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You can check here.Asos and, dominos, offer year-round savings for when you really are strapped for cash.PizzaExpress - Now 30 off food and drink any day Sunday to Thursday.Registered Office: International House, Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XE.Entertainment, up to 46 off wristbands at Blackpool Pleasure Beach.You must have an NUS Extra card.10 off, papa Johns via Student Beans when you spend 25 or more - who doesn't like a takeaway every now and again, especially when you can score a tenner off.
You need to put in a NUS 14-digit card number into Amazon, so no, your uni ID won't.
You can assign your NUS code to your account, so whenever you buy anything, it automatically applies the offer the limit is 1500 and can be used on anything in the following: books, music, MP3 ace of sweeps Downloads, DVDs, shoes accessories, sports leisure equipment and jewellery watches.
Eating Out, up to 49 off at Alton Towers.
For those NUS Extra cardholders apparently there is 5 discount on most purchases on Amazon with Amazon Student account (Which has 6 months trial and half price Prime as posted here m/dea353 ).
If you refer your mates and they sign up for a card you can earn extra rewards, which are converted into cash gift voucher to spend.
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