Stick to that budget by flashing your student ID at these retailers to score yourself a much deserved discount.
As a student, every little counts, but that doesn't mean you have to live off cup noodles and wear secondhand items to make ends meet. Between moving out of the parental's house, having to deal with rent and utility bills and crying over how much in school fees you're racking up for your education (worth it, promise), you still need to think about other important things. Like new clothes and beer. Most importantly, beer.
Many merchants understand the money perils that students through to secure themselves a career and provide discounts and vouchers to help you get there without having to sacrifice the fun stuff. Others understand the power of education and offer student discounts on laptops, such as Apple, Lenovo, Microsoft and HP. (Ain't studying grand?)
So here, for your money saving pleasure, are the best online student deals around.
How do I get a student discount?
Most retailers require you to provide proof that you're a student in order to grant this discount. This is easy in-store as all it requires you to do is flash that card their way, when shopping online, confirmation portals such as UNiDays (AU) or Student Beans (UK) are used. Register online with them and once your student status is confirmed you'll be able to purchase your wears at student prices with online shops that recognise these portals.
If you're planning to travel overseas, you might like to purchase an ISIC card, too. This is an internationally recognised student identification card that can be used in 125 countries. You can buy one and learn more about it below.
|Get access to 42,000 discounts globally||Register for an ISIC Card and gain access to more then 42,000 discounts globally on travel and transport, fashion, food, entertainment and more.||
What student deals and discounts can I score and from where?
What other discounts and deals and I entitled to?
Don't let your savings stop with shopping discounts. Students have a wealth of money-saving opportunities available to them including low-interest student credit cards, low-interest student bank accounts and tailored student loans which can help all those saved dollars grow into something more. If you're planning to travel, you can also save on extras like travel insurance with your student card.