Levi’s offers a 10-20% college student discount for students living in certain countries. The discount is valid for online purchases only. Eligibility of student status is verified through UNiDAYS.
How does Levi’s student discount work?
Levi’s is famous for selling jeans, but they also sell a huge variety of men’s and women’s fashion including tops, dresses, outerwear, and accessories.
To qualify for student pricing, you must be a registered college student with a valid .edu email address. You’ll need to either have a UNiDAYSaccount, or register with the Levi’s site.
The discount is available in the 5 countries below. The amount of the discount varies according to which country you live in.
- United States: 15%
- United Kingdom: 20%
- Spain: 10%
- France: 15%
- Germany: 10%
Once you register, you’ll receive 15% off your online purchase. Sorry, the discount is not available in stores.
The fine print:
May not be used in conjunction with any other coupon or for gift card purchases. Discount excludes regular priced Levi’s® Collaboration, Made & Crafted™, LVC, and Tailor Services. Discount also excludes gift certificates, packaging, taxes, shipping and handling. Entire order must be shipped to a single address and customer is responsible for shipping costs of returned merchandise. This offer is valid on both regularly priced and sale merchandise, limited to one time use per customer, and may not be combined with another offer. Only one online promo code per order will be accepted. LS&CO employees not eligible for discount. This offer may be modified by LS&CO in its sole discretion without notice at any time.
Interresting Facts about Levi Strauss & Co.
Levi’s is one of the older fashion retailers operating today. It was founded all the way back in 1853 in San Fransisco.
Originally the company only sold bolts of cloth. They found their fortune when they started adding copper rivets to jeans to reinforce worn out stress points. The original 501 jeans were working-man’s clothes, and weren’t considered “cool” until the dude ranch fad of the 1930s. From the 1950s on popularity grew until it seemed that nearly everyone owned a pair of Levi’s jeans.