The SelfScore Student Coupon Book

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We searched the Internet far and wide for the best deals for students — not just 10% off here or $20 off there — but major value that can save students hundreds of dollars per month.

Apple saves students up to $200 on a new Mac. If you’re in the market for a new computer, that brings what is arguably the best laptop in the world down to PC prices.

But if you must go the PC route, Dell University offers unbelievable deals for students, including free TVs and tablets with every large purchase.

Adobe offers its powerful Creative Cloud suite — including PhotoShop, InDesign, and Muse which is a user-friendly web development app — at a massive 60% discount to students and teachers. These are all the tools you need to build beautiful web-ready content.

Amazon Prime is available for free for 6 months if you’re a student. After 6 months, your Prime membership is still 50% off. That means free 2-day shipping (occasionally same-day), discounts on bulk orders, and access to all movies and TV shows on Prime Video. Prime is a major value and the best way to use the ultimate online shopping site in the US.

Lenovo is offering up to 68% off selected items through the end of September. Their ThinkPad series produces what are arguably the best PC laptops on the market.

Planning to travel inside (or outside) the US? Always make sure to check student discounts at sites like Student Universe, Travelosophy, Student Traveler, and STA Travel before booking your next trip.

Spotify offers students 50% off their subscription service. That’s $4.99 a month for unlimited streaming music without ads.

LastPass is a safe, convenient online security suite that stores your passwords (and periodically changes them for you) for every site you visit online. With online data breaches growing increasingly common, it’s time to take care of your sensitive info. Now students can try 6 months of LastPass Premium for free.

Those are just the prime deals that we found for students. Check out more at The Simple Dollar, Business Insider, and Retail Me Not. Happy savings, everyone!