Calling all Students
College can be the best time of your life, but it doesn’t come cheap. As tuition costs rise, students are facing enormous piles of debt. But one of the perks of being a student is that college ID and all the discounts it brings. Here are six retailers offering the best deals for students according to GiftCardGranny.com.
Since much of a college student’s life is spend online (we not claiming it’s all education related), no computer should ever go unprotected. Students can save up to 50% on products from Norton Software.
The GM College Discount program offers college and graduate school grads the opportunity to save money when purchasing eligible Chevy, Buick or GMC vehicles.
A good GPA will do more than just keep parents happy. Full-time students (in most states) between the ages of 16 and 25 with a 'B' average or better are eligible for up to a 15% off certain coverage from the insurer.
Work off that extra stress from your term-paper and those late-night pizzas with a yoga session. Full-time students and teachers with valid ID are eligible to receive $100 off a three-month unlimited membership, or $30 off 10 classes at CorePower Yoga, that has 42 locations throughout the Midwest.
AT&T offers exclusive savings to students in participating schools. Some offers knock off up to 10% students’ monthly bills.
Students can buy the groceries, laundry detergent, school supplies and other dorm necessities in bulk to save money. Sam's Club’s Collegiate Membership is only $40 a year and students get a bonus $15 gift card when they sign up.
Retailers know college students tend not to be flush with cash. Here are six deals that make it easier for students to keep more money in their pockets.