Student Discount Directory
Over 100 discounts accessed with your Student ID card
OPSA organises a massive number of student discounts that you can access on production of your current ID card.
Don’t forget to ask at random places for a student discount – you never know your luck (and if you find one that’s not on our list please let us know).
Note: you may need to show your OPSA/OP student ID card to claim discounts.
OUSA Radio One Card
All OP students get a free One Card (collect it with your ID card) which gets you great extra discounts and deals with local retailers, gigs, etc. Don’t forget to activate it online to be eligible for prizes etc.
StudentCard, NZ’s largest tertiary discount card will save you hundreds of dollars nationwide from all the BIG and some not so big brands you already shop with. Places like Noel Leeming, Burger King, Liquor King, Contact Energy, Warehouse Stationery, Jeanswest and 100′s more.
Whether you’re fluffing around town, or on a road trip through the country, StudentCard will make it cheaper for you to be a student, wherever you are. Get one online now or from the OPSA office and start saving mega bucks today.
ISIC Travel Card
Full-time students are purchase an ISIC card which will get student discounts on travel and more around the world. ISIC cards cost $25 and are available online or from STA Travel (inside Starbucks on George St).
Other Deals & Tips
Wanaka Community Pool
Check out the group discounts – show your OPSA/OP ID card
Phone: (03) 443 9334
121 Plantation Road (beside Mount Aspiring College)
All the main banks offer special student accounts with no or low fees and interest-free overdraft. Compare the deals to find the best deal – just be aware of the traps of credit cards.
Community Services Card
Helps you with the costs of health care. Show your card to the pharmacy, doctor, or other service provider to get discounted or free healthcare and prescriptions.
Intercity offers a 12 month Flexi Pass which basically works like a prepay phone card. The more hours you pre purchase means the bigger the discount. You can use it for city travel, intercity travel and even the Interislander ferry and Newmans coaches.
The cheapest flights can usually be found online. Try Air New Zealand’s Grabaseat for great domestic deals.