Student Discount List 2016

Student Discount List 2016

Accessorize: 10% off.
Adobe: Up to 80% discount on software
Alton Towers: up to 45% off tickets with NUS Extra or 35% off with a UCAS card.
Amazon: 5% discount off selected products/categories with NUS Extra and 10% off clothes + free 6 months Prime membership >
Animal: 10% off online with your NUS Extra.
Apple: Between 6%-15% off
ASOS: 10% off with NUS Extra Card at checkout or Unidays
ARK clothing – 10% discount >
ASK Italian: 25% off food bill with NUS Extra card.
Austin Reed: 15% off with NUS Extra card


Bella Italia: 20% off bill with a UCAS card. They also hold student nights giving you 50% off your food bill.
Bench: 25% off with NUS Extra.
Ben Sherman: 10% off with NUS Extra or UniDays >
BHS: 10% >
Boots Opticians/D&A: £5 eye test with NUS Extra card & 10% off glasses over £100.
Boohoo – 10% discount
Bulldog: 25% off with NUS Extra.
Burton: 10% off.


Cass Art: For London art students, these guys offer 15% off full price –you’ll need to ask for it, though.
Claire’s – 15% off with NUS Extra card, 10% without.
Cath Kidston: 10% off.
Cineworld: Student ticket prices around 10% less than normal adult prices (differs depending on location.) NUS Extra gets students a free 13th month of the Cineworld Unlimited card.
Coast: 20% off with NUS Extra.
Co-Op – 10% off all grocery shopping with NUS (also get one of their loyalty cards)
Chiquitos – 25% off



Dominos: Spend over £25 and get 25% off with NUS Extra card. £5 off when you spend over £20 with UCAS card (Sometimes it’s collection only, best to ask first)
Dorothy Perkins: 10% >



French Connection – 15% discount online
Firetrap: 15% off with NUS Extra.
Foyles bookshop: 10% off.
Frankie & Bennys – 20% off.


GAP: 10% off.
Girl meets dress: 10% off with NUS Extra and 20% off on your birthday.



HMV – 10% off anything.
Holiday Extras > 10% off
Hungry House (takeaway) – 25% off.



I want one of those – 10% discount


Jack Wills – 20% off.


Lipsy: 10% off full price merchandise with NUS Extra.
Lyle and Scott: 10% off with NUS Extra.


Karen Millen: 10% off.
Krispy Kreme: 20% off total bill



Maplin Electronics: 5% off
Maximuscle: 20% off with NUS Extra online.
Matalan: 10% off.
McDonalds: Free  free hamburger or cheeseburger or McFlurry when you buy a meal OR Free Medium Fries with a Big Mac or McChicken sandwich with NUS Extra.
Megabus: 10% off all coach travel.
Microsoft: Various offers
Missguided – 15% discount
Miss Selfridge: 10% off.
Mulberry: 10% off with NUS Extra in participating stores.
Musto: 10% off.



National Express: 25% off coach travel with NUS Extra, though not all journeys valid. “Only off FULL PRICE tickets, not off saver tickets when bought in advance”
New look: 10% off.
Nicky Clarke: 25% off hair cuts


O2:  30% off contracts, buying online and then converting in store works
Oasis: 10% off with NUS Extra.
Odeon Cinema: Student price tickets and a further 25% off that with NUS Extra, valid Monday- Thursday.
Office: 10% off in store.


Paperchase – 10% discount
Peacocks: 10% off in store -and 20% off for a little while during Autumn/Winter.
Pizza Express: 40% off food & drink with NUS Extra Card
Pizza Hut: 20% off full price menu with NUS Extra card, Sunday – Thursday.



16-25 railcard: 11% off online with NUS Extra.
Ryman: 10% off or 12.5% off with NUS Extra.
River Island – 20% off.



Schuh: 10% off.
Select – 15% discount
Shakeaway: 10% off.
Shoe Zone: 10% off >
Spotify: 50% off premium with NUS Extra and UniDays
STA Travel: The whole site is designed to get students discounts. There are a fair few others offering dirt cheap deals too.
Subway: 10% off.
Superdrug: 10% off with NUS >



Topshop: 10% off.
Topman: 10% off.



Urban Outfitters: 10% off >



Vodafone: 10% off line rental when you upgrade/get a new plan.



Wallis: 10% off.
Warehouse: 10% with NUS extra.
Waterstones: 10% off >


YoSushi!: 25% off with NUS Extra.


Zavvi – 10% discount >

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