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ISIC Card Discounts and Promo Codes May 2018

Enjoy thousands of discounts on goods and services in Australia and abroad with a student discount card, which you can now get for less with ISIC card discounts.

The International Student Identity Card (ISIC) is an internationally recognised student card that guarantees discounts on travel, entertainment, clothes, food and online shopping.

The card is issued by the ISIC Association, an international non-profit organisation and a member of the World Youth, Student and Educational Travel Confederation.

ISIC Card discounts and promo codes

$5 off the retail price of all cards: Limited time only

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Enjoy $5 off the retail price of all ISIC's cards for a limited time only. T&Cs apply.

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Up to 40% off flights

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Valid on select dates. T&C's apply.

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$5 off Tastebuds chocolate bouquets

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Get $5 off on Tastebuds' chocolate bouquets with your ISIC Card. T&Cs apply.

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$50 off HelloFresh subscriptions

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Get $50 off on HelloFresh subscriptions with your ISIC Card. T&Cs apply.

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$10 off first Foodora order

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Get $10 off first Foodora order with your ISIC Card. T&Cs apply.

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20% off Missguided

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Get 20% off Missguided with your ISIC Card. T&Cs apply.

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FREE IELTS practice test and exclusive advice

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Use your ISIC Card to avail FREE IELTS practice test and exclusive advice. T&Cs apply.

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20% off The Economist academic rate digital subscription

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Get 20% off The Economist academic rate digital subscription with your ISIC Card. T&Cs apply.

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10% off Nitrogenie

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Get 10% off Nitrogenie with your ISIC Card. T&Cs apply.

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25% off Kula Athletic

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Get 25% off on Kula Athletic with your ISIC Card. T&Cs apply.

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Get access to 42,000 discounts globally Register for an ISIC Card and gain access to more then 42,000 discounts globally on travel and transport, fashion, food, entertainment and more.

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What are some of the ISIC Card benefits?

The ISIC card grants holders more than 41,000 discounts and benefits in 120 countries. It includes:

  • A 20% discount at thousands of restaurants, cafes and bars
  • A 20% discount on Delivery Hero takeaway orders
  • A 20% discount at Boohoo.com
  • 2 for 1 entry to Australian attractions such as Sydney Tower Eye and Sealife in Melbourne and Sydney.
  • Up to 20% off art gallery admissions in New York
  • Up to 15% off European bus tickets with Eurolines and Student Agency
  • A 15% discount at Australia Zoo
  • Up to 40% off Queensland Rail Services
  • Up to 30% off NSW Regional Trainlink Services

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ISIC Card Review | Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Not just for students. A version of the ISIC card is available for full-time teachers (ITIC) and for people younger than 31 (IYTC).
  • App included. Download the app to your smartphone to search for discounts close to you.
  • Thousands of discounts. ISIC holders are eligible for thousands of discounts on food, shopping, transport and entertainment.
  • Internationally recognised. ISIC is endorsed by UNESCO and international education institutions. Discounts are available worldwide.

Cons

  • Lost cards are non-transferable. If you lose your card, you will need to buy a new one. ISIC cards are non-refundable and non-transferable.

How can I get ISIC Card free shipping?

Standard shipping is free. Select “regular post” during the sign-up process to get free shipping. Express post is also available for a flat rate of $6.


What forms of payment does ISIC Card accept?

  • Visa
  • MasterCard

What is the ISIC card cancellation policy?

Card purchases are non-refundable. If you lose your card, you will not be able to get a replacement or transfer the card number. You will need to buy a new card.

Clare Cribbin

Clare works as the assistant publisher in the shopping team here at finder.com.au. She is interested in anything health and fitness related, whether it be the latest trending health drink, a new kind of workout class or hunting down a gym membership bargain.

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