It’s that time of year again; exams are almost over, university is finishing for another year and students up and down the country are starting to leave their accommodation. And let’s face it, packing up your belongings and having to move out is never much fun.
Student Lock-ins 2019.
One of the best things about being a student is the discounts that come with it. From food and drink, to clothes and gadgets, as a student you can make big savings on many top products and brands all year round.
But if there’s one time of the year to really make the most out of your student discount, it’s now. The start of a new academic year, you’ve just moved in to your student accommodation and a new intake of freshers means exclusive student-only shopping events and discounts are taking place at some of the UK’s top shopping venues. So, to help you organise your diary and ensure you don’t miss out on a fun-packed evening of freebies, competitions, up to 50% off discounts, music, games and much more, we’ve put together a list of some of the best student shopping nights…
Birmingham Student Lock-ins:
- Merry Hill – Tuesday 24th September: 3 – 9pm
- Bullring & Grand Central – Thursday 10th October: 5 – 9pm
- Cabot Circus – Tuesday 1st October: 5 – 9pm
- Grand Arcade – Wednesday 9th October
- St David’s – Tuesday 1st October: 4 – 9pm
Carlisle Student Lock-ins:
- Lanes – Thursday 19th September: 6 – 9pm
- Nothing confirmed.
- The Lower Precinct, West Orchards and Coventry BID – Wednesday 2nd October: 6 – 9pm
- Derby – Tuesday 1st October: 6 – 10pm
Dublin Student Lock-ins:
- Nothing Confirmed.
- Princesshay – Tuesday 1st October: 6:30 – 9:30pm
- Kingsgate – Thursday 26th September: 6 – 9pm
- Trinity Leeds – Tuesday 1st October: 12 – 8pm
Leicester Student Lock-ins:
- Highcross – Tuesday 8th October: 8:30pm – 12am
- Liverpool One – Wednesday 25th September: 9:30am – 8pm
- Victoria Centre – Tuesday 1st October: 6 – 10pm
Oxford Student Lock-ins:
- Nothing Confirmed.
- Drake Circus – Tuesday 24th September: 6:30 – 9pm
- MeadowHall – Thursday 3rd October: 5 – 10pm
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