University Deals

University Deals & Offers

51 deals 724 comments
UK UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ! FREE 6 MONTH AMAZON STUDENT PRIME
-276°
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Would you like access to millions of songs ? Would you like access to thousands of TV shows and Movies? Unlimited next day delivery? anddddd amazing student deals ? Yes I did to!… Read more
Get dealGet deal
amour3k7 h, 43 m ago

Students getting current potential debts easily in the region of very …Students getting current potential debts easily in the region of very realistically £30k-£40k+? (and counting ... )So for those genuine Students out there, if they're able to save so much as even 5p?, then that's potentially 5p more then that of what they might otherwise have had hidden in their pockets, etc? (that hardly seems like mollycoddling to me?).It's almost saying, because Council Tax goes into thing's like paying for the roads, you're therefore not going to bother paying it? (simply because you don't drive?).Whether that argument would inevitably be deemed as justifiable to absolve you from that payment or not is beside the point (because one way or another, someone has to do it?).Not everyone out there is born with a silver spoon in their mouths? - where they can literally pick and choose for the best of their lives whether to go to Study Today, then also literally change their minds just as quickly, by then deciding not to bother again with any form of Education come Tomorrow (and know they'll still be silver spoon fed for the rest of their natural lives regardless ... )Etc etc etc?.That's one of those otherwise sad realities of life I guess?.Everyone's path is different basically? (that's all I'm saying, lol). :-)



So there are exceptions ? Of course there are. But the exceptions are NOT the majority, and that should be obvious.
My opinion is admittedly coloured by actual discussions with them. There lack of knowledge of what they lecture us with is eye opening.General politics.
And the women are even worse.
I broke my leg, it was misdiagnosed by a "doctor" at a local hospital. It was eventually discovered too late, and I had been using a crutch. I had went out with friends using an elbow crutch the first time I had got out in months. The Free Trade.The pub was packed out with students. I tried to get past tapping shoulders and saying "Excuse me" they weren't making any effort to move - my mate ahead just stood on the back of their heels if they didn't move - not my style. I tapped this bottle blonde student cow - and she screamed, glared at me and looked to her friends for support. All for affect. Misandrist cow - I was in a rage. My mates got me out, laughing at my anger and embarrassment. My already low opinion of them went sub cesspit level.
And has never recovered from dealing with them since
Edited by: "PhilK" 18th Feb
PhilK15th Feb

Students - mollycoddled already, taking their "entitledment" to new …Students - mollycoddled already, taking their "entitledment" to new extremes almost daily


Students getting current potential debts easily in the region of very realistically £30k-£40k+? (and counting ... )

So for those genuine Students out there, if they're able to save so much as even 5p?, then that's potentially 5p more then that of what they might otherwise have had hidden in their pockets, etc? (that hardly seems like mollycoddling to me?).

It's almost saying, because Council Tax goes into thing's like paying for the roads, you're therefore not going to bother paying it? (simply because you don't drive?).

Whether that argument would inevitably be deemed as justifiable to absolve you from that payment or not is beside the point (because one way or another, someone has to do it?).

Not everyone out there is born with a silver spoon in their mouths? - where they can literally pick and choose for the best of their lives whether to go to Study Today, then also literally change their minds just as quickly, by then deciding not to bother again with any form of Education come Tomorrow (and know they'll still be silver spoon fed for the rest of their natural lives regardless ... )

Etc etc etc?.

That's one of those otherwise sad realities of life I guess?.

Everyone's path is different basically? (that's all I'm saying, lol). :-)
Students - mollycoddled already, taking their "entitledment" to new extremes almost daily
IT'S REALLY HOT IN HERE.
owtsfornowts26 h, 51 m ago

I think you are allowed 4 years in a row. I am on my second. No additional …I think you are allowed 4 years in a row. I am on my second. No additional proof needed as yet.


You're correct, Amazon prime support's you as Amazon prime for a maximum of 4 Year's straight!.

I remember reading such on Amazon's website (Student tab/section - top right), at some point last Year ...

It's definitely a 4 Year's max window.

