All the Ways You Can Save Money Using Your Student ID: Part 2

Last week, I went over where you can get discounted food, entertainment, fitness, sports, and transportation in Boston just with your student ID. Here's part two of that list, featuring the best deals in tech, shopping, and Prudential Center stores:

 

Tech:

Apple Store: You can save up to $200 on a new Mac and up to $20 on a new iPad with student discounts

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Dell: Exclusive offers and discounts for college students

HP: Special discounts for college students

AT&T: Select students may qualify for a student discount

T-Mobile: 10% off accessories

Sprint: Up to 23% on wireless services for select college students

Adobe: Students get 60% off all Adobe Creative Cloud apps like Photoshop and InDesign

Norton: 50% discount for anti-virus software

Microsoft (Prudential Center): Student pricing on software. Visit store for special offers.

Cellular Abroad: Offers plans with no contracts or credit checks, and you’ll get 10% off with the code BRANDEIS10

Spotify Premium: Students pay just $4.99 per month compared to the usual $9.99

It’s also never a bad idea to check with your school’s IT Department to see if they have any information or offers that you can use.

 

Shopping

Amazon Prime: Free 2-day shipping with free membership program for college students -- first 6 months free (after the first six months I pay $50.00/year, but it’s still totally worth it for textbooks!)

EMS: 15% discount

Ann Taylor: 15% discount on full-price items

Banana Republic: 15% discount

Charlotte Russe: 10% discount

H&M: 15% off

J. Crew: 15% discount (also works with teacher ID)

The Limited: 15% discount

Eddie Bauer: 15% discount

Juicy Couture: 15% discount

Steve Madden: 10% in-store purchases

Vineyard Vines: 15% off purchase

Alex and Ani: 10% off

Urban Outfitters: 10% discount on specific days. They offer a Student Program that will notify you when a discount day is approaching.

Toms: 10% off.

 

Prudential Center:

The Prudential Center is amazing and has a tab on their website listing all of the student discounts you can get with a valid college ID (I’ve listed them below)!

Also, don't forget to show your ID at the Customer Service Desk for a free PRUferred Card, good for an additional 50 special offers and discounts.

Ann Taylor: 15% off full-price purchase

Beantown Trolley: $5 off one-day admission; $7 off two-day adult admission

Bead Harbor: 15% off purchase

Ben & Jerry's: 10% off purchase

Boston Duck Tours: $6.00 off adult admission

Boston Sports Club: Must be under 22; $65.99/month Monday-Thursday, with $98.99 enrollment fee

Club Monaco: 20% off purchase

Clutch: 10% off a $59.00 or more purchase

Escape Salon Aveda: 15% off services over $50

iModify: 10% off purchase

I-Stone: 10% off $40.00 purchase

Kate Spade New York: 15% off full price purchase

LOFT: 15% off your full-price purchases

Old Town Trolley: $2.00 off adult admission

Panda Express: 10% off purchase

Santander: Free student checking

Sidney Thomas Jewelers: Visit store for special offers

Skywalk Observatory: $3.00 off adult admission price

Sofia Rosso: 30% off purchase

Street Talk: 20% off purchase

Sushma: 10% off purchase

Tablet Wear: 10% off purchase

 

To reiterate from last week, keep in mind that these discounts are subject to change, don't forget to pick up Boston University's coupon book across campus, and make sure to bring your student ID with you when you shop! Sure, some places will trust you’re a student, but a lot of places will require you to show a valid student ID or they won’t give you the discount, so be sure to carry it with you on your next outing to the Prudential Center or for some late night Chipotle.

 

Good luck!