By Olivia Angerosa – 1851 Staff
We all enjoy a little extra savings, but to college students it’s even more important to save money wherever you can. Check out these great student deals in the Boston area to help you save cash on your next night out. Note that all discounts are applied when showing a valid college student ID.
FiRE+iCE College Night:
On Monday nights, college students are able to enjoy an unlimited buffet for $10.99. The buffet experience at FiRE+iCE is unlike any other, allowing you to choose the freshest ingredients and have your meal cooked to order right in front of you on the restaurant’s hibachi-style grill. Within walking distance of Newbury Street and the Boston Public Library, FiRE+iCE is located at 205 Berkeley Street in Boston.
Margaritas Mexican Restaurant:
Margaritas is already a Lasell hotspot on Thursday nights, so make sure to take advantage of the College Night deal. Every Thursday, college students can save 10 percent on any entrée when showing a valid college ID. Margaritas is located at 211 Moody Street in Waltham.
The Shops at Prudential Center offers plenty of stores that provide student discounts. Madewell, Kate Spade, Club Monaco, and Vineyard Vines all offer 15 percent off your purchase. In addition, Escape Salon Aveda offers 15 percent off all hair services.
Students have the luxury of free admission to the Museum of Fine Arts 7 days a week. The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is only $5 for students, while normal admission is typically $15.
Red Sox #Student9s Tickets:
The beginning of spring ensures that baseball season is approaching. Through one of the Red Sox’s latest offers, #Student9s, standing room only tickets are available for $9. Visit redsox.com to view ticket details.
Moviegoers now no longer have to waste their entire paycheck on a night out to the movies. Monday through Thursday, Kendall Square Cinema offers $9 tickets to students. AMC Loews Boston Common 19 offers a similar deal for students, charging $7 a ticket on Thursdays.
Apple Music and Spotify:
Although this isn’t a Boston based discount, students can enjoy premium services from Apple Music and Spotify for $4.99 a month. Through the student discount-based website MyUnidays, students are able to sign up to start paying half price to stream your favorite tunes.