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50% Key Worker Discount - SHO Reusable Bottle (£15.98 delivered)
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50% Key Worker Discount - SHO Reusable Bottle (£15.98 delivered)

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Posted 19th Apr

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SHO are offering a discount to all key workers.

They require an email or message via Facebook Messenger with a copy of ID (with sensitive bits removed). Full list of accepted forms below.


In these extraordinary times, we want to do everything we can to help those helping us. We're offering 50% off to our NHS workers, those in our emergencies services, our Military and key workers outlined in the government guidelines here: gov.uk/gov…ion

We accept work badges/ID, blue light cards, military discount cards, business cards, payslips and key worker letters including your name. Feel free to blur or cover any sensitive information.

It takes a 1L bottle from £27.99 to £13.99, not the cheapest but if you were going to buy one anyway, it’s not such a bad idea! Plus it reduces the amount of disposable plastic you use!
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I've just clicked to give this heat and it's given it -17° 😫
I have no idea. It is a great deal as those kind of bottles are well expensive. Just a shame I bought mine a couple of months ago as I'm a key worker, it would have been a bargain. Great find!
Claire59719/04/2020 09:28

I've just clicked to give this heat and it's given it -17° 😫 I have no …I've just clicked to give this heat and it's given it -17° 😫 I have no idea. It is a great deal as those kind of bottles are well expensive. Just a shame I bought mine a couple of months ago as I'm a key worker, it would have been a bargain. Great find!


I think people might think it is pricey even with the discount! I think it’s a great deal also!
Claire59719/04/2020 09:28

I've just clicked to give this heat and it's given it -17° 😫 I have no …I've just clicked to give this heat and it's given it -17° 😫 I have no idea. It is a great deal as those kind of bottles are well expensive. Just a shame I bought mine a couple of months ago as I'm a key worker, it would have been a bargain. Great find!


Target price for these should be between £10 and £15. There are a lot of places you can ‘sign up’ to and get a free one by pretending you’re a sales person for a certain industry. Not something you’re allowed to discuss on here though, it’s on the hidden MSE pages.
I actually like their stuff and got the discount a couple of weeks ago so that I could get a couple of the Helix travel cups and accessories. The quality is a lot better than the cheaper bottles and cups as well
BanjoBob19/04/2020 09:34

I think people might think it is pricey even with the discount! I think …I think people might think it is pricey even with the discount! I think it’s a great deal also!


I won't tell you how much I paid for mine!!! It did come with a snazzy neoprene cover and handle which I wanted more than the bottle.
What’s the difference between those and one like this? - amazon.co.uk/dp/…T17
had loads of different bottles like this and they all have the same issue the neck is too narrow for normal ice cubes so had to buy a set of ice cube (Stick) moulds so more expense on already expensive bottles that don't even hold a lot of drink once you do get your ice in

ended up buying a bottle bottle flask yes they are big and bulky some may not like them but I like it because any size ice cube can be used and holds 40oz or 1183ml and under £10 on amazon and stay hot or cold for up to 24hrs because its plastic coated I find its better at insulation

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Edited by: "kobrakaan1" 19th Apr
sm969019/04/2020 10:10

What’s the difference between those and one like this? - h …What’s the difference between those and one like this? - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07SBMXT17


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Still expensive for what it is.
Should be RRP at this price
donny126619/04/2020 09:47

Target price for these should be between £10 and £15. There are a lot of p …Target price for these should be between £10 and £15. There are a lot of places you can ‘sign up’ to and get a free one by pretending you’re a sales person for a certain industry. Not something you’re allowed to discuss on here though, it’s on the hidden MSE pages.


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