffee and apparel

Black Rifle Coffee Company

This company is owned and run by veterans. BRCC not only encourages patriotism, but also gives a portion of its proceeds to charitable causes for U.S. veterans, law enforcement, fire departments, and first responders.

5. United By Blue apparel and accessories

United By Blue

All of United By Blue's clothing sales go towards cleaning up the world's bodies of water. For every product they sell, the company removes 1 pound of waste from oceans, creeks, rivers, beaches, streams, any body of water. On top of all of this, United By Blue also organizes waste cleanup that the company as well as it followers can participate in.

They have currently removed 1,756,888 pounds of waste.

6. Yuhme water bottles


Yuhme is a company that produces and sells reusable water bottles made from sugarcane. With the sale of each singular bottle, 6 months of clean drinking water is provided to people in the Central African Republic. The company partners with the organization Water For Good, which is a organization geared specifically towards providing the Central African Republic with drinking water and bringing their community together as a whole.

Yuhme has now donated 44,148 months of drinking water, avoided 1,800,796 km worth of driving emissions, and have avoided sending 15,698,328 plastic bottles to landfills.

7. S'well water bottles


S'well is popular brand that was actually endorsed by Oprah Winfrey at one point. The water bottles are stainless steel and double-walled, designed to keep your water cold for a long time while also seeking to eliminate the waste of plastic bottles. S'well currently is in the midst of their "Million Bottle Project" which aims to eliminate 100 million plastic water bottles from the Earth's landfills and waterways by next year. By buying one of their bottles, you are not only lessening your own personal amount of waste but also aiding this project.

8. Pawz apparel


Paws is a clothing company that donates 10% of its profits animal shelters across the United States. They also use their public platform to support and endorse no-kill shelters and bring awareness to the abuse and euthanization of innocent animals.

9. Ivory Ella apparel

Ivory Ella

Ivory Ella is a brand and online store that is affiliated with the association Save the Elephants. The company was started in order to combat the ivory trade and the abuse of elephants. The brand's clothing line donates a portion of all of its proceeds to Save the Elephants, which fights for the conservation and protection of wild elephants.

10. Pela cases

Pela Case

I'm sure a lot of you have seen these eco-friendly cases advertised on your Instagram feeds. The phone cases are not only compostable and prevent the waste of plastic phone cases in landfills, but their sale also goes to help the organization 1% for the Planet. Pela also currently carries specific lines of cases that are geared towards helping our oceans by assisting charity organizations such as Save The Waves and the Surfrider Foundation. Also, these cases are adorable and very durable. I have one, and they do a great job of protecting your phone.

11. LUSH lotion


LUSH is not only cruelty-free, but it also all natural ingredients in their products. The company's Sustainable Lush Fund projects work to support regenerative agriculture worldwide. LUSH, overall, is very well-known for its cosmetics packaged is 100% recyclable materials, but there is one product in particular at the moment that assists a charitable cause: Charity Pot lotion. 100% of the profits made on this lotion are donated to grassroots organizations working for environmental conservation and awareness, animal welfare, as well as human rights.

12. Love Your Melon hats

Love Your Melon

Love Your Melon was started with the goal of putting a hat on every child's hat that was battling cancer. The company donates 50% of the profits from its hats (and other assorted clothing accessories) to the Love Your Melon Fund that assists their non-profit partners is fighting pediatric cancer.

13. BeYOUtiful apparel

BeYOUtiful Foundation

BeYOUtiful Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps connect breast cancer survivors to salons and hair stylists in efforts to make women feel beautiful all throughout these hard times in their lives. All profits from their line of apparel go towards the organization's efforts.

14. TOMS shoes


TOMS is a well-known company that was founded in 2006 as a result of the company's founder witnessing the hardships of children growing up without shoes. So, for every pair of shoes TOMS sells, the company gives a pair of shoes to a child in need. However, the company has now branched out to the sale of eyewear which assists in giving children in need prescription glasses, the sale of coffee which helps in the distribution of clean drinking water, as well as the sale of bags which supports the continuation of safe birthing services.

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