Whether you're social distancing, isolating or in quarantine due to the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, there are still plenty of Young Scot discounts which could be useful for you and your family.
Remember, to access the online discounts you need to sign up for Young Scot Membership.
If you need to go out to get basic necessities (food and medicine), then the Co-op and Scotmid stores are open for you to do so. Store opening hours may have changed, for the most up to date opening times make sure you check the Co-op website and Scotmid website.
Just take along your Young Scot card to save 10% off your shopping.
Remember that government guidelines say that you should only go shopping for essentials such as food once a day at the most and if you're socially isolating, you'll need to ask friends, family and/or neighbours who live nearby to shop for you. Keep up to date with Coronavirus and how it affects you.
It's particularly important to stay connected to others and to talk to your family and friends during uncertain times. Get an extra 10% credit at The Phone Co-op when you top up online using our discount code and get more time to chat!
There are lots of ways to expand your knowledge at home, and learning something new can help to keep you busy too!
You could use this time to study online for your Theory Test with Driving Test Success. You’ll get 1/3 off Theory and Hazard Perception revision materials with the Young Scot discount.
If you want to do some work relating to the subjects you are studying at school, you can get 20% off course books from Bright Red Publishing to help you do some schoolwork from home.
Looking to do some online shopping, and treat yourself to some new clothes, accessories or a subscription box full of goodies? Make sure you check out the Young Scot discounts to help you make the most of your money.
You can get 10% off Streetwear at Fat Buddha Store, on brands including Fjallraven, Nike and Adidas. You can also get 20% off clothes and accessories at Spoiled Brat.
Save 20% on your first box from Geek Gear Box. You can choose from the Harry Potter themed Wizardry box, the monthly wand subscription or enjoy the classic geek box.
Are you looking for something new to read? Acair publish a wide range of Gaelic, English and bilingual books and you can get 10% off books online with the Young Scot discount.
Dyslexia Voice is a dyslexia-friendly quarterly magazine featuring articles relating to life, learning and work. Designed for people with dyslexia, and to inform others about dyslexia, it's full of news, information and personal stories on being dyslexic in Scotland, and has a dedicated section for children and young people.
Young Scot cardholders can get a yearly subscription for the Dyslexia Voice magazine for £10.
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