The Ultimate University Deals Guide! £23.99 @ Argos
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The Ultimate University Deals Guide! £23.99 @ Argos

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Found 8th Sep 2013
Like me, there'll be many people on here who will be heading to university in a few weeks, and haven't bought the countless items needed to start life in a new home. As a result of being a member of this great community, I thought it would be easier to make one big page of things one might take to university, to help any of those planning to go.

I'll post the list of deals I have found in the first comment, as these description boxes have a habit of not letting the links do their job.

I've acquired a list of "essentials" (although some seem rather pointless) from studential.com, which I would be more than happy to share with you on their behalf (I'll post it in the second comment).

The link in the main deal will take you to a lovely deal I've found for a 5-piece pan set.

If there is anything else you're interested in purchasing but can't find a good deal, leave a comment and I'll add it to the list if I find anything

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Original Poster

Living Non-Stick Aluminium 5 Piece Pan Set - argos.co.uk/sta…htm
£23.99 RRP £34.99. Excellent reviews, great little bargain.

50 Piece Non-Stick Kitchen Starter Set - argos.co.uk/sta…JUN
£31.99 RRP £39.99 An excellent all-round kitchen set - pans, cutlery, dinnerware, tupperware - you name it, it will probably have it. Thanks to cshilton1 for this deal.

ASDA Grey and Black Reversible Duvet Set - direct.asda.com/ASD…tml
£6.00 RRP £8.00. One good review, seems like reasonable quality and washing machine-friendly.

IKEA KRÅKRIS Duvet Set - ikea.com/gb/…37/
£4.00 RRP £4.00. Even cheaper at £4 and includes two pillowcases, if you have an IKEA anywhere near you.

Wilko 12-piece Dinner Set - hotukdeals.com/dea…669
£3.00 RRP £10.00 Great deal, for some basic plates - a pefect amount too. Thanks to Prabhs for this deal.

Wilko Everyday Value Hi-ball Glasses x4 - hotukdeals.com/dea…097
£0.85 RRP Unknown. Great deal, Wilko usualy have reasonable quality products. Thanks to hannahs2812 for this deal.

Dunelm 32-piece Dinner Set - hotukdeals.com/dea…522
£9.99 - RRP Unknown. Plates, bowls, cutlery and glasses, everything in one set. Thanks to Mark2111 for this deal.

IKEA 16-piece cutlery set - ikea.com/gb/…85/
£1.20 RRP Unknown Great deal, it's sold out in my local so check before you travel!

The Really Useful Ultimate Student Cookbook (Preowned) - amazon.co.uk/gp/…sed
£2.81 RRP £4.99 Small student cookbook with excellent reviews, for such a cheap price this can't be missed!

The Really Useful Ultimate Student Vegetarian Cookbook (Preowned) - amazon.co.uk/gp/…sed
£2.81 RRP £4.99 And for the "others", a vegetarian version for the same price!

Paracetamol 500mg x16 caplets - boots.com/en/…29/
£0.19 RRP £0.19 Excellent, cheap tablets from a reputable source, to help the hangovers!

Mates Ribbed Condoms x144 - hotukdeals.com/dea…670
£11.99 RRP Unknown Free delivery with these, better to be safe than sorry! Thanks to super_brat1985 for the deal.

Colourmatch 6 Piece Towel Bale - bmstores.co.uk/pro…345
£7.99 RRP £7.99 Cheap towel set at an excellent price - if you like the colour purple.

Lynx Africa Gift Set - hotukdeals.com/dea…438
£1.00 RRP £12.99 Throw away the box, and you're left with a deodorant can and shower gel for 50 pence each. Thanks to jess17 for this deal.

Argos Value Radio Alam Clock - argos.co.uk/sta…htm
£5.39 RRP £5.39 A great little alarm clock, for an absolute steal of a price, with pretty good reviews too.

Canon PIXMA MG3150 Inkjet Printer - ebay.co.uk/itm…546
£22.94 RRP ~£50.00 Great little printer with a huge chunk slashed off the price, comes with 1-year warranty

ColourMatch Desk Lamp - argos.co.uk/sta…htm
£2.99 RRP £5.49 Good saving on a cheap desk lamp, has 4/5 reviews and looks stylish

Bananagrams (Souvenir Edition) - ebay.co.uk/itm…e7e
£7.99 RRP £16.99 Great game at a great price, £1 cheaper than Amazon. Organising a games night is a great way to meet new people.

