Hey friends! Plenty of stores offer great discounts for college students, and all you need is your Student ID! Here’s a list for you:


Arby’s   10% off of your purchase with a valid Student ID 

Burger King    10% off of your total purchase with a valid Student ID

Chick-Fil-A   Free drink with a valid Student ID

Chipotle   Free drink with a valid Student ID

Dairy Queen    10% off of your total purchase with a valid Student ID

Domino’s   Discounts vary by location (I can tell you from personal experience that the one near my college has amazing discounts)

Firehouse Subs   10% off of your order (if your school has a partnership)

Kroger   5% off your purchase off food items

Papa John’s   Discounts vary by location

Pizza Hut   10-20% off of your purchase (depending on location)

Qdoba   $5 student burrito meals

Subway   10% off of your total purchase with a valid Student ID 

Waffle House   10% off of your total purchase with a valid Student ID


Ann Taylor   20% off your purchase will a valid Student ID

ASOS   10% off of your online purchase

Banana Republic  Save 15% off of any in-store purchase when you show your valid student ID

Charlotte Russe  Students can get a 10% discount on all merchandise (at participating locations)

J.Crew   Save 15% off of any in-store purchase when you show your valid student ID

Levi’s   15% off online orders for US students

The Limited   15% off of in-store purchases with a valid Student ID

Medelita   Pre-med and current medical students and residents receive varying discounts


Adobe  Students get a discount on certain software

Apple   Save up to $200 on a new Mac + education pricing on many items

Dell   Students receive discounts on certain products

HP   Students receive education pricing on PCs

Lenovo   Students (and faculty) receive discounts on PCs and laptops

Microsoft   Students can receive Microsoft Office for free 

Norton   Students can receive up to 50% discounts on certain products

Sony   Students can receive up to a 10% discount

Spotify   Students can purchase Spotify premium for $4.99 per month (50% off of the normal price)


AMC Theaters   On Thursdays, students receive discounted movie tickets

Carnegie Hall   Students pay only $10 for select performances

Cinemark   Offers students discounted movie tickets with a valid Student ID

Madame Tussaud’s    Receive 15% off at American locations

Museum of Modern Art, NY   Full-time students at New York universities receive one free admission per visit

Regal Theaters   Discounts vary by location


Eurail   People 25 years old or younger get 35% off of the adult price 

Greyhound   Students can save 20% on travel fares

Rail Europe   Discounts available for people 26 years old or younger

STA   Created to help students find discounts on travel 


Amazon   Free 2 day shipping for 6 months + discounted Amazon Prime

FedEx   Save 30% on documents and 20% on packages

JiffyLube   $10 towards your purchase or 10% off

JoAnn Fabrics   Save 10% on all purchases + 2 coupons (this is for both high school and college students)

Sam’s Club   Sign up for the discounted membership and receive an instant $15 dollar gift card + savings on college supplies

Disclaimer: These discounts may not be available at all locations

Happy Saving! ~Morgan

anonymous asked:

Hi, i love space, physics, the universe... so much. I've always wanted to go into astrophysics or something similar- but... Over the year and a bit i've been diagnosed with depression which has been oncoming for ages, my grades have dropped and no matter how much revision i do i can't get my scores any higher. Do you have any revision techniques for science and maths?

I’m sorry to hear you’re going through rough times, take care of yourself and know you’re worth the world c: first thing to do is make sure your school’s aware of your condition. Then you might benefit a lot from getting yourself into a routine for studying - try going at it for say 2 or 3 hours every weekday with a 15 minute break every hour to look at facebook and stretch your muscles and get some tea. Take the weekends off. As for how to study, best way to study maths and science is to read over a section of notes then practice questions on what you’ve read to get it solid in your head. Once you’ve got through all the notes you can take on some past exam papers. Don’t worry if you take twice as long to answer an old exam paper as you get in the final exams, you’ll be focussed and running on adrenaline in the real thing - though it’s good to work at cutting down the time as much as possible.

That’s what I recommend you try doing for studies, and make a checklist too so you know you’ve covered everything. Keep practicing and you’ll be fine :) Good luck and I hope you feel much better very soon ^^


06/02/16 ~~ 3/100

Taking psych notes all day today and hopefully find the motivation to write my anthro essay. I ended up credit/no crediting my anthro course so the mark just has to be above a 50%, but my perfectionist self has to stress about everything so of course I want the essay to be good even though it doesn’t have to be.

5.2.2016 // 11/100

Ended the day with some biology and physics. I had a really good day in physics class today. For once we were discussing something I already knew about, so when I was answering all the questions he asked before anyone else, a friend asked me how I knew all that. To say I felt good is a big understatement. I usually keep quiet in class. Shoutout to semiconductors ha-ha.

Since it’s Friday I’m rewarding myself with some movies. Just finished “Girl, Interrupted.” Fantastic film for those of you who have yet to see it!

Saturday 30/1

Yesterday was spent in the Malmö city library studying and today will be spent studying as well. I’ve had a rough week so I really needed the weekend, I’m celebrating by partying with my friends tonight ✨✨


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