RHS Student Membership £10 a year with NUS Card
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RHS Student Membership £10 a year with NUS Card

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Found 13th AprEdited by:"crissy_uk"
Hi I noticed a few people saying there wasn't much to be had getting a NUS card, apart from the 6 months amazon, and a co-op discount. I did this last month, and thought it was a good deal. You just fill in the form, send off a picture of your student card, and they call you back a day later to take the £10 payment. You get access to the main gardens, and limited access to other gardens at certain times in the year, magazines etc The gardens are lovely.

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She's gonna end up with broken legs, you can see that geezer is ready to go really fast with that poor lass in the barrow...
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She's gonna end up with broken legs, you can see that geezer is ready to go really fast with that poor lass in the barrow...
You don't even need a nus card to get the Amazon deal just a letter of proof
You get free McFlurry or cheese burger at McDs with NUS when you buy a meal. I have also used it for varies discounts at cinema and shops like new look.. loads of places to use it very easily.. thanks for one more...
If this is open to only horticultural students then the title is misleading.
LionelRichieFan45 m ago

If this is open to only horticultural students then the title is …If this is open to only horticultural students then the title is misleading.



Also available to:

  • Students in full time education (16–19 years)

  • Students in full time education (19+)
Pasted off link "RHS student membership is open to students living in the UK who are:
Horticultural students and apprentices, full or part time

Students in full time education (16–19 years)

Students in full time education (19+)"

From the way it is laid out, I think if you fulfill any of those criteria you are eligible. So full time students would qualify too
The membership application form makes it clear that you qualify if you meet any of the three criteria.
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My son studies Engineering and I just have a NUS card and we both signed up no problem, so not just for those studying plants x
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