10 Student Discounts You Can Still Use After Graduating (Infographic)

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So, you just graduated. Congratulations! Now could be the perfect time to start a or buy a franchise, assuming you’ve got the energy and passion to do so. Of course, starting a business takes money -- and with and other bills your wallet might be feeling a little light.

What’s a young person with an entrepreneurial spirit to do? You can start by hunting around for bargains at the places you shop regularly. Luckily, the folks at Debt.com have done some of that for you. If you have a student ID and an e-mail address ending in “.edu,” you can score deals at (in-store and online) and get around the online paywall for the Washington Post. Other companies, like and also offer serious savings.

This means the computer you need for work, the clothes you need for interviews with clients or investors and the you need for your product can be discounted. Not a bad way to start off.

Check out the infographic below and see what else you can snag on the cheap.

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