ASOS Student Promo code – NUS Extra Card

If you are student in UK, Australia, Ireland or NZ, aged 16 or over you are eligible for Nus Extra card by http://www.nus.org.uk/. With this card you can get some discount (10%) anytime you make a purchase from ASOS online shop.

Update:  Starting from tomorrow (Wednesday March 20, 2013 at 9.00 AM) there is a special 48h discount period when you can save 25% on ASOS with your NUS card.

The discount is changing yearly. For year 2012 it is only 10% discount so I would start looking for other Asos promo codes out there and apply them first. Sometimes you can save 30% with the correct and active promo code. However, if you are a holder of the card you don’t need to bother yourself searching for codes, just enter the number (16 characters) of your card and you will get the discount everytime.

Nus card and Asos

NUS extra Card is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase. There is also one-off fee 12 GBP. Notice that this card you can still use not only for asos but also in other stores like McDonald, Amazon, Spotify… and many others.

If you are thinking about borrowing the card for one-time use from your friend be noticed that:

  • This can work, but it against NUS Terms and Conditions
  • Your ASOS account will be linked to the Card number forever
  • Also shipping address and payment details will be linked

I don’t recommended it. It is better to be owner of the card. So, please, apply for yours here. The Application consists of 3 easy steps. Prepare your recent photo and payment method. The cards are valid for one, two or three years, it is up to you.

I have the card, where to enter the number?

If you are already the holder of your own NUS Extra card it is very easy to get the discount from ASOS. Simply make your purchase as you normally do on their website. Get your clothes ready in the shopping bag and move forward to the checkout page. Before you pay anything, there are two fields:

  • Promo code or NUS Extra student number
  • Gift vouchers
Entering of NUS card number on ASOS Here you should enter the number of your NUS Extra cad

Click on the first one and enter the number. In this field you can also enter valid ASOS promo code to get discounts immediately. After clicking the “update” button the website will refresh and you will know if the code is valid or inactive.



Remember: Always check for regular promo code first, then use your card for getting bargain.

Can I use my card and other promo code to get a bigger discount?

Unfortunately, no. Only one promo code/card number per one order.

I am student but from different country, can I apply for the card?

The NUS extra card is available at this moment only in the listed countries above.

 

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Weifeng February 28, 2014 at 4:22 pm

Dear,
I am from China.
I often buy items from ASOS.
How to get NUS extra card?
I want to get discounts.
It’s pleased to pay to get NUS extra card.
How should I do?
looking for your reply.
Thank you.
Best regards.

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Tracey September 4, 2013 at 6:09 pm

I am having the exact same problem, they ask for a 16 number code from NUS card but its 18 numbers on card. I even tried what Hannah sugested by going on the nus site and going to track my card and my nus number is 18 digits long. I’m very confused…spent 2 hours trying to look up what to do with no success. :(

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Shelly February 16, 2013 at 9:16 pm

I’ve tried to put the long card number from the front of my card into the discount code box and it’s saying it’s invalid. On here is does say the 16 digit number but there are 18 on the cards. Which number is it I need to enter?

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Hannah March 30, 2013 at 3:36 pm

If you go on the NUS website and sign in you can go to “my account” and “track card” you should see the number you need there, from there you can copy and paste the card number across into ASOS :)

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karen February 5, 2013 at 11:39 pm

Is the NUS code available for NVQ level 2 students as well or does it only apply to universities?

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Shelly February 16, 2013 at 9:17 pm

I’m studying an NVQ (my AAT) at night school and I’ve got a card :-)

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