Student Discounts Help Cut the Cost of College

Consider the perks of being a student: You can sleep late; enjoy random days off; and find a whole new flock of friends.

On the other hand, college students also suffer through hours of stressful studying, droning professors and crushing debt. In fact, for the first time in history, student-loan debt outpaced credit card debt, nearing $1 trillion as the 2010 school year begins.

But let's get back to those perks. Retailers and the service industry aren't ignoring your plight. Instead, they're offering more student deals than ever before. Here are just a few of the 81 student discounts you'll find on

1. Norton Software
College students save up to 50-percent off such products as Norton AntiVirus 2011 (for PCs and Macs), Norton Utilities, and Norton 360 Version 5.0.

2. GM
College students and recent grads can save thousands of dollars on eligible Buicks, Chevies or GMC vehicles. According to GM, they offer the best college discount of any car company.

3. Geico
Full-time students between the ages of 16 and 25 receive a 15-percent discount on qualified coverages. In most states, you must have at least a "B" average to qualify.

4. CorePower Yoga
College is stressful (did you see those loan stats above?), so CorePower Yoga wants to help you relax. Full-time students receive $100 off a three-month unlimited membership, or $30 off 10 classes. CorePower Yoga studios are found across the country.

5. AT&T
The major cell-phone providers all offer decent deals, but AT&T has the best. Students at participating schools can save up to 10 percent off their monthly bill.

6. Sam's Club
Living with a six-pack of roommates is just one of those college perks we mentioned. The biggest asset is that you can pool your cash and buy in bulk. The Sam's Club Collegiate Membership allows you to do so for just $40 per year, which includes a $15 gift card. is one of four websites operating under the brand name and serves a marketplace to buy and sell gift cards online. Other members of The Frugals family include, and

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