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Manchester’s biggest student shopping night returns

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By Jacqueline Grima

MCR Student Night Out, Manchester’s biggest and most popular student shopping night returns to the city tomorrow, Tuesday 27th September. If you want to know where you can get some fantastic bargains and make your student loan stretch that little bit further, this is an event you won’t want to miss.

During this event, which takes place on one night only, over 200 high street, designer and independent stores across Manchester are offering up to 50% discount on their goods to students in the city. The event is organised by the Manchester Arndale alongside Manchester’s business improvement district, the Heart of Manchester BID.

As well as huge discounts on clothes and homeware, students can also enjoy delicious food and entertainment as DJs Faith and Tim Wright take to the decks at the Arndale and Capital Fm’s James Hall plays some tunes on Market Street. Shops offering discounts include River Island, French Connection, Top Shop, New Look, Paperchase and Selfridges on Exchange Square. Free margaritas are also on offer at the Corn Exchange from 4pm onwards and many restaurants and fast food outlets will also be offering discounts on the evening.

For more information such as opening times and a full list of stores involved, visit

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