Love saving money? So do I! That’s why I wanted to make a part two of my previous blog post, “Best Student Discount Sites and Deals”. If you missed out on Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals, don’t worry, there’s plenty of other deals out there for you to take advantage of just in time for Christmas. Here are some more helpful links to sites and discounts that will make you and your wallet happy (again):
*Disclaimer: We are not endorsed by any of these sites or brands. This post is simply offering suggestions based on popular student discount sites and deals*
BrokeScholar is a great resource for students to find tons of student discounts. They have a web page dedicated to showing student discounts for a variety of brands like Target, Apple, Nike, Levi’s, Gymshark, and much more.
Offers.com is a website that posts coupons and deals for various stores and brands. They have a blog called “Saving Tips” where they offer advice and recommendations for how to save money. They have a blog post titled “100+ Student Discounts for 2020” which was written by Lisa Davis. The post shares student discounts in a variety of categories such as Tech and Software, Clothing, Food, and more.
Dealhack is another site that shares promo codes, coupons, and deals. They created a student discounts guide, which is a massive compilation of deals for students to take advantage of. The guide breaks down discounts into 17 categories and is also available in PDF format. Click here to access it and download the PDF.
The University Network is a website that has tons of student resources such as college prep, internship and job opportunities, student budgeting advice, and much more. A section of the site is dedicated to sharing student discounts, coupons, and deals. They have a “student save engine” which is a search engine students can use to lookup their favorite stores and brands to find deals.
- Keds: Students as well as teachers, nurses, first responders, and military can receive 20% off their purchase at Keds if they have an ID.me account.
- Champion: College students can get 10% off at Champion by verifying that they are a student with ID.me.
- New York Times: The New York Times is giving students unlimited access to articles from any device for $1.00/week.
- Vineyard Vines: Students save 15% at Vineyard Vines once they verify their student status on the website.
- Best Buy: Students can create a Best Buy account (if they don’t already have one) and can sign up to receive student deals which are accessible through their “Member Offers” page.
- Pacsun: Pacsun is offering students a 10% discount when they register through UNiDAYS, a site that offers a variety of student deals.
- Caseable: Students can get a 40% student discount at Caseable, a shop where you can create custom phone cases, through StudentBeans, another site for student deals.
- Missguided: Get a 15% off discount code for Missguided when you verify your student status with StudentBeans.
- Adidas: Students get a 15% off discount at Adidas when they verify their student status through UNiDAYS.
Lydia Shaloka is a senior Business Administration major with a concentration in Marketing at Millersville University. Her interests include digital marketing, content marketing, and social media marketing. When she graduates in May 2021, Lydia hopes to work for a digital marketing agency either in or near her hometown of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
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