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Computers
Student Discount available at Currys/PC World via Student Beans
Just had this email come through with a few offers at Currys/PC World in store only for "a limited time". 7.5% off HP Laptops over £200 10% off all headphones 25% off all bags, cases and sleeves 10% … Read more
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Graham197913 h, 30 m ago

What we need, going off topic, is to get rid of courses that have no …What we need, going off topic, is to get rid of courses that have no meaningful benefit of society. Medical and STEM get priority, heavily subsidized and the focus of colleges and HE institutions. We have pointless courses that the only outcome is for the students to teach the course. Native American history? Labour destroyed this in 1997 with the "everybody should go" mentality.We HAD a university system that was the envy of the world. Now if you like the look of the building you get to go. We need strict entrance exams to the university not just your a-level grades, we need rolling pass marks in courses, your competing all the time with others on the course. Work experience (paid or voluntary) will be built into the course, those three months over summer wont see you "have a well deserved break" you will work!

There's too much money to be made. Education is no longer about education, it's a business.

Wish I knew that before I got myself in £45,000 of debt + interest. But, parents being parents are always pressuring their kids into university thinking that's the best way to get a good career - in fact it's been the opposite most cases for us uni grads post 2012.

TheUrbis55 m ago

To be fair, Graham, you can't put all students under the same umbrella.As …To be fair, Graham, you can't put all students under the same umbrella.As I posted this deal, you'll appreciate the fact that I'm a student - albeit not in my 20s, and studying from home, but regardless, I'm still a student.I've worked hard and self-funded the vast majority of my courses, and it's being done for my development rather than career or other reasons - I'm lucky to be in a position whereby I've climbed the ranks into a relatively high position employment wise.Admittedly, I'm sure your statement does apply in some cases, but there's also plenty where it doesn't.


What we need, going off topic, is to get rid of courses that have no meaningful benefit of society. Medical and STEM get priority, heavily subsidized and the focus of colleges and HE institutions. We have pointless courses that the only outcome is for the students to teach the course. Native American history? Labour destroyed this in 1997 with the "everybody should go" mentality.

We HAD a university system that was the envy of the world. Now if you like the look of the building you get to go. We need strict entrance exams to the university not just your a-level grades, we need rolling pass marks in courses, your competing all the time with others on the course. Work experience (paid or voluntary) will be built into the course, those three months over summer wont see you "have a well deserved break" you will work!

ollie8712 h, 47 m ago

Well to be fair student discounts are not about the money, if they were …Well to be fair student discounts are not about the money, if they were then the discounts would be better.It's a token gesture to a group of people going through a very important and informative point of their life, if a company treats them well during this period they've got a customer for life.Then again, that reasoning requires intelligence, empathy, and common sense. It's hard to believe anyone who uses the word "snowflake" without irony is capable of such reasoning.


I brought up the money as a lot of the older people that I see complain say about not having discounts like these when they were a student but forget about the massive jump in fees All very true though!
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Graham19793 m ago

To be fair I wanted to hear it from him.What we have here is students …To be fair I wanted to hear it from him.What we have here is students bawling their eyes out that they only get a "small" discount when other people don't get one at all. Even then this isn't good enough for them, they want more, because they have no money. Their loans are tax payed subsidised, they're economically inactive for the next three years and still want more.Poor Ollie87 thinks that such things will earn these companies a customer for life, he is very wrong indeed. Ollie thinks I have no empathy with university students and yes that is in most cases correct. The generation that looks for excuses for everything and are upset and offended by everything while being fluid gender, non-binary, trans-age. The pensioners have no money, the working poor have no money, the "Just About Managing" familes have no money but yet Ollie thinks that students should have a discount because they have no money. Poor Ollie doesn't seem to understand that they discounts offered by these awful companies is not borne by the companies they simply pass these costs on.Poor Ollie thinks discounts are a token gesture and not a sales gimmick. Poor Ollie thinks the whole world owes him because he is a student. Poor Ollie has no idea. I'm sure Ollie will get a job while studying or while he studied and pay tax.


To be fair, Graham, you can't put all students under the same umbrella.

As I posted this deal, you'll appreciate the fact that I'm a student - albeit not in my 20s, and studying from home, but regardless, I'm still a student.

