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Save 15% on the Perlego Annual Plan


Billed as the ”Spotify for Textbooks”, Perlego is the online library that gives students unlimited access to over 200,000 titles, for less than the price of a single book.

Their mission is to make learning material more accessible and affordable for all. Forget expensive textbooks, library waiting lists and late return fees. Read any book, anytime and anywhere. Highlight, annotate and cite in a second.

Don't make studying any harder than it should be.

Terms and conditions apply, please click on the terms and conditions tab to view these.

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EXPIRES: 31st March 2020
  1. Customers must have registered and activated their account with HSBC Advance Members to be able to redeem this offer.
  2. This offer is valid until 31st March 2020.
  3. HSBC reserves the right to cancel, suspend, or amend this offer where it becomes necessary to do so.
  4. This offer cannot be negotiated, transferred or exchanged and no cash alternative or part-cash alternative will be offered.
  5. This offer may not be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion.
  6. The offer is only applicable on the Annual plan.
  7. The offer includes a 14-day free trial before being charged. Users can cancel anytime within the 14-day free trial. The 15% discount can only be applied when the code is entered when setting up your Perlego account.
  8. This offer is only available to new customers.
  9. Full Perlego Terms and Conditions apply and can be found here.
  10. The promoter is HSBC UK Bank plc of 1 Centenary Square, Birmingham, B1 1HQ. The supplier is The Marketing Lounge Partnership (MLP) of The Cow Shed, Walnut Tree Farm, Lower Stretton, Cheshire WA4 4PG. The issuer Perlego of 138 Holborn, London EC1N 2SW.
  11. Neither MLP nor HSBC UK Bank plc. undertake responsibility or liability for any goods sold or offered for sale or any works carried out by any third parties’ suppliers and provide absolutely no direct or implied warranties for the services provided.
  12. These terms and conditions and any disputes arising from these terms and conditions are governed by the laws of England and Wales and the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales.