Co-op gives students 10% discount on shopping wiith NUS extra
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Co-op gives students 10% discount on shopping wiith NUS extra

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Found 13th Sep 2013
10% discount with students with NUS extra, glad to see this back.

NUS Extra Card costs £12 for 12 months
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Excellent, thanks for he heads up & heat

Not to be sniffed at if Co-Op is your nearest supermarket but generally speaking you will get better prices from the other supermarkets without the discount.

DD will be happy!!

xx

This is fantastic news, co-op have plenty of offers that beat other supermarkets, their magazines and newspapers are the same price and not really any difference in confectionary. Great for me as that's my local top up shop

10% off food, drink, household products, newspapers and magazines, confectionary and flowers, exclusive to NUS extra cardholders.

Who like me thinks students should pay 10% more when they start work.:p
Edited by: "Broxy" 13th Sep 2013

10% off reduced items?!

Heat!

Hot! we need all the help we can get

Glad I seen this as I shop in Co-op nearly every single day as it's my local. Now all I need is a NUS Card! :l

Living in Aberystwyth, this could be a potential godsend :')

Broxy

Who like me thinks students should pay 10% more when they start work.:p



No one

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Coop is expensive anyway even with the discount.

Broxy

Who like me thinks students should pay 10% more when they start work.:p



Trust me, the student loan repayments are already enough...

Co op is so dear, but its my local store so sometimes I have no choice but to nip there. I'm also happy to see a NUS offering a discount I can use. I only ever use the megabus discount. Thanks op!!

Broxy

Who like me thinks students should pay 10% more when they start work.:p


haha no thanks, it would put me off looking for one!

Does not say alcohol is excluded, cheap booze would be good

dealhunter215

haha no thanks, it would put me off looking for one!



Looking for a student or a job? I hope you meant student

Does anyone know if this includes the NUS Apprenticeship Extra Card?

Not sure how much use 10% off would be, unless your picking up odds and sods (milk etc).
5% off @ ASDA/Sainsburys like I get from my employer would be better.

timothyw9

Not sure how much use 10% off would be, unless your picking up odds and … Not sure how much use 10% off would be, unless your picking up odds and sods (milk etc).5% off @ ASDA/Sainsburys like I get from my employer would be better.



Surely 10% of any food and drink is just a nice bonus? If you did say £200 worth of shopping every month (assuming it's your main supermarket for food and drink) that's a couple of hundred a year. not to be sniffed at.

That's amazing. Pretty much do all my shopping from the local co-op!

Banned

Bloody students always getting something for nothing

KevClark1985

Surely 10% of any food and drink is just a nice bonus? If you did say … Surely 10% of any food and drink is just a nice bonus? If you did say £200 worth of shopping every month (assuming it's your main supermarket for food and drink) that's a couple of hundred a year. not to be sniffed at.



It's a good deal, but if as a student you are spending £200 a month on groceries you are not the best bargain hunter :P

Personally I think approved foods is much better s a student - save alot on there for background staples of a student - cous cous, pasta etc

aberfal

Bloody students always getting something for nothing



thanks to the gov, being a university student these days is a very expensive privilege. Ofc back in the day when those in their 30s-40s could go to university what you say is true. For those of us who have to burden ourselves with lifelong debt your comments are completely out of touch with modern day student life.

deadleg21

It's a good deal, but if as a student you are spending £200 a month on … It's a good deal, but if as a student you are spending £200 a month on groceries you are not the best bargain hunter :PPersonally I think approved foods is much better s a student - save alot on there for background staples of a student - cous cous, pasta etc



I think when taking booze into account £200 is def about right. Plus not all students are mega poor, I worked while at Uni and lived reasonably well, understand not all are in that situation, but 10% off , no matter the spend is still good for saving pennies.

is the nus extra card different than the nus card? i got mine last year and its a yellow card.

panayiotis92

is the nus extra card different than the nus card? i got mine last year … is the nus extra card different than the nus card? i got mine last year and its a yellow card.



mine was a yellow/green last year, just got my new one for this year and it's blue...must change the colours each year.

panayiotis92

is the nus extra card different than the nus card? i got mine last year … is the nus extra card different than the nus card? i got mine last year and its a yellow card.

the NUS card is free, NUS Extra is £12 a year

Anyone looking for an NUS Extra card... I got one via the free Vision2Learn course that I did last year. I fully admit I'm not a student, but I did a course, applied for the NUS Extra card (it says on their website that distance learning and part-time courses are fine), and gave my college details as the one that I was doing my V2L course through. The college very kindly posted my card to my home address for me.

See:
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Broxy

Who like me thinks students should pay 10% more when they start work.:p


Who like me thinks people like this should pay 10% more for the stupidity :P

panddda

Anyone looking for an NUS Extra card... I got one via the free … Anyone looking for an NUS Extra card... I got one via the free Vision2Learn course that I did last year. I fully admit I'm not a student, but I did a course, applied for the NUS Extra card (it says on their website that distance learning and part-time courses are fine), and gave my college details as the one that I was doing my V2L course through. The college very kindly posted my card to my home address for me.See:http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/free-level-2-qualifications-7-subjects-for-england-residents-only-1637634



You should post this as a deal

S23

You should post this as a deal



Nah, too many people would take it up and it would just cause hassle. I don't know if I should technically have got one, or if the college were supposed to post it to me, so don't want to get anyone in trouble. I'm sure if a few people try it from here it'll be fine, but don't want the masses getting wind of it!

timothyw9

Not sure how much use 10% off would be, unless your picking up odds and … Not sure how much use 10% off would be, unless your picking up odds and sods (milk etc).5% off @ ASDA/Sainsburys like I get from my employer would be better.

Which employer gives 5% off at Asda and Sainsbury's?

I think most people on this site must be thinking... NUS for £12 ?? .................. WHERE ?

that should be the Q for most people

offhistrolley

Which employer gives 5% off at Asda and Sainsbury's?



I work for a uni and get this via edenred.uk.com/Scr…NE= also includes morrisons & m&s,

Edited by: "500miles" 13th Sep 2013

10% off magazines and newspapers is worthwhile and Co-op weekend offers are sometimes good. 10% off gluten free bread and cereals is good, cos they are expensive in the first place. So worthwhile if you pick and choose - but I agree that Co-op is generally expensive.

I lived in a student flat above a Co-op last year... this would've been handy.

offhistrolley

Which employer gives 5% off at Asda and Sainsbury's?



Most large companies cooperate benefits schemes do this - (you get 5% off asda re-fillable gift card)

Only a small Co-OP near me but this is handy to know, thank you OP, heat added.

Broxy

Who like me thinks students should pay 10% more when they start work.:p


Safe to say you've a unique viewpoint by the looks don't go putting yourself forward as an MP any time soon
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