With the school year starting, a variety of businesses, local and corporate, offer discounts to students with a valid ID or email.
“Last semester I went to Hashi every week with a friend on student nights for friend dates,” said Hattie Johnson Senior Pyschology major from Abilene.
Rosa’s: New taco Tuesdays requires no student ID and for just 4.39 you can get 3 beef or chicken, crispy or soft tacos plus rice and beans, all day every Tuesday. There is also still the 10% discount or free bean and cheese taco with a student ID.
Hashi on EN 10th Street used to offer 10% off all orders on Mondays, but now offer twice the meat for the price of a normal meal with a student ID.
Cinemark Abilene and XD sells tickets for a discounted price of $5.50 on Tuesday nights. Regular price tickets are $8.75.
Wingstop offers 15% off of all combos from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday with an ID. Pizza by Design also offers 10% off with a student ID.
Through September 3, Dirt Cheap will offer students 10% off with an ID. Dirt Cheap opened this summer at the intersection of EN 10th Street and Judge Ely.
Nikki’s Frozen Yogurt offers 10% off with a student ID.
An app called UNiDAYS shows student discounts for in store purchases as well as online shopping and freebies through emails new promo deals and limited time offers to student email addresses. The app makes it easy to explore different categories to look at discounts in areas such as food, fashion, beauty, tech and more.
Amazon offers six months of Prime free with an “edu” email. Following the six month period, the price drops from $99 per year to $49 per year. Additionally, Spotify reduces the price of a subscription to $4.99 from $9.99 with a school email. Spotify has also partnered with Hulu to offer students both services for the same price of $4.99 per month.
Apple Music: Get first 3 months free.
Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Cloud are free with an ACU student email and can be downloaded any time. Last year, ACU partnered with Adobe to offer graduates Creative Cloud for a reduced rate.
The Wall Street Journal and New York Times also offer students digital access for $1 a week.