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6.5% discount on PC world/Currys gift voucher through Bluelight membership
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6.5% discount on PC world/Currys gift voucher through Bluelight membership

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Posted 27th Dec 2018

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Sorry this won’t help everyone but lots of us work in the NHS and the other services (see list below of who qualifies). It’s £4.99 for 5 years of membership and gives discounts in a variety of places.

I wanted to make a fairly pricey purchase in Currys and found that I can save nearly £30 on the £450 purchase. Another example might be the purchase of an iPhone say at £1099 (iPhone XS Max 64gb), the saving would be £71.43, so £1,027 for the purchase of £1099 gift card.

You can join here bluelightcard.co.uk, I can’t remember what proof was required, I think it was an image of my staff ID.

WHO QUALIFIES?

4x4 Response Ambulance Service Blood Bikes Border Force British Army Cave Rescue Community First Responders Fire Service Highways England Traffic Officer HM Armed Forces Veterans HM Coastguard HM Prison Service Immigration Enforcement Lowland Search and Rescue MoD Civil Servant MoD Fire Service MoD Police Mountain Rescue NHS Police Red Cross Reserve Armed Forces RNLI Royal Air Force Royal Marines Royal Navy Search and Rescue Second Line Responders St Andrews Ambulance St John Ambulance UK Visas and Immigration
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Had some cracking deals in the past with my Blue Light card, including discounted gift vouchers.
Alternatively anyone can buy a one4all gift card with a 6.5% discount code (can be found on HUKD - still valid) - this gift card can then be used in Currys and other shops
Edited by: "zabada" 27th Dec 2018
Unfortunately, not that great a deal. My, non-emergency-services, works rewards portal (Perkz), offers 8% with no annual fee.
Not sure if it helps, but, after signing up to Zeek store and the Zeek app. I received an email offering a £20 bonus on a £200 spend. So, spending £200 gets you £220 in gift card credit. Might be worth combining the 2 offers to maximise savings. For those who consider the effort worthwhile.

Offer runs until 31st December 2018.
Edited by: "BingSangBosh" 27th Dec 2018
Nice spot!
LifeWorks offering 6%
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sixgoldstars27/12/2018 22:34

Unfortunately, not that great a deal. My, non-emergency-services, works …Unfortunately, not that great a deal. My, non-emergency-services, works rewards portal (Perkz), offers 8% with no annual fee.


Post that deal then - best thing about these kind of deals is you can use any voucher codes and still get an extra discount - think debenhams is 9% and John lewis and Argos at 4%
My non-emergency services reward portal (Xexec) does 7% also (with 1% cashback, otherwise TCB etc). Something to bare in mind, if you end up returning something you will be refunded with a gift card so you can't go elsewhere.
And before parting with your cash, hard earnd or otherwise, take the time to read up on legislation pertaining to owning and operating UAV's (drones). It could save you a lot of grief (and a criminal record) in the long run. caa.co.uk/con…es/
If you have rewardsgateway its been 8% for weeks and often 10. Sadly our emergency services are getting ripped off a little, rewardsgateway is also free to use, companies might pay for it though.
Wow I had no idea there were so many options for discount on gift cards! Thanks all for posting these here too.
Carson_Official35 m ago

My non-emergency services reward portal (Xexec) does 7% also (with 1% …My non-emergency services reward portal (Xexec) does 7% also (with 1% cashback, otherwise TCB etc). Something to bare in mind, if you end up returning something you will be refunded with a gift card so you can't go elsewhere.

Yep... I have Perkbox through work and bought a Curry’s gift card for a new cooker + installation + delivery... we then had a gas leak and couldn’t get the gas cooker connected - took three weeks for it to be returned, a new gift card issued and a new electric cooker to be delivered, rather inconvenient but really didn’t want to end up with a £400 gift voucher and spending the money again!
Quidco/Zeek much better.
Route2rewards also do 8%, seems like a standard offer and you can safely combine it with cashback.
This used to be 7% until a couple of months ago. However you can use these inshore, and still try to get additional discount.
All the blue light discounts sound very similar to the Bupa discounts. If you’re a Bupa member, check what you can get
mickrick27/12/2018 22:50

And before parting with your cash, hard earnd or otherwise, take the time …And before parting with your cash, hard earnd or otherwise, take the time to read up on legislation pertaining to owning and operating UAV's (drones). It could save you a lot of grief (and a criminal record) in the long run. https://www.caa.co.uk/consumers/unmanned-aircraft-and-drones/


Well done, you just earned the "off topic badge".
Edited by: "Scottc123" 28th Dec 2018
sixgoldstars27/12/2018 22:34

Unfortunately, not that great a deal. My, non-emergency-services, works …Unfortunately, not that great a deal. My, non-emergency-services, works rewards portal (Perkz), offers 8% with no annual fee.


Ditto,I get 8% through reward gateway at my employer, again no fee
jwc042 h, 0 m ago

Ditto,I get 8% through reward gateway at my employer, again no fee


yep me too. Only downside is if you return something you end up with a gift card rather than cash.
Scottc12312 h, 44 m ago

Well done, you just earned the "off topic badge".


I have no idea why I posted that in this deal. I'll arrange an appointment with my gp on Monday.
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