But may be worth you reading/clarifying that for yourself also?. :-)
Complete List Of FREE Posters+Booklets@ The Open University
413°
Found 8th FebFound 8th Feb
All links are below .Order your free print Posters and booklets from your favourite OU/BBC programmes - download to your PC now, or order physical items where available. You can… Read more
Get dealGet deal
Original Poster
cocogumbo12 h, 4 m ago

Great effort, OP! HEAT.


Thanks it was a pain in the neck as you can only post a certain amount of pics at once! hence the links in comments hope you found something useful.
Great effort, OP! HEAT.
Brilliant. Thanks. I always order these for my son.

They're usually very good quality and a nice surprise for him to get something through the post.
Original Poster
Edited by: "thomasleep" 8th Feb
Original Poster
Staedtler 334 Triplus Fineliner Superfine Point Pens, 0.3 mm, Assorted Colours, Pack of 36, Johanna Basford Edition £11.90 Prime / £15.89 Non Prime @ Amazon
393°Expired
Found 3rd Dec 2017Found 3rd Dec 2017
Product Description The Staedtler triplus fineliner 334 has an ergonomic triangular shape for relaxed and easy writing. The fineliner is dry safe which means it can be left uncappe… Read more
Get dealGet deal
Tea_minion28 m ago

Did you ever try to dip the nibs in water to see if they could be …Did you ever try to dip the nibs in water to see if they could be stretched out a little further? Or take out the cartridge and put a few drops on that to see if it worked!!! I did!


I think I just used to lick them ,lol. I was a disgusting child.
Original Poster
mamakin6 m ago

My 12 yr old saw these and desperately wants them. I'm sure I had to make …My 12 yr old saw these and desperately wants them. I'm sure I had to make do with dried out felt tips with nibs that pushed in easily when I was a kid.


Did you ever try to dip the nibs in water to see if they could be stretched out a little further? Or take out the cartridge and put a few drops on that to see if it worked!!! I did!
My 12 yr old saw these and desperately wants them. I'm sure I had to make do with dried out felt tips with nibs that pushed in easily when I was a kid.
Thank for the deal, I'm going crazy buying stuff nowadays for children, I need counseling 😶
Good pens. Bought 2 x 20 sets in the plastic 'stand' case last week from the Warehouse for £11.18 with the 20% off
WhatsApp Alerts!
Deal Alerts!
HotUKDealsPromo Yes!
Oops! Looks like we couldn't connect 😢 Please try again!
HotUKDealsPromo 
Important!
To sign up: add to your mobile contacts, then text us 'Start' via WhatsApp
HotUKDealsPromo 
Free Student Amazon Prime for 6 months (if you have a university email address) - Black Friday coming up!
-13°Expired
Found 13th Nov 2017Found 13th Nov 2017
If you have a .ac.uk University account you can get Amazon Prime for 6 months free at the minute, you just need to remember (set a reminder) to cancel it before the 6 months are up… Read more
It probably got voted cold because it's not a deal - it is always 6 months free and then £39/year
Do you get student Loan as well 🤑
IrishMan9 m ago

All the idiots who aren't students marking this deal as cold....sad little …All the idiots who aren't students marking this deal as cold....sad little people.

Ppl are voting cold as this is common knowledge, and been posted before, usually in association with ppl doing an online uni course to which they get an student card which Amazon will accept a scan of without having a uni email.
Original Poster
I'm expiring it because of all the k***heads on here. Last deal I post, prats ruining this for the rest of us.
Original Poster
All the idiots who aren't students marking this deal as cold....sad little people.
Staedtler triplus superfineliner pens 10 pack £4.29 @ Amazon Sold by: OMGHOWCHEAP LTD
207°Expired
Found 12th Oct 2017Found 12th Oct 2017
Really good pens I'm obsessed with them
parasyte15 h, 47 m ago

How did it get it to £4.29?


By increasing the price significantly since January
Edited by: "ITMA" 13th Oct 2017
Thanks, not tried this before.
Is it free delivery
parasyte10 m ago

How did it get it to £4.29?


