While you're stocking up on back-to-school gadgets and dorm-room accessories, don't sleep on all the sweet student discounts you can get for your online subscriptions. From Amazon Prime to Spotify Premium, check out this roundup of the best deals on the internet.
Amazon Prime Student
If you're a college student new to Prime Student, you can sign up for a free six-month trial, after which you'll be charged $6.49 per month. You'll get free two-day shipping, access to all Prime movies and TV content, and the rest of the Amazon Prime works.
If you're already a Prime Student member, you can add Amazon Music Unlimited to your membership for $0.99 a month and get access to over 50 million songs, as well as thousands of curated playlists and stations.
Adobe Creative Cloud
For $19.99 a month, you can access over 20 apps, including Photoshop, Illustrator, Adobe Premiere Rush, and InDesign. Students get 60% off the normal Cloud price for the first year, and then only have to pay $29.99/month after that, which is pretty sweet.
Spotify Premium For Students
College students who haven't yet tried Apple Music get a free six-month subscription, with a discounted rate of $4.99/month afterward.
New York Times Digital Subscription
Students who are new to Audible can get a subscription for $9.95 per month, which gives you access to three audiobooks every month.
Students can pay $0.99 for Tidal Premium or $1.99 for Tidal HiFi for the first four months, followed by 50% off per month for $4.99 and $9.99 per month, respectively.
Instead of paying $95.88 per year for the meditation app, students just have to pay $9.99. Yes, you read that right.
Students can pay $4/month — 69% off the regular price of $12.99 — to stream SiriusXM in the car, on their phones, or on smart home devices.