Edited by:"missykai"Found 23rd Jan
Just a guess at a promo code that would work for a CitizenCard. I figured the Coop often has promos for them and this is the current offer. Might change to a different discount at some point! No idea of expiry or ts&cs, sorry!

First CitizenCard:
Standard application £15.00 £8.00
Urgent application £30.00 £23.00

Renewal
Standard application £12.00 £5.00
Urgent application £25.00 £18.00

[In Scotland there's a free proof of age card for young people: The Young Scot National Entitlement Card is available free of charge to everyone aged 11-25 living in Scotland. Use it for money off the things you love, exclusive rewards, proof of age and much more. I've posted it as a deal here ]
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But this is a proof of age card... There's no special offers for them that I know of.
Great for people who don't have a driving licence and don't want to carry their passport to buy a drink.
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Silhouette1 h, 30 m ago

But this is a proof of age card... There's no special offers for them that …But this is a proof of age card... There's no special offers for them that I know of.


yep, the point is that it's a proof of age card, one that would normally cost £15, but with the code is £8. cheaper than a driving licence or passport!

they do also have a discount programme with love2shop for cardholders over 18, but i've no idea how good it is...

[In Scotland there's a free proof of age card for young people: The Young Scot National Entitlement Card is available free of charge to everyone aged 11-25 living in Scotland. Use it for money off the things you love, exclusive rewards, proof of age and much more.]
Edited by: "missykai" 23rd Jan
Is a provisional license not widely accepted? I would imagine that is more useful for quite a number of youngsters.

Thanks for posting
I don’t get id’d any more...... I just think u cheeky b@£tards. Lol
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Zoea1 h, 28 m ago

Is a provisional license not widely accepted? I would imagine that is more …Is a provisional license not widely accepted? I would imagine that is more useful for quite a number of youngsters.Thanks for posting


yeah, it would be. the reason i know about the citizencard is cos i needed id for kids under 16, so no provisional and they're not getting to take their passports to the cinema it's a handy alternative, less expensive if not actually learning to drive, and as far as i know has no age limit.
Or if you can’t have a licence - medical conditions such as epilepsy prohibits holding one, so this is useful for ID without risking losing your passport on a night out
Do places widely accept this as ID? For some reason in the back of my mind, I remember reading about places not legally have to accept it. I will stand corrected if wrong. I had one years ago.
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