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New iConnect Card ‘Means Big Savings for Students’

January 29th, 2012 | | Tags: , , , , , ,

Second-level students can now make big savings in almost 100 outlets across the country when they sign up to the new ‘recession-buster’ iConnect Student ID and Discount Card.

And students who purchase the new iConnect card before March 31 2012 will be in with a chance to win two return flights to New York!

The iConnect Card  is the only dedicated ID and discount card for second-level students and young people aged 12-18 years.

The card has been developed jointly by the Irish Second-Level Students’ Union (ISSU) and the  Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) as part of their innovative YouthConnect programme http://www.youth-connect.ie/

The card costs just €13 and is available in schools nationwide, online at www.studentcard.ie, or by calling into any USIT office.

Students who purchase the card before March 31, 2012 and visit the iConnect Facebook page to share the competition link will be entered into the draw for a prize of two return tickets to New York, courtesy of Delta Air Lines.

Speaking at the iConnect launch, Leanne Caulfield of ISSU said: “This card is the perfect recession tonic for students and their parents – giving young people the chance to make real savings!

Fiona Dunne of YouthConnect said: “Sign up and get involved, this is a great opportunity for hard-pressed students.”

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