10 Pack Adult Coat Hangers - bmstores.co.uk/pro…972
£0.99 RRP Unknown Great, cheap ad cheerful clothes hangers in case there aren't any in your cupboards already

Argos Value Range Cordless Kettle - argos.co.uk/sta…htm
£5.00 RRP £5.00 Excellent reviews, I own one of these myself and it has never let me down

20 Pairs of Howard Leight Ear Plugs - amazon.co.uk/Pai…ght
£2.46 RRP £2.46 Good reviews at a cheap cheap price, this deal will help you to sleep easy

70% off stationery in-store at Sainsburys - hotukdeals.com/dea…454

Other than that, I would recommend visiting a B&M Home Stores or Home Bargains if you have one close to you.
These would be great for things like paper, bed sheets, towels, kitchen accessories, stationery etc.

Original Poster

List courtesy of studential.com


Documents

Passport photos
Passport or driving licence
NHS number
National Insurance number
TV Licence
CV and references
Discount travel cards
Bank account details
Address book and email contacts list
Local map
What's on guide
Old textbooks and notes
List of phone numbers
Support notification form
Diary or calander
Doctor and dentist details
Other university documents
Exam certificates
Room insurance
Kitchen

A lot of the kitchen stuff will depend if you're going self catering or not.

Corkscrew
Bottle opener
Mugs
Glasses
Wine glasses
Shot glasses
Kettle
Knives, forks and spoons
Plates
Bowls (for cereal, soup, icecream, etc)
One-person casserole dish
Small frying or omelette pan
1 small, 1 large saucepan with lids
Egg cup
Tin opener
Scissors
Chopping knife
Chopping board - An extra chopping board if you are cutting meat: this way you avoid food poisoning!!!
Vegetable peeler
Cheese grater - (Ikea do a very good one that has the grater as a lid so all the cheese goes into a box/compartment neatly and you can leave it in there to store aswell)
Breadknife
Wooden spoon
Spatula - good for a washing up implement.
Potato Masher (only if you are a fan of mash tho!)
Easy to follow recipe book
Store cupboard ingredients - coffee, tea, milk, sugar, eggs, margarine, cooking oil, salt and pepper - and let's not forget pasta
Coffee whitener - for when you run out of milk
Sandwich bags - good for lots of stuff you open and need to contain. e.g. sugar / teabags and things
Plastic bowl or box with lid
Microwaveable bowl
Cling film
Tin foil
Sieve
Tea towels
Oven gloves
Washing-up stuff - Washing-up liquid / Dishcloth / Scrubbing brush
Tray - For carrying food to your room and to stop you making a mess if you're not eating at a table
Chopsticks
Studying

Desk lamp (Halogen)
Book chair - saves a lot of neck strain if you are making notes out of a big book]
Notice board - for timetables, numbers, etc. Some halls may already provide one.
Message board with erasable marker eg. a mini white board or one of those magnetic sand ones that you can wipe
Diary/planner - to keep track of assignments
Dictionary and thesaurus
A pad of lined paper - for making notes/doing drafts etc
Ream of printing paper
A4 folders
Pens, pencils, paper, files, highlighters
Scissors
Sticky tape
Stapler, hole punch
Sticky labels
Post-it notes
Paper clips
White Tac - so it doesn't mark the walls
Stamps and envelopes
Outdoor

Sports gear
Bike
Raincoat
Umbrella
Healthcare

Multivitamins
Painkillers
Condoms/pill
Basic first aid kit - plasters, antiseptic wipes, bandages
Paracetamol
Some cold/flu remedy incase you are struck down by freshers' flu
Pro-Plus
Anti-allergy pills - eg. Piriton anti-allergy tablets
A cold/hot pack
Bathroom

Bath mat
Bath and hand towels (+ possibly a flanel)
Basket for shower supplies
Wash bag
Toilet roll
Box of tissues
Toothbrush and toothpaste
Soap - sqeasy (bottle) soap is probably better. If you're sharing bathrooms then it's easier to transport and wont slip onto the floor etc.
Showergel
Shampoo/Conditioner
Nail clippers
Deodorant
Cologne
Hair gel
Hair spray
Hairbrush
Comb
Razor
Shaving cream/gel
Lip balm
Housekeeping

