Save Money in the Cost Crisis with Young Scot

We know with inflation, that the prices of products are rising, so check out some Young Scot Discounts you can get with your Young Scot National Entitlement Card (NEC), to support your everyday living costs.

Supermarkets & Food

Save on groceries and food with 10% off at Co-op and 10% off at Scotmid.

You can also save on meals out (Ts & Cs apply) with:


To save on clothes, you can get 10% off at Preworn, a second-hand clothing site. Charity shops are also a good alternative to buy cheaper items that have been pre-loved.

You can also get money off at loads of other high street retailers, including:

Things to Do

For books and learning, including exam past papers, you can get:

If you are looking for activities to do, be sure to make use of the £1 entry at Historic Scotland, National Trust for Scotland and selected Historic Houses attractions.


Don’t forget you can get free bus travel with your Young Scot NEC if you’re under 22.

If you are aged 16, 17 or 18 or a full-time volunteer, you can also get a third off of single and most return train fares, 50% off of season tickets and discounted ferry travel.

Next time you’re making a purchase, make sure to check our Discounts page to see if there’s a saving for you!

More Information

Want to save money somewhere near you? Please get in touch by email using and let us know your suggestions of local and independent businesses that you think should offer a Young Scot Discount.

For more information about the cost crisis, visit our dedicated page on Coping With the Cost Crisis.

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