LifeMart discounts for these trying times

Homebound? You can save money on many useful goods and services

Woman opening a box of food from a meal delivery service


Now that your mindset has likely switched from to-go lunches and commuting time to meeting your needs at home, you might want to check out the discounts available to you through the university's LifeMart program.

Here's a sampling of offerings that could make your days more manageable during the coronavirus shut-in:

  • Discounts on food delivery services and stores, including Blue Apron, AmazonPrime, Hello Fresh, Grubhub, Peapod, Target, and CVS
  • Printable coupons ($.75 off Ben & Jerry's, $.50 on Energizer batteries, for example)
  • Fitness gear at reduced prices (up to 20% off Fitbit)
  • Up to $20 off Turbo Tax
  • Lower prices on electronics, including up to 40% off Dell computers

And if you'd rather plan for the better days ahead, check out the discounts that LifeMart offers on gyms, movies, flights, cruises, hotels, and theme parks. (Keep in mind, too, the Johns Hopkins exclusives, which include the Maryland Zoo, National Aquarium, and B&O Railroad Museum.)

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