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KFC is offering Blue Light Card holders and NHS staff 25% off the total price of their purchases at KFC
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KFC is offering Blue Light Card holders and NHS staff 25% off the total price of their purchases at KFC

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Posted 16th Jun
BLUE LIGHT AND NHS DISCOUNT
Kentucky Fried Chicken (Great Britain) Limited (“KFC”) is offering Blue Light Card holders and NHS staff 25%off the total price of their purchases at KFC (up to a maximum pre-discount order value of £30) (the “Discount”) (together, referred to as the “Promotion”) to show its appreciation for all of their hard work during these difficult times.
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gaz_anthony16/06/2020 18:29

Err. Who is on a tenner an hour? Because Nurses, Fire fighters and Police …Err. Who is on a tenner an hour? Because Nurses, Fire fighters and Police certainly aren't


I am as a domestic we are in amongst it cleaning up after every patient has been in. It’s not all about nurses doctors etc we are just as important with the same risks but low pay.
gaz_anthony16/06/2020 18:29

Err. Who is on a tenner an hour? Because Nurses, Fire fighters and Police …Err. Who is on a tenner an hour? Because Nurses, Fire fighters and Police certainly aren't


As a newly qualified nurse (and doing a 3 year degree prior which you pay for and is more intense than most - you only have maybe 8 weeks a year off during it plus for half of the time you are on 40 hour a week placements which you don’t get paid for). And when you qualify it is around £11 something an hour pre tax not including breaks. Plus parking costs, nmc registration costs etc..
Edited by: "xobec" 16th Jun
they are also launching a rival to the XBOX and the PLAYSTATION... its called the KFConsole

youtube.com/wat…P7g
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they are also launching a rival to the XBOX and the PLAYSTATION... its called the KFConsole

youtube.com/wat…P7g
Looks like it could possibly have finished. Still worth a try though

PROMOTION PERIOD. The Promotion will commence at participating KFC restaurants in the United Kingdom at 00:01 on 11 May 2020 and will close at 23:59 on 7 June 2020 (the “Promotion Period”).

KFC reserves its rights to vary, withdraw and/or extend the Promotion Period at any time.
41112884-7NzAB.jpgThis ended last week mate
Have they extended as when I last checked it had expired. Didnt even think to ask when I went on sunday.
Where is this listed? I cant see it online or instore?
Most of these offers were only available while these places were closed! As they are reopening they are all being pulled.
Don't you get 15% off just filling in the survey on a receipt? (Or just picking one up and writing any 5 digit number on it!).
Tony_DR16/06/2020 15:52

Don't you get 15% off just filling in the survey on a receipt? (Or just …Don't you get 15% off just filling in the survey on a receipt? (Or just picking one up and writing any 5 digit number on it!).


You do, but I’ve found recently that because of Covid, they are no longer handing out receipts.

I simply say “please can I have the survey discount?” and they reduce it without asking for a receipt.

(Like, how can I do the survey if you don’t give me a receipt?)
Even though they're not the ones short of money
They've done the 10% off for a while and it's still on as i used it yesterday. The one that ended was the 25% off they offered
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Mmm 10% off hormones and antibiotics
droitwichdosser16/06/2020 15:28

they are also launching a rival to the XBOX and the PLAYSTATION... its …they are also launching a rival to the XBOX and the PLAYSTATION... its called the KFConsolehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73SqN-ueP7g


I have one, it fried my chips...
It’s always been 15%
gaz_anthony16/06/2020 16:19

Even though they're not the ones short of money


Do you think for a tenner an hour it’s worth risking my life. Do you fancy it.
deleted235096216/06/2020 16:55

Mmm 10% off hormones and antibiotics


Does it work out cheaper than a prescription charge in England.
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Deedie16/06/2020 17:38

Does it work out cheaper than a prescription charge in England.


Not a very big discount to get so much heat imo
They really are pushing the boat out with this!
Trevisparky16/06/2020 17:36

Do you think for a tenner an hour it’s worth risking my life. Do you fancy …Do you think for a tenner an hour it’s worth risking my life. Do you fancy it.


Err. Who is on a tenner an hour? Because Nurses, Fire fighters and Police certainly aren't
gaz_anthony16/06/2020 18:29

Err. Who is on a tenner an hour? Because Nurses, Fire fighters and Police …Err. Who is on a tenner an hour? Because Nurses, Fire fighters and Police certainly aren't


Car park warden handing out tickets to cancer patients.

SirSpanky16/06/2020 18:23

Not a very big discount to get so much heat imo



Can’t believe any kfc “deal” gets heat, worst of the worst in fast food.
gaz_anthony16/06/2020 18:29

Err. Who is on a tenner an hour? Because Nurses, Fire fighters and Police …Err. Who is on a tenner an hour? Because Nurses, Fire fighters and Police certainly aren't


As a newly qualified nurse (and doing a 3 year degree prior which you pay for and is more intense than most - you only have maybe 8 weeks a year off during it plus for half of the time you are on 40 hour a week placements which you don’t get paid for). And when you qualify it is around £11 something an hour pre tax not including breaks. Plus parking costs, nmc registration costs etc..
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Why's the colonel got such a tiny body in that pic?
gaz_anthony16/06/2020 18:29

Err. Who is on a tenner an hour? Because Nurses, Fire fighters and Police …Err. Who is on a tenner an hour? Because Nurses, Fire fighters and Police certainly aren't


I am as a domestic we are in amongst it cleaning up after every patient has been in. It’s not all about nurses doctors etc we are just as important with the same risks but low pay.
xobec16/06/2020 22:43

As a newly qualified nurse (and doing a 3 year degree which you pay for …As a newly qualified nurse (and doing a 3 year degree which you pay for and is more intense than most - you only have maybe 8 weeks off during it plus for half of the time you are on 40 hour a week placements which you don’t get paid for). And when you qualify it is around £11 something an hour pre tax not including breaks. Plus parking costs, nmc registration costs etc..