Febreeze - To stop clothes / fabric getting to smelly
Laundry bag - So your dirty clothes don't end up on the floor. And for dragging to the laundry or dumping on your parents to wash for you!
Clothes horse - Save money on dryers by drying your clothes in your room
Coat hangers - you may not get any in wardrobes
Dustpan and brush - for cleaning up the odd mess, though most unis should provide this
Duster
Kitchen towel
Cif cleaning products
Washing powder/liquid/tablets - if the washing powder dispenser isn't working
Door wedge - an open door in freshers week is much more friendly
Electrical

Alarm clock (maybe 2 in two different locations in your roomto make sure lectures are at least attempted, even if you carry on sleeping there!)
Calculator - for sorting out finances
Computer and/or laptop - saves on queues at deadline time
Computer mouse for laptop - easier to use than a trackpad
CDR's (CDRW's cheaper in long run) - for backing up work
USB "pen drive" - carrying projects etc between uni, internet cafe, friends comp, etc. quickly, easily and RELIABLY!
Printer - printing could take up to six hours on uni computers
Network cable - to access the internet from the socket in your room
Mini fridge - for beer and other items you don't want in the communal fridge
Bedside lamp
Mobile and charger
Answering machine
CD player/Hi-fi system - though better (certainly space wise) just to bring speakers and use your computer
TV - but license fee will be costly. There will doubtless be a communal TV you can watch. Also worth considering a TV-DVD/-VCR combi or seperate VCR/DVD players
Camera - to take pictures of room and friends (to send home/put on website ... everything else people do with photos)
Headphones - so you don't disturb others when you play music loud. You can get 'infra-red' ones that aren't too expensive and allow you to walk around while still listening to the music.
Batteries - rechargeable (save money)
Multi plug adaptor/extension lead - to give you more than the normal 2/4 sockets
Clothing

Dressing gown
Slippers
T-shirts
Jumpers
Trousers
Underwear
Socks
Shoes/trainers
Flip flops - for wearing in showers / communal wash areas
Swimwear
Ball gowns/eveningwear - for the Freshers' Ball.
Shirt and tie for any smart-casual events
Leisure

Board games - a couple, will make a good fun free evening (not sure about your phrasing! - its not mine)
Pack of card
Ball - rugby ball/football for friendly matches/made up games
Frisbee - again for the occassional game (rugby style)
Style

Posters - though theses are often available during freshers week - (you might need things to cover bad decoration)
Photos of family and friends
Wall hanging - more homely than posters
Rugs - to hide the mangy carpet
Fairylights/disco ball/police light/lava lamp
Cushions/beanbags - for friends to sit down in your room
A throw - to make your bed into a sofa for friends to sit on
Pot plants
Teddy bear/stuffed toys
Blankets - for when it gets cold and you want to snuggle up
Bedding

Sheets
Duvet and duvet covers
Pillows & pillow cases - did you know the average used pillow is 75% dead flesh?
Mattress cover - goes between the mattress and the bottom sheet
Hot water bottle
Inflatable mattress and pump - for your mates when they visit
Sleeping bag - for when friends come to stay/when you go to stay
Miscellaneous

Alcohol - to make new friends with
Sweets or biscuits - to distribute to flatmates
Extra storage - cardboard or plastic boxes for things which wont fit anywhere else
Large suitcase - to put things in when going home for the weekend
A spare lightbulb
Torch - for power cuts and looking under desks/chairs/beds
Pen knife
Loose change - for washing / vending machines
Earplugs - to cut out noise you don't want to hear
Bookends - probably unecessary; just use something else (eg pot of pasta, sugar etc)
Poster hangers - if you're not allowed Blu-/White?-Tac on the walls
Safety pins
Small sewing kit - just incase you need to do a quik fix on a rip or tear (like the ones you get in hotels)
Small toolkit
Matches
Fan
Clock
Female specific items

Hair Ties/clips
Make up (eye shadow, mascara, lip stick/gloss, eyeliner, foundation, etc)
Jewellery Box
Jewellery
Moisturiser
Baby Oil
Nail Varnish
Hair removing cream
Hair dryer/straightners
Tampons/sanitary towels
Male specific items

Shaving brush
Don't bother with

Iron
Toaster
Sandwich maker
Nice kitchen stuff - it will get used then left on the side to rot/rust
Candles - serious fire hazard
And all things that everyone gets - so if you're in flats rather than halls, you may want to wait and see if you really need to splash out when you could just borrow your flatmate's.

