Student shopping at Fort Kinnaird

From discounts to essentials, we’ve got you covered

Fort Kinnaird is the ultimate one-stop shop for everything any student needs. From clothes and films to food, drink, books and stationery – we’ve got it all under one roof. Plus, we’ve rounded up all the vital student discounts you need to know…

See the latest Student discounts and offers at Fort Kinnaird

Wardrobe essentials

Looking to update your wardrobe? New Look is another must-visit for students. In addition to student discount, they pride themselves on their inclusivity and offer a range of plus-size, petite and tall lines while Primark remains the student’s best friend with everything you could ever need for the new season ahead. They’re also helping you to do this in a more sustainable manner with a range of pieces using recycled material as well as shirts and jeans made using recycled cotton.

Don’t forget to check out River Island (student discount) for basic and on-trend buys, Next for effortless formal and casual fashions and Monsoon for accessories, sunnies, bags and hair looks. For shoes, boots and trainers, Clarks, Office (student discount) and Schuh have everything, including bags, socks and a helpful student discount.

If your focus is more on the latest big-brand trainer releases and sportswear, then visit Sports Direct or Skechers for Manhattan Beach-style and exclusive collaborations.


The best food and drink for students

Hungry?  Fort Kinnaird features student favourites Nando’s (get a Nando’s card if you’re a regular visitor is our advice), Five Guys and Pizza Hut. For bites on-the-go Greggs’ vegan sausage roll is legendary for a reason, McDonald’s is always welcome while Pizza Express offers a whopping 30% off for students Monday to Thursday. For great veggie and vegan options and soul-reviving noodles head to Wagamama.

For caffeine fixes, Starbucks has flat whites, espressos, lattes, iced coffees, frappuccinos and cold brews galore while Subway always has some excellent offers on.


Homewares and electrical goods

For everything you’ll ever need to turn your flat, house or halls of residence into a home, Argos, TK Maxx, HomeSense and Wilko are must-visits. Head to Currys PC World for tablets, laptops, headphones and more and stop by Game for the latest releases for wind-down time.


Homeware and stationery

For notebooks, diaries, ring binders, desk storage, cards, gift wrap and countless other useful bits and pieces to keep you on-track and organised, WH Smith and Typo have you well covered – and both offer student discounts on, well… everything.

Waterstones’ Plus Student card gives you a stamp for every £10 that you spend and 10 stamps will earn you £10 on your balance while also giving you discount on each purchase. Plus, their teams are the best in the business if you’re looking for hard-to-find titles or need helpful insights on what to read next.



Superdrug is the place to head to for all of your health and beauty needs (alongside student discount) and is the best place to get hold of the latest releases from top brands such as NYX Makeup and Revolution). Brows specialises in threading, tinting, waxing and lashes while Elegance is great for tanning, nails and beauty treatments.


And relax…

For all the latest film releases (as well as special music, theatre and sports events), Odeon has big screens, the very latest audio-visual tech, luxury seats and great snacks.

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