10 Best College Student Discounts to Score this Winter


50% Off Apple Music Subscription: Gain access to the entire iTunes library for only $4.99 bucks a month. Music can be streamed via Wi-Fi or downloaded to use without Wi-Fi. (Regularly $9.99 a month; https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT205928)

Spotify Premium for Only $4.99: If Apple Music isn’t your thing, or you’re on an Android platform, Spotify is a great alternative at the same price point. No ads, no limits, just music. (https://www.spotify.com/us/student/?utm_source=us-en_brand_student_text&utm_medium=paidsearch&utm_campaign=2017q3_us_us_premiumbusiness_hulu&gclid=CIiD1ry_4tcCFYmgswodOpMEBw&gclsrc=ds)

50% Off Amazon Prime: College students get half off Amazon Prime as well as access to exclusive Prime Student deals, FREE 2-day shipping, access to discount textbook rentals, unlimited movies, TV shows and music streaming. Currently there is also a promotion running where new Amazon Prime Student members get their 6 months completely free. ($49 a year, regularly $98; https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201895520)

White Mountain Superpass: The White Mountain Superpass is a season’s pass to Waterville Mountain Resort, Cannon Mountain, Cranmore Mountain and Bretton Woods for only $339, a savings of over $740! (http://www.cannonmt.com/4nh-college-pass.html) 

Double Major College Pass: If the White Mountains are too far for you, try a dual season’s pass to Pat’s Peak and Mount Sunapee resort for only $269 for the season. While NEC student’s do ski for free at Pat’s Peak, this a savings of over $830 just through Sunapee alone!(http://www.mountsunapee.com/mtsunapeewinter/rates/seasonpasses/doublemajorcollegepass.asp)

Apple Education Pricing: Apple offers discounted prices on MacBook’s, iPad Pro, iPad and the iPad Mini 4 for all college students and recently accepted college students. (https://www.apple.com/us-hed/shop)

Chick-Fil-A: Although the closet Chick-Fil-A location is in Nashua, NH, it is a favorite of mine and you can score a free drink with the purchase of a meal just by showing your student ID.

Dunkin Donuts: Participating locations will give you the opportunity to get 10% off your order! Don’t be afraid to ask! There’s nothing better than a warm vanilla chai tea after a cold day on the slopes.

State Farm Insurance: The “Good Student Discount” offers up to 25% off your car insurance if you have good grades. This deal is even good after you graduate, up to the age of 25. (https://www.statefarm.com/insurance/auto/car-insurance-for-teens)

UNiDAYS: Score deals across the board from stores like Missguided, UGG, Samsung, American Eagle and more! Register with your university email address and get access to tons of deals. (https://www.myunidays.com/US/en-US?p=AQ)





Previous articleThe Best Affordable Gifts to Give (And Receive!) this Holiday Season
Next articleAvengers Infinity War Trailer Review
Marissa Coidakis
Marissa is a third year student at New England College pursuing a Communications and Business degree. She is the Managing Editor for the NewEnglander and submits many pieces of her own in the news, opinion and student life sections. When she is not working for the paper, you can find her down the road at TD Bank where she works as a teller or on the mountain snowboarding at Pat's Peak. Marissa is a commuter student from Weare, NH and plans to graduate in 2019.