Timberland student discount
Timberland offer students a 10% off discount
Students can get 10% off orders at Timberland with student discount from Student Beans.
To get yours, just click below, scroll to the bottom of the page and hit 'Student Discount'. You can then sign in to your Student Beans account. You'll be able to enter your unique code at the Timberland checkout.Click to get discount
Active Timberland offers
More information about Timberland
Timberland is a leader in premium-quality footwear, clothing and accessories. Their mission is to equip people to make a difference in their world by creating outstanding products and doing all they can to benefit the communities where we live and work.
Their original yellow boot, named 'The Timberland' was one of the first waterproof boots of its kind, made for hard working New Englanders and inspired by form and function, not trends and runways. Remaining true to that authenticity is just what appealed to people from all walks of life.
Eventually, it started selling in stores like Bloomingdales and Saks Fifth Avenue, which began a whole new era of the yellow boot: the boot as fashion. Today, the boot remains one of fashion's most recognisable classics.
One place you should always take a look if you're looking for discounted Timberland clothing or footwear is the Timberland outlet area of their site.
There are often huge savings of up to 50% off RRP.
Take a look at the current outlet selection here.
Past Timberland offers
In the past, Timberland offers have included:
- Free delivery
- Up to 50% off sale
- Extra 20% off sale items
- Extra discount off selected men's styles
- and many more!
Example items available at Timberland
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