May Day in America: The History and Evolution
An overview about May Day in the U.S.
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College is hella expensive, but fortunately for you lucky students there are many discounts and freebies out there that you can take full advantage of.
PSA before we start... if you’re signing up to any free trials, set a reminder for when the trial is due to end so you can cancel and avoid those pesky subscription fees 💳
UNiDAYS is a discount website for students which is completely FREE to join, you just need to have a valid school or university email address to sign-up with so you can unlock those goodies (so jealous right now).
Tip: Always check discount sites like UNiDAYS and Groupon before making a purchase to see if you can make a nifty saving 💅
Some top picks:
Amazon is currently offering students a free 6-month trial with some extra little gems on the side. When you sign-up they'll ask you to enter your university details, name, date of birth and graduation year.
A list of what’s included with Prime Student:
🎵 Apple - if you’re enrolled into a degree-granting university or college, you can get an Apple Music student plan for $4.99 per month which includes Apple TV+. Check out UNiDAYS for more info
🎵 Spotify - claim your 1-month free trial for a Spotify Premium student account which includes Hulu and SHOWTIME (time to binge watch the Kardashians). If you decide to stick with it, the subscription will cost $4.99 per month (would usually cost $27.99 per month). You’re only eligible for the offer if you’re student at a Title IV accredited institution
🎵 Youtube Premium - for those who’re fed up of waiting to skip the annoying steam mop and vacuum advertisements on Youtube (absolute snoozeville), you can get a free 1-month trial of ad-free music. Get those tunes cranked up 🎉
Why not take a break from studying and study? Seriously though, if there’s something you’d like to learn on the side without having to dig deep into your wallet, you should check out the free courses below:
Google Digital Garage – a non-profit nationwide program where you can discover a range of different courses in topics designed to help you grow your business or kickstart your career. The duration of the courses range from 2 to 20+ hours and the best thing is there's no time limit! You can pick and choose when you'd like to learn.
LinkedIn Learning – LinkedIn features expert-led courses across a variety of different topics and helps you develop the skills you'll need for when your studying (partying) ends.
It’s time to ace those grades and become a “good student” if you want money off your car insurance…
If you show a valid student ID, you’ll get 10% off your order at the below restaurants:
Discounts may differ per location so it’s best to check with staff first 🍔
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If haven't signed up to Cleo Builder before and are still a student, you can get 33% off the current price. ($9.99 vs.$14.99 a month)
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So that’s it for now, enjoy the discounts and freebies ✨
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An overview about May Day in the U.S.
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