There aren’t a lot of college students who are flush with cash. But that doesn’t change the fact that everybody needs to take a break from the books once in a while. Luckily, streaming services like Spotify, Amazon and more offer student discounts to people enrolled in a college or university.
These movie, TV and music services offer student pricing
Signing up for Amazon Prime Student will get you a six-month trial courtesy of Sprint, for new members only.
Price: When the trial runs out, Prime Student is just $6.49/month. Cancel anytime.
The streaming service is offering the first three months free as part of a trial.
Price: After the trial ends, students pay $4.99 a month. Apple also offers student pricing on its Macbook and iPad.
Students who are football fans will love NFL Sunday Ticket U, where they can see all the games.
Price: $24.99 for four months.
Spotify Premium + Hulu
The music streaming service offers students Spotify Premium, which comes with Hulu Limited Commercials (regularly $7.99). Restrictions are that you must pay for your Spotify subscription directly to them and not through a third party. Additionally, you must be a new or returning Hulu subscriber.
Price: Only $4.99/month for both. You can cancel anytime.
BONUS: Get Microsoft Office 365 for free
It may not be a streaming platform, but if you’re a full-time or part-time student, or even faculty member at a university, Microsoft offers Office 365 for free. All you need is a school email address and to be of legal age to sign up for an online offer.
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