It’s no secret that the festive season can be expensive. There might be presents to buy and social outings to explore. But did you know that apprentices can access exclusive discounts with NUS Apprentice extra?

Apprentices everywhere can make their money go further with an NUS Apprentice extra card. The incentive is the ONLY discount card dedicated to those undertaking an apprenticeship. It promises to be a simple way to cut costs and 1,000’s of people are saving an average £13.50 per month on everything from fashion and food, to travel and tech.

Discounts include:

  • 25% off Odeon
  • 10% off Superdrug
  • 30% off Pizza Express
  • 10% off The Co-op
  • 25% off Jack Wills

Kairon Flowers, Account Executive at Interserve Learning & Employment and a former apprentice, told us: “The NUS Apprentice Extra discount card is an absolutely fantastic perk and it saves me a fortune each year.

“I use my student discount on a range of purchases, from the food shop at Co-op, to clothes and Christmas presents on ASOS. 

“My favourite saving this year was an ASOS promotion, which resulted in a £95 discount off a GoPro Hero7.”
 

 

Introducing the National Society of Apprentices

The National Society of Apprentices (NSoA) works in collaboration with training providers and employers, representing over 150,000 apprentices across the UK. Sales of the NUS Apprentice extra fund the society: A society for apprentices, run by apprentices and paid for by apprentices. 

The NUS Apprentice extra card costs £11 for 12 months. If you are interested in making your money go further, visit NUS Apprentice extra.

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