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Mr Vot
Old 08-04-2007, 12:20 AM
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Default Full List of Student NUS Discounts

Hi, i just got this e-mail from NUS + thought it might be useful for anyone that didnt know of all discounts already or missed a few on the site

Hello everyone!

Here is a complete list of all the best NUS Extra discounts that are
available to you all as students. Even though it is the final term coming
up there is still plenty of discounts available to you all that you can
take advantage of.

To order the NUS Extra card visit www.nusextra.com and follow the on
screen instructions. If you have any problems please phone: 0845 045 1069
or e-mail: enquiries@nusextra.com

NUS Extra Discounts:

Canterbury specific:

Squash @ Chicagos (every Monday night): Queue jump and limited free entry
Odeon Cinema: tickets 4.30
The Canterbury Tales Guided Tour: 1 off

National Discounts:

Retail:

Burton: 15% off
Dorothy Perkins: 15% off
CD WOW!: CDs 50p off CDs, 75p off DVDs and 1 off games. Chart CDs for
7.49 plus free delivery!
eBags: 10% off all backpacks and FREE UK delivery
Flylite: 25% off all lightweight luggage
Jessops: 10% off most products
La Senza: 10% off
Lonely Planet: 2 off lonely planet guide books over 9.99
Miss Selfridge: 10% off
Ryman: 10% off
Sony Centres: 5% off
Topman: special selected discounts. Ask in store for details
Topshop: special selected discounts. Ask in store for details
Treat Her Gifts: 10% off
Worldwide Nets: 10% off travel products
HMV: special selected discounts. Ask in store for details
Cecil Gee: 10% off
JJB: 10% off
Mainline Mensware: 10% off
Moss Bros Hire: 25% + off suits!
Moss: 15% off
Office: 10% off
PC World: 10% off peripherals, accessories and software + 20% off freetalk
products
Amazon.co.uk: 5% off



Food:

Dominos Pizza: 10% off regular menu prices on delivery orders
Little Chef: 25% off food bill
Perfect Pizza: 10% off discount. 20% off collection.
Bella Italia: 20% off your food bill
Planet Hollywood: 20% off food, beverages and merchandise

Entertainment:

Alton Towers: Special Reduced admission – up to 12 off
Chessington World of Adventures: Special Reduced admission – up to 9 off
Empire Cinemas: Student Admission
Madame Tussauds London: Special Reduced Admission – Save 5
Party Bus: 20% off party bus nights out
Road Trip: 5% off
Snow Trip: 5% off
Thorp Park: Special Reduced Admission – up to 12 off
VUE Cinemas: Special concession rates
Warwick Castle: Special Reduced admission - 5 off tickets
Chester Zoo: Student discounts
Ticket Master: Exclusive discounted tickets

Accommodation:

CasaSwap: FREE membership on www.casaswap.com
Choice Hotels Europe: 50% off normal standard published room tariffs
Intercontinental Hotels (Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn, Express): 25% discount

Transportation:

Connections Adventures: Book one night and get another one FREE
DFDS Seaways: Amsterdam City Cruise breaks from only 24 pp
Eurostar: Paris, Lille, Amsterdam, Brussels from 47
DFDS Seaways: 10% off passenger and vehicle fares
Irish Ferries: 25-50% off
Moose Travel Network: save up to 30
Oz Experience: Save a bundle on trips round Oz
P&O Irish Ferries: Student fares available
Stena Line Ferries: Special student fares
Travellers Autobarn: Get 1 extra driver FREE
Baz Bus: 5% off tickets

Sport:

Megabowl & Tenpin: 2.50 per game

Travel:

STA Travel: Discounted student and youth worldwide travel
Arriva: 10% off tickets
Camp America: 39 off tickets

Motor Discounts:

AA Breakdown Cover: 25% off new membership
AA Driving School: FREE Lesson

Health & Beauty:

Wow Woman: 5%
Essensuals: 20% off first visit, 15% there after
JJB Fitness Clubs: 10% off


The NUS Extra card is also accepted as student I.D. in many shops and
places and we at CCSU and the NUS are constantly updating and improving
the offers and getting new discounts put in place.

For a full list of all the offers please visit the following sites:

www.nusextra.com www.nusonline.co.uk/extra www.isiccard.com

Remember all of these discounts are NUS Extra exclusive and you cannot get
them with an ordinary Student Card.

Any other enquiries please don’t hesitate to come into the union and talk
to us here at CCSU or give us a ring on 01227 78 2080.

Hope you are all having a great Easter break and see you in the new term!