He chose OMGHOWCHEAP as the seller
Original Poster
Under add to basket click 'new and used' voila
10% STUDENT DISCOUNT ON NINTENDO STORE via StudentBeans
80°Expired
Found 28th Sep 2017Found 28th Sep 2017
These codes work on anything I believe, whether than be pre-orders for the Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch or the SNES New 3DS XL console. These codes can be generated once every 24 … Read more
Get voucher
If there's any spare codes going. Please pm me
I'd be grateful if anyone has a spare code also
mechashadow5 h, 42 m ago

How did you use this with Amazon?

When logged in on the nus website it will give you a code when you search for amazon. You can then redeem it for £10 off a £40 purchase when buying from an amazon student account.
penguinman9317 h, 49 m ago

Thanks OP, went ahead and picked up the build-a-bundle, total came to …Thanks OP, went ahead and picked up the build-a-bundle, total came to £314.99 and couldn't get that down any further nor add the code for the splatter notebook/keychain with the 10% applied I did however manage to combine this with the £10 off £40 spend at amazon & nus to get Mario Odyssey for £29.99. I figure this will work for other switch games, with the £2 promotional credit on top if its a pre-order like this one was. Very pleased, been holding out for a decent deal such as this, and prefer to buy from the nintendo store since they give a 2 year warranty!


How did you use this with Amazon?
Thanks OP, went ahead and picked up the build-a-bundle, total came to £314.99 and couldn't get that down any further nor add the code for the splatter notebook/keychain with the 10% applied

I did however manage to combine this with the £10 off £40 spend at amazon & nus to get Mario Odyssey for £29.99. I figure this will work for other switch games, with the £2 promotional credit on top if its a pre-order like this one was.

Very pleased, been holding out for a decent deal such as this, and prefer to buy from the nintendo store since they give a 2 year warranty!
Newsletter
Deal Alerts!
Want the hottest deals in your inbox?
Subscribe to receive an overview of the hottest deals posted each day.
HotUKDealsPromo
HotUKDealsPromo 
Eastpak Padded Pak'r 24L backpack, £17 inc P&P w/code. Choice of colours & a few other models
417°Expired
Found 14th Sep 2017Found 14th Sep 2017
Eastpak are a brilliant company, 30 year warranty, great if you want a simple bag that will last, and also one with good back support and padding. £20 but with the 15% off code N… Read more
Get dealGet deal
My dad's had his since 1967 and still as strong as ever. Voted hot
slipd4 h, 55 m ago

Love my Eastpaks! Out of interest, has anyone ever had to use the 30 year …Love my Eastpaks! Out of interest, has anyone ever had to use the 30 year warranty?Heat OP.


I got my first Eastpack back in 1996, still have it and use it. Still intact although looks a bit worn now.
Amazing bags, i bought one for college 15 years ago and it's still going strong with daily use now. Heat from me!
Do you need to keep anything for the warrenty?
slipd2 h, 15 m ago

Love my Eastpaks! Out of interest, has anyone ever had to use the 30 year …Love my Eastpaks! Out of interest, has anyone ever had to use the 30 year warranty?Heat OP.



I used the warranty as the straps of my rucksack had comeaway. They repaired it with straps of a different colour to the original. Bit of faff as i had to send it to Germany to be repaired- cost £10 to do so.
Also it took about a month to be returned.

In principle a good idea to give a lengthy warranty but a bit of a pain in practice.
Free book - £30 off ANY book at Palgrave Macmillan, NO minimum spend, free P&P!
273°Expired
Found 21st Dec 2016Found 21st Dec 2016
Palgrave Macmillan are offering £30 off on ANY print or eBook in their range until December 31st! This includes titles which cost under £30, of which I found plenty. As far as I ca… Read more
It tried to charge me, so don't like it, made me worry just before New Year
Original Poster
userdefinable

Their Twitter account has reported on the issue "Sorry to those … Their Twitter account has reported on the issue "Sorry to those experiencing issues with our £30 holiday promo code - working to find out what's going on, so stay tuned."I do wonder if like you say, they realised it was open to abuse. A mistake like that could hit a company hard if 10s of thousands of people pick up on it.



