An Emerson student ID card is your passport to all the Boston has to offer! Many businesses, arts and culture organizations, and restaurants around the city will offer you free or discounted products and services just for being an Emerson student. Awesome!
But how do you know what your card can do? Look no further. We’ve compiled the definitive list of Emerson student ID card benefits right here.
DEALS FOR EMERSON STUDENTS:
Emerson students get free admission to the MFA when they show a valid student ID. Students also get $5 tickets to regularly-priced films and 10% off in the Museum Shops.
This super-cool, unique museum is a jewel in Boston’s cultural crown and a must-see destination while you’re here. With your student ID, you get a huge number of benefits, including free general admission, discounts on gallery tours, free tickets to select public events, and 15% off rental events at the museum.
Emerson students get free rush tickets (one per person) to any ArtsEmerson theatre performances, film screenings, or concerts by showing an Emerson ID at the box office up to two hours before an event.
If you want to snag a ticket in advance, Emerson students also get up to two $10 advance tickets to any ArtsEmerson production. Additional tickets come with a 30% discount.
You’ll continue to get 30% off ArtsEmerson tickets after you graduate with the alumni discount!
Emerson students have access to FREE software for personal use during their studies. Click the link to get instructions for downloading Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Cloud, and Final Cut Pro X.
DEALS FOR ALL STUDENTS:
Sports & Other Fun Stuff
AMC Loews Boston Common 19
We basically have a movie theater on campus, nbd. With your student card, you get $7 tickets on Thursdays (compared to $12.75 full price).
Skywalk Observatory at the Prudential Center
Soak in the views from the top of the Pru for $13 (a $3 discount).
Students get 50% off a Spotify Premium account.
The Frog Pond in Boston Common offers half-price skating for students with a valid ID card every Tuesday from mid-November to mid-March.
You get $2 off a full-price ticket with your student ID, plus $2 off any standard presentations in the IMAX theater. Tickets have to be purchased in-person at the aquarium.
Students who sign up on MLB.com can get $9 Red Sox tickets and other special offers. Wicked!
The Celtics have an exclusive last-minute ticket deal for college students in Boston. Click for all the details.
Student Nights at the TD Garden mean discounted tickets for select Bruins home games. Check the schedule for full details.
Students save $25/month on the unlimited Black Tag membership and $40 off a ten class package.
Students save big on The New England Pass for access to skiing at Sunday River, Sugarloaf, and Loon Mountain all winter long.
If you have a Boston Public Library card, you can borrow one-day free or discounted passes to museums and attractions such as the USS Constitution Museum, the New England Aquarium, the Museum of Science, and the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum.
Save $3 off the full price ticket with your student card, plus an extra dollar or so if you book online!
Harvard Museum of Natural History and Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
Non-Harvard students save $2 off the ticket price.
Students can get $10 tickets any time, and everyone gets in for free every Thursday from 5-9pm.
The JFK Library offers $12 tickets for students.
The museum offers $5 tickets for students every day, as well as free admission for everyone on the last Sunday of every month from September to June.
Tickets for students are just $5!
The Celebrity Series offers two options for students: advance tickets for selected performances and Student Rush tickets that can be purchased from the box office for cash only on the day of a performance.
The schedule of selected performance is on their website, or you can call the box office before you go.
Student discounts vary by performance, but they keep their website up to date with the latest offers.
BCMS offers a range of student discounts depending on the performance venue. See their website or call the box office for full details.
Both offer $10 tickets for students at the box office up to 90 minutes before each show.
$25 Advance Student Tickets are available online or over the phone.
$30 advance purchase tickets are available for students, subject to availability, by calling the box office, and $20 student rush tickets are available 90 minutes before each performance in person at the box office. Groups of 10 or more students can save another $2 each, and students also save 50% on a season subscription
$20 tickets are available for full-time students under age 25. A limited number of unrestricted $25 tickets are also available for every performance.
Students in degree-granting programs can get $10 student rush tickets, subject to availability, up to 30 minutes before each performance.
Subject to availability, $15 student rush tickets go on sale up to one hour before the performance.
Students get $10 tickets all day, every day.
Full time students with a valid ID can purchase advance tickets for $25 for any performance. Available only in person or by phone.
Student rush tickets are also available for $15 by phone or in person.
Student Memberships are also available for $10 (must be purchased in person). Student members get rush prices ($15) in advance.
The Blue Man Group offers $30 student rush tickets (two per person, cash only) up to an hour before showtime.
$25 rush tickets are available, but policies vary by show. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for updates.
Full time students with valid ID are eligible for $25 (cash only) in person at the box office. The Nutcracker does not have rush tickets available.
You can also purchase a Student Subscription for $25 per performance.
If weekends in the Big Apple are your thing, you’ll definitely want to take advantage of student discounts at ALL of the Lincoln Center venues, including the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Ballet, and the Lincoln Center Theatre.
Eat & Drink
Many restaurants in Boston have unadvertised student discounts (usually 10% off). When you ask for the check, see if they have a student discount and be prepared to show your ID card!
Yep, your daily (hourly?) caffeine fix now comes with a 10% discount.
Get a free soft drink with the purchase of any meal by showing your student card. Sweet!
McDonald’s, Burger King, Arby’s, and Subway
Nurse that hangover with 10% off any purchase.
bFresh Grocery Stores
Show your student ID to get 5% off your grocery bill.
Boston Common Coffee Co.
10% off for students with valid ID.
Students receive a 10% discount on trips to and from the airport.
Get $10 or 10% off your oil change when you show your student card.
Madewell, J. Crew, Banana Republic, The Limited, Brooks Brothers, Levi’s, Ann Taylor, LOFT, and Kate Spade
Show your student card for a 15% discount.
Eastern Mountain Sports, Dockers, and Club Monaco
Show your student card for a 20% discount.
Get a 10% discount with your student card.
Become a true bargain shopper and support a good cause by shopping at Goodwill on Tuesdays: you’ll get 20% off any purchase with a student ID.
Free shipping for students!
Did you know that students get a free 6-month trial of Amazon Prime, and then half off the regular membership price? Now you do.
Apple offers education pricing, including $200 off a new Mac for students.
As an Emerson student, you already get free Microsoft Office software, but you can also get 10% off Windows devices with your student ID.
HP Academy offers savings of up to 20% on HP products, free shipping on all orders, and personalized product recommendations for students.
Students get a $100 gift card on all systems over $499 with a valid .edu email address.
Huge savings for students available on Norton’s Basic, Standard, Deluxe, and Wifi Privacy packages.
Sign up on their website with your emerson.edu email address to get exclusive coupons and sales sent to your inbox.
Many insurance agencies, including StateFarm, Travelers, Allstate, and Geico offer discounts for full-time students with at least a B average. Different terms and conditions (including age caps) apply, so be sure to check the fine print for each.
Most of the major mobile phone brands, including Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Cricket offer some kind of discount for students. Call them and speak to a customer service rep to get the best deals!
30% off documents and 20% off shipping – sweet!
Rock-bottom rates for students, including: $1.00/week for Basic Access, $1.50/week for an All Access digital subscription (includes the crossword puzzle), and $4.75/week for home delivery plus full digital access.
Amazing student rates of $15 for 15 weeks, and then $49 for a full year (50% off the normal subscription price) after that.
Look oh-so-professional with artsy business cards from MOO at 15% off!
You won’t need a car if you live in Boston, but if your commute is a little farther, you might want to take advantage of Chevy’s College Program. Check out the website to get all the details and generate an exclusive discount code.