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Students can get a 10% discount in store at Iceland* by showing a valid student ID or Unidays app until Wed 31 Oct.
If students also register for a free Bonus Card (Iceland's loyalty card), they will be able to get 10% off until the end of Nov.
If you're shopping online, Iceland offers a £4 off a £40 shop student discount via Unidays.
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Students can get £4 off a spend of £40 or more online at Iceland*.
You'll need a code from Unidays, which you can get for free by signing up with your university details, and to register with Iceland* to see if it delivers in your area (it's free on orders over £35).
It's one code per student. Carrier bags don't count towards the minimum spend and alcohol is excluded from the offer in Scotland.
Latest Expired Deals
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Iceland £5 off £40 online shop
For Matalan card holders until Tue 28 Aug
10% off for emergency services personnel
In Iceland & Food Warehouse stores, or online for Bluelight cardholders
If you work as a member of the emergency services, you can get 10% off at Iceland* or The Food warehouse until Sun 29 Jul when you show valid emergency services photographic ID.
You'll be able to get the offer if you're a member of the police or fire services, RNLI or HM Coastguards or NHS staff.
The discount will be valid on almost everything, but you won't be able to buy more than six of each item or use the discount on carrier bags, Bonus Card savings or in conjunction with some in store offers or with another discount card.
Extended 10% discount
If you show your photographic ID to get the above offer, then swipe your Iceland Bonus card - or register a limited edition Emergency Services Bonus Card you can pick up in stores, you can also get 10% off between Fri 3 Aug and Sun 2 Sep.
What about online?
Some online discounts you can get with a free account, but the card costs £4.99 for a five-year membership so might be worth it if you think you'll save more than £5 using it.