I've worked hard and self-funded the vast majority of my courses, and it's being done for my development rather than career or other reasons - I'm lucky to be in a position whereby I've climbed the ranks into a relatively high position employment wise.

Admittedly, I'm sure your statement does apply in some cases, but there's also plenty where it doesn't.

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Graham19795 h, 48 m ago

Why don't you enlighten me?


To be fair, he has... 3 posts up.
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Travel
Today only; up to 25% of travelodge (via student beans)
's the fiiiinal countdownnnn. Students can grab 25% discount at Travelodge, but be quick - the boosted discount drops every 3 hours ;) so GO, GO, GO! I can't login to my account at the moment - so I … Read more
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Has anyone managed to get a code

only valid on stays after 7th of May!

I'm waiting too

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Come on guys - someone give your pals at HDUK the code, so we can all benefit...

anybody got the code?

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Restaurants
Free takeaway (up to £15) from JustEat with Studentbeans for new Quidco users
Not sure if it's been posted, but worth checking your email! Studentbeans has got a new offer that if you are a new Quidco user (or existing users - use your imagination), you can get a £15 cashback… Read more
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sicklysweet

Wow. Just wow. A teenager decides to further their education, their life, … Wow. Just wow. A teenager decides to further their education, their life, their career and you automatically have prejudice against them because of that positive life choice?!They've chosen to do something positive with their life, if that means they get x% off a sodding takeaway, they're welcome to it. I'd rather the uk community and economy be filled with people who have potential and the drive to further their life & careers than people who feel like they can't be arsed and feel as though society owes them something.



Classic moronic interpretation of someone's post.
Where did I say I'd rather the UK be filled with people who can't be arsed?
I said students don't need free stuff and I begrudge that. I begrudge them receiving student loans that don't get paid off and I begrudge the notion that receiving free tuition is a legitimate idea.
Don't tarnish me with your idiot brush just because you can't even take down an argument like mine then go to miss-represent.
It's all about fairness. Unfortunately you can't measure determination or any other feel good drivel so it's an unsuitable scale to determine if someone should receive MONEY.

After all, it's all about free money.
Classy.
Nobel.
Esteemed.
Ever so determined.

Give everyone free money or give nobody anything.

robo989

Young students are generally people who haven't been dealt any of the … Young students are generally people who haven't been dealt any of the stock realities of life most of us have faced that leave us jaded and cynical, yet feel they understand them more than those that have.Kids learning about life through mob rule, group think and political correctness when it suits.They aren't getting any hot votes from me to enjoy a pizza while they are doing it.




Wow. Just wow.

A teenager decides to further their education, their life, their career and you automatically have prejudice against them because of that positive life choice?!

They've chosen to do something positive with their life, if that means they get x% off a sodding takeaway, they're welcome to it.

I'd rather the uk community and economy be filled with people who have potential and the drive to further their life & careers than people who feel like they can't be arsed and feel as though society owes them something.

Edited by: "sicklysweet" 1st Jun

gimmeadealplease

But they are still the people who will choose your nursing home!



I don't doubt their ability to make shrewd self-serving decisions to the detriment of everyone apart from themselves.
Fortunately they are lazy and entitled enough to not bother voting.
Something about not being allowed to bring a selfie stick into the voting booth.

lauraflora

jelous maybe?!



You've proven my point.
What might I be jealous of? Them being pandered to with free stuff and yet only 30% of the lazy **** pay off their student loans?
Jealous? Nope.
Disgusted. Yep.

robo989

Young students are generally people who haven't been dealt any of the … Young students are generally people who haven't been dealt any of the stock realities of life most of us have faced that leave us jaded and cynical, yet feel they understand them more than those that have.Kids learning about life through mob rule, group think and political correctness when it suits.They aren't getting any hot votes from me to enjoy a pizza while they are doing it.


But they are still the people who will choose your nursing home!
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Computers
60% of kaspersky software (Student Beans) + £15 cashback from CompleteSavings free trial (Student email required)
Use Student Beans to purchase any Kaspersky 2017 software then use the CompleteSavings free trial to claim £15 cashback and then cancel the account. Could get Kaspersky Anti-Virus or Internet Securi… Read more
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what is CompleteSavings?

