Now that school has started and students are settling into their new schedules, it’s time to take a look at some of the best student discounts on services to keep you entertained between classes.
Prime Student includes a six month free trial, followed by a reduced price of $6.49/month. With a Prime student subscription, students will get all of the benefits of Amazon Prime, including Prime Video, free two day shipping, and unlimited photo storage, along with exclusive deals and savings.
This deal gives students Spotify Premium, ad-supported Hulu (normally $5.99), and Showtime (normally $10.99), all for $4.99/month. Stream Hulu’s originals and the rest of their on-demand library. Catch premium content and blockbuster films from Showtime. Listen to music in your dorm and on the go. All for one low monthly fee.
Students can get 25% off a limited commercial monthly subscription to CBS All Access. With over 10,000 episodes on demand, students can keep up with current episodes of their favorite CBS shows and enjoy All Access Originals including Twilight Zone and Star Trek: Discovery.
Students can sign up with their .edu email address to get a discounted membership price of $4.99/month. This discount can be used for up to 48 months. Apple does note that they use a service to validate your enrollment status when signing up, and periodically during your subscription period.
Students can save 30% on an Audible subscription, making it just $9.95/month. In addition to the discount, students will receive a $10 Amazon credit when signing up. A student membership includes 1 audiobook and 2 Audible originals each month, audio-guided workouts, and free exchanges if students don’t like what they’re listening to.
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