9 Best Student Discounts in Vermont

From UVM to Champlain College, Vermont is bustling with college students. If you’re a student, you’re likely living on a student budget. Fortunately, Vermont has plenty of excellent offers that make a student’s life more affordable. From local ski mountains to awesome local pizza shops, here are the 10 best student discounts in the state.

Note: As discount offers frequently change, please double check with the business before you go.

Sugarbush, Warren, VT

Champlain College students will find savings and deals at Sugarbush Ski Resort, which is just 40 minutes from campus. Boasting two peaks, Mount Ellen and Lincoln Peak, 20 lifts, and over 150 trails in all, Sugarbush offers a ton of packed powder, and season tickets for students are available at half off the regular price. Talk about Winter Sports Economics 101. 

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Killington Mountain Resort, VT

At Killington, all state students grades K-12 with a valid report card are eligible for the Vermont Student Pass. Plus, undergraduate and graduate students from all over the state who maintain a more than 4.0 GPA can ski and ride at any of Killington’s four resorts for 60 percent off the standard price and comes with other resort perks.

Jay Peak Resort, Jay, VT

Jay Peak has long been known as a ski destination, having just dumped millions into renovating both trails and the facilities over the past decade. But, now Jay Peak has joined forces with Burke Mountain in an attempt to attract more of a college-aged crowd. The upshot is that you can currently ski both Jay and Burke for under $300 if you buy before Christmas.

Chittenden Area Transportation Management Association, Williston, VT

The Chittenden Area Transportation Management Association runs one of Burlington’s most popular transports, the Green Mountain Transit. This collection of buses provides public transportation for seniors, commuters, students, shoppers, and businessmen and women to and from the city. And, the best part is that any Champlain College or UVM student can ride for free all day long by presenting a valid student ID.

Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, VT

There is so much to do and see in the Green Mountains, that classrooms can’t be the only places of learning, right? Well, that’s what field trips are for, and with over 100,000 items including folk art collections, architecture, paintings, firearms, and vehicles, the Shelburne Museum is a sight to behold. Plus, if you are a student, you can take $10 off the price of a regular adult ticket.

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Weston Playhouse, Weston, VT

Many famous actors call Vermont their home, including Tim Daily and Christopher Lloyd, but did you know that the Weston Playhouse offers up to a 50 percent discount on tickets for all full-time college students? Located in the historic town of Weston, the Weston Playhouse is self-proclaimed as the oldest professional playhouse in the state. 

Leonardo’s Pizza, Burlington, VT

When you are in the mood for pizza pie, but you are a little short on cash, don’t worry because Leonardo’s has got your back. Any full-time student can enjoy 10 percent off the cost of anything on the menu at this traditional Italian pizzeria, and, what’s more, you can even order from your dorm room and have it delivered hot and fresh straight to your door.

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Faith’s Ford, Brattleboro, VT

In Vermont, as a student, visitor, or resident, you are going to be traveling… and traveling a lot. And there is no such thing as the grid system state. Plus, with few East/West highways and a North/South highway on the eastern side of the state only, getting around can be challenging at best. Luckily, Faith’s Ford has developed the Student Purchase Program that allows for a $1,000 cash back on every qualified purchase.

Vermont DMV, Montpelier, VT

Heading off to college can make for an exciting time! For many teens, it means finally leaving the house and beginning to make a living on their own, finding new friends, and driving solo. The Vermont DMV reminds all college-aged drivers to make sure your car insurance is up to date and to check with your insurance company for cost-saving discounts, like the Good Driver Discount, Good Grades Discounts, and more.

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