If you’re a student on a tight budget, you’re probably constantly looking for the best student discounts and deals. But, with so many offers available, it can be tricky to know where to start.

That’s why the team at Split The Bills have put together this round-up of some of the best student deals of 2024 to help you out. From hefty discounts on your favourite brands to food freebies, we’ve got you covered.

You can get most of the student deals and discounts listed below by simply showing your student ID or using a student email address when purchasing. For some of them, you’ll need to have signed up for UNiDAYS or Student Beans. Don’t worry, both of these are completely free – you just need to register and verify your student status. A couple of offers will require you to have a TOTUM card, which costs £24.99 for three years.

Best clothing student discounts and deals

River Island

The high street brand River Island currently offers students 20% off through UNiDAYS. This discount only applies to full-priced items.


ASOS offers students a discount code which you can use to get 10% off until your graduation. This code can be used sitewide, and on some occasions, they’ll increase the discount amount so that you can save even more!


Through UNiDAYS, Adidas offers students 15% off full-priced items.


boohooMAN offers students up to a 40% discount. To get the discount code, use your Student Beans or UNiDAYS account or join boohooMAN’s student club with your uni email address.


Levi’s currently has a 20% student discount through your UNiDAYS account, both in-store and online.


Puma offers a 25% student discount through your Student Beans account, excluding sale items. 


This fashion giant offers students a 15% discount through UNiDAYS and Student Beans.

JD Sports

JD Sports currently offers students a 10% discount through UNiDAYS.

Best food and drink student deals

ASK Italian

Students can get 30% off food Sunday-Thursday using your UNiDAYS code.

Byron Burger

This tasty burger chain also offers students a 30% discount Sunday-Thursday (on food only). You just need to sign up for their mailing list to receive your discount code. You’ll also need to show your student ID alongside the code to claim your discount.

Pizza Express

If Italian pizza is more your thing, Pizza Express offers students a 25% discount off the total bill with a UNiDAYS account (Sunday-Thursday and excluding bank holidays).

YO! Sushi

YO! Sushi offers students a 20% discount on their food bill with UNiDAYS (Sunday-Friday). During January, they’re also giving students a free Holos Kombucha.


Domino’s offers students a hefty 50% discount at the moment. You’ll just need a Student Beans account.


If you’re keen on a Greggs sandwich lunch deal, you can get a free sausage roll, vegan sausage roll, cheese and onion bake or sweet treat with Student Beans.


If you prefer KFC, you can grab a free popcorn snack bucket when you spend over £3 in a single transaction using Student Beans.

Best streaming student deals

Amazon Prime

Amazon Student Prime offers students 6 months free, then 50% off (£4.49 per month). Prime includes free next-day delivery and Prime Video, plus many other benefits.

Apple Music

An Apple Music student subscription gives you access to Apple Music and Apple TV+ for a discounted rate (£5.99 per month) for up to 48 months. You’ll need to re-verify your student status each year.


Spotify offers a 1-month free trial to students and then £5.99 per month for Spotify Premium. You’ll need to verify your student status through a third-party platform by signing into your university portal or uploading proof of enrollment.

If you’re looking to cut down on streaming subscription costs, check out our blog on sharing streaming accounts – it’s got all the information you need to help you save money without breaking the rules.

Best software and electronics student deals


If you’re studying graphic design, you can save a lot of money with the Adobe Creative Cloud Student plan. This gives you access to over 20 Adobe apps for only £16.24 a month in the first year (instead of £56.98 a month).


Lenovo’s Education Store offers students at least 10% off laptops and PCs, plus further discounts on accessories and other items. All you need is a university-issued email address.


The Microsoft Education Store offers students up to 10% off selected products. If you’re studying at a participating university, you can also get a free copy of Microsoft Office.


If you need a new laptop, DELL offers students up to 20% discount. All you need is your academic email address.

Best health and beauty student deals


When you become a Boots Advantage Card member, students can get a 10% discount. You’ll need to present your student ID in-store to get the student discount put on your Advantage Card. Then you can use your discount both online and in-store.


You can get a 10% student discount with Student Beans. Plus, you get 15% off if you subscribe to their blades only subscription.

Holland & Barrett

Holland & Barrett offer students a 20% discount with your UNiDAYS account.

The Body Shop

Likewise, you can get a 15% discount from The Body Shop with UNiDAYS.

Protein World

Protein World offers students up to 45% off selected products to help you stay on track with your fitness goals.


You can get 15% off Sephora products when using their student discount code from Student Beans or UNiDAYS.

Best travel student deals

16-25 Student Railcard

The 16-25 Student Railcard is a great investment if you frequently travel by train. This gives you a 1/3 off all rail fares. You don’t need to be a student to get the card – you just need to be between 16 and 25 years old. However, mature students in full-time education can also get this card.

The 16-25 Student Railcard costs £30 for 1 year or £70 for 3 years.


Booking.com offers students a range of rewards, including a 4% instant reward, 15% off late escape deals and 4% cashback through Student Beans and UNiDAYS.

National Express

You can get 15% off National Express coach bookings with your UNiDAYS or Student Beans account. If you travel by coach a lot, you might want to consider investing in a Young Person’s Coachcard to get a third off all standard and fully flexible fares. This card costs £15 for one year or £35 for 3 years.


If you have a TOTUM card, you can get 10% off Megabus fares, which is ideal if you need a coach to visit your hometown.

How Split The Bills can help

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Please check individual brand’s website for offer expiration dates and full T&Cs. These discounts are correct as of January 2024.


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