For just £11, UK Apprentices can get massive discounts on top fashion names, travel, food, tech and much more. Check out the Apprentice extra discount card!
Withrecent news of a £695 million package to support apprenticeships and the apprentice minimum wage set to increase in April 2019, it looks like vocational education could be back on track
It’s good news for apprentices, but even with an increase in your pay packet, it’s tough to make ends meet. Learning to manage money is fiddly but fundamental. As you earn… you learn.
“I work 40+ hour weeks (including studying), yet only earn marginally more than full time students with a part time income.” (Degree Apprentice, aged 22-23, Business & IT)
The Apprentice extra card helps you cut costs the easy way. It’s the ONLY discount card dedicated to apprentices.
Thousands are already saving £13.50 per month on average, on everything from food and fashion to travel and tech.
With access to hundreds of discounts for work and play, budgeting doesn’t have to be boring 😴.
“Working as a beauty therapist means things don’t come cheap! I regularly have to nip out to different shops to get things for work – from cotton pads and cotton buds to make-up brushes and tweezers. If I haven’t got much money, knowing I can save over £10 on all these products is amazing.”
Apprentice extra are proud of their ethics and work closely with the Co-op to offer apprentices 10% off; food that’s good for you and the planet.
There are also great discounts on eating out at Pizza Express, Chiquito, Frankie & Benny’s and Las Iguanas… to name but a few!
Tech doesn’t come cheap! Apprentice extra offers a huge range of discounts on…
- Apple products
- Microsoft products
- Mobile phone packages.
Days out just got cheaper
After a long week at work, there’s some amazing discounts on days out to help wind down, including £25 off entry at Go Ape, up to 49% off at Alton Towers, up to 51% off at Thorpe Park, 25% off student price tickets at Odeon and 20% off Virgin Experience Days.
Keeping the work wardrobe up-to-date can be painful on the pocket but these great fashion discounts will soften the blow, with 10% off:
- Forever 21
- The Idle Man
- Jack Wills.
Just the commute to work can drain the bank balance but here’s some discounts to help cut the cost of the journey or just enjoy when you’re out and about…12% off 1-year 16-25 railcards, 10% off pre-booked Cross Country travel, 25% off Transpennine Express and 20% off with National Express.
Thinking about driving lessons? There are good deals to be had there too.
Discounts on toiletries
Cosmetics and toiletries come with a high price tag – especially if you want the big brands. Buffer the shock with 10% off at Superdrug, 15% off at Lookfantastic, 15% off at Eyeko and 15% off at Illamasqua + more.
“This little card is probably one of the best purchases I’ve made and has paid for itself many times over.”
For just £11, apprentices can get hold of a card here.
Cardholders could make their money back in one weekend!
NUS works to represent apprentices through the National Society of Apprentices (NSoA) and profits from the card fund the society. You can read more about their work here.
And while you’re here…Did you know for students in full-time education, NUS extra has been rebranded and is now TOTUM. With all the same great discounts we know and love, students can now download the TOTUM app for free which connects them directly to their place of study with loads of exciting new features to make sure their time as a student is the best it can be. FIND OUT MORE…