With the high price of everyday items, it can be difficult to enjoy these everyday treats without worrying about hurting your bank account, especially if you’re a student.

This has even led to an increase in fast food prices in many restaurants across the UK.

But now there’s a way to score big discounts on these delicious dishes and more McDonald’sGreggs and even Domino.

Discount-savvy website Student Beans is offering new exclusive discounts just for students.

From exclusive offers on McDonald’sKFC and Greggsto recently released offerings from Wilko and John Lewisstudents can save £££ in all categories as they are placed a student of life.

Find out about all the best deals you can try now and save some extra cash for a rainy day.

Student Beans discounts:

Discounts on meals

McDonald’s– Get a free Cheeseburger, Chicken Mayo, Original McFlurry (when you order any Extra Value or Wrap Meal item in store)

Burger King- Free Whopper Junior with any order over £4 at Burger King.

KFC– Free bucket of popcorn when you spend £3 at KFC.

Greggs– Free sausage roll, vegan sausage roll or sweet treat (when you buy cold sandwiches).

Domino– 35% student discount at Domino’s (when you spend £25 online).

Iceland– 15% discount in stores in Iceland (if you download the Iceland Bonus Card app).

Discounts on purchases

Vilko– £5 off £50 at Wilko.

John Lewis– Claim a £10 voucher when you spend £100 or more at John Lewis.

Holland and Barrett– 20% student discount at Holland & Barrett.

ASOS– 15% student discount at ASOS.

Crocs– 25% student discount at Crocs.

Gymshark– 20% student discount at Gymshark.

Lloyds Pharmacy– 15% student discount at Lloyds Pharmacy.

Discounts on travel

National Express– 15% student discount with National Express.

Train line– 20% discount on digital Railcards at Trainline.

Find all discounts through Student Beans.

Your money matters

Your Money Matters is a campaign launched by us and our sister titles at Newsquest to help you get through the jump in the cost of living. This year we’ve seen a host of price rises for households – from energy price cap increases to rising inflation and food prices – costing your family hundreds or even thousands of pounds a year. We make it our mission to take care of your money by offering great deals, contests, giveaways and insightful stories from your community about the impact of this cost of living crisis on our readers. A global energy crisis exacerbated by the invasion of Ukraine, the financial fallout of the Covid pandemic, record inflation figures and a spike in the cost of goods, fuel and travel means we will all feel the misery. With our newspaper, we want to do everything we can to make your money go further, because we know your money is important.


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