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Cineworld Unlimited Card (Except London West End Cinemas - Leicester Square, Fulham Road, Chelsea and Haymarket) 12 Months -£170 (Including London - £194)

If you work for any of the following you qualify for the Blue Light Card.

  • 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 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
  • Social Care Workers
  • St Andrews Ambulance
  • St John Ambulance
  • UK Visas and Immigration


It costs £5 for 2 years (used to be 5 but I believe that has changed).
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If anyone has access to rewardsgateway through their work its currently cheaper than this for those that employers have signed up to give their emnployees some extra benefits, no idea why the Blue Card holders are paying more West End is £187 if you need that one.22158-YBULH.jpg
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cicodapuff23/10/2019 21:54

Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone …Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone else with the money they are on.


I appreciate you are (probably deliberately baiting), however here are some facts regarding pay for a number of those within the list.

It might also be argued that Cineworld share you opinion which is why Tesco Staff get a better discount.

POLICE
From September 2010, the starting salary for a new police constable was £23,300 in England and Wales.

From September 2017, when the Home Office last changed police pay , new constables can get paid up to £23,100.

Taking into account inflation between 2010 and 2018 (using the CPIH measure), this was a reduction in pay of 16% (£4,300) in the space of eight years.

Not all new constables will start on £23,100. The exact figure depends on skills and experience—those with “no qualifications” can get paid a minimum of just under £20,000. This drop in new starter wages was brought in from April 2013, after recommendations from the Winsor review into police pay and conditions.

TEACHERS
In 2010, the starting salary for teachers in England and Wales outside of London was £21,600.

As of September 2017, a newly qualified teacher’s minimum salary is £22,900. Although this looks like a modest increase, taking into account inflation, it’s actually a reduction in of around £2,500, or 10%.

This does not include those in the London area, and is for teachers in local authority-run schools. Academies and free schools don’t have to follow the government pay structure, although some do. Around 52% of England’s full-time equivalent qualified teachers at state-funded schools were employed at local authority-run nurseries, primary or secondary schools, as of November 2017. The rest mostly work in academies and free schools.

NURSES

When nurses qualify they start on Band 5 of the NHS pay scale. From April 2010, newly qualified nurses in England got paid a starting salary of about £21,200.

From 2018, new nurses should start on £23,000. We’ve written about the new pay deal announced this year for some NHS staff, including nurses, here.

Taking into account inflation, new starter nurses are now earning around £1,900 less than they might have in 2010. That’s an 8% reduction in pay over eight years.
Edited by: "danskis" 23rd Oct 2019
cicodapuff23/10/2019 21:54

Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone …Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone else with the money they are on.


Yes, St John’s Ambulance are well known for their rockstar wages.
cicodapuff23/10/2019 21:54

Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone …Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone else with the money they are on.


These people save lives and keep us safe. I think they can have a discount don't you?
Got my Blue light card last week. It's much appreciated. Been in the NHS for 15 years now working in Radiotherapy and seen very little pay progression over this time. I love my job but you don't do it to earn your fortune. This helps a bit though.
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Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone else with the money they are on.
cicodapuff23/10/2019 21:54

Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone …Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone else with the money they are on.


cicodapuff23/10/2019 21:54

Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone …Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone else with the money they are on.


Yes, St John’s Ambulance are well known for their rockstar wages.
cicodapuff23/10/2019 21:54

Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone …Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone else with the money they are on.


I appreciate you are (probably deliberately baiting), however here are some facts regarding pay for a number of those within the list.

It might also be argued that Cineworld share you opinion which is why Tesco Staff get a better discount.

POLICE
From September 2010, the starting salary for a new police constable was £23,300 in England and Wales.

From September 2017, when the Home Office last changed police pay , new constables can get paid up to £23,100.

Taking into account inflation between 2010 and 2018 (using the CPIH measure), this was a reduction in pay of 16% (£4,300) in the space of eight years.

Not all new constables will start on £23,100. The exact figure depends on skills and experience—those with “no qualifications” can get paid a minimum of just under £20,000. This drop in new starter wages was brought in from April 2013, after recommendations from the Winsor review into police pay and conditions.

TEACHERS
In 2010, the starting salary for teachers in England and Wales outside of London was £21,600.

As of September 2017, a newly qualified teacher’s minimum salary is £22,900. Although this looks like a modest increase, taking into account inflation, it’s actually a reduction in of around £2,500, or 10%.

