The National Student Money Week starts on Monday and what better way to prepare than by equipping yourself with an app designed purely to benefit students? Student Beans ID acts as your digital student card, offering discounts in the best shops and even provides mapping of where these deals can be found.
Everybody loves a discount, students more than most! With Student Beans ID you will be able to access codes for many of the most popular shops with students, such as Jack Wills, Cineworld, Urban Outfitters, O2, New Look, Krispy Kreme and many more. You can download it now for iOS on the App Store completely free of charge, as most of the best things are.
The app will ensure you can prove your student identity at all times, replacing your traditional student card all you need to do is flash your iPhone. The Student Beans ID discount app will verify your student status with your University or College and is just as valid as the student card you were previously issued.
Not only do you get discounts from the app you also get mapping which shows you the locations of local deals in your area. All you need to do is browse through, select a category you need a discount in and the map on your iPhone will root out all of the relevant student offers close by.
The Student Beans ID app has been created with the intention of saving students around the UK money, this has been the goal of founder James Eder who has spent 8 years achieving this ambition. The app has only been available for 3 weeks and has already proven very popular, the savings that student have made so far have likely gone a long way.
You can find out much more about Student Beans ID by visiting their website, if you have already downloaded the app then spread the word to your friends. The savings you accumulate over time might just pay for another round at the Student Union bar!
Let us know the kind of discounts you have enjoyed so far using Student Beans, has it helped your student life?
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