Student Discount Programs by National Brands

Jaylen Waddle
Jaylen Waddle
Student Discount Programs by National Brands

Now more than ever with credit card and student loan debt looming over most students from the current economic situation students across America are taking advantage of the programs offered by companies for student discounts.
Ensure that your student ID card is always with you while shopping because most programs simply require showing a valid photo student identification card. Don’t be afraid to ask almost everywhere you go! You’ll be surprised at some of the places that offer great savings!
Automobiles:
General Motors (College discount program)
Car Insurance Student Discounts
Cell Phone Companies:
AT&T
Sprint
T-Mobile
Verizon

Computer Companies:
Adobe
Apple
HP
Microsoft
Entertainment:
AMC Theaters
Cirque Du Soleil
Disney
Most Museums
San Diego Zoo
Regal Movie Theaters
Universal Studios
Broadway/Off Broadway shows in New York City
Lifestyle:
Amazon.com
American Foundation of Suicide Prevention
Bank of America
BB&T Bank
Bikram Yoga
Comcast
Crunch Gym
Curves
Edible Arrangements
H&R Block
Laughing Lotus Yoga
Rosetta Stone
Stanley Steamer
The Wall Street Journal
Ticketmaster
YMCA
Retail Establishments:
Banana Republic
Best Buy
Burton’s
Club Monaco
David’s Bridal
JCrew
Ikea
Macy’s
Madewell
Perry Ellis
Sam’s Club
Shoe Zone
Steve Madden
Top Shop
ULTA
Uniqlo
Urban Outfitters
Restaurants:
Baskin-Robbins
KFC
Papa John’s
Pizza Hut
Subway
Toojays
Travel:
Delta Airlines
Enterprise Rental Car
Jetblue Airlines
Jiffy Lube
United Airlines
StudentUniverse.com
Spring Break Cruises
STATravel.com
Greyhound
Hertz
American Airlines
Do you know of any more programs? Leave a comment!
*Programs subject to change. See individual retailers for discount details.

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