This does not include those in the London area, and is for teachers in local authority-run schools. Academies and free schools don’t have to follow the government pay structure, although some do. Around 52% of England’s full-time equivalent qualified teachers at state-funded schools were employed at local authority-run nurseries, primary or secondary schools, as of November 2017. The rest mostly work in academies and free schools.

NURSES

When nurses qualify they start on Band 5 of the NHS pay scale. From April 2010, newly qualified nurses in England got paid a starting salary of about £21,200.

From 2018, new nurses should start on £23,000. We’ve written about the new pay deal announced this year for some NHS staff, including nurses, here.

Taking into account inflation, new starter nurses are now earning around £1,900 less than they might have in 2010. That’s an 8% reduction in pay over eight years.
Edited by: "danskis" 23rd Oct 2019
Great_pretender23/10/2019 22:02

Yes, St John’s Ambulance are well known for their rockstar wages.


Are they? PIty they don't tell you that on careers day at school
danskis23/10/2019 22:07

I appreciate you are (probably deliberately baiting), however here are …I appreciate you are (probably deliberately baiting), however here are some facts regarding pay for a number of those within the list.It might also be argued that Cineworld share you opinion which is why Tesco Staff get a better discount. POLICEFrom September 2010, the starting salary for a new police constable was £23,300 in England and Wales.From September 2017, when the Home Office last changed police pay , new constables can get paid up to £23,100. Taking into account inflation between 2010 and 2018 (using the CPIH measure), this was a reduction in pay of 16% (£4,300) in the space of eight years.Not all new constables will start on £23,100. The exact figure depends on skills and experience—those with “no qualifications” can get paid a minimum of just under £20,000. This drop in new starter wages was brought in from April 2013, after recommendations from the Winsor review into police pay and conditions.TEACHERSIn 2010, the starting salary for teachers in England and Wales outside of London was £21,600.As of September 2017, a newly qualified teacher’s minimum salary is £22,900. Although this looks like a modest increase, taking into account inflation, it’s actually a reduction in of around £2,500, or 10%.This does not include those in the London area, and is for teachers in local authority-run schools. Academies and free schools don’t have to follow the government pay structure, although some do. Around 52% of England’s full-time equivalent qualified teachers at state-funded schools were employed at local authority-run nurseries, primary or secondary schools, as of November 2017. The rest mostly work in academies and free schools.NURSESWhen nurses qualify they start on Band 5 of the NHS pay scale. From April 2010, newly qualified nurses in England got paid a starting salary of about £21,200.From 2018, new nurses should start on £23,000. We’ve written about the new pay deal announced this year for some NHS staff, including nurses, here.Taking into account inflation, new starter nurses are now earning around £1,900 less than they might have in 2010. That’s an 8% reduction in pay over eight years.


'starting' key word, off yer soap box.
Also available to Defence Discount Services card holders (so likely also NHS card holders too?).
Great deal.
HotDealKev23/10/2019 22:27

Also available to Defence Discount Services card holders (so likely also …Also available to Defence Discount Services card holders (so likely also NHS card holders too?).


If you work for the NHS you can apply for this card too. So you can access their discount site online.
Edited by: "r55" 23rd Oct 2019
cicodapuff23/10/2019 21:54

Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone …Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone else with the money they are on.


These people save lives and keep us safe. I think they can have a discount don't you?
Great to see high street companies rewarding the nhs,police ect

Now it’s time for the government to do the same
Got my Blue light card last week. It's much appreciated. Been in the NHS for 15 years now working in Radiotherapy and seen very little pay progression over this time. I love my job but you don't do it to earn your fortune. This helps a bit though.
cicodapuff23/10/2019 21:54

Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone …Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone else with the money they are on.


