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Student Discounts!


There are some GREAT student discounts around.  Here are the ones I know about.  If you know of more please email me and I'll add it to the post.

Smiths: 5% off!   Go to the customer service desk and show them your Student ID card.  They will give you a card to use (or you can use your phone #) You will STILL get Rewards points, so that's 10% off!.....(eventually)
Sadly not all locations participate (thanks Darci!)

Sunflower Market: 20% off on Thursdays.  Bring in your student ID card.

AT&T:  Go here and enter your student email address to see if your eligible.

Jewish Community Center: Students can get in for $33 a month.  Call 801-581-0098 x105.  Go here for their website.

Apple Store:  Go here to see if your eligible.

I contacted Whole Foods and Fresh Market and they are currently not giving student discounts.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Not all Smith's locations do the student discount. I know the Smith's Marketplace in Lehi does not. They are aware there that other locations do, but they don't participate. I know the downtown SLC Marketplace does (We used to live near there and it was the greatest discount ever. Then we moved to Highland and are so sad we can't get the same discount here. I'm not sure if it needs to be a location somewhat close to a university?). Can I ask which Smith's you get your discount at?
Thx, Darci
Audrey said…
I got mine at the 9th & 9th Smiths. Thank you for letting me know! I updated the post.

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