10 Best Student Discounts in Nevada
Nevada is known as having some of the most affordable colleges on the West Coast, especially when compared with nearby California. That doesn't mean students aren't still living on a college budget. Fiscal responsibility is one of the toughest, most important lessons one learns during their college years, and knowing where the best student discounts are is key. Here are the 10 best student discounts in the state.
Art Indeed Gallery in Fernley, Nevada offers a student discount of 15 percent for students with a college ID. It is dedicated to showcasing art of all kinds, including traditional gallery art and tattoos and piercings.
Antonio’s Mexican Grill in downtown Reno, Nevada serves delicious grilled tacos. What’s that mean? According to their website, “it means we grill your tacos for you with flavor and a little bit of love.” Take that love to the next level with a 15 percent student discount.
The Nevada Museum of Art in Reno, Nevada has a discounted $8 ticket for students. Every year, they host a variety of programs and events for families, teens, seniors, and Spanish language speakers. Stop in to see their latest exhibits.
Cirque Du Soleil in Las Vegas, Nevada is world-renowned for its high-energy shows. At any given time, Cirque Du Soleil has a variety of shows happening, many of which offer discounted tickets to students.
Action Comics and Games offers “thousands and thousands of square feet of new and Vintage comics, Magic the Gathering, RPG’s, miniature wargames, Board games,” and much more, according to their website. They also offer students a 10% discount on comics, Magic the Gathering, and Dungeons and Dragons.
The Planetarium at the College of Southern Nevada provides students and the public with the opportunity to see the night sky like never before form their 68-seat theater and surround sound dome. For students, they offer $4 tickets.
Nevada Blue LTD is a reprographics and printer in Carson City that can create presentations, blueprints, large format color prints, laminating, mounting, and just about any other print-related thing for you. They offer a 15 percent discount to students.
Galaxy Theatres is an independent theatre chain with locations across the west, including in Arizona, California, and six in Nevada. The theatres show a variety of the latest movies in addition to independent features. Student discounts are available at the box office in person with a student ID.
Caesar’s Entertainment includes a wide range of hotels and casinos across Nevada, including Bally’s, Caesars Palace, Flamingo, Harrah’s, Harvey’s, and more. Students and teachers can enjoy a 10 percent discount off of their hotels by using the ID.me system. Details are available on their website.
Valley Curls is a salon in Mesquite, Nevada that offers a “Starving Student Discount” card. The cards are $20 and provide discounts around town at a bunch of places. Come in to get your hair done, nails manicured, and eyelashes waxed.