If you have a Barclays account, then it's free

student email address required as verification
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Restaurants
*Heads up* 15% off £5 spend at KFC using valid ac.uk email on studentbeans
Heads up for KFC'ers with a valid ac.uk email account especially if you eat there regularly. 15% off a £5 spend plus a Colonels Club stamp when you link a studentbeans account ID to the Colonels Club … Read more
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Vanderlust

Just can't do it. I'll binge on takeaway every once in a while, but … Just can't do it. I'll binge on takeaway every once in a while, but seriously, some things are not meant for human consumption.https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=kfc+brains&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwif4eP0j8bMAhUoAcAKHXDHA-AQ_AUIBygB&biw=1440&bih=771


http://www.saveur.com/sites/saveur.com/files/import/2010/images/2010-01/126-41-canton-meats400.jpg
Cantonese Roast Duck.Yum!!

In HK and China,it is common for chix and duck dishes to be served whole,ie.with the head and bottom on.
If pieces are missing,customers will complain.:D

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qwerta369

Cold for starting the thread with *heads up*.



https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/e0/a8/49/e0a849187f1809a5668ccec7abb6c6d7.jpg

Cold for starting the thread with *heads up*.

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redsquirrel

You better of filling the survey out to get 20% off. Also they won't … You better of filling the survey out to get 20% off. Also they won't stack discount and you can't use discounts when you use your kfc card.



But you can only get two stamps a month via this method by filling in the receipt details on the colonels club app. Ok if you go twice a month but not if you go more times

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jamiedb

You get the stamp but you can't the rewards with the 15% off e.g getting … You get the stamp but you can't the rewards with the 15% off e.g getting a Boneless Banquet for 9p when you've collected 11 (the £5 off reward) stamps



The discount states on the app that you cant use it with the other offers or the £5 reward, but you can use it with the free side and free snack rewards
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Restaurants
15% STUDENT discount at KFC Banned
Unlock 15% off when you spend £5 or more at participating KFC restaurants. Just register with Student Beans and use the KFC app
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deanos

better buying a dip for 10p, then fill out the survey online for 20% off … better buying a dip for 10p, then fill out the survey online for 20% off your next order, and keep repeating the process ,only need to buy the dip on 1st visit

good idea but they would probably forget to pack the dip lol

KFC are useless my local one either they've run out of chicken or if you're lucky and they have enough they then screw up the order by forgetting to put all the items in the bag, f##k the colonel!

better buying a dip for 10p, then fill out the survey online for 20% off your next order, and keep repeating the process ,only need to buy the dip on 1st visit

all of that for chicken blimeeey!!

Jimdabod

​does that mean a nus extra card would work? lol



No it wont work. Read it all
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Entertainment
Mamma Mia ticket plus two course meal package £29.00 (+ £2.50 postage) @ Studentbeans
Mon-Thu only. Other well priced ticket + dinner packages available. Do you have to be a student? I don't think so but please correct me if you know otherwise.
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Why is this a 'deal'? The seats are £20 seats, so you're paying £9 for some pizza!

A better deal would be on the £65 tickets where the meal is thrown in for free.

However, I'm sure someone can tell us how to get discounted tickets which would make the 'deal' even more irrelevant.

Will we only get beans for dinner??
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Groceries
20% off your order - direct link @ hungryhouse.co.uk
This is a recurring discount currently with no expiry date Click Get Deal and 20% is automatically deducted from checkout on any order - no minimum spend YOU must have a unique mobile number as they… Read more
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Must be a student, boo!

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fatmz

i have got the validation code.. but its not working when i enter it … i have got the validation code.. but its not working when i enter it under gift voucher?


you do not enter it there
you go through as normal past payment screen then it prompts for validation code sent in mobile

i have got the validation code.. but its not working when i enter it under gift voucher?

just tried it myself. new emails and numbers. still doesnt accept code. shame.
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Freebies
Free RedSpottedHanky £10 voucher for students with Student Beans
IMPORTANT: Your RSH account must be a university email address (.ac.uk) Save your cash for more important things this term with a free £10 train ticket voucher from Red Spotted Hanky! Whether you're… Read more
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Don't try anymore! They ran out of codes!

