Life is expensive but a school ID can make it hurt a little less. Enjoy student discounts at a variety of stores and restaurants around San Antonio. We tried to get the most up to date information but be sure to call before you go. And if a business you like is not on the list, just ask them!
Read more below for the best student discounts in San Antonio:
Bucca di Beppo– You can get 10% off of your favorite Italian dishes at participating locations when you show a valid Student ID.
Buffalo Wild Wings– Students of designated Universities get a special deal. For every $5 BWW purchase, receive a free shareable! Check their list of associated colleges here.
Dunkin Donuts– Get 10% off with a Student ID at participating locations.
Subway– Participating locations offer 10% off when you show a valid student ID.
Taco Bell– Get a 10% student discount with your school ID at participating locations.
Taco Cabana– Just bring your valid student ID and you can get a student discount every single day!
Qdoba– Each location offers their own student discounts. Just show your ID and ask what’s on special.
Apple– All Mac models have special pricing for educators and students! Just bring your student ID.
Best Buy– Best Buy offers exclusive student discounts all year long. All you have to do is sign up for their Rewards Program, then sign up for student deals and the offers will come directly to you!
Lenovo– Shop online and get special deals on laptops. You’ll get free shipping and 5% off!
Microsoft– Students and parents of students can get up to 10% off on select products.
Panasonic– If your student is in the market for a Panasonic product, they can now get 10% off!
Alamo Drafthouse– Kids and students all get $3 off the price of admission. Just bring your school ID and purchase your tickets at the box office to enjoy this student discount.
McNay Art Museum– This local museum is free for kids 19 and under every day. Admission for college students who are 20+ is just $5.
Regal Cinemas– Each location offers their own student discounts so call before you go.
San Antonio Museum of Art– Every day of the week, students get an $8 discount. Just show your ID at reception and get in for $12!
San Antonio Symphony– Free tickets to the symphony are available to all students in Bexar County Public Schools in middle or high school. The tickets must be reserved for groups of 20 or more.
Spotify– With Spotify, students can now get Spotify Premium, Hulu, and Showtime for just $0.99 for the first 3 months, and just $4.99 each month after.
Texas State Aquarium– Bring your Student ID for $2 off admission at the gate.
Top Golf– At participating locations, Wednesday nights are for college students! From 8- 11 pm, $15 gets you unlimited game play plus food and drink specials.
ASOS– Join and receive your own, unique student discount code which you can use at stores nationwide until you graduate!
Banana Republic– Get up to 15% off with this student discount by presenting your school ID. The deal is only good for full-priced items.
J. Crew– Shop in store and show a valid student ID at check out to get 15% off.
Madewell– This women’s clothing store offers discounts for students with a valid ID. Just shop in store, show your student ID at check out, and get 15% off.
EVEN MORE DEALS
VIA– At many locations around San Antonio, students can take advantage of reduced fares. Monday through Friday, fares are just 25 cents per trip during the hours of 9 am- 3 pm. See all of their offers here.
Lifetime Fitness– This gym offers a variety of options, all with special student discounts.
Prime Student– Amazon offers a special program for college students. Join, prove you are eligible, and you can receive discounts on just about everything.
What other student discounts in San Antonio are you aware of? Tell us in the comments below:
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