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Georgetown’s ID gives wide variety of discounts to students

Andrew Hudson   ||   Mar 08, 2013  ||   ,

Georgetown University’s student ID gives its student body access to a number of discounts at retailers ranging from restaurants to yoga studios.

As the Georgetown Wicket reports, students can take advantage of these deals anytime, but with midterms currently looming large a late night snack or exercise session may be just the ticket to sooth the nerves.

The student ID can be used at the Georgetown Chipotle where students get a free soft drink with the purchase of any burrito. Not to be outdone, burrito maker Qdoba has also joined in on the discount fun offering student night every Monday between 2 and 8 p.m. where students get 50% off their first meal and beverage.

However, food discounts on the card are not limited to national chains as local pie shop, Pie Sisters is currently working to make student deals available.

For those students on a full stomach, the Georgetown ID can be used for exercise deals as well. Down Dog Yoga offers a vinyasa yoga class for $12— $6 less than patrons paying without a student ID.

Deals and discounts are a great way to appeal to the cash-strapped and thrifty college student, and may well help to garner student support for school ID systems.

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