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50% off for emergency services workers including prison officers @ superdry online - Blue light card holders
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50% off for emergency services workers including prison officers @ superdry online - Blue light card holders

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Posted 2nd Apr

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Superdry are currently showing there appreciation for emergency service workers including prison officers by offering the chance to have 50 percent off all full price items on the online store. Normally they only get 10 percent so this is a massive massive increase. All you need to do is have a blue light card

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This jumping on the bandwagon is getting pathetic. Nothing but a cynical marketing ploy now.

It doesn't help those workers do their job, eat or get to work.
IanGoodson02/04/2020 06:25

What about the UK MILITARY Only 10% for them


Blc includes armed forces...
Scotland131402/04/2020 07:37

The wife is icu charge nurse


Okay but you're missing the point. It's for NHS workers, not their friends and family
smk7702/04/2020 10:16

The rest of us need clothes too!It's not clever at all. They are just …The rest of us need clothes too!It's not clever at all. They are just jumping on the bandwagon.


To me this just sounds like bitterness on your behalf as this offer may not be applicable to yourself.

It's very clever marketing as at the moment sales will be at all time low due to people being laid off and furloughed and unsure of the future. Jumping on bandwagon would be giving 20 percent off as that would be sufficient. However by giving 50 percent off its driving traffic through there website and making people purchase alot more without having the effecting future sales once this has all blown over.

At the end of the day everyone is trying to do there bit to help us survive this.
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What about the UK MILITARY Only 10% for them
IanGoodson02/04/2020 06:25

What about the UK MILITARY Only 10% for them


Blc includes armed forces...
Whits blc
Ok got it al use the wife’s card
The wife is icu charge nurse
Scotland131402/04/2020 07:37

The wife is icu charge nurse


Okay but you're missing the point. It's for NHS workers, not their friends and family
Isaac_McCafferty02/04/2020 07:38

Okay but you're missing the point. It's for NHS workers, not their friends …Okay but you're missing the point. It's for NHS workers, not their friends and family


Yip I know
Can you only get it if you have had email ? I'm blc
Ignore me, found it on the website !
Good deal, but the stuff is generally cheaper on Ebay through their store. I've never understood why...
Can I have direct link pls
Much cheaper on ebay store!
This jumping on the bandwagon is getting pathetic. Nothing but a cynical marketing ploy now.

It doesn't help those workers do their job, eat or get to work.
skgwho02/04/2020 08:27

Good deal, but the stuff is generally cheaper on Ebay through their store. …Good deal, but the stuff is generally cheaper on Ebay through their store. I've never understood why...


Tends to be the less premium stuff such as the stuff they stock in the outlet store.
Bonkey02/04/2020 08:30

Much cheaper on ebay store!


...eBay store flogs cr4p and mainly small sizes
smk7702/04/2020 08:45

This jumping on the bandwagon is getting pathetic. Nothing but a cynical …This jumping on the bandwagon is getting pathetic. Nothing but a cynical marketing ploy now. It doesn't help those workers do their job, eat or get to work.


Yes but it does help cloth them. Cant just all walk round in our work uniform
It's very clever as it will help the workers get items of clothing they want whilst also a very good marketing campaign for when sales are dry.
paulandrewsjnr02/04/2020 09:37

Yes but it does help cloth them. Cant just all walk round in our work …Yes but it does help cloth them. Cant just all walk round in our work uniformIt's very clever as it will help the workers get items of clothing they want whilst also a very good marketing campaign for when sales are dry.


The rest of us need clothes too!

It's not clever at all. They are just jumping on the bandwagon.
smk7702/04/2020 10:16

The rest of us need clothes too!It's not clever at all. They are just …The rest of us need clothes too!It's not clever at all. They are just jumping on the bandwagon.


To me this just sounds like bitterness on your behalf as this offer may not be applicable to yourself.

It's very clever marketing as at the moment sales will be at all time low due to people being laid off and furloughed and unsure of the future. Jumping on bandwagon would be giving 20 percent off as that would be sufficient. However by giving 50 percent off its driving traffic through there website and making people purchase alot more without having the effecting future sales once this has all blown over.

