Exhibitor Press Releases

18 Oct 2021

New Brands on Student Beans: Just Eat, H&M, New York Yankees and more

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All Saints (UK, US, DE, FR, IE, CA)

Clothing retailer All Saints went live across six key territories with a 15% discount, available online and in-store. By integrating our conversion optimization technology on their site, All Saints is well placed to convert Gen Z browsers into buyers. 

Just Eat (UK)

We know that Gen Z students love to order in – 66% have a delivery app on their phones. With a £2 off discount on all purchases over £10, no doubt the Just Eat app will be landing in student phones across the country. Just in time for first term of uni! 

Blush Mark (US)

Having already caught the attention of Gen Z via its well-pitched socials and tactical partnerships, affordable fashion brand Blush Mark has secured their place in college wardrobes with a 15% student discount. 

Fiit (UK)

This cohort of students has adapted to new ways of working out – and Fiit is right up their alley. Combining interactive gamification with a wide range of workouts, the fitness app is well-positioned to see long-term success with Gen Z. They’ve launched on Student Beans with two tactical offers – a month of Fiit for just 99p, as well as a 14-day free trial plus 50% off any subscription after that. 

H&M (AU)

Joining sister brands Monki, &OtherStories, Weekday and more, H&M AU has opted to partner with Student Beans. There’s nothing quite like a stackable discount to capture the attention of financially savvy students – and that’s exactly what the fashion juggernaut has launched with. Welcome aboard! 

Natwest and RBS (UK) 

We know that Gen Z students are financially savvy. By positioning themselves in front of our UK audience of 1.5 million verified students, Natwest and RBS are well-placed to make a first impression just as young people take their first steps into banking. 

New York Yankees (US) 

The latest name in MLB to go live on Student Beans is an iconic one. New York Yankees is well-positioned to welcome its next generation of consumers, with up to 50% off student tickets for games. 


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