College students need all the help they can get. Whether it is increased cost of dorms or textbooks that tip the pricing scale, student seemingly canâ€™t catch a bre...
College students need all the help they can get. Whether it is increased cost of dorms or textbooks that tip the pricing scale, student seemingly canâ€™t catch a break.
Enter StudentAdvantage.com and suddenly the burden of that backpack is lessened. Student Advantage is a discount program geared especially for college students. Customers who choose to sign up with Student Advantage can save hundreds on well-known retailers â€“ be it in person or online.
As savvy as college students need to be â€“ coupled with their busy schedules - the online savings portal seems to be the best choice. All the major players are accounted for, whether that is Target, T-Mobile, Foot Locker or Armani Exchange.
Gadgets and garments are one thing but Student Advantage also throws in some much-needed practicality. Book Renter on the list is a big advantage for students; theyâ€™re a discount textbook company. Lenovo also is a major player and electronic powerhouse that provides discounts on laptops and desktop computers.
Students living on campus probably feel a little home sick but the price of airfare or bus tickets really turns stomachs. Greyhound Bus partnered with Student Advantage and gives college students 20% off a bus ticket. Students who opt to join are rewarded right up front with $10 back on their first purchase.
Parents can get in the act, too. Student Advantage hasnâ€™t forgotten about mom and dad and throws discounts their way, including 10% off Target.com and that same mark-down at 1800-Flowers.
College comes with a high price tag â€“ between tuition, housing and, of course, books â€“ but that doesnâ€™t mean everything else also has to be expensive.
Student Advantage identifies the plight that plagues most college students who are forced to eat Ramen Noodles and barely have enough cash to buy a movie ticket. Student Advantage seeks to help the proverbial â€œpoorâ€ student enjoy the college life at little more.