CCSU
xxx

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I thought you could get the card if you were an Open University student but I do not see the Open University on the list. :confused:
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Default Cheap tuxedo hire for students

Best offer on tux hire - 40 for the WHOLE suit including a free shirt to keep. Hire for one week - not next day return as other companies! Visit www.wellgroomed-formalhire.co.uk or drop an email (enquiries@wellgroomed-formalhire.co.uk) and quote discount code tux007. They'll do the rest........
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Best offer on tux hire - 40 for the WHOLE suit including a free shirt to keep. Hire for one week - not next day return as other companies! Visit www.wellgroomed-formalhire.co.uk or drop an email (enquiries@wellgroomed-formalhire.co.uk) and quote discount code tux007. They'll do the rest........
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I thought you could get the card if you were an Open University student but I do not see the Open University on the list. :confused:
Hi

OU students are able to apply for the NUS affiliates card - there's normally an advert or flyer in Sesame, or look on the OU website
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Hi

OU students are able to apply for the NUS affiliates card - there's normally an advert or flyer in Sesame, or look on the OU website
Ou students can now get the NUS extra card for 10, mine came just befire the postal strikes - yay!

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I got my NUS extra student card recently. THANKS for both responses!
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Old 02-11-2007, 3:30 AM
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The NUS make me angry.

How do they get away with bringing in this extra card just over a year ago.

Before that we used to get a NUS card free through the uni, just for being a student at a university that paid the annual fees to NUS etc. Now how do they get away with suddenly charging us this extra 10 to get discounts. If shops are going to offer student discount they should offer it to all students, just presenting uni id should be enough.

This 10 is just extra money making for NUS, and is VERY cheeky. Don't we pay enough money as it is in tuition fees and alike in order to get the extra discount privelages that should come with being a poor student.

We've turned around unnecessary bank charges on this site. How about turning this charge around to!
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Topman: special selected discounts. Ask in store for details
Topshop: special selected discounts. Ask in store for details
Ive always had 10% here so Im not sure why they are saying "selected" discount
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Odeon Cinema at Cardiff Bay (Red Dragon Centre) gives you tickets at child price on production of a valid NUS card. I think that this must be national and not just Canterbury specific.
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Peacocks stores, 20%!!

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I'm a student. Must get my card... looks like I'll make back more than the card costs JUST buying stuff I would have bought even without it.
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I've just started a post grad course. Do I have to get a NUS card to get discounts or will retailers accept my Uni membership card? Sorry if this seems a dozy question but it is several years since I was last a student.
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The NUS make me angry.

How do they get away with bringing in this extra card just over a year ago.

Before that we used to get a NUS card free through the uni, just for being a student at a university that paid the annual fees to NUS etc. Now how do they get away with suddenly charging us this extra 10 to get discounts. If shops are going to offer student discount they should offer it to all students, just presenting uni id should be enough.

This 10 is just extra money making for NUS, and is VERY cheeky. Don't we pay enough money as it is in tuition fees and alike in order to get the extra discount privelages that should come with being a poor student.

We've turned around unnecessary bank charges on this site. How about turning this charge around to!
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You will find it is because of the people who pick up the packs and sell them on Ebay. It's a security measure.
NUS cards were being sold for 30/40 on Ebay so they have done this to stop the practise as many stores were going to withdraw the discounts completely.
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Personally I think the 10 charge is nothing, you soon make it back. I got my card a week ago and have already used it in Republic buying jeans at 30 with a special 20% discount, saving of 6, New Look spending 38 saving 3.80 and Miss Selfridge spending 10, saving 1. Therefore I have already made my money back and I now need to order some books which I will get from Amazon and use my discount.
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I sent off for an NUS Card with the relevant information last month, and haven't yet received anything from them. I called NUS yesterday and they told me that they haven't received anything, and to re-apply.

Another 28days I'll waste off my NUS discount period....! Don't understand why it takes them up to 28 days to process an application. Should be done within 7 days.
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It can be done online

I got mine free with my student account at Lloyds. It was all done via NUSextra's website and I had it within 4 days.
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I am studying towards CIMA, so can I order it online aswell? Don't think I can. CIMA provided me with the NUS Card application form, and sent off a cheque for 10.
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I've just started a post grad course. Do I have to get a NUS card to get discounts or will retailers accept my Uni membership card? Sorry if this seems a dozy question but it is several years since I was last a student.
Most should accept your uni card, except the ones which are actually NUS only (Just Amazon's 5%?).

This is certainly the situation up in Glasgow, which isn't NUS affiliated, but I still get student discounts all the time.
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I've not got round to getting photos for it yet.
Keep forgetting.
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