Freebies for college students are everywhere, but finding them can be time-consuming and frustrating.
That’s why I’ve done the groundwork for you and compiled the below list of 20 freebies for college students! Scroll down to find the topic that interests you, click the link, and follow the steps to get your goodies – it’s that simple.
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Cash Back and Free Shipping
Ebates – Get cash back on your online purchases, and earn $10 after your first eligible purchase of $25 or more (Trust me, this money adds up!)
Ibotta – Purchase items, scan your receipt (or shop online via the app), and get cash back! This is a personal favorite of mine and it’s SO easy to use.
Amazon Prime Student: FREE Two-Day Shipping for College Students – Order textbooks, school supplies, and everything else imaginable.
Grammarly: Proofreader, Plagiarism Checker and Grammar Checker
Microsoft Office 365 (includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and other resources)
Autodesk (access to software for all types of projects)
You Need a Budget (YNAB) personal budgeting software (free for 12 months – write to email@example.com with proof of enrollment)
Printable Assignment Tracker by Keeping Up With Keir
Student Planner Pages
Studying and Getting Good Grades
Freebies for College Students: Other Possibilities
A lot of local businesses, especially those around your campus, will mostly likely offer college student discounts (some even offer free drinks or desserts).
Oftentimes, these discounts are not advertised, so you’ll need to either ask the business when you visit if they have any offers for college students, or your school may have a list on-hand somewhere (just don’t forget to bring your student ID)!
There are also a ton of other freebies for college students available online in the form of printables, courses, and so on. A quick search on Pinterest or Google should pull up a ton of results!
And if you find any good ones that you think would be helpful for others to know about, please include them in the comments below 🙂