danskis23/10/2019 22:07

I appreciate you are (probably deliberately baiting), however here are …I appreciate you are (probably deliberately baiting), however here are some facts regarding pay for a number of those within the list.It might also be argued that Cineworld share you opinion which is why Tesco Staff get a better discount. POLICEFrom September 2010, the starting salary for a new police constable was £23,300 in England and Wales.From September 2017, when the Home Office last changed police pay , new constables can get paid up to £23,100. Taking into account inflation between 2010 and 2018 (using the CPIH measure), this was a reduction in pay of 16% (£4,300) in the space of eight years.Not all new constables will start on £23,100. The exact figure depends on skills and experience—those with “no qualifications” can get paid a minimum of just under £20,000. This drop in new starter wages was brought in from April 2013, after recommendations from the Winsor review into police pay and conditions.TEACHERSIn 2010, the starting salary for teachers in England and Wales outside of London was £21,600.As of September 2017, a newly qualified teacher’s minimum salary is £22,900. Although this looks like a modest increase, taking into account inflation, it’s actually a reduction in of around £2,500, or 10%.This does not include those in the London area, and is for teachers in local authority-run schools. Academies and free schools don’t have to follow the government pay structure, although some do. Around 52% of England’s full-time equivalent qualified teachers at state-funded schools were employed at local authority-run nurseries, primary or secondary schools, as of November 2017. The rest mostly work in academies and free schools.NURSESWhen nurses qualify they start on Band 5 of the NHS pay scale. From April 2010, newly qualified nurses in England got paid a starting salary of about £21,200.From 2018, new nurses should start on £23,000. We’ve written about the new pay deal announced this year for some NHS staff, including nurses, here.Taking into account inflation, new starter nurses are now earning around £1,900 less than they might have in 2010. That’s an 8% reduction in pay over eight years.


Very interesting facts. Sadly, Teachers are one of the groups not eligible for a blue lights card

Also, most Academies I know, pay either the same or less than most state schools - they're horrible, more hours, shorter summer terms and they strip away many employee rights - if its not obvious - I am not a fan at all.
cicodapuff23/10/2019 22:10

'starting' key word, off yer soap box.


I think we'd need to get that soap box off you first. I imagine it'll be a challenge.
danskis23/10/2019 22:07

I appreciate you are (probably deliberately baiting), however here are …I appreciate you are (probably deliberately baiting), however here are some facts regarding pay for a number of those within the list.It might also be argued that Cineworld share you opinion which is why Tesco Staff get a better discount. POLICEFrom September 2010, the starting salary for a new police constable was £23,300 in England and Wales.From September 2017, when the Home Office last changed police pay , new constables can get paid up to £23,100. Taking into account inflation between 2010 and 2018 (using the CPIH measure), this was a reduction in pay of 16% (£4,300) in the space of eight years.Not all new constables will start on £23,100. The exact figure depends on skills and experience—those with “no qualifications” can get paid a minimum of just under £20,000. This drop in new starter wages was brought in from April 2013, after recommendations from the Winsor review into police pay and conditions.TEACHERSIn 2010, the starting salary for teachers in England and Wales outside of London was £21,600.As of September 2017, a newly qualified teacher’s minimum salary is £22,900. Although this looks like a modest increase, taking into account inflation, it’s actually a reduction in of around £2,500, or 10%.This does not include those in the London area, and is for teachers in local authority-run schools. Academies and free schools don’t have to follow the government pay structure, although some do. Around 52% of England’s full-time equivalent qualified teachers at state-funded schools were employed at local authority-run nurseries, primary or secondary schools, as of November 2017. The rest mostly work in academies and free schools.NURSESWhen nurses qualify they start on Band 5 of the NHS pay scale. From April 2010, newly qualified nurses in England got paid a starting salary of about £21,200.From 2018, new nurses should start on £23,000. We’ve written about the new pay deal announced this year for some NHS staff, including nurses, here.Taking into account inflation, new starter nurses are now earning around £1,900 less than they might have in 2010. That’s an 8% reduction in pay over eight years.


WOW!!, kudos to that most enlighting of research you squeeeeeeeezed out there for your above there, etc. :-D

Not bad at allllllll, lol, thanx.
cicodapuff23/10/2019 22:08

Are they? PIty they don't tell you that on careers day at school


Bing Bong!! Could cicodapuff please report to gents toilets, trap 3 for emergency clean up.
Do these cards make financial sense? Am I right in thinking you need to go twice a month all year to actually see a saving from these
centaurandrew24/10/2019 01:44

Do these cards make financial sense? Am I right in thinking you need to go …Do these cards make financial sense? Am I right in thinking you need to go twice a month all year to actually see a saving from these


They only make financial sense if you go to the cinema on average at least twice per month.

Anything less, you'd be as well just paying per ticket.

I've been using this in conjunction with meerkat movies for a couple of years now, and it's tremendous value for money for me.
Amazing how people can be so bitchy about the staff working in these services And why they shouldn’t be getting a discount. As a nurse I did 62.5 hours last week that’s 5 shifts in one week of 12.5 hours Per shift. I got in total 55 minutes in breaks, I didn’t finish on time on any shift that week due to being committed to my job and that’s pretty standard.

