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BHS logoBHS 10% student discount*In stores with ID card, online via Student Beans & NUS Extra

Ongoing

Students can get 10% off everything online at BHS*, and in its stores.

If you're shopping in a store, simply show a valid student ID card at the checkout. If you're shopping online, you'll need a code from Student Beans, which you can get for free by signing up with your university details.

You can also get this discount with an NUS Extra card, by entering your card number online at the checkout. NUS Extra cards cost £12, and can get you discounts at more retailers than your student ID, but if you don't have one already and you just want this discount, you'd be better using one of the free sites.

BHS logoBHS - school uniform from £15*Online and in stores, from age 4-16

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You can get a full school uniform (ages 4-16) from £14 at BHS*.

What can you get?

Prices change depending on size.

How to get the uniform: In store and online at BHS. Delivery's £3.95 or free if you collect in store.

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BHS logoBHS £1.99 fish & chips (buy hot drink)Used to be free, but still a decent offer

Expired
Print this BHS voucher to get fish & chips for £1.99 (usually £5.75ish) when you buy any hot drink at BHS restaurants. The cheapest drink is tea, which costs about £1.40. The voucher's valid every day till Sat 19 Oct at all BHS stores with a restaurant.

The £1.99 fish & chips is the stand-out offer, but the other deals on the voucher (which all expire on Sat 19 Oct) are:

  • Sandwich, baguette or panini for £1.79 (usually £4ish)
  • Any main meal for £1.99 (£5.50ish)
  • Any bakery item for 79p (£1.50ish)
  • Six-item breakfast for £1.99 (£3.45ish)
MSE Michael says:

The fish 'n' chips used to be free with a hot drink and the voucher, but BHS has bumped it up to £1.99 - it's still a decent saving on the usual £5.75 though.

More info
The offers all have different T&Cs, so check the vouchers before redeeming. Some are not valid at BHS Coffee Lounges, Café Express or To Go outlets. Can't be used with any other offer and it's limited to one per person.

BHS logoBHS 25% off*Online code and in-store voucher for full-price and sale items

Expired
Get the code from VoucherCodes* and enter it online at BHS (delivery's £3.95 or collect in-store for free) or print this BHS voucher and take it in store by Sun 6 Oct. Can't be used on furniture, electricals and some other items (see 'more info'), but can be used on items in the up to 70% off sale.
More info
Can't be used with any other offer, on gift cards, non-participating concessions, bagged sweets, café and restaurants,

BHS logoBHS 'free' Friday fish & chips (buy hot drink)Easy click 'n' print voucher includes six different offers

Expired
Print this BHS voucher and when you buy a hot drink from 1.30pm on Fridays, you'll get free fish & chips (usually £5.75) at BHS restaurants. The cheapest drink we've found is tea for £1.40. The voucher's valid till Fri 17 May.

It's valid at all BHS stores with a restaurant.

The 'free' fish & chips is the stand-out offer, but the other five deals on the voucher (which expire on Sat 18 May):

  • 2for1 main meals (usually £5.75ish)
  • 2for1 jacket potatoes (£4.60ish)
  • 2for1 baguettes, toastie or panini (£3.85ish)
  • 2for1 desserts (£2.50ish)
  • 2for1 plated breakfast (£3-£4ish)
More info
The offers all have different T&Cs, so check the vouchers before redeeming. Some are not be valid at BHS Coffee Lounges, Café Express or To Go outlets. Can't be used with any other offer. This deal's been super popular in our forums. See the BHS free fish & chips forum discussion thread.

BHS logoBHS 25% off*Online code and in-store voucher for full-price and sale items

Expired
Get the code from VoucherCodes* and enter it online at BHS (delivery's £3.95 or collect in-store for free) or print this BHS voucher and take it in store by Mon 26 Aug. Only 10% off furniture and electricals. Some items are excluded, see 'more info'.
More info
Can't be used with any other offer, on gift cards, non-participating concessions, bagged sweets, café and restaurants, but can be used on items in the up to 70% off sale.

BHS logoBHS 'free' Friday fish & chips (buy hot drink)Easy click 'n' print voucher includes six different offers

Expired
Print this BHS voucher and when you buy a hot drink from 1.30pm on Fridays, you'll get free fish & chips (usually £5.75) at BHS restaurants. The cheapest drink we've found is tea for £1.40. The voucher's valid till Fri 17 May.

It's valid at all BHS stores with a restaurant.

The 'free' fish & chips is the stand-out offer, but the other five deals on the voucher (which expire on Sat 18 May):

  • 2for1 main meals (usually £5.75ish)
  • 2for1 jacket potatoes (£4.60ish)
  • 2for1 baguettes, toastie or panini (£3.85ish)
  • 2for1 desserts (£2.50ish)
  • 2for1 plated breakfast (£3-£4ish)
More info
The offers all have different T&Cs, so check the vouchers before redeeming. Some are not be valid at BHS Coffee Lounges, Café Express or To Go outlets. Can't be used with any other offer. This deal's been super popular in our forums. See the BHS free fish & chips forum discussion thread.
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