Natacha786

code no longer workingNothing in the fine print to suggest why it isntI … code no longer workingNothing in the fine print to suggest why it isntI really wanted The Disney Middles Ages book!:(



Someone on Twitter just suggested the code: HLDY16S - my sister's just tried it and it's worked!
And I received my original order today, so looks like they are fulfilling them!
Their Twitter account has reported on the issue "Sorry to those experiencing issues with our £30 holiday promo code - working to find out what's going on, so stay tuned."

I do wonder if like you say, they realised it was open to abuse. A mistake like that could hit a company hard if 10s of thousands of people pick up on it.
Natacha786

code no longer workingNothing in the fine print to suggest why it isntI … code no longer workingNothing in the fine print to suggest why it isntI really wanted The Disney Middles Ages book!:(


Nothing in the fine print, maybe, but I imagine they soon realised this was wide open to abuse from an audience somewhat wider than originally intended..........;)
code no longer working
Nothing in the fine print to suggest why it isnt
I really wanted The Disney Middles Ages book!
7dayshop DSLR Photo Camera Backpack Rucksack Inc LAPTOP Pocket for Camera & Gadgets - Black £22.98 delivered
46°Expired
Found 4th Oct 2016Found 4th Oct 2016
I recently was abroad and purchased a Lowepro Fastpack BP 250 AW ll at a reduced price. I asked one of my friends if he wanted me to grab one for him. It sells in the UK on Amazon … Read more
Get dealGet deal
This does look good, I already have two camera bags, one is like a small proper one, the other also seems to double as my man bag, but this does look good.
Original Poster
anewman

I doubt it's fully waterproof. Would need to get some sort of rain … I doubt it's fully waterproof. Would need to get some sort of rain backpack cover.



Indeed, it's more than likely not waterproof. A rain cover like this would do the job.
I doubt it's fully waterproof. Would need to get some sort of rain backpack cover.
These are about £10 on the geek/wish app. Yes it takes ages to come from China but it depends how bad you need one.
Pukka Pad Bundle Pack, 3 Pads A4 & A5, was £5 now £1.50 @ Sainsbury's
274°Expired
Found 3rd Sep 2016Found 3rd Sep 2016
You get an A4 refill pad (160 pages), Reporter's Pad (Wiro, 160 pages) and an A5 Jotta Pad (Wiro, 200 Pages). That's a whole lot of writing paper. Choice of red or blue packs. T… Read more
but nobody writes this time
yup bought for 1.50 at Hinckley store.
good quality pads. Thanks OP, got some today at Murrayfield
good find op, heat added
Yeah it's national
HP 255 G4 15.6 Laptop 4GB RAM + 500GB HDD now £189.99 delivered at eBuyer
81°Expired
Found 29th Jul 2016Found 29th Jul 2016
Excellent value for money with this laptop, the customer reviews are really good too. AMD Quad Core A6-6310 1.8GHz 4GB RAM + 500GB HDD 15.6" LED Display Windows 10 Home 64bit Incl… Read more
Editor Get dealGet deal
pavel76

i3 version with 128GB SSD for only £30 more at Tesco after … i3 version with 128GB SSD for only £30 more at Tesco after codehttp://www.tesco.com/direct/hp-250-g4-156-inch-laptop-core-i3-windows-10-4gb-ram-128gb-ssd-black/334-5280.prd?skuId=334-5280



Which code?
mkara

This processor or an i3? Which is better?



