5% off Books, CDs and DVDs @ Amazon for students !
5% off Books, CDs and DVDs @ Amazon for students !

5% off Books, CDs and DVDs @ Amazon for students !

Cant see this being posted anywhere so here we go...

AMAZON are offering students a further 5% off Amazon.co.uk's thousands of low prices on books, music and DVDs. All you need to do to take up the offer is own a valid NUS Extra card, and follow the instructions below on how to get your extra 5%.

[1] Take a note of the promotional code as displayed on the NUSextra website.

[2] On the Amazon.co.uk website, select the items you wish to order using your shopping basket (please note you cannot use the 1-click shopping method when redeeming a promotional code). In the order form you'll see a box that says "Have a gift certificate or promotional claim code?" Enter your promotional code into the box and click the "Apply" button. You will be able to see that the value of your promotional code has been deducted from the total cost of products in the order summary.


Been around for ages - the card is a tenner per year, and this is the only useful discount really, so only good if your spending >200 in the year. If bought + applied now it will only last til August 31st, so better off waiting till the new academic year. I think pretty much everyone with one will know of the offer given its in the welcome letter etc, and those that dont either wont be using it enough to justify the spend, or aren't students.

most places take my student college card as student id and dont care about the NUS card... 5% off at amazon is hardly great either

I got mine free with my Lloyds TSB account.
No way would I have paid a tenner for it as I've only used it twice!

This is also an "ISIC" card and therefore is recognised all over Europe and even further afield. You can get all kinds of student discounts with it abroad whilst on holiday/elective....it's definitely worth it for some people.

...and an extra 5% off amazon prices adds up!!!

Hey, do you think you can give me the discount code from the NUS extra site for Topman or Topshop.

Really would help a lot.

Thanks so much,
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