Codes gone

Got the voucher.
Thank

Thanks very much OP, I got one. Voted hot.

PS: The codes are NOT generic, and will be unique per account, so there's no point in sharing them, as they will be for one-time use only with a valid ac.uk e-mail address.

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mayfair11

I saw that on your first post, but I don't see a link to that anywhere … I saw that on your first post, but I don't see a link to that anywhere when you get the code, like just for their benefit idk why there wouldnt be a link when you get the code. If you see what I'm saying!



Yeah, I thought exactly the same thing!
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FREE £5 amazon cashback credit (spend on home garden & diy) @ quidco via studentbeans
all you need to do is sign up to studentbeans and quidco make a amazon purchase on selected amazon catergioes* then recieve £5 cashback credit to spend on home garden and diy student beans has many o… Read more
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Love it how every time a Starbucks or Amazon deal come on here, other users will drop in a tax comment (and now mental welfare of children). Then an apple product appears and they drop a comment about how rubbish Apple products are!

MJV

All decent people should boycott Amazon over tax, appalling treatment of … All decent people should boycott Amazon over tax, appalling treatment of its staff and running that disgusting site ask.fm that has indirectly been responsible for several suicides of young people. If I had a child I would be asking myself is it worth saying 25p on a book to ensure that we have no revenue to spend on schools and hospitals, and to help this company run a website that places the mental welfare of my child in danger?



you overemphasis to the extreme making any point you have lost in the groans of readers.

1) tax - if you boycott them, why not everyone else? At least they pay a minuscule amount, energy and water companies pay nowt!
2) poor treatment of staff - guess you hand craft your clothing, otherwise you pretty much partake in far worse staff treatment.
3) "indirectly been responsible for several suicides of young people". that is a VERY INDIRECT link between amazon.co.uk and the suicide of teenagers. Blame lies with the users who caused such tragerdies, i'm slightly offended that you feel the need to shift some blame off them to a company simply because it runs a Q&A website.
4) no revenue for schools - The difference between amazon avoided tax payment and current payment is a tiny amount of the tax budget. Other far more important issues causing a far greater effect on the revenue available such as the election of David Cameron and Trident.
5) If amazon.co.uk has placed the mental welfare of your child in danger then it is advisable she seeks professional help. This is the first case I have ever heard of.

MJV

That is why I boycott the company, have signed petitions, have complained … That is why I boycott the company, have signed petitions, have complained to my MP and MEP etc etc. what have YOU done??



Nothing as I don't really care about it - hence why I haven't been moaning...

Though if you genuinely believe Amazon put the "mental health of your children" in danger and is responsible for child suicides, your actions seem wholly inadequate.

Boycott the company - no-one cares.
Sign a petition - no-one cares.
Complain to MP/MEP - virtually nothing will be done.

Though do you really genuinely believe Amazon is responsible for child suicides? Because if you do, I also find it rather bizarre that your main issue against them was not paying tax, with the child deaths just a minor back-up point?

deadleg21

If you have decided to boycott companies who avoid taxes, then good luck … If you have decided to boycott companies who avoid taxes, then good luck with your shopping! Might have to resort to making your own bread and growing your own veg. Oh and you can forget about having any electricity or water supply - they are the worst!



All decent people should boycott Amazon over tax, appalling treatment of its staff and running that disgusting site ask.fm that has indirectly been responsible for several suicides of young people. If I had a child I would be asking myself is it worth saying 25p on a book to ensure that we have no revenue to spend on schools and hospitals, and to help this company run a website that places the mental welfare of my child in danger?

If you have decided to boycott companies who avoid taxes, then good luck with your shopping! Might have to resort to making your own bread and growing your own veg. Oh and you can forget about having any electricity or water supply - they are the worst!


MJV

That is why I boycott the company, have signed petitions, have complained … That is why I boycott the company, have signed petitions, have complained to my MP and MEP etc etc. what have YOU done??

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Freebies
FREE Issue of The Economist
Feeling curious or open-minded? Try out The Economist with your FREE copy now
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waste of time - don't bother!! your not Osborne are you

I used to get this years ago when cheap. I got a free trial recently and what a load of biased tosh. I would not use this as toilet paper. I wanted to ring them up and ask how they could sell such utter crap as journalism.