​i3 tends to come out on top
This processor or an i3? Which is better?
i3 version with 128GB SSD for only £30 more at Tesco after code
tesco.com/dir…280
Roboform Password Manger free for email addresses using ac.uk
47°Expired
Found 16th May 2016Found 16th May 2016
Free for College Students and Professors Take control of your logins and passwords with RoboForm Everywhere, which is completely free for students and professors with a valid coll… Read more
Get dealGet deal
Brian089

Last pass is better


Can you get it for free like you can with this - any student deals?
Last pass is better
They often do deals on their Facebook page. So you just need to keep a look out!
Is there anyway that I could get a friend who's a student to sign up for this and then give me the log in details?
Simple Value Steam Iron £4 / 2 Slice Toaster £4.49 / 12 Piece Porcelain Dinner Set £4.99 / Pair Of Pillows £2.90 @ Argos
261°Expired
Found 8th Mar 2016Found 8th Mar 2016
24 Piece Venice Cutlery Set - £2.99 6 Piece Mugs Set - White / Black - £3.99 Simple Value Compact Mechanical Scales - £3.98
Get dealGet deal
redduck

err, yes, daily. How else do you dress for work? When did ironing become … err, yes, daily. How else do you dress for work? When did ironing become a 'whoooooo'?


About 25 years ago in my case. My central heating radiators do mine.
Edited by: "heada" 8th Mar 2016
Brownbloke11

Heap of junk website took my orders into cart and all payment info then … Heap of junk website took my orders into cart and all payment info then said it couldn't process and to go to store. Emptied cart and back to nothing. They don't deserve to sell anything.



Is it just me that finds it ever so slightly ironic 2 out of 3 of your deals are for Argos.
Heap of junk website took my orders into cart and all payment info then said it couldn't process and to go to store. Emptied cart and back to nothing. They don't deserve to sell anything.
err, yes, daily. How else do you dress for work? When did ironing become a 'whoooooo'?
Jonnyblock

DRM free?



Steam.


......iron.
NUS Extra card offer
67°Expired
Found 15th Dec 2015Found 15th Dec 2015
This is an amazing price, £1 a month!
Get dealGet deal
heavygoodz

It has only been recently that Amazon have lifted the restrictions (I … It has only been recently that Amazon have lifted the restrictions (I applied and was accepted in October). The email address i used was: amazon-student-verification@amazon.co.ukJust attatch a photo of your nus card and explain it's an application to join Amazon Student Prime.



Ah, it was back when Prime first began that I tried and failed...... maybe they've had a lot like me and lifted the restrictions then. Be nice if they would actually tell people mind you!
Thanks for the info, will email later. How did they take payment, can they just add it to the account then we pay? Would be so much easier for everyone if they just accepted and validated NUS card numbers!
dizzystar

I sent a message and asked and they refused to accept I was actually a … I sent a message and asked and they refused to accept I was actually a student. Told me they would only accept a letter on headed paper from university which is pretty difficult to come across in the digital world of OU.... I am more than happy to be proven wrong on this though. Did you just email the 'contact' bit on the site?



It has only been recently that Amazon have lifted the restrictions (I applied and was accepted in October). The email address i used was:

amazon-student-verification@amazon.co.uk

Just attatch a photo of your nus card and explain it's an application to join Amazon Student Prime.
heavygoodz

Yes you can. If you send an email to Amazon with a shot of your nus card. … Yes you can. If you send an email to Amazon with a shot of your nus card. They will accept you for Amazon student Prime.



I sent a message and asked and they refused to accept I was actually a student. Told me they would only accept a letter on headed paper from university which is pretty difficult to come across in the digital world of OU.... I am more than happy to be proven wrong on this though. Did you just email the 'contact' bit on the site?
dizzystar

No you don't..... you need a student/university .ac email address. I have … No you don't..... you need a student/university .ac email address. I have an NUS card. As an OU student, we are not issued with .ac.uk emails so we can't get cheap prime Wish I could but they're having none of it.You can however, get cheap prime without the NUS card as already said.



Yes you can. If you send an email to Amazon with a shot of your nus card. They will accept you for Amazon student Prime.
dizzystar

No you don't..... you need a student/university .ac email address. I have … No you don't..... you need a student/university .ac email address. I have an NUS card. As an OU student, we are not issued with .ac.uk emails so we can't get cheap prime Wish I could but they're having none of it.Err, not true.Amazon have changed policy several months ago, and will now accept a scan of your NHS card as proof if you email them.You can however, get cheap prime without the NUS card as already said.


