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The test is very simple - you will not need to be examined.

To request a Check Kit Chlamydia postal kit you must:

* be aged 24 or under
* live in Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea or Westminster
* not have any symptoms
* only order a kit for yourself.

Check Kit is part of the NHS.. The kit you will receive will be the same one used at your local Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinic. Because we are part of the NHS, your kit and any treatment you need will be completely free. You don't even have to pay to post the kit back to us. Please note we do not post treatment.

This service is free and confidential. Your test will arrive by post in an unmarked envelope with full instructions.
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#1
Which part of my meat and two veg get tested with this?:?
banned#2
lol you send off for a kit which will be posted to you with a pot for a urine sample

why so cold?? brrrr
#3
To get the voucher I think you have to send it back,

Complete the test, send it back to us & you'll receive a £10 hmv e-voucher. So go ahead, order a free test kit now!
1 Like #4
Terms & Conditions of the hmv e-voucher promotion:

1. This offer is open to Westminster, Hammersmith and Fulham residents aged 16 to 24

2. Only one e-voucher per person can be claimed, unless otherwise stated

3. The unique activation code to redeem your e-voucher will be sent separately to test results

4. The closing date and time for this offer is midnight 30 September 2009

5. Everyone who returns a valid Chlamydia test with a fully completed form will receive the £10 hmv e-voucher

6. No cash alternative or alternative offer is available on request

7. By claiming the free hmv e- voucher all participants will be deemed to have accepted and agreed to be bound by these rules

8. Use of a false name or address eg a name by which the entrant is not usually known, will disqualify them from receiving the e-voucher. NHS Westminster reserves the right to oblige any potential recipient of the e-voucher to provide documentary proof of their identity and address as directed by NHS Westminster before such person claims their voucher

9. NHS Westminster reserves the right to cancel or suspend this promotion or to amend the rules at any time without notice

10. We will keep your personal details for a reasonable time so that we can send you the e-voucher, to verify that these rules have been complied with, and for accounting purposes

11. We will not pass on your personal details to any other organisation without your permission except for the purposes of running this promotion

12. The promoters are: NHS Westminster, 15 Marylebone Road, NW1 5JD and NHS Hammersmith & Fulham, 1 Hammersmith Broadway, W6 9DL
#5
Sounds like a good idea to me. Chlamydia is rife and most people don't seem to understand that it generally has no symptoms at all, until you try to have kids that is....

As stated, this is a very simple pee in a pot and post it back test. If it's the same as the ones in my job then they will anonymously text you the results with either a yes or no. Although the screening program is nationwide it's a shame this offer isn't (I'm too old to qualify myself) as it's a great incentive!
#6
dam it! I was going to give em my email for the voucher and a London Vicar and Church address for the kit! ;)

LOL just had a tought, bet the voucher come with CHLAMYDIA TEST on it, no one would use it!
#7
A big clap for finding this one. http://www.bbc.co.uk/606/2/refresh/images/smileys/f_applause.gif

heat (or is that a red neck?)
#8
Good find, Chlamydia has increased dramatically in the past few years. So this should help people who unknowing have it and help them to get the treatment that they need.
#9
Dontforg3t
Good find, Chlamydia has increased dramatically in the past few years. So this should help people who unknowing have it and help them to get the treatment that they need.


...and a cd too!
1 Like #10
Groaver
A big clap for finding this one. http://www.bbc.co.uk/606/2/refresh/images/smileys/f_applause.gif

heat (or is that a red neck?)


Here's hoping there isn't any 'big clap'. :thumbsup:
#11
Westminister? Fulham?
Am I the only one thinking that people living in these areas probably don't need any extra cash......
#12
Imagine a doctor came round to your house. Theres been an awful lot of people doing anything with the kit we sent out, im here to make sure that you use it!
#13
MAN im so gutted i'm to old for this offer by a week i turned 25 on the 9th!
#14
Be funny if you find you do have Chlamydia,but hay you still get 10 quid voucher so its worth it :D
#15
V to the D to the D V D. Bo!
#16
wesker115
Westminister? Fulham?
Am I the only one thinking that people living in these areas probably don't need any extra cash......


