The University Network (TUN) has a full-time staff that updates its list of coupons to keep them current, and the company publishes standing student discounts as well as seasonal sales, CEO Peter Corrigan says.Even more helpful, perhaps, is the exhaustive list of discounts offered by small companies collected by the website.In addition, the riders usually pay Zimride directly, so no cash changes hands.

Even so, be aware that Wi-Fi quality can be spotty.

Students age 13 to 25 with a valid ID are eligible for 15% off Amtrak’s lowest Value or Flexible Fare when they book travel at least three days in advance.

Fortunately, there are more ways than ever to save.

The classic is ride sharing with fellow classmates, although students can also get a lift now through ride-matching services like Ridebuzz, Zimride, and College Carpool that have specific-college ride share programs.

The good news is, there are lots of ways to save on things you’re already planning to purchase.

MONEY used The University Network‘s collection of store coupons as a starting point, then added in some discounts we’ve learned about for other services.

The lowest bus fares are usually found with no-frills services like Megabus or Bolt Bus, which can be cheaper the further in advance you reserve a seat.

(Some tickets go for as little as

MONEY used The University Network‘s collection of store coupons as a starting point, then added in some discounts we’ve learned about for other services.The lowest bus fares are usually found with no-frills services like Megabus or Bolt Bus, which can be cheaper the further in advance you reserve a seat.(Some tickets go for as little as $1, depending on the route and the timing.) These bus services typically offer electrical outlets for computers, cell phone chargers, and other electronics, as well as free Wi-Fi, which makes them extremely popular with students.Some colleges turn to outside companies for shuttle bus service.College Express, for example, takes students from upstate New York universities like Cornell and Binghamton to drop-off locations in northern New Jersey, New York City, and Long Island.Corrigan says has about 16,000 coupons from businesses around the country.

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MONEY used The University Network‘s collection of store coupons as a starting point, then added in some discounts we’ve learned about for other services.

The lowest bus fares are usually found with no-frills services like Megabus or Bolt Bus, which can be cheaper the further in advance you reserve a seat.

(Some tickets go for as little as $1, depending on the route and the timing.) These bus services typically offer electrical outlets for computers, cell phone chargers, and other electronics, as well as free Wi-Fi, which makes them extremely popular with students.

Some colleges turn to outside companies for shuttle bus service.

College Express, for example, takes students from upstate New York universities like Cornell and Binghamton to drop-off locations in northern New Jersey, New York City, and Long Island.

Corrigan says has about 16,000 coupons from businesses around the country.

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MONEY used The University Network‘s collection of store coupons as a starting point, then added in some discounts we’ve learned about for other services.

The lowest bus fares are usually found with no-frills services like Megabus or Bolt Bus, which can be cheaper the further in advance you reserve a seat.

(Some tickets go for as little as $1, depending on the route and the timing.) These bus services typically offer electrical outlets for computers, cell phone chargers, and other electronics, as well as free Wi-Fi, which makes them extremely popular with students.

Some colleges turn to outside companies for shuttle bus service.

, depending on the route and the timing.) These bus services typically offer electrical outlets for computers, cell phone chargers, and other electronics, as well as free Wi-Fi, which makes them extremely popular with students.

Some colleges turn to outside companies for shuttle bus service.

College Express, for example, takes students from upstate New York universities like Cornell and Binghamton to drop-off locations in northern New Jersey, New York City, and Long Island.

Corrigan says has about 16,000 coupons from businesses around the country.