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15-30% Discount for NHS Staff @ Holland & Barrett
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15-30% Discount for NHS Staff @ Holland & Barrett

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Posted 28th Mar

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“From today (23/03/2020), until the end of April, we’re offering NHS staff access to our staff discount on all our products in store. That’s 30% off Holland & Barrett own products, and a 15% discount on all our branded products in store.”

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That's a shame you can't register for a code with your NHS email.
Edited by: "MildmanneredCalvin" 29th Mar
what a joke
My mum went in store to use the discount and got abuse from the store assistant for going into the shop. Can't win.
30% is that what our NHS staff are worth. Holland Barrett shame on you. It's upsetting that in this day and age companies start to loose their morals.
plainjayne8129/03/2020 15:04

My mum went in store to use the discount and got abuse from the store …My mum went in store to use the discount and got abuse from the store assistant for going into the shop. Can't win.


Interesting that, walked into an empty store yesterday and straight away asked in an abrupt manner, what do you want. As if they didn't want the custom!
Why don't all these companies do this on various days *regularly* throughout the year for nhs staff, rather than at a time like this when these people are busiest and have no time to be shopping online
monkey020329/03/2020 16:00

30% is that what our NHS staff are worth. Holland Barrett shame on you. …30% is that what our NHS staff are worth. Holland Barrett shame on you. It's upsetting that in this day and age companies start to loose their morals.


It’s pretty generous, actually. Especially given that it’s specifically for people earning enough of a salary to be able to afford just to pay. I don’t see them offering any such discount based on need, such as for those struggling to get by on a £73 per week income, including sick people, when such a great fuss has been made recently about how people couldn’t possibly survive on £94 a week SSP.

It’s about time that companies start to offer a “disability discount” as an equivalent to an OAP discount or a student discount. Regardless of the cause of disability, virus or not, those people are far more likely to be out of work and relying on benefits which we can now say that the masses consider to be too low, on top of the fact that living with a disability just costs more, as established by like every study that considers such matters. And with this current crisis, they seem to have been excluded from any extra money, but still have to deal with reduced availability and price increases for essentials, throwing any careful budgets out the window.

I’m sure any NHS worker worth their salt would recognise that discounts would be better targeted at the needy than just those deemed deserving. If you work for the NHS and can stomach watching a patient struggling to get by whilst you think that you deserve a discount purely based on the sheer luck that you’re able to work in a job that helps people not so lucky with their health, then maybe you’re in the job for the wrong reasons.
Again in store only not online not understanding encouraging people to go into shops 🙈
Kinda ironic that the home of massive quackery and borderline health-fraud is giving discounts to genuine healthcare workers...
Heading to Holland and Barratt today
blabbity29/03/2020 19:50

It’s pretty generous, actually. Especially given that it’s specifically for …It’s pretty generous, actually. Especially given that it’s specifically for people earning enough of a salary to be able to afford just to pay. I don’t see them offering any such discount based on need, such as for those struggling to get by on a £73 per week income, including sick people, when such a great fuss has been made recently about how people couldn’t possibly survive on £94 a week SSP.It’s about time that companies start to offer a “disability discount” as an equivalent to an OAP discount or a student discount. Regardless of the cause of disability, virus or not, those people are far more likely to be out of work and relying on benefits which we can now say that the masses consider to be too low, on top of the fact that living with a disability just costs more, as established by like every study that considers such matters. And with this current crisis, they seem to have been excluded from any extra money, but still have to deal with reduced availability and price increases for essentials, throwing any careful budgets out the window.I’m sure any NHS worker worth their salt would recognise that discounts would be better targeted at the needy than just those deemed deserving. If you work for the NHS and can stomach watching a patient struggling to get by whilst you think that you deserve a discount purely based on the sheer luck that you’re able to work in a job that helps people not so lucky with their health, then maybe you’re in the job for the wrong reasons.



Have to say I agree with the points made above. The discount is what it is, for now but I agree that a lot of these discounts could be better directed.

Also agree does not make sense to have to go in store to get it rather than use online! But I have to say it came in handy for me to buy some seeds (which I couldn’t find in Aldi) and was passing H&B on my way home and figured may as well use it..

The whole purpose of hotUKdeals is moneysaving, whether that’s on a big or small scale. A lot of what is posted here could be deemed a luxury given that there are so many people in our country struggling to make ends meet and buy basic essentials.

A lot of us who work in the NHS struggle to “stomach” a lot of what we see every day. I don’t think most of us feel we deserve these discounts but I also don’t think that making use of them makes us selfish or means that we do our jobs “for the wrong reasons”. I don’t think many of us went into our jobs for the NHS discounts..
Edited by: "anisah.shaffi" 30th Mar
Someone I know bought a product that was 90% reduced and the store granted an extra 15% off without question when they showed their NHS card. So works on sales items too. Said the staff were very gracious and even thanked them for their work. My friend was so grateful! Sounds like top service to me!
Edited by: "BargainHuntBarbie" 31st Mar
When do the Police have special days ?
This works online now too 🏼
monkey020329/03/2020 16:00

30% is that what our NHS staff are worth. Holland Barrett shame on you. …30% is that what our NHS staff are worth. Holland Barrett shame on you. It's upsetting that in this day and age companies start to loose their morals.


30% off is the biggest discount that any retailer is offering to anyone. Also customers cannot get alot of vitamins on prescription anymore.
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