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Places Offering Student Discounts in Washington

Score bargains on clothing, theater, gym memberships, and more.

Snag student discounts at these spots around town. Image via Shutterstock.

Between books, groceries, and those late-night pizza cravings, the contents of a typical collegiate bank account can be more depressing than a failed midterm or an empty keg. Luckily student discounts can be found at multiple retailers, museums, and theaters around DC with a valid student ID.

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Ann Taylor: 20 percent discount on full price items in stores

Banana Republic: 15 percent discount on full-price items in stores

Club Monaco: 20 percent discount in stores and online

Eastern Mountain Sports: 20 percent off EMS brand items and 15 percent off national brand items

J.Crew: 15 percent discount for college students in stores

Madewell: 15 percent discount for college students in stores


Amazon Prime: 50 percent discount on six-month subscription

Apple: $200 discount on a new Mac/$100 app store gift card with a new Mac; $50 for a new iPad or iPhone; latter offer expires 9/6

Microsoft: Student pricing on software, PCs, and accessories

Movie Theaters

AMC: All day Thursday, $9.25 student tickets at AMC Georgetown and Loews theaters

Regal Cinemas: $11 student tickets


Madame Tussauds: 15 percent discount on admission (regular $21.50)

Newseum: $17.95 student tickets (regular $21.95)

Phillips Collection: $10 ticketed exhibitions (regular $12)

Performing Arts

Kennedy Center: Limited number of half-price tickets for select performances

National Theatre: Limited number of half-price tickets for Tuesday and Wednesday evening performances and Sunday matinees

Wolf Trap: 50 percent off in-house ticket for college students, subject to availability; check with box office a half hour before showtime

Health and Fitness

CorePower Yoga: $109 a month (reg $135) or $15 drop-in (regular $20)

Washington Sports Clubs: $19.99 a month single-club membership (regular $59.99 to $74.99); offer expires 8/31

Newspaper Subscriptions

New York Times: 50 percent discount on any digital subscription

Wall Street Journal: $15 for a 15-week print and online subscription

  • Hoyagal

    Alex and Ani Georgetown. 3068 M St, offers a 10% student discount!

  • Julie

    Arena Stage has student discounts and Pay-Your-Age tickets. Great regional theater!

  • Steven

    Woolly Mammoth Theatre also has $20 student Tickets. Awesome deal for really good plays.

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