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A Level Results Day Freebies 2022!
We’ve scoured the internet to find the results day freebies and deals to help you celebrate your A Level results! We’ll be adding to the list as we find more and more so remember to check back:
Get a free ¼ Chicken or Starter menu item when you spend a minimum of £7 on results day (10th August), all you need to do is take your results (email, text or paper version) and a valid ID – See here for details.
Free dough balls with any main meal to any student on results day and you still get to use your 30% UNiDAYS offer – see here.
Get 22% off your food bill when you show your results at Fridays – see here for the details.
Sadly no freebie cocktails but, you get three free churros when you show your A level results – See here for details.
Deliveroo is celebrating Results Day with discounts across 4,000 restaurants, with deals of up to 25% off restaurants including PizzaExpress, Giggling Squid, Zizzi, Ask Italian, and Frankie & Benny’s. Simply search Family Meal Deals on the Deliveroo app to see which restaurants are taking part!
Need accommodation for September? Don’t panic, it’s not too late. We still have availability at many of our halls across the UK and Ireland. Take a look at our locations and find your Host for the 2022/23 academic year.
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