If companies wish to thank public service staff for their working efforts that’s their decision. Let’s just hope the ones bitching actually get access to the services they need when they need it and hope that we harding working staff aren’t off sick with burnout or much worse.

I’m guessing the people bitching about this are the same characters who would leave a disgusting message on an parked ambulance windscreen whilst the staff are working on a dying patient.

Remember before you criticise any public service member or staff, ask yourself one question, could you do that job???
centaurandrew24/10/2019 01:44

Do these cards make financial sense? Am I right in thinking you need to go …Do these cards make financial sense? Am I right in thinking you need to go twice a month all year to actually see a saving from these


I have had one for 13 years, on average it is 1.5 visits a month to make financial sense. I use mine on average 2 times a week with in the key summer season can be as much as 4 films a week. Just got my blue light discount which brings the price down to the 2011 price so well worth it and they swapped me back onto my black card with a quick phone call.
cicodapuff23/10/2019 21:54

Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone …Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone else with the money they are on.



Just to upset you further, if anyone has access to rewardsgateway through their work its currently cheaper than this for those that employers have signed up to give their emnployees some extra benefits. West End is £187 if you need that one.

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It's a shame carers don't get this card as they easy work more hours than nhs staff and they are on £9.50 ph and only get paid when in clients houses meaning they are out 6am to 10 pm.
This can be had for £162/£182 with discount app. This is nothing special
Heat added!!! Same price on ‘defence discount service’ for those who don’t have this card
redCabbage424/10/2019 10:16

This can be had for £162/£182 with discount app. This is nothing special


Which app?
Even cheaper on Perks at Work:
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eslick24/10/2019 07:47

Just to upset you further, if anyone has access to rewardsgateway through …Just to upset you further, if anyone has access to rewardsgateway through their work its currently cheaper than this for those that employers have signed up to give their emnployees some extra benefits. West End is £187 if you need that one. [Image]

Edited by: "WillPS" 24th Oct 2019
All for NHS, police and teachers getting discounts. But UK Visas and Immigration? Aren't they just your bog standard civil servant?
danskis23/10/2019 22:07

I appreciate you are (probably deliberately baiting), however here are …I appreciate you are (probably deliberately baiting), however here are some facts regarding pay for a number of those within the list.It might also be argued that Cineworld share you opinion which is why Tesco Staff get a better discount. POLICEFrom September 2010, the starting salary for a new police constable was £23,300 in England and Wales.From September 2017, when the Home Office last changed police pay , new constables can get paid up to £23,100. Taking into account inflation between 2010 and 2018 (using the CPIH measure), this was a reduction in pay of 16% (£4,300) in the space of eight years.Not all new constables will start on £23,100. The exact figure depends on skills and experience—those with “no qualifications” can get paid a minimum of just under £20,000. This drop in new starter wages was brought in from April 2013, after recommendations from the Winsor review into police pay and conditions.TEACHERSIn 2010, the starting salary for teachers in England and Wales outside of London was £21,600.As of September 2017, a newly qualified teacher’s minimum salary is £22,900. Although this looks like a modest increase, taking into account inflation, it’s actually a reduction in of around £2,500, or 10%.This does not include those in the London area, and is for teachers in local authority-run schools. Academies and free schools don’t have to follow the government pay structure, although some do. Around 52% of England’s full-time equivalent qualified teachers at state-funded schools were employed at local authority-run nurseries, primary or secondary schools, as of November 2017. The rest mostly work in academies and free schools.NURSESWhen nurses qualify they start on Band 5 of the NHS pay scale. From April 2010, newly qualified nurses in England got paid a starting salary of about £21,200.From 2018, new nurses should start on £23,000. We’ve written about the new pay deal announced this year for some NHS staff, including nurses, here.Taking into account inflation, new starter nurses are now earning around £1,900 less than they might have in 2010. That’s an 8% reduction in pay over eight years.


