GRUBS UP You can get £4 off your food shop at Iceland – but only if you’re a student

It’s the first time the supermarket has offered a student discount which is perfect for the lazy student.

 Iceland is offering £4 off your shop if you're a student - but you'll need to spend £40

Iceland is offering £4 off your shop if you’re a student – but you’ll need to spend £40

Targeting cash strapped students, Iceland is offering £4 off when they spend £40 on their shop – which means they’ll be entitled to free delivery too.

To take advantage of the deal, students will need to sign up to discount website UNiDAYS with their university or college email address and download the app.

The app will then issue them with a unique code which you can use when you go to pay at the checkout via the Iceland website or app.

You can get the discount as many times as you like, you just need to go back to UNiDAYS to get a new code for each time you shop.

Unfortunately, you have to spend at least £40 to get money off and even if you spend more, like £50, you will still only get a £4 discount.

But if you’re a student counting pennies, even the small savings add up. The deal is available to use now and there’s not signs of it having an end date.

 UNiDAYS is a discount website for students and is offering £4 off at Iceland when you spend £40

UNiDAYS is a discount website for students and is offering £4 off at Iceland when you spend £40

You have to spend a minimum of £25 to be eligible for an Iceland delivery, which costs £2 for orders between £25 and £34.99.

Because delivery is free for orders over £34.99, students taking advantage of the offer are also entitled to free delivery on top of the discount.

If you’re a student and the thought of spending £40 on a grocery shop is a bit optimistic, then you can combine your shop with a friend’s to make it up to the amount needed.

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You can get still get deals at Iceland even if you’re not a student by signing up to to their loyalty card.

The frozen supermarket specialists are currently giving away up to £150 for free to loyalty card holders – but only until October 29.

Under the deal, customers who use the Iceland’s Bonus Card when they shop can now claim an extra £1 for every £10 they upload to the card, in addition to the £1 they currently earn for every £20 uploaded.