See below for information on Baseball Toronto’s Student Discount
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— 30% OFF STUDENT DISCOUNT —
A special discount of 30% OFF is available to students on new subscriptions as of May 4, 2018. To receive your discount code, please email email@example.com from your school e-mail address or message @KeeganMatheson on Twitter. If you don’t have a school e-mail, you can send along a quick photo of a student ID card (please block out any sensitive information) or any other form of proof. If you’re more comfortable just messaging Baseball Toronto to say “I promise I’m a student at _____ school,” that’s fine too.
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Editor-in-chief, Baseball Toronto