Students can still find discounts post-Black Friday


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While the chances to get the best deals of the year during Black Friday have gone, several discounts are still offered to students. Companies like Spotify and Amazon offer membership programs specifically for students, for instance.

Being a college student can cost a lot of money, even at a community college level. Luckily, being a student also means that you can save some of your coins on things that aren’t just for the classroom, and with Black Friday and Cyber Monday already past us, there are still plenty of opportunities to save–or earn–your cash.

This is an app that offers many discounts for college students such as beauty, food, fashion and technology, among other things. Once you download the app and sign up with your email address, all you need to do is take a picture of the front and back of your student I.D. before you can enjoy UNiDAYS’ perks.
Amazon offers a six-month trial that includes free two-day shipping on Prime orders. For music lovers, they also offer 99 cent music. If you enjoy reading from a Kindle, Amazon Student Prime offers three months that are free as well. All you need to do to get this deal is to use your student email when signing up.

CashApp allows you to send money to people, and if you receive money, you can immediately cash out and have it sent to your linked bank account. When signing up, you have to put your card information. CashApp also offers its own debit card, where they offer savings on places to eat like 10% at Chick-fil-A and a dollar off at any coffee shop and Taco Bell right now. The food places are subject to change, but the coffee savings always seem to be consistent.

Spotify offers Spotify Premium Student, which includes Hulu and Showtime free for the first three months before charging $4.99 a month afterward. All you need to do is to use your email when you sign up here and enter the college you attend before it verifies you for up to a year, where you can renew it for up to four years later on.

If you know of any other ways students can save some money spread the word and let’s all help each other out. Who doesn’t love saving some money?