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.
As you look over these options, please note that the devil is often in the details (Spotify doesn’t include Hulu live TV but on-demand content) among other things. Whether you watch a little TV or a ginormous amount of programming, one of these student discounts may just fit your fancy.
4 of the best streaming discounts for college students
Here are some movie and TV streaming discounts for college students.
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 + Showtime
The music streaming service offers students Spotify Premium, which comes with Hulu Limited Commercials (regularly $7.99) and as of late August 2018, students also get Showtime for free as part of the deal. 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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