Where to use your CINO cash


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Cinemark at Coastal Grand Mall in Myrtle Beach offers students a discount on movie tickets.

Local and nationwide businesses allow college students to get discounts. Coastal students must show their CINO card to access discounts in-person or would have to enter their university to confi rm they are a student for an online purchase.

Coastal Carolina University (CCU) provides students a free New York Times subscription through the library. To access the free subscription, students should sign into the NY Time’s website with their CCU email address.

Along with campus dining options, students may use CINO cash, a built-in payment method feature on a meal plan, at participating locations off campus. Th is includes three of the nearest CVS locations and other eateries.

Well-known Italian restaurants such as Domino’s Pizza, Fox’s Pizza Den and Little Caesars accept the feature payment. Many restaurants across and on S.C. Hwy 501 including Jade’s Hibachi and Eggs Up Grill do as well.

All dining halls located on the Horry Georgetown Technical College and CCU campuses, including Einstein Bro. Bagel and Chick-fi l-a, also off er students the option of using CINO cash.

This also includes El Patio, Jimmy Johns, and Firehouse Subs on Myrtle Ridge Road.

The Cinemark movie theater at the Coastal Grand Mall, located off U.S. Highway 17 in Myrtle Beach, off ers students a discount on movie tickets. According to BrokeScholar, many Chick-fil-a and Chipotle locations will give students a free drink with their purchase.

Students can also expect a 75% discount from the streaming service Hulu. The subscription for a student on Hulu is only $1.99 a month, compared to the regular subscription of $7.99 a month. Hulu allows users access to thousands of shows and movies. Students can also access discounts from streaming services for music and podcasts. With Apple Music, students can pay $4.99 for a monthly subscription as opposed to the usual $9.99 per month. In addition to Apple Music, Spotify offers students the same monthly subscription for $2 off per month.

Hulu and Spotify paired to off er a bundle of their music and show streaming services for $4.99 a month specifically for college students.

Students can also expect affordable access to news subscriptions. Th e Wall Street Journal offers students a monthly subscription of $4 a month as opposed to the usual $38.99 per month.