What size lorry to move all this essential stuff with.

Subbed, off in 10 days!

Great list. What I would say is, don't take as much as you think you need. I started Uni two years ago now and everyone will turn up with the same 4 pans, 4 plates etc. etc. You will probably only need one of a lot of the things and people will be more than willing to share if you are in halls and it saves on the arguments regarding cupboard space!

So in terms of kitchen equipment, one pan, one frying pan, cutlery x2, 2 plates, 2x bowls, a pack of 4 glasses, a few mugs, a pyrex dish, a sharp knife and a baking tray would probably be your essentials. Then just get what else you need if you discover no one in your flat has bought the other kitchen items on that list! Obviously you will need quite a few things on that list if you aren't sharing kitchen facilities with others though

Sorry for the long post, just thought I would share my experiences and in doing so hopefully save a few of you some money

Inb4 "voted cold - need Trojans because my junk won't fit"

Looking at this now I'm glad I didn't move away to go to university.

Voted hot though, great work.

Well past Uni age myself but have some heat, if you put as much effort into your uni work as you have this post you'll go far!!

diary/calander/planner/usb pendrive, all these will most likly be picked up free during your freshers week, i know i still have mine from first and second year.
Kitchen stuff can be picked up cheap, so wait till you get there, see what your housemates have and share, as said before you will end up only using one or two plates bowels and cutlery sets, so dont go overboard. also for the kitchen a small padlock, I know we all think we live in a decent world, but you may live with nice people, however they have friends, and they might not be as nice.
the house/hall will most likely have cleaning products in left over from last years students so again this can be brought when you get there, you don't need to wash up until after the second night anyway do you.
finally you will want to check what electrical stuff you are allowed to bring, at my uni so long as its been tested as safe then its usually fine, just no space heaters, mini fridges or chip fryers. For your room you may only have a few plugs so a extension with more plugs may be useful, and if your going to have expensive stuff in it, get one that has serge protection. Hope I haven't missed out anything

Original Poster

HelzBelz75

Well past Uni age myself but have some heat, if you put as much effort … Well past Uni age myself but have some heat, if you put as much effort into your uni work as you have this post you'll go far!!



Haha, thanks, it's appreciated!

I'm not sure why so many people are voting this cold, it would help if they gave a reason but I guess you can't always win!

Id stay away from the pots in the argos starter set. Lots of people, like me had these kind of pots when they moved in and the stick, rust, the paint/coating comes away and they bend out of shape. This happened to me and I'mexperienced when it comes too cooking. It is the same with the wilkos £12 set. You end up having to buy another better quality set of pans when you could have saved the money and bought something better in the first place.
This is a good deal for basic pots and pans £25 marks and spencer 3pc marksandspencer.com/3-P…825
3pc set oven trays £7 (buy cheap foil from tesco/asda and you wont spend so long trying to scrub them) marksandspencer.com/Mar…PDP
13.5 tog duvet wilko.com/duv…682
single duvet set wilkinson £5.50 wilko.com/pla…97c (primark are also good for duvets)
laundry baskets wilkinson £2.50 wilko.com/pla…97c
£3 wilko.com/lau…544
12 piece dinner plate, side plate and bowl set £5 wilkinsons wilko.com/cut…fa0
16 piece cutlery set wilkinsons £1.73 wilko.com/cut…fa0
Hope this helps
Edited by: "aprilterri" 9th Sep 2013

ShadowKight

diary/calander/planner/usb pendrive, all these will most likly be picked … diary/calander/planner/usb pendrive, all these will most likly be picked up free during your freshers week, i know i still have mine from first and second year. Kitchen stuff can be picked up cheap, so wait till you get there, see what your housemates have and share, as said before you will end up only using one or two plates bowels and cutlery sets, so dont go overboard. also for the kitchen a small padlock, I know we all think we live in a decent world, but you may live with nice people, however they have friends, and they might not be as nice. the house/hall will most likely have cleaning products in left over from last years students so again this can be brought when you get there, you don't need to wash up until after the second night anyway do you. finally you will want to check what electrical stuff you are allowed to bring, at my uni so long as its been tested as safe then its usually fine, just no space heaters, mini fridges or chip fryers. For your room you may only have a few plugs so a extension with more plugs may be useful, and if your going to have expensive stuff in it, get one that has serge protection. Hope I haven't missed out anything



I'm still working out the best way to get around the mini-fridge rule. A mate at another university is allowed a mini-fridge in his room (as well as a kettle etc) and it's rather awesome

Great list by the OP, have some heat.

