20% Off at Iceland for all NHS / Coastguard / RNLI / Police / Fire Service & Armed Forces Workers (No minimum spend)
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20% Off at Iceland for all NHS / Coastguard / RNLI / Police / Fire Service & Armed Forces Workers (No minimum spend)

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Refreshed 14th Oct (Posted 11th Oct)Expires on 21/10/2019Edited by:"reindeer333"
Generous offer from Iceland especially as there is no min spend. The offer will last for eight days, running from Monday the 14th October until Monday 21st October. You will need to show your ID or Blue Light card instore to receive the discount.

Example deals (the below offers start next Wednesday although the 20% off begins on Monday)
After Eight Chocolate Thins 300g £1.20
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Walkers 14 pack Quavers, Squares, Wotsits, French Fries or Monster Munch £1.20
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Chicago Town 2 Deep Dish Pizzas 2 x 160g £0.72
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Community Updates
Iceland Twitter confirmation of the promo


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Now also on Iceland's official tweet feed.
A lil trick:

Ensure to use this deal, and when you do, at the end of the week the deal shall reoccur to continue for at least the following week

- If things go as normal

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Top comments
ketsunoanna11/10/2019 14:33

Don't understand logic, these people have jobs. If you are in a senior …Don't understand logic, these people have jobs. If you are in a senior position you def don't need a discount. As this country is obsessed with means testing why not extend that to retailers ?


These people are responsible for keeping you and your family safe and well. The NHS employs 1.5 million people, how many of those do you think are in senior positions? Or do you think that maybe, just maybe, that cleaning staff, porters, clerical staff, nurses etc outnumber them?
stuart.rogersCwA11/10/2019 16:48

I really don’t agree with this selective favouritism.why not just discount …I really don’t agree with this selective favouritism.why not just discount the products by a certain percentage and let everyone benefit?we all have to eat and most contribute to the economy via taxes


Is not selective favoritism - it's called 'giving back'

Iceland's executives can discount to those groups because they want to recognise the work they do, perfectly legal

Not everyone contributes to the economy via taxes as you put it. Some are take, take, take, and still complain, without contributing.

Those on minimum wage, well, the answer is educate yourself or learn a skill to make yourself more valuable. Then you wouldn't need to be worrying about 80p off some chicken pies and frozen chips.
Edited by: "steve123uk" 11th Oct
rikesh_11/10/2019 13:11

No discounts for most depriving people on minimum wage. Shame...shame.


Yeah, and you give a discount for people on minimum wage then the unemployed people say "What about a discount for the unemployed?" etc

Why cant people just be happy for those that get the discount instead of complaining. Happens every time.
Edited by: "Moonmonkeys" 11th Oct
rikesh_11/10/2019 13:11

No discounts for most depriving people on minimum wage. Shame...shame.


To be fair most of NHS staff works on peanuts too.
It would be great if they offered it to all depriving people but it's next to impossible for Iceland to workout who is and who isn't most deprived. You can imagine people taking unfair advantage.
Example is in the comments above. Just because one of your family member is eligible doesn't mean you should ask them to come shop with you so you can take advantage too.
I can't really blame companies for not doing this kind of stuff more often.
I'm not NHS employee by the way.
Edited by: "umar88" 11th Oct
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I went Iceland today cus I saw the 1.50 after eight but they were £3
Wow that's good news for us NHS staff. Haven't been to Iceland in MONTHSS, I will do just to browse. Thanks for sharing OP.
P. S is this mentioned on the website?
Edited by: "_P15" 11th Oct
jo.halfpenny11/10/2019 12:49

I went Iceland today cus I saw the 1.50 after eight but they were £3


The offer does not start until next Wednesday
Did I say its a cracking offer - oh now, I did
Does that mean ppl in the army :/
_P1511/10/2019 12:52

Wow that's good news for us NHS staff. Haven't been to Iceland in MONTHSS, …Wow that's good news for us NHS staff. Haven't been to Iceland in MONTHSS, I will do just to browse. Thanks for sharing OP.P. S is this mentioned on the website?


Not mentioned on the website but I did link the source at the bottom of the description (it is a little hidden though now!)

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reindeer33311/10/2019 12:59

Yep Army is included


Great will be asking (telling) my son to come shopping
reindeer33311/10/2019 12:57

Not mentioned on the website but I did link the source at the bottom of …Not mentioned on the website but I did link the source at the bottom of the description (it is a little hidden though now!)Source


Thank you for the info
Great.. Asked earlier this year and they said no. So glad its on
No discounts for most depriving people on minimum wage. Shame...shame.
Could this please be expanded to people who are forced to use food banks?
scunny11/10/2019 13:16

Could this please be expanded to people who are forced to use food banks?


Probably have to ask Iceland.
scunny11/10/2019 13:16

Could this please be expanded to people who are forced to use food banks?


Can they afford a freezer?
Good thing but maybe some shops should give discounts to people on minimum wage who are really struggling
Fair play to Iceland
gazdoubleu11/10/2019 13:56

Can they afford a freezer?



Iceland doesn't just sell frozen food?
Edited by: "Mr.No" 11th Oct
rikesh_11/10/2019 13:11

No discounts for most depriving people on minimum wage. Shame...shame.


