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As a student in Liverpool there are loads of great discounts and schemes that will help you save money. We’ve rounded up some of the best discounts you should know about.
Make the most of your time at Liverpool University with a TOTUM membership, opening up access to loads of great student discounts and benefits.
Depending on the membership type you go for you’ll get access to loads of great student discounts and offers, a legal age ID card and a 12-month digital ISIC card. You can join TOTUM for free, just by proving you’re a Liverpool University student, or upgrade your membership to unlock more benefits.
There is no finer place to shop and dine than Liverpool ONE – and it’s even better when you can secure a student discount! Many of your favourite stores and restaurants offer discounts for students, and you can find them all listed on the Liverpool One website. Keep checking for more student offers so you don’t miss out!
Buying academic books from your course reading list can be a big expense. Blackwell’s are currently offering a student price match guarantee on purchases from their campus store. If you find a lower price at Amazon, Waterstones or WHSmith they will match it when you make a purchase. They’re also currently offering exclusive book bundles for University of Liverpool students, available online or in-store. They will also buy back second-hand books that you no longer need.
Explore what the city has to offer with Independent Liverpool. From the lesser-known to the best-kept secret gems that deserve a place in your heart.
Download the Independent Liverpool App and enjoy instant access to fantastic discounts and deals at over 110 of Liverpool’s very best independent cafes, bars, restaurants, theatres, pubs, cinemas, hotels, shops and experiences, right at your fingertips – all for just £2 a month, or £15 if you prefer to purchase their annual membership card.
Your Guild Student Officers have secured an exclusive travel ticket for students. The pass costs £340 for the academic year, or £375 for 12 months. You can also purchase termly travel tickets. These are all much cheaper than the standard Arriva passes.
We know that things are different this year and this may impact your travel plans, so we recommend you do the maths first before deciding which pass or ticket is right for you. Visit the Guild website to find out more.
Signing up to the Free YEP membership scheme gives you access to cheaper theatre tickets at both the Everyman theatre and the Playhouse theatre. There’s also free access to exclusive pre-show events and workshops. As if that wasn’t enough, you also get 10% off food and drink. Click here to find out more.
All University of Liverpool students are entitled to install Microsoft Office on personal computers and tablets for free. You can download and install Office on up to 5 devices – whether a PC, laptop, Mac, tablet or phone. Your licence will last for as long as you are a member of the University. Click here to find out more.
The University have partnered with Tate Liverpool so that students can gain free access to the Tate’s special exhibitions. Plus, by showing your student ID card, you can also get 10% discount in Tate Liverpool’s café and shop at the Royal Albert Dock.
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Event: Olivia Harrison presents poetry to mark anniversary of George Harrison’s passing
We were delighted to present ten esteemed figures with honorary degrees in a special ceremony @liverpoolphil yesterday including former MP @LouiseEllman, @Everton CEO Denise Barrett-Baxendale and @TheLegItPodcast host @AndyGbootneck.
Read more here 👉https://news.liverpool.ac.uk/2022/12/06/everton-ceo-and-former-mp-receive-honorary-degrees-from-university-of-liverpool/
Then and now! Graduates standing outside the Liverpool Philharmonic in 1982, and 2022! A lot has changed, but some things stay the same 💙 #LivUniGrad
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Writer and producer Olivia Harrison will be reading from her book of twenty poems and in conversation with @LivUni lecturer Dr Mike Jones at the @TungAuditorium on 14 December.