Not sure what you are trying to say. In my industry the starting salary is 19k and unless you get a promotion it will not increase by more than 1% a year.
All my colleagues enjoy a movie film just as much as cival servants.
pablomozza24/10/2019 03:31

Amazing how people can be so bitchy about the staff working in these …Amazing how people can be so bitchy about the staff working in these services And why they shouldn’t be getting a discount. As a nurse I did 62.5 hours last week that’s 5 shifts in one week of 12.5 hours Per shift. I got in total 55 minutes in breaks, I didn’t finish on time on any shift that week due to being committed to my job and that’s pretty standard. If companies wish to thank public service staff for their working efforts that’s their decision. Let’s just hope the ones bitching actually get access to the services they need when they need it and hope that we harding working staff aren’t off sick with burnout or much worse. I’m guessing the people bitching about this are the same characters who would leave a disgusting message on an parked ambulance windscreen whilst the staff are working on a dying patient.Remember before you criticise any public service member or staff, ask yourself one question, could you do that job???


I'm the end of the day you choose to work those hours, if you didn't like it you could look for another job.

In a previous job I had, I worked more than 60hrs every week for over 5 years. We never had any breaks as my boss had a meal delivery service deliver food so that we could eat at our desks and be more productive. Yes is was wrong and broke all sorts of laws but I chose to work there and could have (like I eventually did) quit whenever I wanted, didn't even have to give notice.
jat247424/10/2019 15:39

I'm the end of the day you choose to work those hours, if you didn't like …I'm the end of the day you choose to work those hours, if you didn't like it you could look for another job.In a previous job I had, I worked more than 60hrs every week for over 5 years. We never had any breaks as my boss had a meal delivery service deliver food so that we could eat at our desks and be more productive. Yes is was wrong and broke all sorts of laws but I chose to work there and could have (like I eventually did) quit whenever I wanted, didn't even have to give notice.


The majority of the groups listed on the BLC card all have to make split second decisions that can have a massive impact on wether a person lives or dies. For a high number these are routine decisions, which when things go wrong they can be reviewed with that wonderful thing called hindsight over many months and years. The bonus is that if the decision goes the wrong way you can end up in prison. Happy days!

Lets not forget that the BLC offers require a subscription from its members so it is no a free discount.

But i am not really hear to argue so lets just recommend that employees of public services all go work for Tesco's as the perks are apparently better and no one will (apparently) criticise you for it.

At the end of the day no one really needs to work for the NHS, Police, Army etc. What do they really offer society anyway....
cicodapuff23/10/2019 21:54

Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone …Why do they need a discount they can afford to pay the same as everyone else with the money they are on.


Think Of it as a “getting stabbed and spat on” discount
jat247424/10/2019 15:39

I'm the end of the day you choose to work those hours, if you didn't like …I'm the end of the day you choose to work those hours, if you didn't like it you could look for another job.In a previous job I had, I worked more than 60hrs every week for over 5 years. We never had any breaks as my boss had a meal delivery service deliver food so that we could eat at our desks and be more productive. Yes is was wrong and broke all sorts of laws but I chose to work there and could have (like I eventually did) quit whenever I wanted, didn't even have to give notice.


Ah the simplistic answer of a simpleton. Do you know what would happen if all the public sector workers walked. You would all be screwed.
pablomozza24/10/2019 17:48

Ah the simplistic answer of a simpleton. Do you know what would happen if …Ah the simplistic answer of a simpleton. Do you know what would happen if all the public sector workers walked. You would all be screwed.


Wrong. If puplic sector workers all resigned, the employers would need to improve the conditions and remuneration to attract people. For someone who labels others as simpletons you really can't seem to grasp basic principles such as supply and demand.

I just don't understand why some people need to complain about their working conditions when they choose to work their.
redCabbage424/10/2019 14:44

Kids pass


Does kid pass still do these and how much are they currently please?

thanks in advance
Please can anyone confirm price for unlimited card on kids pass
thanks
Any discount to the emergency services is always heat in my eyes. Anyone who doesn't agree, doesn't have a clue at what they have to put up with, how little they get paid or the numerous weekends/ nights they're away from their loved ones. Heat and for those emergency workers (and teachers).... I take my hat off to you. You're loved and we (good members of the community) thank you.
Sahra12324/10/2019 18:16

Does kid pass still do these and how much are they currently please?thanks …Does kid pass still do these and how much are they currently please?thanks in advance


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Great_pretender23/10/2019 22:02

Yes, St John’s Ambulance are well known for their rockstar wages.


I think it’s a little reward for choosing public service and wider community support rather than higher wages. Most public service workers could work privately for greater financial benefit.
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