“Is there a discount for students?” is a question most students don’t think to ask. You may be surprised by how many places have discounts that they don’t advertise. When in doubt, always ask, but here are a few places where showing your student ID could get you more than you think. Remember, you must show a valid student ID for these discounts and some restrictions may apply.
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BOSTON RED SOX
Available to: High school and college students
Discount: Sox tickets can be expensive but luckily students get a break. You can get $9 standing room only tickets with your student ID, for tickets than normally range anywhere between $10 and $40.
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MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
Available to: Students ages 18 and over
Discount: Spend the day at the MFA for $23 with student ID, a $2 discount from the usual price of $25. Admission is $10 on weekdays after 3 p.m and all day on Boston public school holidays
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ISABELLA STEWART GARDNER MUSEUM
Available to: College students
Discount: with student ID, for tickets that usually cost
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NEW ENGLAND AQUARIUM
Discount: Admission for college students with their ID is .95, a discount from the regular price of .95.
SKYWALK OBSERVATORY AT THE PRUDENTIAL CENTER
Discount: Sightseeing from the top of the Prudential is $13 when you present your ID; regular price is $16.
KENDALL SQUARE CINEMA, AMC LOEWS BOSTON COMMON 19
Available to: Any student with an ID
Discount: Kendall Square Cinema costs $9 Monday through Thursday, with a student ID, $2 off the normal price of $11. At AMC Loews Boston Common 19 theater, tickets are $7 on Thursdays, a bargain compared to the usual $12.75.
J. CREW, BANANA REPUBLIC, MADEWELL, AND VINEYARD VINES
Discount: Use your student ID to get 15 percent off any in-store purchase of full priced items at J. Crew, Banana Republic, Madewell, and Vineyard Vines.
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Discount: At Club Monaco you can get 20 percent off all full priced and sale items, in store or online, with a valid student ID.
ALEX & ANI
Discount: These popular Rhode Island made charm bracelets are 10% off all full-priced, in-store purchases with student ID.
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Discount: Stock up on vintage clothes or gently used dinnerware on Tuesdays and get 20 percent off your entire purchase with a valid student ID.
Discount: 10% off your entire purchase in-store at this women’s clothing shop with valid student ID.
H & M
Available to: All students with an ID
Discount: As if H&M needed to give college students any more reason to shop its stores, use your ID to get 15% off your purchase.
EASTERN MOUNTAIN SPORTS
Discount: 20% off all full-price Eastern Mountain Sports brand items, and 15% off all full-price national brand items to students with their school ID.
Discount: Trimming your own hair never ends well. If you’re on a budget, you can show your student ID at Supercuts for 20% off any service.
Discount: Realize you don’t have the books you need for class in a few days? Don’t worry, Amazon Prime items have free two-day shipping. Plus, Prime gives access to Amazon’s library of streaming video and music. You can get 6 months of Amazon Prime free with a student e-mail address. Amazon Prime regularly costs $99 a year.
Discount: Create the perfect playlist for studying with Spotify Premium at just $4.99/month. Premium normally costs $9.99/month.
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FIRE + ICE
Discount: Chow down at Fire + Ice on Monday nights with the $10.99 unlimited grill trip dinner, with valid college ID. Normal price is $17.99.