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Discounts, DJs, free drinks and beer pong: Manchester Arndale’s student shopping bonanza goes city wideThe shopping centre’s MCR Student Spring Break is back and bigger than ever with more than 150 shops taking part10:56, 6 APR 2016Updated10:57, 6 APR 2016(Image: The Vain Photography) Get What’s On updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailUndergrads, prepare to give your loans a good bashing Manchester Arndale’s MCR Student Spring Break is back.The student shopping bonanza is going city wide for the first time ever, with stores throughout the city centre taking part.More than 150 retailers will be staying open late to lure in the city’s students with exclusive discounts, freebies and entertainment on Tuesday April 19, from 4 8pm.David Allinson, centre director at Manchester Arndale , which has teamed up with the Heart of Manchester Business Improvement District to put on the event, said: “Our autumn MCR Student Night Out is always a huge hit, but the spring event has now matched it in terms of offers.”Manchester Arndale has everything in one location for students, in the heart of the city, and we hope that they will enjoy the night of great offers and entertainment.”The shopping centre will be at the heart of the action again, with live entertainment including the final of a student battle of the bands and a DJ in the food court.Outside on Market Street, there’ll be beach volleyball, giant beer pong, a limbo competition and more from bars including The Liar’s Club, Crazy Pedro’s, Black Dog Ballroom and Cane and Grain, plus a DJ set from Capital Manchester’s Adam Brown.Read more: Watch: Beauty Vlogger Jamie Genevieve gives beauty tutorial for MCR Made UpFor a more sophisticated soir head over to Harvey Nichols, where there’ll be complimentary drinks and a DJ until 8pm, or Selfridges Exchange Square, which will also have a DJ in store and up to 20 per cent off purchases on the night.High street brands taking part include Aldo, Aspecto, Boux Avenue, Burton, Clarks,
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Clas Ohlson, Coast, Domo, Dorothy Perkins, Dr Martens, Foot Asylum, Gap, G Star Raw, H Henri Lloyd, Jack Jack Wills, Joy, Kurt Geiger, Lipsy, Luke, Miss Selfridge, New Look, Oasis, Office, Pretty Green, River Island, Superdry, Ted Baker, Urban Outfitters, Ugg, USC, Vans and Warehouse, which will all be offering 20 per cent off, and Levi’s, which is slashing 30 per cent off prices.Restaurants and bars are also getting in on the action, with deals including including 40 per cent off at Pizza Hut and 25 per cent off at YO! Sushi. Northern Quarter bar and club Dive NQ will host the official afterparty,
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with drinks deals galore and a massive 55 per cent off food.Students can pre register for the event to be in with the chance to win one of four tickets to Parklife 2016 and a Manchester Arndale Gift Card. Student ID must be presented to claim discounts on the night.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterWhat’s On NewsletterSubscribe to our What’s On newsletterEnter emailSubscribeDancing on IceWho won Dancing On Ice 2018? Reality TV hunk Jake Quickenden crowned championCoronation Street favourite Brooke Vincent and former X Factor and I’m A Celebrity star Jake Quickenden from Wilmslow took on Scotland rugby player Max Evans in the final

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