Whenever you need to cancel - it's truly a bad deal ...... so often they just continue to take your money ... your cancelation got 'lost' .... waste of time - don't bother!!

No thanks from me either I'm afraid. We signed up to this last time and when it came time for us to cancel (which we did, over the phone), they continued to take money for 3 months as they 'forgot' to cancel our subscription - despite more than half a dozen phone calls. Swindling barstewards!

Ring to arrange delivery.............................and try the hard sell while we are at it, no thanks, only a tit would fall for it
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Student only: BOGOF - 24 Krispy Kreme for £7.95!
Just received this through email earlier. Get the voucher from studentbeans, print it out and bring it with your student card to the nearest Krispy Kreme store. Deal not valid in Tesco etc! A dozen… Read more
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voucher has expired btw

only for students

Hot deal!! Hope they repeat it in time for my birthday in July!

I love Krispy Kreme though I feel my teeth decaying after eating them!

Hot from me. Yes they are overpriced, yes they are about 500000 calories each, but they are scrummy and this is a good reduction. Getting cold cos its only for students maybe.
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Are you / your friend students? CINEWORLD cinema tickets: 2 for 1, Mondays to Thursdays!
Brilliant deal if you or a friend are a student, available four days a week unlike the ongoing Orange Wednesday deal. You need to print out a voucher: one per film booking for two people. It doesn't… Read more
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why is this expired? its still going

Not sure how, but I used this voucher for 2 tix to watch Harry Potter last week in 3D, including 2 pairs of 3D glasses, cost less than £6?!

So you might be able to see the film you want 241, depending on the staff that day...? Think il stick with orange wedensdays and showcase or downloading.


Edited by: "Hpi_matrix" 25th Jul 2011

this is nothing new, been using this deal all year

KPGills

I alway use the voucher. Went today and say Harry Potter no problem at … I alway use the voucher. Went today and say Harry Potter no problem at all. They wouldn't let us into the 3D version despite other staff OKing it before, but no probe with the 2D one. The voucher does state its not valid for 3D showings so couldn't argue :)Keith



Maybe its because I went to see it on the Monday directly following the release.
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Alton Towers 62% off @ StudentBeans = £15
During July, you can get 62% off at Alton Towers, which means each Adult will pay £15 each. This is better than the BOGOF vouchers!!
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Only 40% off now.

Where is the next best deal after this?

whats the max amount of ppl you can take with this?
Thinking about going for the 1st time ever
would be great to go as a group!

Just signed up to student beans, planning on going next Friday with 7 others. Just finished my last year at uni but my NUS card expires 30/09/11 so I should be able to get the offer.

PAUL7331

Went yesterday and it was ****! 1-2 hour queues on ALL rides!



I am going a week on monday. School in the lake district haven't finished for summer yet, have schools in the midlands/south already finished (hence why it was so busy?)

i think it will be worth £10+ to get a fastrack on a few of the rides.

Went yesterday and it was ****! 1-2 hour queues on ALL rides!
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Cineworld 2 for 1 tickets for students £3.00 per ticket @Student Beans
Offer valid Monday-Thrusday and student ID is normally required. Prices vary according the the cinema but on average it is around £6 for a ticket so around £3 each. Offer can only be used for 2D fil… Read more
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Pretty simple
If only 1 of you has the student card, the student would receive the free ticket, the other person would pay full adult price, like anywhere offering 2for 1, basically the cheapest is free & you pay for the expensive ticket

If you show 2 student cards, they should give you the student ticket price (my area is £4.50)
Afterall both of you are entitled to student ticket prices, with this voucher you get 1 free
If not, your getting done over by your cinema
Edited by: "eltaf350z" 30th Jun 2011

5208

£8.30 for a student ticket.Damn , that's expensive.I thought our local … £8.30 for a student ticket.Damn , that's expensive.I thought our local cineworld was expensive, seeing as in some places student tickets are around £4 something.



Ah sorry I was forgetting this was student prices...I paid that for full price adult. Still ridiculous though lol.


