Making the Most of Your Student Discount, Part 3

Making the Most of Your Student Discount, Part 3

Continuing our series on getting the most out of student discounts, this time I will be talking about my favorite area to save money in: CLOTHES! 

As someone who moderately used my student discount as an undergrad (albeit mostly on discount movie tickets), I had no idea that this whole time I could have been using my student status to save money on some of my favorite clothing retailers.

Clothing and Accessories Discounts

I would image that some if not most of you did not know that retail clothing stores offered discounts to students (no judgment, I too was once uninformed).  And now that I have this information, I would like to share it with you all.  Here are some of the best student discounts I have found for clothing and accessories:

 

 

·         Ann Taylor – 15% off your entire in-store purchase 

·         ASOS – 10% off website purchases (you’ll first need to register with UNiDAYS, but this will work out in your favor in the long run anyway, trust me)

·         J. Crew – 15% off in-store purchases

·         The Limited – 15% off in-store purchases

·         Levi’s – 15% off online orders (with UNiDAYS )

·         Banana Republic – 15% off in-store purchases

·         Topshop – 10% off

·         Dockers – 20% off full-priced and sale merchandise (with UNiDAYS )

·         ModCloth – 15% off (with UNiDAYS )

·         Medelita – 15% off scrubs and other hospital attire

·         Oasis – 15% off purchases

·         Club Monaco – 20% off entire purchase (both regular and sale items)

·         Original Penguin – 15% off full priced merchandise (my personal favorite)

·         Kenneth Cole – 20% off full priced, in-store purchases

And for those of you who are still extra thrifty when it comes to buying clothes, even the Goodwill gives a 10% discount to students who present their student ID at the time of purchase.   Know of any stores that I did not include?  If so, leave a comment, I’d love to add to my list.   Keep an eye out for my next blog on completely random but still awesome uses for you student discount.

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