Currys always have deals on, I think they are a little obsessed to be honest with pushing voucher codes and sales to their customers, they do it every week! So why do some people not use these deals to save money on their shopping? Let’s cover the types of deals and codes that Currys publish each week and when is the best time to shop and save money at Currys.co.uk.
Most common discount codes you’ll find and when to find them
Currys always have a nice selection of discount codes on offer to save you money, sadly these aren’t always desirable for students. The most useful student offers are the ones that come in the forms of cashback or savings on Apple and PCs, and the software ones save you a little extra. With Currys you can often find good student deals of Macbooks, iPads etc and also the Office for Mac software that you’ll probably need. As for desktop PCs you will also get great deals on laptops that have Microsoft Office installed at a special student discount rate.
If you do shop in the store then be sure to visit the counter or information desk at Currys and ask about the student discounts they provide on tablets, computers and software. They also do a few deals on books and backup devices to keep your work safe.
Deals on Televisions, Fridges etc
Currys are a good place to pickup small fridges for your dorm room, kitchen that are cheap to run and have good energy ratings. They look like mini drink fridges but are perfect for keeping small amounts of food and the milk for your morning brew. You can easily pick these up (or ask your loving parents) for less than £100 so it’s pretty cheap as they’ll last you many years.
As for televisions then they have some really cheap 24+ inch TVs that are a good size for a small dorm room and you can also plug your laptop into them if you need to use them as a computer monitor. Really makes it easier on the eyes when you’re writing a huge essay that needs to be finished before tomorrow.
Cheap microwave for dorm room cooking
If you fancy doing a bit of student dorm room cooking then we recommend picking up a cheap microwave from Argos, Currys or some place where you get electrical goods quite cheap. You can get some bargains if you shop around, and the cheapest microwaves we seen start at around £35 and do the job just fine. Expect a low watt and small litre capacity but it’s perfect for the pot-noodle! There are a few places to get a low cost microwaves but we’ve found a cheapest microwave list to save you time and money. Here they list the microwaves by price and update the prices every day. Handy if you just want something that’s a bargain and works.
Thanks for this quick guide to saving money with Currys, you can also visit this Currys discount code site for the latest deals that are updated daily.