To be fair most of NHS staff works on peanuts too.
It would be great if they offered it to all depriving people but it's next to impossible for Iceland to workout who is and who isn't most deprived. You can imagine people taking unfair advantage.
Example is in the comments above. Just because one of your family member is eligible doesn't mean you should ask them to come shop with you so you can take advantage too.
I can't really blame companies for not doing this kind of stuff more often.
I'm not NHS employee by the way.
Edited by: "umar88" 11th Oct
rikesh_11/10/2019 13:11

No discounts for most depriving people on minimum wage. Shame...shame.


Yeah, and you give a discount for people on minimum wage then the unemployed people say "What about a discount for the unemployed?" etc

Why cant people just be happy for those that get the discount instead of complaining. Happens every time.
Edited by: "Moonmonkeys" 11th Oct
Don't understand logic, these people have jobs. If you are in a senior position you def don't need a discount. As this country is obsessed with means testing why not extend that to retailers ?
In Iceland on Monday, do you have to say To get this deal Thanks for posting
ketsunoanna11/10/2019 14:33

Don't understand logic, these people have jobs. If you are in a senior …Don't understand logic, these people have jobs. If you are in a senior position you def don't need a discount. As this country is obsessed with means testing why not extend that to retailers ?


These people are responsible for keeping you and your family safe and well. The NHS employs 1.5 million people, how many of those do you think are in senior positions? Or do you think that maybe, just maybe, that cleaning staff, porters, clerical staff, nurses etc outnumber them?
I'm an RGN, this helps. I'll stock up on monster energy drinks, I use them to survive my shifts.
Moonmonkeys11/10/2019 14:47

These people are responsible for keeping you and your family safe and …These people are responsible for keeping you and your family safe and well. The NHS employs 1.5 million people, how many of those do you think are in senior positions? Or do you think that maybe, just maybe, that cleaning staff, porters, clerical staff, nurses etc outnumber them?


You say it like they were drafted. They chose their career path like a lot of people.
Mr.No11/10/2019 15:05

You say it like they were drafted. They chose their career path like a …You say it like they were drafted. They chose their career path like a lot of people.


No. Nothing about what I said was 'like they were drafted'
umar8811/10/2019 14:32

To be fair most of NHS staff works on peanuts too. It would be great if …To be fair most of NHS staff works on peanuts too. It would be great if they offered it to all depriving people but it's next to impossible for Iceland to workout who is and who isn't most deprived. You can imagine people taking unfair advantage.Example is in the comments above. Just because one of your family member is eligible doesn't mean you should ask them to come shop with you so you can take advantage too. I can't really blame companies for not doing this kind of stuff more often.I'm not NHS employee by the way.


To be fair, most NHS staff are working through high paid agencies and that is the reason why many don't want full time contract. And that true.
reindeer33311/10/2019 12:54

The offer does not start until next Wednesday


Nice post reindeer333, but is it Monday 14th or Wednesday 16th
Ok good for service workers but it doesn't mean others don't work hard working manual jobs as well for the same wages. What happened to inclusivity... Better it was a coupon in a newspaper
Does this include their Food Warehouses
Moonmonkeys11/10/2019 15:11

No. Nothing about what I said was 'like they were drafted'


You implied it was a "woe is me, I have to look after you all" scenario. They chose the career, they know the hours and the pay.
Mr.No11/10/2019 16:09

You implied it was a "woe is me, I have to look after you all" scenario. …You implied it was a "woe is me, I have to look after you all" scenario. They chose the career, they know the hours and the pay.


Reread my post. I assume it's the first sentence you're referring to. I stated a fact. Nothing about 'having to' do the job and nothing about 'woe is me'.
You're reading something into the post that simply isn't there.
Does this include people on minimum wage
They used to be part of the blue light card /DDS (veterans armed forces ) discount schemes full time but pulled the plug a couple of years ago , much to my annoyance as I'd only just had my veterans card about a month when they stopped it !
nilo7311/10/2019 15:14

Nice post reindeer333, but is it Monday 14th or Wednesday 16th


The 20% off begins on Monday although the example offers you can use the 20% discount on (e.g After Eight....) do not start until Wednesday. I hope this makes more sense!
royy11/10/2019 16:16

Does this include people on minimum wage


Unfortunately not
gazdoubleu11/10/2019 13:56

Can they afford a freezer?


What a very crass comment to make. Some people never cease to astound (not in a good way) me!

rikesh_11/10/2019 13:11

No discounts for most depriving people on minimum wage. Shame...shame.


No discounts for those that earn over £50,000 and being taxed 40%

Shame shame
rikesh_11/10/2019 13:11

No discounts for most depriving people on minimum wage. Shame...shame.


Here here! I boycott every store that doesn't value my £ and favours a " certain" few! Fed up with discrimination....
umar8811/10/2019 14:32

To be fair most of NHS staff works on peanuts too. It would be great if …To be fair most of NHS staff works on peanuts too. It would be great if they offered it to all depriving people but it's next to impossible for Iceland to workout who is and who isn't most deprived. You can imagine people taking unfair advantage.Example is in the comments above. Just because one of your family member is eligible doesn't mean you should ask them to come shop with you so you can take advantage too. I can't really blame companies for not doing this kind of stuff more often.I'm not NHS employee by the way.


Simple really ! It's called a fair price for everyone......
I really don’t agree with this selective favouritism.
why not just discount the products by a certain percentage and let everyone benefit?
we all have to eat and most contribute to the economy via taxes
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