Been through Uni moves 3 times now with my pffspring and I am impressed with this list, it is exactly what I would have said

My daughters £3.00 iron was still in the box after 12months. I know all students are not alcoholic slobs but 1 thing I would add is get cheapest / best value quilt you can buy. There will definitely be spills etc and I never let mine bring quilts home, straight in the bin. Luxury feather ones might be warm but will get ruined.

My daughters friend used cheap sleeping bags as well as duvet, if bad digs and ice on the windows.

When they moved into digs, I did 1 online shop for them, heavy tins, pasta etc. saved me a lot of time doing it on move days. Sadly lots of items can go missing / stolen or treated badly. This is not a time to go for quality

Firefly1

I'm still working out the best way to get around the mini-fridge rule. A … I'm still working out the best way to get around the mini-fridge rule. A mate at another university is allowed a mini-fridge in his room (as well as a kettle etc) and it's rather awesome :(Great list by the OP, have some heat.


The easiest way is to just buy what you want, and you get told when you have an inspection, ok can be 24hr notice, but that is more than enough to just move the said item out until after the inspection. Just make sure it can not be seen from the hall looking into your room, as if security come for just a chat they may see it then.
EDIT: Have heard people do this and it work, but with books rather than boxes geekologie.com/200…jpg
Edited by: "ShadowKight" 9th Sep 2013

aprilterri

Id stay away from the pots in the argos starter set. Lots of people, like … Id stay away from the pots in the argos starter set. Lots of people, like me had these kind of pots when they moved in and the stick, rust, the paint/coating comes away and they bend out of shape. This happened to me and I'mexperienced when it comes too cooking. It is the same with the wilkos £12 set. You end up having to buy another better quality set of pans when you could have saved the money and bought something better in the first place.This is a good deal for basic pots and pans http://www.marksandspencer.com/3-Piece-Aluminium-Saucepan-Set/dp/B003YJT730?ie=UTF8&ref=sr_1_66&nodeId=192631031&sr=1-66&qid=1378683825



It is sad for good cooks because quality does matter. But better to get cheap pans once a year IMO. Secure storage in kitchens is rare and not always room for it all in bedrooms. Risk of appearing ****, not wanting to share with people who might damage your stuff.

Like I said, cannot generalise all student behaviours

Great list! Having been there, an extensive list like this helps you from forgetting various vital things. Also makes me think thank god I don't have to do all the moving in and out again!

Nice list and with the amount of necessities, I'm glad I'm staying at home now for University life

i gave my eldest son a comprehensive tool kit , set him up for life.

yea , it helped him get his masters,

two more now starting

If your using Lynx Africa your not going to need the condoms.....

When I was in uni I found that plastic picnic plates and cutlery was best! Other people use your stuff and are not always as careful as you are! A standing clothes drier also you'll need, don't know if that was on your list but that's a massive help! Best of luck in Uni, enjoy it and work hard - it's worth it :-D

Heat - just for the effort that went into this!

I love the way the corkscrew and bottle opener are at the top of the list....nice priorities lol x

jadeabella

When I was in uni I found that plastic picnic plates and cutlery was … When I was in uni I found that plastic picnic plates and cutlery was best! Other people use your stuff and are not always as careful as you are!



What a waste of plastic!

My rule with regards to plates and cutlery when I was at uni? If found clean, then return clean. If found dirty, then wash and leave dirty.

Worked for 6 years.

Really great list of deals I remember the excitement of gathering things up ready for uni life, although of course I took way more than necessary..If you are at uni then you are probably going to be within reach of civilisation with shops where you can buy all this stuff cheap enough, and its quite a good bonding experience going hunter-gathering for bin liners with your new flatmates

Halogen lamp - worth checking your accommodation rules about this, they were banned in ours.

A lot of that kitchen stuff you probably won't need, wait til you get there and buy stuff as you need it.

Good luck to all the new students starting out on what will hopefully be the time of your lives!

Anyone going or existing or even ex-students of UEA Norwich. Does any of your electrical equipment need a test sticker or certificate of safety?

