Hungry House | Cheap Chow (*)

If you’re a student, then you will know just as well as me what it is like to be living on a tight budget. If you’re a student that can’t cook, then you’ll probably know even more about depending on takeaway or care packages from the parents.

However, take aways can soon add up and completely mess up the year’s weekly food budget that you worked so tirelessly to put together at the beginning of the year. That’s why hungryhouse  have launched their student-only Cheap Chow discount programme which guarantees to give students first0dibs on the best takeaway deals in town.

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Cheap Chow is a student-only newsletter that hungryhouse sends out throughout the academic year informing students about the best deals, discounts and offers available on their website. If this wasn’t enough, every student who signs up to Cheap Chow also gets a big fat 20% discount to use on hungryhouse. 

How can I sign up? I hear you cry….

It’s pretty simple really – just go to the hungryhouse Cheap Chow page and pop in your name and university email address. You’ll then receive your discount via email. The Cheap Chow programme (and the 20% discount) is open to all students who have a valid University email address!

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Whether you’re a Fresher that has yet to learn how to boil pasta, or a 3rd year who has far too much work to worry about as well as cooking, hungryhouse have also compiled a guide to the UK’s most student-friendly takeaways in order to help you get to know the best bargain takeaways in your city.

What’s your favourite takeaway? Any particular recommendations? Let me know in the comments below!

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