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50% off everything For NHS workers @ Pret A Manger (London)
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50% off everything For NHS workers @ Pret A Manger (London)

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Posted 18th Apr

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Pret are opening 10 restaurants in London close to the hospitals as below and will be offering 50% to the NHS staff on everything.

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We are incredibly grateful that 160 Team Members have volunteered to help reopen 10 shops in London, located close to hospitals. In doing so, this will help give frontline healthcare workers better access to freshly prepared food while also getting our supply chain up and running again to deliver food to the homeless.

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These shops will open tomorrow for takeaway and delivery only, offering a reduced range of Pret favourites, as well as a selection of essentials like milk, bread and butter. We’re bringing back our 50% discount for NHS workers until the end of the month and 7,000 additional meals per week will be donated to our charity partners, including The Felix Project as part of the Evening Standard’s appeal.

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I guess 50% off takes it down to a normal priced sandwich from elsewhere.
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Nice one @matwalaboy
I guess 50% off takes it down to a normal priced sandwich from elsewhere.
The Vauxhall pret ain't close to a hospital
matwalaboy18/04/2020 15:31

Not super close yes - but still within a mile of St Thomas


Wouldn't say it was useful to the NHS staff at said hospital as it's a bus ride there and back
More likely cashing in on all the luxury flats above them using it
This means 50% more for who's not from NHS.
Not sure on this one at all, seems them and think it was KFC are going to start opening, just doesn’t sit right
Seems like this is going to happen more and more with other 'essential' shops. Give a discount to the NHS and we can open more shops. Wont be long before the likes of Game will be offering 25% bonus trade-in value to NHS workers.
eslick18/04/2020 15:57

Not sure on this one at all, seems them and think it was KFC are going to …Not sure on this one at all, seems them and think it was KFC are going to start opening, just doesn’t sit right


And Burger king
50% off and they will still be making a profit
Big.Save!!18/04/2020 17:26

50% off and they will still be making a profit


Not with the rents they pay.
They'll probs put more people in intensive care with their allergen labelling issues!
"tHe NhS iZ CiRiTiCal tO ThE uK" says Debbie ages 45 who voted torie.

She concluded this statement by saying "British jobs for British people, why are British people emptying bins when they could have a job as a brain surgeon that's taken up by johnny foreigner"

anyway i'm off for another walk down the seaside, who's coming?
Edited by: "TheDongMaster" 18th Apr
georgesvalch18/04/2020 15:54

This means 50% more for who's not from NHS.


Do you have a PhD in Mathematics or something
It would also be useful for those who are still working, no different to places such as home bargains or massive warehouses like jd sports still operating

Or indeed any of the place most on here people are continuing to buy from during this period, workers gotta pick it, someones gotta deliver it. 99% of deals on here are 'non-essential'

Food for thought before slagging off a few shops for opening (pardon the pun)
Edited by: "djames108" 19th Apr
Rich06918/04/2020 14:54

I guess 50% off takes it down to a normal priced sandwich from elsewhere.


They're cheaper than the sandwiches in my hospital and other stores outside. Despite being made fresh on site and tasting much much better.
id0ru21/04/2020 15:51

They're cheaper than the sandwiches in my hospital and other stores …They're cheaper than the sandwiches in my hospital and other stores outside. Despite being made fresh on site and tasting much much better.


Tbh, if i was working for the nhs, i couldnt afford to be buying sandwiches at the hospital or Pret. Id take my own in. Or maybe get a Tesco £3 lunch deal if i really wanted to buy something.
Edited by: "Rich069" 21st Apr
Rich06921/04/2020 16:24

Tbh, if i was working for the nhs, i couldnt afford to be buying …Tbh, if i was working for the nhs, i couldnt afford to be buying sandwiches at the hospital or Pret. Id take my own in. Or maybe get a Tesco £3 lunch deal if i really wanted to buy something.


It all depends on what you have available to you where you are aswell as times and shifts. I'm currently working days and nights every week and not living at home so no access to a kitchen or anything. I'd rather buy a 3-4 quid pret sandwich made with fresh tasty ingredients. Than a meal deal of preserved paste with crisps and a drink. It's up to the individual and at half the price it's no contest. The problem is being able to go to Pret in the first place. You don't have time to get changed to pop out and buy one and you start working before they open. But it's good for post shift breakfasts
id0ru21/04/2020 16:58

It all depends on what you have available to you where you are aswell as …It all depends on what you have available to you where you are aswell as times and shifts. I'm currently working days and nights every week and not living at home so no access to a kitchen or anything. I'd rather buy a 3-4 quid pret sandwich made with fresh tasty ingredients. Than a meal deal of preserved paste with crisps and a drink. It's up to the individual and at half the price it's no contest. The problem is being able to go to Pret in the first place. You don't have time to get changed to pop out and buy one and you start working before they open. But it's good for post shift breakfasts


I get what you're saying. But that was the point of my first post. At half price its fine, but to justify nearly £4 for a sandwich (of any filling) is just wrong.
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