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    I have both. I find that the NUS card is great (especially at Co-Op) I also use it when in Cosmos and the Odeon Cinema. Although I don't actually know what discounts I can get (I just give them my card and ask for discount). I haven't really used my Unidays account at all, but it looks good for events i.e. Thorpe Park Fright Night?
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    I've had Unidays and NUS Extra, and always accessed more cost savings from NUS Extra, - it pays for itself within the first couple of time of usage. Unidays, for me, is for one-off benefits, but NUS Extra allows constant access to significant discounts.
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    Unidays is just a pyramid scheme.
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    (Original post by BobBobson)
    Unidays is just a pyramid scheme.
    I mean, its not???
 
 
 
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