Exactly and student nurses who do 40 hours for free for 3 years.
TJPea16/06/2020 16:10

You do, but I’ve found recently that because of Covid, they are no longer h …You do, but I’ve found recently that because of Covid, they are no longer handing out receipts.I simply say “please can I have the survey discount?” and they reduce it without asking for a receipt.(Like, how can I do the survey if you don’t give me a receipt?)


Why would they not be handing out receipts because of CV19? They are after all handing out food. I got a receipt when I went.
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Tony_DR16/06/2020 23:30

Why would they not be handing out receipts because of CV19? They are after …Why would they not be handing out receipts because of CV19? They are after all handing out food. I got a receipt when I went.


I wondered this too, just relaying what the lady said to me. I think the food prep is perhaps more sanitary than the till work? Certainly all the food prep guys had gloves and masks on, whereas the lady serving me had neither.
TJPea16/06/2020 23:35

I wondered this too, just relaying what the lady said to me. I think the …I wondered this too, just relaying what the lady said to me. I think the food prep is perhaps more sanitary than the till work? Certainly all the food prep guys had gloves and masks on, whereas the lady serving me had neither.


They have to key the order into a screen anyway. Printing a receipt doesnt involve a till as the printer is separate.
I got 20% discount on Saturday NHS
They also do 10% military discount which has been running for a while and still appears to be
They’ve always done this, and even when the ‘official promotion’ of it is not in, they will usually apply the discount anyway if asked.
70p off a £7 order... Not worth having...
xobec16/06/2020 22:43

As a newly qualified nurse (and doing a 3 year degree prior which you pay …As a newly qualified nurse (and doing a 3 year degree prior which you pay for and is more intense than most - you only have maybe 8 weeks a year off during it plus for half of the time you are on 40 hour a week placements which you don’t get paid for). And when you qualify it is around £11 something an hour pre tax not including breaks. Plus parking costs, nmc registration costs etc..



Fully qualified nurses start on salaries of £24,214 rising to £30,112 on Band 5 of the NHS Agenda for Change pay rates. Salaries in London attract a high-cost area supplement. With experience, in positions such as nurse team leader on Band 6, salaries progress to £30,401 to £37,267
gaz_anthony17/06/2020 22:55

Fully qualified nurses start on salaries of £24,214 rising to £30,112 on B …Fully qualified nurses start on salaries of £24,214 rising to £30,112 on Band 5 of the NHS Agenda for Change pay rates. Salaries in London attract a high-cost area supplement. With experience, in positions such as nurse team leader on Band 6, salaries progress to £30,401 to £37,267


Did you not read what I put? I said newly qualified nurses and explained the length and what is involved to even get to that. I am trying to point out that it’s not all sunshine and rainbows - it’s hard work, I for one have spent many shifts after on a long day staying late so I can complete the notes etc in my own time as there’s just not been enough time to do them. I am not complaining (plus if money is your main aim then there are many better and easier avenues to go down) but please do not assume. It takes years to go up the ladder and there are say one band 6 position to every 10-20 lower band staff members so it’s definitely not guaranteed that you’ll ever even get that opportunity..
xobec17/06/2020 23:14

Did you not read what I put? I said newly qualified nurses and explained …Did you not read what I put? I said newly qualified nurses and explained the length and what is involved to even get to that. I am trying to point out that it’s not all sunshine and rainbows - it’s hard work, I for one have spent many shifts after on a long day staying late so I can complete the notes etc in my own time as there’s just not been enough time to do them. I am not complaining (plus if money is your main aim then there are many better and easier avenues to go down) but please do not assume. It takes years to go up the ladder and there are say one band 6 position to every 10-20 lower band staff members so it’s definitely not guaranteed that you’ll ever even get that opportunity..


Never said it wasn't hard work... all I said was you're not the ones that need discounts at KFC
gaz_anthony17/06/2020 22:55

Fully qualified nurses start on salaries of £24,214 rising to £30,112 on B …Fully qualified nurses start on salaries of £24,214 rising to £30,112 on Band 5 of the NHS Agenda for Change pay rates. Salaries in London attract a high-cost area supplement. With experience, in positions such as nurse team leader on Band 6, salaries progress to £30,401 to £37,267


How is your maths?

£24,214 per year is only just over £11 per hour full time. And as pointed out, nurses often go above and beyond and do extra hours and unpaid breaks which they often don’t take. On full Covid Hot wards most don’t take breaks because of the hassle it takes to take off and put on full PPE, which is fun working in for 12 hour shift in 30 degree heat and unable to open windows or air con on wards because of transmission risks.
karlandfiona23/06/2020 12:53

How is your maths?£24,214 per year is only just over £11 per hour full t …How is your maths?£24,214 per year is only just over £11 per hour full time. And as pointed out, nurses often go above and beyond and do extra hours and unpaid breaks which they often don’t take. On full Covid Hot wards most don’t take breaks because of the hassle it takes to take off and put on full PPE, which is fun working in for 12 hour shift in 30 degree heat and unable to open windows or air con on wards because of transmission risks.


My maths is fine... seems your isn't .... it's £12.42 per hour..
Omg...talk about "OFF TOPIC!!'

How a KFC offer can turn into NHS pay !! Get a grip !!
Used it today with no questions asked. Even got 25% off!!
25% off for NHS today
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