4. Download large content on campuswhere bandwidth restrictions are usually non-existent. It's very easy to bust that monthly download limit at home, especially with fellow students sharing your house.
6. 'Pay as you go' as much as you canand take advantage of the student discount you have. Your student email alone should grant you access to cheap software, sometimes available by your academic department.
7. Netbooks are easier on your walletthan tablets, laptops or desktops. They will last longer and do everything you need them to do. So why splash out on something when you clearly don't need to?
8. Television on the webmight be cheaper than you think. Even catching up on on-demand services instead of paying for the TV licence in the UK would already save out $200.
10. Black and white laser printerscan be huge and bulky but they will last you an incredibly long time. While it may not be cheaper than a deskjet printer, consider this as an investment, seeing as universities often charge you even more to print on campus.
What other money saving tips do you have up your sleeve?