8 Things You Can Get For Free Or At A Discount If You Have An Ontario Student ID

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8 Things You Can Get For Free Or At A Discount If You Have An Ontario Student ID

8 Things You Can Get For Free Or At A Discount If ...

While being in post-secondary school can get pricy, there are tons of Ontario student discounts that you can cash in on.

You can nab everything from free stuff to percentages off just by showing proof that you're in school. If you're living on a student salary, these deals can be life-saving.


Discount: A free subscription to Office 365

If you want to score with your student ID, this program is free and includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Microsoft Teams and other classroom tools.

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Bulk Barn

Discount: 10% off every Wednesday

Students and seniors can collect savings on all regular-priced products once a week. Just make sure to bring in your student ID.

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Club Monaco

Discount: 15% off

College students can collect 15% off and free shipping on full-priced orders and merchandise sales.

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Discount: Free admission on Wednesday

Full-time post-secondary students in Canada get in free to the museum once a week when it reopens.

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Discount: Reduced price for a TTC monthly pass

If you're a student, the monthly pass, which allows unlimited travel, costs $128.15 as opposed to $156.

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GO Transit

Discount: Reduced fare prices

Post-secondary students get up to 22.5% off the full adult fare if they apply for a student pass.

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Discount: A free subscription to Apple TV+

You can nab a free subscription to Apple TV+ if you sign up for Apple Music Student Plan. You can also access reduced student pricing on some of their items.

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Discount: 60% discount on Adobe Creative Cloud

Students and teachers get access to Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro and more.

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Patrick John Gilson
Toronto Staff Writer
Patrick John Gilson is a Staff Writer for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Ontario gas prices and is based in Toronto, Ontario.