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good evening, am starting to get my uni list sorted, as i am planning to start uni in september 2022. wondered if anyone had any advice/ ideas on where to get uni stuff, thats not too costly.
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good evening, am starting to get my uni list sorted, as i am planning to start uni either 2021 or 2022. wondered if anyone had any advice/ ideas on where to get uni stuff, thats not too costly.
B&M, Home Bargains, supermarkets, IKEA and The Range.
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B&M, Home Bargains, supermarkets, IKEA and The Range.
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good evening, am starting to get my uni list sorted, as i am planning to start uni either 2021 or 2022. wondered if anyone had any advice/ ideas on where to get uni stuff, thats not too costly.
Hey Levi-Jai!

I personally went to wilko and ikea when I was buying things for uni!
The supermarkets are also really good for finding cheap things and for bedding etc

I hope this helps!
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good evening, am starting to get my uni list sorted, as i am planning to start uni either 2021 or 2022. wondered if anyone had any advice/ ideas on where to get uni stuff, thats not too costly.
Hey Levi-Jai

I packed the essentials to take with me when I moved away to uni but also found it useful to have a printer in my room if I needed to print out coursework. I also wanted homely things such as a few of my favourite mugs, pictures for my room etc. I didn't actually do a shop for kitchen utensils until I moved as I wanted to see what the accommodation had provided for us e.g. kettle, toaster. The Range had a great selection of little extras for your room and B&M is really cheap for bathroom essentials too

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Hey Levi-Jai

I packed the essentials to take with me when I moved away to uni but also found it useful to have a printer in my room if I needed to print out coursework. I also wanted homely things such as a few of my favourite mugs, pictures for my room etc. I didn't actually do a shop for kitchen utensils until I moved as I wanted to see what the accommodation had provided for us e.g. kettle, toaster. The Range had a great selection of little extras for your room and B&M is really cheap for bathroom essentials too

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Hey Levi-Jai!

I personally went to wilko and ikea when I was buying things for uni!
The supermarkets are also really good for finding cheap things and for bedding etc

I hope this helps!
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