I don't live there but if it's a well off area there may be a culture of 'I'm too posh to have chlamydia' amongst *some* people. You'd have to be daft to turn down £10 in exchange for some pee though!
#17
More taxpayers money down the drain.

This is up there with paying money to people to get them to stop smoking, Why are we doing this sort of thing?

Providing junkies with free kits to keep on abusing their bodies (complete with needles and citric acid). Keeps them 'healthy' apparently.

And bribing moronic families with truant kids with money to send their kids to school when they are supposed to be using the legal route and jailing them instead.

This country is an absolute godsend to the ne'r do wells and scum, as long as taxpayers are paying of course.
#18
erm, has no one thought about the pots of p*ss that are going to in the postal system now? If you're letters looked oddly stained, you know why...
#19
Ev0lution
More taxpayers money down the drain.

This is up there with paying money to people to get them to stop smoking, Why are we doing this sort of thing?

Providing junkies with free kits to keep on abusing their bodies (complete with needles and citric acid). Keeps them 'healthy' apparently.

And bribing moronic families with truant kids with money to send their kids to school when they are supposed to be using the legal route and jailing them instead.

This country is an absolute godsend to the ne'r do wells and scum, as long as taxpayers are paying of course.



100% with you on this
#20
Ev0lution
More taxpayers money down the drain.

This is up there with paying money to people to get them to stop smoking, Why are we doing this sort of thing?

Providing junkies with free kits to keep on abusing their bodies (complete with needles and citric acid). Keeps them 'healthy' apparently.

And bribing moronic families with truant kids with money to send their kids to school when they are supposed to be using the legal route and jailing them instead.

This country is an absolute godsend to the ne'r do wells and scum, as long as taxpayers are paying of course.



Does seem like a strange idea.

"Well I thought I might have an STD but now someone is playing me a tenner i'll find out!"

Sure it's a great deal.. just an awful waste of money.
#21
Wonder why they put 24 and under.?....
Weird!
banned#22
Shame, if they had timed it a bit better they could have sent them out to arrive just before the post strikes. And had loads of wee sitting for ages in the post boxes of London (more than on a normal day!).
#23
ermmmm
#24
stamfordblue
Wonder why they put 24 and under.?....
Weird!


Because that's the age group they are aiming at for this current campaign. Given that sexually transmitted infections in older people are increasing massively, you can expect a similar campaign for 50+ at some point I would imagine.
#25
there is no room in this forum for place-ism
banned#26
stamfordblue
Wonder why they put 24 and under.?....
Weird!


Because older people do not use HMV.
#27
Well I live in Fulham and I certainly don't have wads of cash! I pay more to live in a nicer part of the city but it doesn't mean I'm loaded. Far from it.
#28
I reckon they're taking the pee!:shock:
banned#29
since when were people from westminster loaded???
#30
They'll put your test results on the voucher, so when you take it in to HMV it'll say "it's OK to serve this person 'cos they don't have the clap". :-D
#31
wesker115
Westminister? Fulham?
Am I the only one thinking that people living in these areas probably don't need any extra cash......


Your thinking i wrong. I used to live in Westminster and there are a lot of council flats over there. So I wouldn't say they are all posh ;-)
banned#32
Bengali.Gangsta
Your thinking i wrong. I used to live in Westminster and there are a lot of council flats over there. So I wouldn't say they are all posh ;-)


your username bengali gangster, however your avatar is an image of the palestinian flag

bizarre :thinking:
banned#33
Billie_Jean
your username bengali gangster, however your avatar is an image of the palestinian flag

bizarre :thinking:


Whereas your usename is Billie Jean, yet you have a picture of Michael Jackson from the Thriller video.

bizarre :thinking:
banned#34
NobbyB
Whereas your usename is Billie Jean, yet you have a picture of Michael Jackson from the Thriller video.

bizarre :thinking:


Well at least it has some sort of reference to Michael jackson urs is just

Random :thinking:

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