Must-have Student Discount offers for this Autumn

It’s been a while now since the last loan instalment dropped and with the cost of living on the rise each week, us students need to save money more now than ever! But don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with a full list of the
must-have student discount offers available to use this academic term to help you get through to Christmas alive!

Free Drinks Student Discount Offers

Whilst a night out at university is always tempting, it can also be stressful as there can be pressure to spend money that quite often some students simply don’t have. Well don’t worry, because with these student discount offers you don’t have to miss out on a night of cocktails!

Two fruit cocktail drinks on a table in a bar for student discount offersTurtle Bay

Turtle Bay are currently offering student discount offers of a £10 voucher which can be used during their Happy Hour – from open until 7pm, and then from 9.30 until close! Cocktails are two for one during this time, which average at just under £10 so that’s two free drinks to get your night started! You can get this discount here.

 

Ask Italian

Going out for the occasional meal out with flatmates or course friends is a great way to celebrate a birthday or even graduation, but once you’ve added drinks onto the bill the prices can get a bit too much sometimes Luckily the Ask Italian student discount offers a free round of drinks when students purchase any main meal at their restaurants. The offer excludes Fridays and Saturdays, so make sure to make your trip on a weeknight and enjoy a gin and tonic without the stress of money worries! The student discount offers are available via UNiDAYS here.

 

Supermarket Student Discount Offers

The rising cost of living means that we’re looking at paying almost a fiver for a block of cheese these days – crazy! Luckily I’ve got some student discount offers to help shave a few quid off your online supermarket orders this Autumn.

 

A woman holding a red shopping basket full of food.
Sainsbury’s

If you’re yet to complete an online groceries order at your local Sainsbury’s, now is the time to do it! Whether you want to stock up on essentials or even split the order with mates, you can get £15 off your shop when you spend £60 using this code via their website before the 30th November 2022. This is a great saving and one not to be missed, especially in times like these.

Iceland

If you’re looking to spend less, Iceland are offering £5 off when you spend £25 online for your first grocery delivery. You can click here to get started!

Co-op

If online shopping isn’t your thing and you prefer to nip into your local Co-op for bits as and when you need them, then make sure to avail of their student discount offers such as 10% off with the use of a Totum student discount card. (You can purchase one here for £14.99)

Amazon Fresh

Amazon have been rolling out their fresh food and grocery delivery service across the country and it is one of the quickest ways to get online groceries in a hurry! Students can avail of a 6-month free Amazon Prime membership which will then give them access to a further 10% discount on their Amazon Fresh delivery orders.

 

Technology Student Discount Offers

Canva Pro

If you’re a student who studies subjects which involve creative design (such as making social media posts, graphics, posters and more) then you need to be using Canva. It’s a website which offers a range of tools in digital design with a library of over thousands of elements and graphics to choose from! The website is free to use, however many graphics and photos are copyright protected and can either be purchased individually
or accessed with a Canva Pro account. Luckily, I have a discount available for us students to access 2 months of Canva Pro for free which you can get here.

A screenshot of the Jamworks app for student discount offersJamworks

If like most university students you have moved away from physical stationery to taking notes online, then you need to be using Jamworks in your lectures. The app is free to use and enables you to record specific parts of your lectures to save time when reflecting on your notes later on. Features include transcribing your audio clips into written notes, and with the Pro subscription the app will automatically create summaries of each clip you create as well as provide a quiz of the content to test your knowledge! You get an additional 35 hours of recording time a month to use and with student discount offers you can get your first month for just 99p! It’s a no-brainer really, so head over to UNiDAYS and start making your student life that little bit easier!

 

I hope that using some of these student discount offers will help make these upcoming months more affordable and enjoyable for you and remember that if you are struggling financially to reach out to the financial team at your university for support.