Student discounts Stories March 16, 2015

Now that all the Apple Watch details are laid out for consumers, there is a big choice to be made for those interested in purchasing a timepiece with smart functionality. The Apple Watch will start at $349, with most of our readers electing for a $400 model, although early adoption levels seem to be low. If you’re thinking that a lower priced watch is more appropriate, it looks like you’re not alone. With the Pebble Time making a timely appearance on Kickstarter, many have chosen to back the lower priced option. In fact, following the Apple Watch keynote, Pebble saw a 167% funding increase.

Despite all the new releases and hype, the original Pebble is still capable of getting the job done at a more affordable price.

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Student discounts Stories March 12, 2015

expiredBest Buy 1 Day Sale: iPad mini 3 16GB WiFi $340, iMac w/ 5K display $2,250 w/ .edu, more

Best Buy is having a one day sale, offering discounts on a variety of technology products such as Apple iPads and computers, as well as printers, displays and audio equipment. Best Buy offers free shipping on orders of $35 or more and free in-store pickup on all orders. Aditionally, you can save even more if you have access to a .edu email.

We’ve scoured through the sale and picked out some of our favorite deals:

Looking for more Apple deals? Best Buy also has substantial savings on Apple MacBook Pro and Air. Apple also recently reduced the price on a number of refurbished products.

Student discounts Stories February 25, 2015

Microsoft announces free Office 365 for students and teachers worldwide, includes at home downloads of software

Good news coming down the pipeline for students and teachers this week: Microsoft has announced that they will be offering a free Office 365 subscription to anyone, worldwide, with an eligible email address. This includes a 1TB OneDrive allotment and free download of Microsoft Office software on up to five PCs or Macs and five mobile devices (iOS, Android and Windows). Previously, this was offered in the United States but has since expanded to the rest of the world.

A personal subscription typically retails for $9.99/month or $99/year, so this has some nice savings potential. This is big news on the iOS side of things, previously a subscription was required to get the full benefits of the app, something that has been much discussed since its initial release.

To check your eligibility (or your child’s), head over to the student account page, likewise for teachers. After entering your school provided email address, you’ll receive a confirmation email with details on finalizing your subscription and download links to grab the software. The main requirement is for your educational institution to have previously purchased Microsoft Office, if you are a user at school then you’ll likely be eligible for this deal.

Not eligible for free Office 365? Qualifying tablets from Best Buy now include a Office 365 subscription or you can grab via this HP Stream deal from Microsoft. Dropbox users still have the opportunity to add quite a bit of OneDrive storage for free.

We’ve also rounded up the best student discounts on electronics, food, games and more.

Student discounts Stories January 23, 2015

The best student discounts: save at Apple, Best Buy, J.Crew and dozens of other national retailers

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Life as a student can be a struggle, from trying to keep up with your classes to working at a part-time job. Don’t forget about your girlfriend or those student loans weighing over your head as well. The good news: we’re here to help put a couple bucks back in your pocket so you don’t have to settle for cheap beer this weekend…

9to5Toys has scoured the internet looking for some of the best discounts available to students and rounded them up. Below we’ve got details on potential savings at Apple, Amazon, Eddie Bauer, J. Crew and more. You probably had no idea that you’ve been missing out on those discounted burritos.

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Student discounts Stories November 3, 2013

Google Chromecast $30 + free shipping for shoppers w/ .edu email account (Reg. $35)

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Now that Google has finally caught up with demand for the Chromecast we’re getting one of the first real discounts on this nifty media player. Anyone with a valid .edu email address is eligible to purchase a Chromecast for $29.99 with free shipping from Best Buy. The Chromcast will wirelessly beam movies, music, web content and more from Android, iOS, Mac and PC devices to any HDTV via a WiFi connection. As of right now the Chromecast supports Google Play, YouTube, Netflix, and just recently added compatibility with Pandora and Hulu Plus. Initial Best Buy deal ends 11/24. For those of you without a .edu email address, your best bet for a Chromecast is at Amazon thanks to Prime benefits, potential tax savings, and a no-hassle return policy.

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