When it comes to discounts, Canada’s good for taking care of their seniors and their students. It’s great for students in particular because they tend to have less disposable income than other demographics, so any time they can save a dollar, it helps. Subscriptions may not immediately jump out as a place where students can save money, but take it from us; there are dollars to be saved on student subscriptions.
GoodLife doesn’t have a traditional student discount. They offer a teen-fitness program over the summer. Any student between 12-17 has free access to any GoodLife location up till 4:00 p.m. any day of the week. So while it’s not all year round, free is pretty good. Learn more about the true cost of your GoodLife membership.
Another freebie for students. Microsoft offers Office 365 free of charge to full-time students. It should be known that educators are also eligible to receive this discount.
For its digital subscription, Globe and Mail offers post-secondary students reduced prices to read its news.
Students can enjoy unlimited access to the AGO for a $45 yearly membership.
Learn more about the benefits of an AGO membership.
This is an interesting one. If you sign up to be a Dance Break member, which is free, you get access to discounts of up to 83% on ballet tickets. The only prerequisite is that you must be between 16-29.
This is a big one. Students get 50% off their Amazon Prime subscription. As if anyone needs more reason to shop on Amazon.