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Foyles Student Discount

 

Foyles Student Discount


10% off for students instore and online*

 

In 1903 two students, William and Gilbert Foyle, failed their Civil Service exams and decided to take out an ad to sell their old textbooks. The demand was such that they bought more, sold more, bought more again, and soon after founded what they humbly called the World’s Most Famous Bookshop.

 

Over 100 years later Foyles is still thriving on Charing Cross Road, plus we have three other London locations, and shops in Birmingham, Bristol and Chelmsford. Our shops are havens for literature lovers, and during your student years we can help you make it count with our Foyles Student Discount.

 

Students can receive 10% off year-round in any Foyles shop, as well as online.

 

To pick up a Foyles Student Card, visit any of our shops and show a valid student ID to sign up.

 

To claim your 10% online discount, simply email students@foyles.co.uk 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.

 


*Terms & Conditions apply: 10% off year-round instore and online. A valid Student ID must be shown to receive your Foyles Student Card for the 2016-17 academic year. 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. Foyles reserves the right to add to or amend these terms and conditions. All Student Cards expire on 31st August 2017.

 

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