Students - £20/year The Times, 241 weekend Odeon, tastecard, 1 free coffee, £5 quidco and more
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Students - £20/year The Times, 241 weekend Odeon, tastecard, 1 free coffee, £5 quidco and more

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Found 28th Mar 2016
The Times student pack includes quite a few ongoing discounts including...

241 on Saturday and Sunday at Odeon Cinemas (valid on student prices if you both have ID)
Year long tastecard membership
50% off fiction at WH Smiths
Half-price Picturehouse membership

Plus lots of rotating offers - e.g. free e-books, discounts on exhibition entry, free cinema tickets, etc.

And of course access to the paper's website, sports highlights and it's appalling mobile app.

There's a free gift when you first sign up too - count on getting a code for a free caffe nero coffee.

Current offers are listed here:
mytimesplus.co.uk/pub…ers

Oh, and £5 quidco.

A pretty good package - even just for the cinema discounts.

Student verification is via Unidays.
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But who'd want to sell their soul to the Murdochs (Sun and Times)?

They're already effectively running the country using their influences via the media and their political friends.

Do you want to make it even worse? oO
Newbold

But who'd want to sell their soul to the Murdochs (Sun and Times)?They're … But who'd want to sell their soul to the Murdochs (Sun and Times)?They're already effectively running the country using their influences via the media and their political friends.Do you want to make it even worse? oO




Keep your politics to yourself, this isn't the place.

Sounds a decent deal however student membership for picturehouse is £15 if you buy directly. That's unless The Times are offering it for £7.50?!
the gooner

Keep your politics to yourself, this isn't the place.


Nothing to do with politics - just whether the political flavour of the country should be governed by Rupert Murdoch and his family, and who they decide to support and promote via the Sun and their other media interests.

Doubt there are many supporters of the Sun, Times and Murdoch in Liverpool!
Good deal.

But avoid reading the comments under the articles, they'll make you stupider.
Anyway to sort this with my NUS card?
Says unidays verification code required

can you use nus extra as proof when using 241?
sowotsdis

Says unidays verification code requiredcan you use nus extra as proof … Says unidays verification code requiredcan you use nus extra as proof when using 241?


Yes, once you've got times+ membership you just go to times+ website to get a code, that then provides 2 for 1 tickets on the Odeon website. I buy student tickets on the Odeon website, and then use any student ID if asked at the cinema...
once_upon_a_tyne

Anyway to sort this with my NUS card?


I'm not sure - try calling them? store.thetimes.co.uk/faqs/
Taste Card costs a bit extra and is a very limited version, only valid at restaurants listed on the NUS website.
Newbold

But who'd want to sell their soul to the Murdochs (Sun and Times)?



You're just jealous because he's banging Jerry Hall
Shame it's not in print too!
If someone finds a way to make this work using a Nus Extra card only, please share how you got it done.
Newbold

But who'd want to sell their soul to the Murdochs (Sun and Times)?They're … But who'd want to sell their soul to the Murdochs (Sun and Times)?They're already effectively running the country using their influences via the media and their political friends.Do you want to make it even worse? oO



You do know the BBC has more journalists, more coverage and more public contact than News UK? So your point isn't really valid.
Avallon

Taste Card costs a bit extra and is a very limited version, only valid at … Taste Card costs a bit extra and is a very limited version, only valid at restaurants listed on the NUS website.


No, it is the full version and included at no extra cost. Times+ website provides a redemption code that can be used here: https://www.tastecard.co.uk/redeem/timesplus

You don't get a plastic card, but have access to all the usual offers - just use the tastecard app on iOS/Android/Windows phone.
simont_space

You do know the BBC has more journalists, more coverage and more public … You do know the BBC has more journalists, more coverage and more public contact than News UK? So your point isn't really valid.


You do know that's a crazy argument, don't you?

The BBC has far more resources devoted to international news, certainly, and wider coverage, but there's one big difference - it's under a legal obligation to report honestly and without bias. Left and right both claim that it's biased against them, so it's pretty certain that it maintains a central position. Conservatives don't like that, of course, because they're more used to the right wing bias of pretty much all the UK press.

News UK has no obligation to be unbiased, and it certainly isn't. It regularly uses its position to influence its readers, and in the case of Sun readers it usually succeeds - simply because most of them aren't bright enough to realise that they're being brainwashed and lied to.

What I really object to is Murdoch/News UK's misuse of their position to influence politicians and indeed manipulate the outcome of elections to suit their own financial ends. It's patently wrong, it isn't in the interests of the UK, and it's a pity that some way isn't found to prevent this misuse of power.
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