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Animators Survival Kit

10% Off Everything For Students Instore & Online*

* Terms & Conditions apply


To receive 10% off year-round in any branch of Foyles pick up a Foyles Student Card instore, simply visit any branch with your valid student ID to sign up.

To claim your 10% online discount, simply email with your name, place of study and course details.

We will email you a code which should then be entered each time you check out on the Foyles website to receive your discount.



* General

5% off already discounted online purchases except when specified.
The discount is not available in conjunction with any other offer.
Certain products are excluded from the discount offer. These include but are not restricted to: Foyles Gift Cards, National Book Tokens, Theatre Tokens, and the Animator's Survival Kit DVD box set.
Foyles reserves the right to alter products included or excluded from the Scheme or to change the number of participating stores at any time. Foyles reserves the right to add to or amend these terms and conditions.



10% off already discounted online purchases except when specified.

Our online standard promotional discount terms apply.


Full Instore Terms & Conditions apply. Valid Student ID must be shown to receive your Foyles Student Card for the 2015-16 academic year and claim your discount instore. 10% discount will be given only when a valid and matching student ID and Foyles Student Card are shown together. Card expires 31st August 2016.

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