Win £150 of Ryman vouchers to celebrate the launch of their new website with 12.5% off for UCAS & NUS Extra members
Thursday 02 September 2010
After a summer of work or play, you’re now starting to think about going off to university for the first time, or returning to your studies after the holidays. Inevitably there’s a long ‘to do’ list before you start lectures again but there is a way to get it all done quickly and efficiently, leaving you more time for studying and socialising.
You can get all you need for the new term at the new Ryman website. Whether it’s a desk and chair, paper and pens, or a printer and external hard drive, you’ll find everything you need online 24 hours a day, seven days a week. UCAS and NUS Extra members get a 12.5% discount and all orders can be delivered direct to your door, or to a local Ryman store, if you prefer. And at ryman.co.uk/competition you have the chance to win all the office supplies you need, including a desk, chair, printer and a stack of top quality stationery. So whether it is office furniture, flipcharts, binding machines or presentation materials you need, go to ryman.co.uk for all your office supplies. And of course, if you prefer personal contact you can visit one of 239 stores nationwide.
To celebrate the launch of the new Ryman website, we’re offering one lucky winner £150 of Ryman vouchers, redeemable in-store or online.
THIS COMPETITION CLOSES AT MIDNIGHT BST ON SUNDAY 3RD OCTOBER 2010
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