At the end of the day everyone is trying to do there bit to help us survive this.
Not bitterness at all.

Refer to my previous posts on this matter.

I have no objection to taxis, hotels, special supermarket hours, car rental, free parking etc..

However, loads of companies doing this simply for marketing purposes. If they really cared about front line NHS staff etc then they would give a permanent 10% discount.

Interesting you mention those being furloughed. There is also the 950,000 who applied for universal credit. The discount would probably be much more useful to those people at the moment rather than those who continue to be paid (albeit in varying degrees of risk) and will absolutely be guaranteed there will be a job for them at the end of this. I can't see NHS and police not having a job to go back to...

The bandwagon is giving exclusive offer to front line / key workers. The amount is irrelevant. 50% of at SuperDry isn't all that rare is it?
So, I’ve logged in but it doesn’t give me the option to request the code? Anyone else having problems?
What about all the key workers??
smk7702/04/2020 11:24

Not bitterness at all. Refer to my previous posts on this matter.I have no …Not bitterness at all. Refer to my previous posts on this matter.I have no objection to taxis, hotels, special supermarket hours, car rental, free parking etc..However, loads of companies doing this simply for marketing purposes. If they really cared about front line NHS staff etc then they would give a permanent 10% discount.Interesting you mention those being furloughed. There is also the 950,000 who applied for universal credit. The discount would probably be much more useful to those people at the moment rather than those who continue to be paid (albeit in varying degrees of risk) and will absolutely be guaranteed there will be a job for them at the end of this. I can't see NHS and police not having a job to go back to...The bandwagon is giving exclusive offer to front line / key workers. The amount is irrelevant. 50% of at SuperDry isn't all that rare is it?


Superdry as stated before permanently give 10 percent off to all frontline nhs , police fire prison etc anyways however they have now increased this during this time. There is nothing wrong with that and it's not exactly jumping on the bandwagon.

50 percent at superdry is very very rare. I have shopped there for the last 8 years and never seen them offer a 50 percent discount code anywhere. They cant do right for doing wrong these companies.

Just be thankful that they're offering something. I certainly am. Personally this offer has saved me around £300. So I am really thankful to superdry.
chrismalkinuk02/04/2020 11:31

What about all the key workers??


Unfortunately it's only available to blue light card holders. However if you are another key worker I thank you for your service.
This site is becoming unusable now. Please introduce a filter for employment specific deals like you have for local deals.
paddy2902/04/2020 11:38

This site is becoming unusable now. Please introduce a filter for …This site is becoming unusable now. Please introduce a filter for employment specific deals like you have for local deals.


Why though?
Even if one person benefits surely that's all that matters.
Me and Mrs got stuff no problem
paulandrewsjnr02/04/2020 11:33

Superdry as stated before permanently give 10 percent off to all frontline …Superdry as stated before permanently give 10 percent off to all frontline nhs , police fire prison etc anyways however they have now increased this during this time. There is nothing wrong with that and it's not exactly jumping on the bandwagon.50 percent at superdry is very very rare. I have shopped there for the last 8 years and never seen them offer a 50 percent discount code anywhere. They cant do right for doing wrong these companies. Just be thankful that they're offering something. I certainly am. Personally this offer has saved me around £300. So I am really thankful to superdry.


My main point remains. It's not directly helping front line staff to ensure that they can keep on working and keep people alive and be able to buy food.

The bandwagon is special offers to front line / key workers. Many retailers are now doing this and it's nothing more than a cynical marketing ploy.

You bought £600 of clothing for £300. For someone who as just landed on Universal credit, that's 6 weeks of income. But yes, you carry on enjoying all these discounts whilst your income remains at least the same...
paulandrewsjnr02/04/2020 10:26

To me this just sounds like bitterness on your behalf as this offer may …To me this just sounds like bitterness on your behalf as this offer may not be applicable to yourself.It's very clever marketing as at the moment sales will be at all time low due to people being laid off and furloughed and unsure of the future. Jumping on bandwagon would be giving 20 percent off as that would be sufficient. However by giving 50 percent off its driving traffic through there website and making people purchase alot more without having the effecting future sales once this has all blown over.At the end of the day everyone is trying to do there bit to help us survive this.


