Stores that offer discounts to students and teachers

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At certain stores, shoppers can get up to 25 percent off clothing, accessories, dorm items, books and more, simply by flashing a school ID. Here's a look at some stores that give teachers and students a special discount.

Amazon

Amazon offers students Prime Student memberships, a six-month
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Amazon offers students Prime Student memberships, a six-month trail that includes free two-day shipping and discounted Prime deals.

Spotify

Spotify offers a premium service for $4.99 for
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Spotify offers a premium service for $4.99 for students.

Amtrak

Students ages 13-25 with a valid student ID
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Students ages 13-25 with a valid student ID are eligible for 15 percent off the lowest Value Fare or Flexible Fare when booking at least 3 days in advance at Amtrak.

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Apple

The Apple Store for Education can help college
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The Apple Store for Education can help college students, teachers and parents save money on various products. Students can access Apple music for $4.99 a month.

Barnes and Noble

Join Barnes and Noble's Educator Program to receive
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Join Barnes and Noble's Educator Program to receive special teacher discounts including 20-percent off items for classroom use, 25-percent off during special Educator Appreciation Days and special teacher coupons. Teachers must be able to present a recent pay stub and photo ID. Discount is only valid for those who teach grades K-12.

Museum of Modern Art

The MoMA offers full-time students with a valid
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The MoMA offers full-time students with a valid college ID admission for $14. The MoMA PS1 in Queens is free for all NYC residents and $5 for full-time students with valid college ID.

TOPSHOP

TOPSHOP offers a 20 percent discount with a
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TOPSHOP offers a 20 percent discount with a valid student ID.

A.C. Moore

With a valid school ID, receive 15 percent
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With a valid school ID, receive 15 percent off total sale and regular priced items at A.C. Moore.

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Madewell

Madewell offers all teachers and college students a
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Madewell offers all teachers and college students a 15-percent discount. Must present a valid school ID, not valid for online purchases.

Greyhound

Students can get 10 percent off Greyhound trips
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Students can get 10 percent off Greyhound trips and 40 percent off shipping with the Student Advantage Discount Card.

Allstate

Single, full-time students under age 25 can save
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Single, full-time students under age 25 can save up to 20 percent on auto insurance with the Good Grades discount at Allstate.

Carnegie Hall

With a valid ID, students can receive up
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With a valid ID, students can receive up to two $10 tickets on select Carnegie Hall presentations.

ASOS

Students can save 10-percent off their purchase at
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Students can save 10-percent off their purchase at ASOS by signing up for UNiDAYS, a free discount service for college students.

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Microsoft

Microsoft offers a variety of special deals including
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Microsoft offers a variety of special deals including free Office 365 and discounts on various tech products for students and teachers.

Banana Republic

Banana Republic offers a 15-percent discount to students
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Banana Republic offers a 15-percent discount to students and teachers year-round. Students and teachers must present a valid school ID. Discount is only accepted on full-price items and excludes Heritage brand items.

FedEx

At FedEx, students can save 30 percent on
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At FedEx, students can save 30 percent on a document with FedEx Envelop/Pak and 20 percent on a package with FedEx IP service with a student ID card.

Ann Taylor

Ann Taylor offers a 15-percent discount to students
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Ann Taylor offers a 15-percent discount to students year-round. Students must present a valid school ID.

J.Crew

J.Crew offers a 15-percent discount to students and
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J.Crew offers a 15-percent discount to students and teachers year-round. Students and teachers must present a valid school ID.

Best Buy

Best Buy offers special discounts to college students
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Best Buy offers special discounts to college students who register for their college deals program. Students must provide a valid school email to receive discount.

Geico

Full-time students under 25 with good academic standing
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Full-time students under 25 with good academic standing can receive up to a 15 percent discount on various coverages at Geico.

Aerosoles

Aerosoles offers a 15-percent discount to teachers year-round.
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Aerosoles offers a 15-percent discount to teachers year-round. Teachers must present a valid school ID or a pay stub.

Club Monaco

Club Monaco offers a 20-percent discount to college
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Club Monaco offers a 20-percent discount to college students. Discount can be used in stores or online with promo code sent after registering at clubmonaco.com.

Jo-Ann Fabric

The Joann Teacher Rewards program allows teachers with
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The Joann Teacher Rewards program allows teachers with a valid teacher identification and state issued photo ID to save 15 percent on every purchase.

State Farm

Students under 25 can save up to 25
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Students under 25 can save up to 25 percent on auto insurance at State Farm.

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