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10% discount on games for students only

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1d, 1w agoFound 1 decade, 1 week ago / expired 1 Dec 101 December 2010
Instructions:Good news if your a student! We've hooked up with NUS Extra to offer you a 10% discount on all orders at TheGameCollection.net. If you're a student and haven't got an NUS Extra card head over to the NUS Extra website for details of how to get one or pop into your Students Union and ask them.

Once you've got your card then it's easy to get 10% off at TheGameCollection.net. Add the items you'd like to buy to your shopping basket, as normal. When viewing the contents of your basket, enter the code STUDENT10% in the promotion code box. Then click on Update Basket to apply your discount. You can still add more items to your basket after adding the code and you'll receive even more savings.

Once youve added all the items you want to your basket click on Checkout to checkout as usual. Below the boxes for entering your credit card details you'll see an extra box for NUS Extra Card No. where you'll need to enter your card number.

You MUST enter your NUS Extra Card Number during checkout otherwise your order will not be eligible for the 10% discount. All NUS Extra card numbers are verified during processing of your order and orders will not be fulfilled if your number is invalid, so please enter it carefully.
 
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1d, 1w agoFound 1 decade, 1 week ago / expired 1 Dec 101 December 2010
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#1
I suppose nothing to stop you borrowing a student card number from a student you know...:thumbsup:
#2
hotscot
I suppose nothing to stop you borrowing a student card number from a student you know...:thumbsup:


:shock: That's naughty!
#3
Donleeone
:shock: That's naughty!



Naughty,but i bet some people will do this.....or let the student buy this for you...;-)
#4
They might be checking the name the card is registered to so you might not get your order if you borrow a card. The NUS Extra cards cost £10 so NUS will probably be quite eager to stop them being used fraudulently.

Hadn't heard of the site. The prices I saw didn't seem that special even with the 10% off. I'm sure they'll be cheaper on some things, but it's hard to beat hmv.co.uk with 5% games reward points, AND 10% discount for NUS extra card holders AND THEN 11% quidco... usually with just about the cheapest price for what I'm after in the first place!

The 10% discount does seem to apply to consoles too (unlike HMV's 10% student discount), so if you're spending over £100 you make back the £10 fee for the NUS extra card straight away!
#5
Just type in 18 random digits (numbers) and you get the 10% off :thumbsup: worked for me.
#6
Hixxy22
Just type in 18 random digits (numbers) and you get the 10% off :thumbsup: worked for me.


not really a good thing to do though, you are using someones NUS number that you have not got permission from, it just isn't morally correct.
#7
mug51
not really a good thing to do though, you are using someones NUS number that you have not got permission from, it just isn't morally correct.


Neither is NUS charging us students £10 a year for a card which undermines individual universities' own student card scheme. At Nottingham we have been forced to remove the "NUS" logo as they charged the university £50,000 a year for this privilege, so stuff NUS Extra and their Imperialist ways.
#8
LOL That is so cool. Seriously 18 random digits. I've got a feeling it doesn't even know or detect who's card it is it just looks if there's 18 digits and if there is then it gives the discount.
#9
mug51
not really a good thing to do though, you are using someones NUS number that you have not got permission from, it just isn't morally correct.


neither is students getting a discount when tax payers don't:whistling:

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