If you NEED awful Superdry clothing you don't NEED clothing at all.
theretheyretheir.com/
They are slowly turning the NHS into a charity, hopefully as a result they will abolish National Insurance.
Isaac_McCafferty02/04/2020 07:38

Okay but you're missing the point. It's for NHS workers, not their friends …Okay but you're missing the point. It's for NHS workers, not their friends and family


I don't think S'Dry will care - if they can sell their tat at only 50% off they're happy.
smk7702/04/2020 11:55

My main point remains. It's not directly helping front line staff to …My main point remains. It's not directly helping front line staff to ensure that they can keep on working and keep people alive and be able to buy food.The bandwagon is special offers to front line / key workers. Many retailers are now doing this and it's nothing more than a cynical marketing ploy.You bought £600 of clothing for £300. For someone who as just landed on Universal credit, that's 6 weeks of income. But yes, you carry on enjoying all these discounts whilst your income remains at least the same...


Its not there to help them do there job. Like I said before and as they have said. They're offering it as a thank you for all the work that's the emergency services are doing currently.
If you dont like it maybe write a letter of complaint to companies and get them to change there marketing strategies.
However we will have to agree to disagree.
chrismalkinuk02/04/2020 11:31

What about all the key workers??


What about those who are working from home, keeping the economy running (generating wealth) whilst trying to manage the education of their children??

Why is it that so many seem to want to take advantage of this disaster we're in? The only way we'll get through this is to do our job (save lives, distribute / sell food, work from home or just simply stay at home!). I saw a change petition which was demanding 30% pay increase to "key workers" during this period. Now it not the time to demand money and who exactly would pay for it? It's actually quite a sick thing to do...
Edited by: "smk77" 2nd Apr
Besford02/04/2020 12:00

If you NEED awful Superdry clothing you don't NEED clothing at …If you NEED awful Superdry clothing you don't NEED clothing at all.http://www.theretheyretheir.com/




Whatever floats your boat. Personally superdry is one of my favourite brands, however if it's not yours just dont buy there and dont waste your time commenting on posts about that particular store.
paulandrewsjnr02/04/2020 12:07

Its not there to help them do there job. Like I said before and as they …Its not there to help them do there job. Like I said before and as they have said. They're offering it as a thank you for all the work that's the emergency services are doing currently.If you dont like it maybe write a letter of complaint to companies and get them to change there marketing strategies. However we will have to agree to disagree.


LIke I said, i have no objection to the offers that directly assist NHS / emergency services. What you fail to realised that many of these offers aren't a thank you. They're a cynical marketing ploy and they're jumping on the bandwagon.

Seems like you have taken advantage of this offer and saved yourself £300. Taken advantage of this disaster....
smk7702/04/2020 12:11

LIke I said, i have no objection to the offers that directly assist NHS / …LIke I said, i have no objection to the offers that directly assist NHS / emergency services. What you fail to realised that many of these offers aren't a thank you. They're a cynical marketing ploy and they're jumping on the bandwagon.Seems like you have taken advantage of this offer and saved yourself £300. Taken advantage of this disaster....


Not really taken advantage of a disaster. It is a perk of my current job so I use it? If that offer was not there i would of probably still spent that money on the clothing it just saved me 50 percent instead.

Everything is marketing that's just how businesses work. They still have to make money they're not a charity.
paulandrewsjnr02/04/2020 12:16

Not really taken advantage of a disaster. It is a perk of my current job …Not really taken advantage of a disaster. It is a perk of my current job so I use it? If that offer was not there i would of probably still spent that money on the clothing it just saved me 50 percent instead. Everything is marketing that's just how businesses work. They still have to make money they're not a charity.


I am getting lectured by an emergency services worker about how businesses work?? Brilliant!

You stick to your job and I'll stick to mine...
smk7702/04/2020 12:19

I am getting lectured by an emergency services worker about how businesses …I am getting lectured by an emergency services worker about how businesses work?? Brilliant!You stick to your job and I'll stick to mine...



So you assume just because I am a public sector worker that I dont understand how businesses work? Pfft you are very naive.

Do not assume everyone's personal circumstances.
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