Would appreciate any info, doing the big move a week on Saturday.....what joy!
Edited by: "Wowhats" 9th Sep 2013

karlie88

What a waste of plastic!My rule with regards to plates and cutlery when I … What a waste of plastic!My rule with regards to plates and cutlery when I was at uni? If found clean, then return clean. If found dirty, then wash and leave dirty.Worked for 6 years.:)

. You can wash plastic....

Heat added just for the effort

If going to halls digs more than a few yrs old......

Lots of extension plugs / cables. Females, Apart from all the techy stuff, hair dryers, etc.

Good list, heat added. Im in third year myself, and I agree with a lot of posts above, some things you will definitely get free during freshers, and dont buy loads of pots and pans, you can all muck in together at halls best of luck at uni

I was in Halls in first year and everyone used their own pans, forks and knives...thankfully. I had my own sponge too. Luckily we all got on great in my flat.

I took an iron and NEVER used it. I'd recommend taking the essentials, and writing things down as you realise you need them and buying them because I doubt everyone will need everything from these generic lists...however the lists are great for reminding you of the things YOU do need

Wowhats

Anyone going or existing or even ex-students of UEA Norwich. Does any … Anyone going or existing or even ex-students of UEA Norwich. Does any of your electrical equipment need a test sticker or certificate of safety? Would appreciate any info, doing the big move a week on Saturday.....what joy!



Not an ex UEA student, but I had to pay £20 for PAT testing when I arrived at halls to get the stickers on my appliances. I had to hide my halogen lamp (_;) . Most of the friends I spoke to had the same thing at their uni. Good luck for Saturday, Norwich is a fun place to be a student!

ScampiLamp

Not an ex UEA student, but I had to pay £20 for PAT testing when I … Not an ex UEA student, but I had to pay £20 for PAT testing when I arrived at halls to get the stickers on my appliances. I had to hide my halogen lamp (_;) . Most of the friends I spoke to had the same thing at their uni. Good luck for Saturday, Norwich is a fun place to be a student!



Glad I had none of that...I had 14 electricals plugged in my bedroom...making the most of unlimited energy whilst I could

Kazaam

Glad I had none of that...I had 14 electricals plugged in my … Glad I had none of that...I had 14 electricals plugged in my bedroom...making the most of unlimited energy whilst I could



That was £20 per student, not per item luckily :P

We also had these stupid buttons on the radiators that you had to push to turn them on and the heat only lasted for an hour...so everyone stuck drawing pins in to keep them on 24/7 My uni was obviously tighter than yours!

I laughed at the TV license bit.

(_;)

ScampiLamp

That was £20 per student, not per item luckily :P We also had these … That was £20 per student, not per item luckily :P We also had these stupid buttons on the radiators that you had to push to turn them on and the heat only lasted for an hour...so everyone stuck drawing pins in to keep them on 24/7 My uni was obviously tighter than yours!



Teesside had similar ones, only the switches were purposely disabled by the uni. Annoyingly they were set to only turn on in the evening, and switched off before 9pm.

ScampiLamp

That was £20 per student, not per item luckily :P We also had these … That was £20 per student, not per item luckily :P We also had these stupid buttons on the radiators that you had to push to turn them on and the heat only lasted for an hour...so everyone stuck drawing pins in to keep them on 24/7 My uni was obviously tighter than yours!



Oh yeah I had them too...I ended up buying an oil filled radiator...had it on constantly, along with my electric blanket.

Bank Card/Student loan info
ID
King Size Rizzla
DVDs
Good Sense of Humor
Open Mindedness
Tin of Beans

Sorted.

EDIT - Saucepan, pack of cards and various amounts & strengths of alcohol make for getting to know your new halls buddies real quick too!
Edited by: "Towelie" 9th Sep 2013

Don't pay 19p at Boots, Asda or Tesco. Pay 15p at Wilko instead. Over your whole life those 4ps will add up...

The list is useful but overkill. First time round I had a lift, so had some of the stuff above. Second time round, I only had what I could carry.

Get a colour laser printer if you see one on sale. You'll save quite a bit of money over the inkjet printers which, while sold for very little, have very expensive cartridges (often more expensive than the printer!) which run out very quickly.

With the amount of printing you'll be doing, laser will save you quite a few quid over your three years (and even more if you continue to postgrad).
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