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Discounts for grads

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Subway is one of the many places graduates can get a discount.

Claire Peralta, Staff Reporter

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As graduation grows closer and closer, seniors become more excited to start their new lives in college.  But there’s more to graduation than being out of high school.  In addition to moving on, college students get many wallet-saving perks.

With a simple flash of their I.D., those enrolled in school can get discounts from places such as AMC theaters to chain hotels.  For example, students are able to use their ID at Apple and receive $200 off of a new Mac.

Here are some of the many discounts offered at various locations for college students to take advantage of.

Amazon Student: free Amazon Prime trial for 1 year; includes unlimited free 2-day shipping with all orders and one-day shipping upgrade $3.99 per item

AMC Theatres: student discounted movie tickets every Thursday

Amtrak: buy one full-fare ticket, get one 50% off

Ann Taylor: 20% off

Apple: 8% off (online and in-store)

$200 off of a Mac

Banana Republic: 15% off

Charlotte Russe: 10% off

Club Monaco: 20% off regular-priced items

Dell: $200 E-gift-card

GM: College Discount offers savings on  Chevrolet, Buick or GMC cars

HP Academy Store: offers exclusive student discounts on laptops and desktop computers

J. Crew: 15% off regular-priced items

JourneyEd: provides student discounts on computers, electronics, software, and other college necessities

Metropolitan Museum of Art: $10 admission for students or $8 admission for students outside New York City, $2 for students within New York City with groups of $10 or more

Sam’s Club: Collegiate Annual Membership $40 plus FREE $15 Sam’s Club gift card

Topshop: 10% off



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Discounts for grads