-Kev

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Kev`

"£6 on average" ... Try £8.30 for normal 2D screens. :o-Kev



£8.30 for a student ticket.Damn , that's expensive.I thought our local cineworld was expensive, seeing as in some places student tickets are around £4 something.

This is a great offer, and has been around forever. It works at the Trocadero cineworld (Shaftesbury Avenue) where its £6.90 for a 2D film.
Oddly enough, whenever I've been going with non-students and not been able to use this offer, I've never been asked for ID, but when I use this offer, I get asked for ID. Why so serious about the ID for the offer, but not normally?

posted this offer a while back, good offer as people dont always know it is available
hotukdeals.com/dea…e=3
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Student Offer Only - 2 For 1 At Cineworld: Works Out At £2.75 Per Ticket @ Student Beans
Obviously not for everyone, however it doesn't stop you telling the kids etc. Student beans, an offers website for students have been offering this for as long as I can remember. Just sign up (free)… Read more
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cool!

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admin, why expired? this is an ongoing offer?

Bloody students are always getting free stuff......heat added begrudgingly

Thanks for this deal, I went to the cinema last night with my Fiancee. We were both asked for ID and it worked out at £4.80 for 2 tickets to see 'Unknown' Great film - especially for £2.40 each!

Where can we find out what films are freelist suspended?
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Home & Garden
500,000 Offers and Freebies for Students
Lots of freebies and offers for students and its all free!! :D
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Heat added, it's free

Heat. Haters gonna hate it seems...

My son's college isnt on the sign up page

Heat for students, 2 for 1 in cineworld glasgow...

thanks will pass on to my boys
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2-1 Cinema Ticket's @ StudentBeans
Basically identical to Orange Wednesdays @ Cineworld, except it's Monday - Thursday (and no 35p charge) I think it's atleast 1 student per 2 ticket's Prob's been posted before, but i assume its been… Read more
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louiselouise

I don't understand some people's (usually ill-informed) hatred of … I don't understand some people's (usually ill-informed) hatred of students. My brother stays with mum, works full-time, studies, and has student debts to pay off in their thousands. I'd hardly call it the life or riley.Sigh..I suppose these comments are just to get a reaction.I'm sure the "lazy" ones are the ones who flunk their exams and live on the student union beer, you get them in every walk of humanity!By the way, I voted hot. Edited By: louiselouise on Jul 22, 2010 12:08: Typing in haste Edited By: louiselouise on Jul 22, 2010 12:09: Edit function not updating properly




you are bang on! most students do work, its a full time education for most.
But like you say, there are some (usually doing a pointless degree), who dont do anything. 90% work hard.
Edited by: "dantheman3989" 22nd Jul 2010

The edit function on here drives me mad! Argh. Three times I've tried to edit my post.

I don't understand some people's (usually ill-informed) hatred of students. My brother stays with mum, works full-time, studies, and has student debts to pay off in their thousands. I'd hardly call it the life or riley.

Sigh..I suppose these comments are just to get a reaction.

I'm sure the "lazy" ones are the ones who flunk their exams and live on the student union beer, you get them in every walk of humanity!

By the way, I voted hot.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 22nd Jul 2010

i used to "abuse" this offer as one student one adult for about a year until they started asking for the second student card...the text does say "This voucher entitles the bearer to one free student ticket to any film when a student ticket is purchased..."

can't be sure tho try it at your local...i know chichester are asking for the second student card...

could be that it was just mentioned in a local meeting or could be that it was a nationwide communication to keep an eye out for this offer and ask for the second student card...

golemsmate

wait a minute... I'm a student studying at University. I do not sign onto … wait a minute... I'm a student studying at University. I do not sign onto the dole and the government give me no money, or my parents. I also have a part time job to keep me going during the holiday period.I see where you come from, some people do that but a majority of them are NOT students, they're people who live with their parents or on council estates.



In mah day we 'ad to exist on full grant and we were made to pish it away 't students union, work no hours a day mind, and still got a degree 't end of three years, and saddled with no student debts for next ten years...you were lucky...luxury!

(only problem is I now have kids and I'll be paying out this time times two! - so good on yer students if you get discount as it saves me the money too!)