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JusCollege: A Way for Students to Go to Festivals on a Budget

Picture this. A flawless lineup drops to that festival you’ve always dreamed of attending. All of your favorite artists are on it and none of their set times clash. All of your friends are going. There’s just one problem. MONEY.

If you’re a student, keeping up with the financial responsibilities of college leaves little extra room for spending money. Until now. JusCollege, a new company founded to “curate amazing travel experiences for students and recent grads” offers awesome discounts so that students can indulge on these trips, without completely breaking the bank.

JusCollege started in 2011 with an idea between two friends over some drinks. Over the course of six years, it has now blossomed into a $30-million-dollar company. This website, based in Las Vegas, offers discounted tickets to some of the most popular music festivals in the country, including EDC Las Vegas, Mysteryland USA, Imagine Music Festival, and many more.

All you need to provide to get the price is a valid .edu email address or a university student ID. Along with the tickets, this website also offers discounted shuttle and hotel packages in the destination city. Not only is this a way to save money, but it’s also a way to connect with college students all over the country by being grouped together for these events. If you feel like taking a break from the music scene, JusCollege also offers other vacation trips like Skiing in Canada, Vegas weekend trips, and more. If you’re a college student or recent college grad looking to have a great time, but with the restraints of a budget, I highly recommend that you check out this website!

Cover photo courtesy of Electric Zoo

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Rachel Woods Contributor

My hobbies include long walks to the main stage, pretending I know how to shuffle, and searching the Internet for sick new drops.


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