Lenovo IdeaPad 305 15.6" laptop. Ideal for uni/school? i3 4GB RAM £299.99 @ pcworld
-96°Expired
Found 16th Sep 2015Found 16th Sep 2015
Main product was £352.99 now £299.99 I've been considering purchasing this for going back to university. Checked out the processor online and should be good for some light gaming … Read more
cojack

My apologies, I should have said "majority preference is 1920x1080", of … My apologies, I should have said "majority preference is 1920x1080", of course it's up to every individual , if you are happy, it's good for you, all the best.

Vocal minority perhaps? Maybe good on a 15.6 or above, but on smaller screens it is less important.
pishposhping

I bought this last week - i personally think it's pretty good. Ram can be … I bought this last week - i personally think it's pretty good. Ram can be upgraded to 16GB apparently - i'm opting for a cheaper 4 GB upgrade for about £20 odd taking this to 8GB. To the guy who said 1920x1080 is a must for laptops - why is that? I use this for programming/web surfing/Docs/odd gaming etc and have no problems. Are you sure that's not just your personal preference and in fact has no baring on how good this laptop is?Incidentally - where are the 1920 x 1080p laptops for £299?


My apologies, I should have said "majority preference is 1920x1080", of course it's up to every individual , if you are happy, it's good for you, all the best.
Edited by: "cojack" 17th Sep 2015
twakey

Awesome to hear, is it quite quick? I tried it out in store and it seemed … Awesome to hear, is it quite quick? I tried it out in store and it seemed to be fine for what I'd use it for (web browsing, Office and then light gaming). The irritating thing was that it seemed weighed down by the security tag so I couldn't judge the weight of the device really. I might need to take it to/from university every now and again and wasn't sure if it would be fine in a decent backpack..



Yeah - i find it quick enough for the things you've mentioned and i'm sure adding some more ram and/or an SSD will help increase the speed even more if you need to.
twakey

Out of curiosity can someone explain the differences in resolution? I'm … Out of curiosity can someone explain the differences in resolution? I'm planning the use a hdmi cable to hook this up to a television but I'm struggling to find something similar at around this price?



Basically the higher the screen resolution the smaller stuff we be on the screen so you can fit more on. It's entirely separate from what resolution the laptop can output and will only matter for external use if you want both screens to display exactly the same thing.
Original Poster
pishposhping

I bought this last week - i personally think it's pretty good. Ram can be … I bought this last week - i personally think it's pretty good. Ram can be upgraded to 16GB apparently - i'm opting for a cheaper 4 GB upgrade for about £20 odd taking this to 8GB. To the guy who said 1920x1080 is a must for laptops - why is that? I use this for programming/web surfing/Docs/odd gaming etc and have no problems. Are you sure that's not just your personal preference and in fact has no baring on how good this laptop is?Incidentally - where are the 1920 x 1080p laptops for £299?



Awesome to hear, is it quite quick? I tried it out in store and it seemed to be fine for what I'd use it for (web browsing, Office and then light gaming). The irritating thing was that it seemed weighed down by the security tag so I couldn't judge the weight of the device really. I might need to take it to/from university every now and again and wasn't sure if it would be fine in a decent backpack..
We ♥ Students! @ Westfield Stratford city Student Event of the Year!  One day only on Thu 2ndOct 2014!!!  there'll be giveaways!! you deinitely won't want to miss out!
52°Expired
Found 18th Sep 2014Found 18th Sep 2014
Just go to the event on 2nd Oct to enjoy treats just for Students(shucks I wish I was a student). You're invited to the Student Event of the Year! Head down to Westfield Stratfor… Read more
Get dealGet deal
Original Poster
zaie

For all Asians please do not buy any iPads as your mums can make one at … For all Asians please do not buy any iPads as your mums can make one at home with a aubergine.



Haha funny!![/quote]

I hope you guessed what I was referring to here Goodness Gracious Me Reunion where this occurred...


For all Asians please do not buy any iPads as your mums can make one at home with a aubergine.


