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Free NUS Extra Card (£12- Requires eligibility) for buying £10.00 Vodafone PAYG Sim

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Free £12 Nus Extra card for buying a £10 Vodafone PAYG sim. No brainer? Read More
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Free £12 Nus Extra card for buying a £10 Vodafone PAYG sim.

No brainer?
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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Saulll
If you don't plan on using the bundle on the SIM card you have around a 1 hour window to spend the £10 credit on the SIM card before the bundle is activated.
So a £5 PSN top up and 3 minute x-rated phone call for example haha.
Be aware, if you stick with the £10 bundle it expires after 30 days.

Ring me. I'll talk dirty to you for 5 minutes if you send me a fiver.

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banned 1 Like #1
HOT LOL Been looking for a NUS card and this
1 Like #2
does this work with Amazon student discount?
1 Like #3
KiNG
does this work with Amazon student discount?


would like to know this too
#4
To be eligible for a NUS extra card you need to be over 16 years old and in full or part time education.
1 Like #5
KiNG
does this work with Amazon student discount?


Doesn't exist anymore. Will get you Student Prime membership though.
1 Like #6
ShannonAirey96
KiNG
does this work with Amazon student discount?


would like to know this too


looks like you can
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html?docId=1000741813
banned#7
got one, still no order confirmation from email
banned#8
ronmo329921
got one, still no order confirmation from email
can anyone confirm that you got the email after ordering? thanks
#9
No confirmation for me either, just a PayPal email stating i "authorized" a payment

Edit: got confirmation


Edited By: JimBobJr on Nov 05, 2016 00:23: Edited By: JimBobJr on Nov 05, 2016 00:23
#10
Is it a free 1-year card, or can it be used as £12 off a 3-year card? Thanks.
banned 1 Like #11
JimBobJr
No confirmation for me either, just a PayPal email stating i "authorized" a payment
Edit: got confirmation
did you get link for NUS?
1 Like #12
worth having a look at the writing for children post. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/write-storybooks-for-children-groupon-14-enrol-eligible-for-nus-extra-card-for-13-2529238
pay once and you get to keep renewing your nus card. I bought last year and have just renewed my nus card for a 3 year one.
#13
please read the comments from previous thread

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/students-only-free-nus-extra-with-topped-up-vodafone-free-sim-10-2510495

I have a nus card from that deal. After so many calls n chats i got it.
Good luck
#14
The 5% student discount on Amazon has expired now.
#15
KiNG
does this work with Amazon student discount?


The 5% student discount for Amazon has ended and not renewed. But you can still get 50% off the cost of prime.
1 Like #16
You need a .org.uk email to get the student prime....nothing to do with NUS
1 Like #17
jamesrugman
You need a .org.uk email to get the student prime....nothing to do with NUS


Isn't it .ac.uk?
#18
jamesrugman
You need a .org.uk email to get the student prime....nothing to do with NUS


You don't. I haven't got one but have student prime.
#19
jamesrugman
You need a .org.uk email to get the student prime....nothing to do with NUS


I got the Prime student membership with an NUS Extra card. Just email a copy of it. Works fine
#21
jamesrugman
You need a .org.uk email to get the student prime....nothing to do with NUS
read #9 the question is always asked on these nus threads
1 Like #22
There's a reason less retailers are accepting NUS now and choosing UniDays...
2 Likes #23
If you don't plan on using the bundle on the SIM card you have around a 1 hour window to spend the £10 credit on the SIM card before the bundle is activated.

So a £5 PSN top up and 3 minute x-rated phone call for example haha.

Be aware, if you stick with the £10 bundle it expires after 30 days.
#24
The Amazon 5% discount has ended which was the main reason I got one of these. Managed a grand total of 50p from it. I'm genuinely not happy with how much they plugged that discount during September without mentioning it expired at the end of October.

If the other discounts are useful then you can't go far wrong but I think Amazon was a big draw for people.

And you can get the 6 months free prime without NUS, either with an email or an enrollment form.
1 Like #25
They now do 20% off Amazon Warehouse for Students.
#26
I'm pretty gutted that the 5% off at Amazon has stopped. The card pretty much paid for itself over black Friday. You do get 10% off at the co-op though which is useful for me.
5 Likes #27
Saulll
If you don't plan on using the bundle on the SIM card you have around a 1 hour window to spend the £10 credit on the SIM card before the bundle is activated.
So a £5 PSN top up and 3 minute x-rated phone call for example haha.
Be aware, if you stick with the £10 bundle it expires after 30 days.

Ring me. I'll talk dirty to you for 5 minutes if you send me a fiver.
#28
Could you use this to renew an NUS Extra card? I have one already, but it will expire soon. Mainly use it for the 10% Co-op discount.
banned#29
evostick47
KiNG
does this work with Amazon student discount?
The 5% student discount for Amazon has ended and not renewed. But you can still get 50% off the cost of prime.

are you sure about it?
#30
kalico
Could you use this to renew an NUS Extra card? I have one already, but it will expire soon. Mainly use it for the 10% Co-op discount.


Only certain co-ops though.
2 Likes #31
bogglebrain
Saulll
If you don't plan on using the bundle on the SIM card you have around a 1 hour window to spend the £10 credit on the SIM card before the bundle is activated.
So a £5 PSN top up and 3 minute x-rated phone call for example haha.
Be aware, if you stick with the £10 bundle it expires after 30 days.
Ring me. I'll talk dirty to you for 5 minutes if you send me a fiver.

Instead of cash, will you accept a Vodafone SIM with £5 credit on it?
#32
jamesrugman
You need a .org.uk email to get the student prime....nothing to do with NUS


No, no you don't. You email them a photo of your nus card. Just read the Amazon student pages.
#33
Simpleminded
evostick47
KiNG
does this work with Amazon student discount?
The 5% student discount for Amazon has ended and not renewed. But you can still get 50% off the cost of prime.
are you sure about it?

Yes, it only ran to 31st Oct
#34
Simpleminded
evostick47
KiNG
does this work with Amazon student discount?
The 5% student discount for Amazon has ended and not renewed. But you can still get 50% off the cost of prime.

are you sure about it?


Yep
#35
do you have to be a part time or full time student?
1 Like #36
Ozziecane
do you have to be a part time or full time student?


No, sign up to a free course online. Shaw academy has plenty
#37
Comes with free swastika stencil and pink triangle badges !
#38
saveafew
worth having a look at the writing for children post. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/write-storybooks-for-children-groupon-14-enrol-eligible-for-nus-extra-card-for-13-2529238
pay once and you get to keep renewing your nus card. I bought last year and have just renewed my nus card for a 3 year one.


How did you renew? When I tried to they insisted on sending my card to 'college campus'
#39
Paperlantern
KiNG
does this work with Amazon student discount?


Doesn't exist anymore. Will get you Student Prime membership though.


yes it does they give 5% off your orders until you have had the full allowance (think it's £75 a year) in addition to the 6 months student prime
#40
actually ignore me just logged in and the 5% is no longer active

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