10% OFF AT COOP with an NUS Extra card.
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10% OFF AT COOP with an NUS Extra card.

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Expires on 31/12/2017Edited by:"Adhith"Found 25th Oct
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With over 2,000 stores and 10% off with your NUS extra card, Co-op is the perfect local shop for you to grab some great grub and save money.

You also get a 5% discount with your co-op membership. That makes it a 15% discount on every purchase.

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£79 amazon prime membership for a year or £39 for students.
People will say its not a deal as it gets mentioned a lot. Oh well at least it’ll remind somebody!

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Thanks for the share!

Sadly not all co-ops!!

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Is it available on all purchases at Coop or just one purchase?

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A26819401 m ago

Is it available on all purchases at Coop or just one purchase?

Yes, every purchase you make at qualifying branches.

This is really good if you qualify. I expect you could use your co-op member card too for the 4 or 5% back on own brand products

You can use the NUS card and the co-op loyalty card. Note that you do not get a student discount on anything which goes through as Paypoint including gift cards, phone top ups, gas and electric prepay.

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crumpetman1 m ago

You can use the NUS card and the co-op loyalty card. Note that you do not …You can use the NUS card and the co-op loyalty card. Note that you do not get a student discount on anything which goes through as Paypoint including gift cards, phone top ups, gas and electric prepay.

Yeah, that makes it a 15% discount on each purchase.

That's incorrect, you get 10% discount on the total but 5% cashback on the co-op card but only on co-op branded products.

This has been available for ages, it's pretty much the main selling point for nus extra along with the Amazon offer

crumpetman1 h, 25 m ago

That's incorrect, you get 10% discount on the total but 5% cashback on the …That's incorrect, you get 10% discount on the total but 5% cashback on the co-op card but only on co-op branded products.


Agreed, and even when both discounts are available it works out at 14.5% and not 15%.

This is totally misleading.

You get 10% discount for NUS Extra and 5% back on Co-op branded products only with the membership card. You don't get 5% back off any other brands!

TAH-M25th Oct

Sadly not all co-ops!!


Really? Care to elaborate?

Stompa13 h, 16 m ago

https://www.nus.org.uk/en/nus-extra/discounts/coming-soon-10-off-your-grocery-shopping-at-the-co-operative-food-only-with-nus-extra/Or if you go here: https://finder.coop.co.uk/foodand select a particular store, it will tell you if it accepts NUS Extra.


So almost every (3,000+ stores) then

DemonIT11 h, 14 m ago

So almost every (3,000+ stores) then


Well as it says:


Discount available in 3,200+ Co-op owned stores nationwide including those within the following Co-operative societies:

Midcounties
Southern

Please note, the below Co-operative Societies do NOT accept NUS extra

Heart of England
Chelmsford
Channel Islands
Seaton Valley
Radstock
Penrith
Tamworth
Allendale
Wooldale
Clydebank
Lincolnshire
Coniston
Central England
Scottish Midland

I've no idea how many stores are in each group.

Stompa28th Oct

Well as it says:Discount available in 3,200+ Co-op owned stores nationwide …Well as it says:Discount available in 3,200+ Co-op owned stores nationwide including those within the following Co-operative societies:MidcountiesSouthernPlease note, the below Co-operative Societies do NOT accept NUS extraHeart of England Chelmsford Channel Islands Seaton Valley Radstock Penrith Tamworth Allendale Wooldale Clydebank Lincolnshire ConistonCentral EnglandScottish MidlandI've no idea how many stores are in each group.


As most of the society names imply most of these co-ops operate in very small localised areas and have a small number of stores (most less than 50). Many of the smaller co-ops operate a very distinct branding that sets them aside from 'the co-op group' branding you are likely familiar with. Those people living with/near these stores will likely understand they aren't part of the larger Co-op.

That said there are exceptions. Three of the larger area co-ops (more than a 200 stores each), namely Midcounties, Southern and Central England operate in areas that are overlapped by the larger Co-op Group.They also adopted the common lime green branding a few years back to bring a consistent feel to the overall co-op brand (there are some tell tale signs of who owns what in the stores). This worked too well in that most people don't even realise they are different companies. Co-op Group are currently re-branding to a blue style brand with a re-imaging of the old cloverleaf COOP logo. The other societies are not currently changing their brand.

Co-op Group operate a unified store finder that details which Co-op's are operated by which society. Always worth a look when chasing deals at co-ops to avoid dissapointment.

I went to my local Coop to pick up the £5 frozen meal deal. I gave the cashier my Coop membership card first which she scanned. I then went to give her my NUS card but was told that you can't use both at the same time - is this correct information? Thank you.
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