[/quote]

Haha funny!!
thanks for sharing Will check it out
Original Poster
Palwan

Cold; being a teenager I'll do opp to whatever you told me to do so.You … Cold; being a teenager I'll do opp to whatever you told me to do so.You pledged not to vote cold so I voted cold (_;)



come on Kevin don't do that...

BTW I said you can vote cold but I like to have a reason behind it and you have doe so...

Well done Kevin you get 10/10 for the first time...... Here is your certificate

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_g6y0E9oOo18/TLGxGDoYC3I/AAAAAAAAAmU/v1e_YcVQXr4/s400/101010.jpg
Cold; being a teenager I'll do opp to whatever you told me to do so.

You pledged not to vote cold so I voted cold (_;)
Casio FX 9750G II Graphing Calculator @ Viking Direct £23.99 (w/£30 Spend or £2.90 P&P)
77°Expired
Found 25th Jul 2014Found 25th Jul 2014
This is a great deal for those which need a graphic calculator - These are about £60 everywhere else! (when I was studying the then equivalent calc cost me £130 :O ) Great for tho… Read more
Get dealGet deal
52919

oos



That might be because I had my head of maths tweet it!
oos
Very good price!
Original Poster
MrFizzy

Actually Viking add VAT on to the £2.99 delivery, so if you spend under … Actually Viking add VAT on to the £2.99 delivery, so if you spend under £30 it will be £27.47 delivered. Shame PC Software isn't included. Any idea how much that costs and where you can get it?




There is some software availiable here:

edu.casio.com/edu…re/


AFAIK the link s/ware for the 9860g should be compatible (I am not sure but I think you can get it for free, but have not looked in depth)
Edited by: "rendeverance" 25th Jul 2014
Original Poster
Thanks people... shame its not gaining heat too fast (I would imagine there are quite a few who dont understand what these things cost and assume £24 is a lot for a calculator)... but I hope someone benefits by getting one
Free Posters and Booklets from your favourite BBC programmes.
614°Expired
Found 8th Jun 2014Found 8th Jun 2014
Here I am compiling the list of free posters and booklets to be order from Open Learn- The home of free learning from The Open University- open.edu. First comment has clickable li… Read more
Get dealGet deal
Original Poster
They have added few new...Will soon add their clickable links and images. Watch this deal!
Original Poster
http://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/DivineWomen1.JPGhttp://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/TownBooklet.jpghttp://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/street-book2.jpghttp://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/Code_BeermatsMain.jpghttp://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/Star-Guide-front-coverInline.jpg
Original Poster
http://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/empire_poster_I1.jpghttp://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/Bang_Poster_FRONT_FINAL-400px-wide-inline3.jpghttp://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/icons_of_wales_cover%20high%20res%20for%20TV-inline1.jpghttp://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/how-nature-works-print-item-image.jpghttp://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/ole_images/general-images/itow-print/itow%20print.jpg
Original Poster
http://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/ole_images/tec_call_to_action_cover-inline1.jpghttp://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/ole_images/the-first-world-war-experienced-front-cover-inline1.jpghttp://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/ole_images/workingclass-print-cover-inline3.jpghttp://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/KBA_booklet_inline.jpghttp://www.open.edu/openlearn/sites/www.open.edu.openlearn/files/coot-2013-print-cover-inline1.jpg
A great find.
  1. Voting

    Deal temperatures are the heart of HotUKDeals. If you think a deal is hot, vote it up by clicking the red plus. Otherwise, cool it down by voting cold.

    Tip 1 of 6
  2. Comments

    Read what other members have to say about a deal and share your own opinion.

    Tip 2 of 6
  3. Add Deal

    Have you found a good deal yourself? Share it here and other members will vote on how hot the deal is.

    Tip 3 of 6
  4. Deal Link

    If you think a deal is hot, click through to the shop to snap up the deal before it’s expired.

    Tip 4 of 6
  5. Layout

    Find here other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    When clicking this gear icon you can find other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    Tip 5 of 6
  6. Main Menu

    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

    Tip 6 of 6