Armed Forces Deals

Armed Forces Deals & Offers

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Philips wake up light £60 delivered with armed forces code @ Philips
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
Use code for 20% off whole site plus free delivery over £30

I'm not entitled to one but wouldn't dream of using a code associated with it. I'd rather pay full price than potentially ruin a scheme such as this.


Seriously not cool poster, reported this thread!


Gonna get a mighty cold response from those rightfully entitled to a DDS card!


Cold. Sharing DDS codes is against their T&Cs. could also lead to Philips cancelling the code for all armed forces. Recommend OP or someone expire.


I’d never share codes from my defence discount account.

FREE entry for Armed Forces, Emergency Services and NHS Employees - Twycross Zoo
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov
From 1st-12th December 2018, we’re acknowledging all the dedicated, hard work of our country’s Armed Forces, Emergency Services and NHS employees over the upcoming busy Christmas p… Read more

To be fair, there are a lot of hard working undervalued people in those service type industries doing amazing jobs, so I definitely don't hold it against them. My Mrs is a nurse and we'll be taking advantage of this. As for offering it to everyone, I guess you gotta draw the line somewhere


Never really understood this... I mean yes they do a great job however, what about the unemployed, disabled, charity workers or the elderly? Or bin men or anyone really? Why not allow access to everyone with a nominal charge, seems like a fairer way to attract a wider audience.


Sure, if they work for the NHS also.... Moon on a stick some people....


Friends and family get 30% off.


are kids included? T&C are not comprehensive.

Free pint or glass of wine for members of armed forces and veterans at Brains Pubs
Found 9th NovFound 9th Nov
Scroll to the bottom of the page in the link to view the offer which applies for rememberance Sunday Valid 11th November 2018. Offer entitles serving or former members of the… Read more

Well done Brains, others should follow suit


And at the eleventh hour in the evening at closing time on the eleventh day of the eleventh month we shall remember nothing. Hic.


Excellent. If I ran a pub anyone producing a medal would get as many damn drinks as they could handle 8)


Why choose? Have your freebie and move on to the next pub surely


Red or white?

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Free Drink for Armed Forces in England & Wales & Free Dessert in Scotland on Sun 11th Nov @ Marstons Brewery Pub
LocalLocalFound 9th NovFound 9th Nov
Free Drink for Armed Forces In England & Wales & Free Dessert In Scotland on Sun 11th Nov @ Marstons Brewery Pub Terms and Conditions to our Remembrance Sunday offer belo… Read more
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Don't drive lads and lasses. [Think this comment may get taken down due to political nature. Oh well.]



Free Bus Travel Across South Wales for Armed Forces / Veterans on Remembrance Sun​day. Traws Cymru Routes are Free Every Sat & Sun
LocalLocalFound 7th NovFound 7th Nov
Free Bus Travel Across South Wales for Armed Forces / Veterans on Remembrance Sunday With Stagecoach South Wales, Cardiff Bus & First Cymru. On Remembrance Sunday, Stagecoach … Read more

Try clicking the individual links Op has provided, they seem to work ok.


Well done South Wales. #wewillrememberthem


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Free Unlimited Ride Wristband for Armed Forces Personnel and for Blue Light Personnel  Selected Weekends in November @ Grand Pier Weston
Found 3rd NovFound 3rd Nov
People who work for the armed forces, police, NHS and other public services can go on rides for free with their families at Weston’s Grand Pier. Free Unlimited Ride Wristband for … Read more

It’s not miserly, it’s fact, no one ever sings the praises of other jobs like for instance, bin men....where would we be without them? :/


They shouldn't be. Same as the scouts/guides , and they aren't included.


Love the "what's so special about them" miser comments. Most other countries show a higher level of respect towards their public services which may be a choice but are noble professions sndcare not really that well paid when compared to other jobs.


My Mrs dresses up as a nurse,win win 😁


Worth ringing them, this country is bat-crazy so I wouldn't doubt it. Although lets be fair, even the recruitment page for the Army Cadets says: The Army Cadet Force (ACF) has nearly 40,000 cadets in more than 1,600 detachments all over the country and is one of the biggest and best clubs around. When it comes to fun, friendship, action and adventure, it’s hard to find anything that beats the Army Cadets. Become an Army Cadet and you’ll be spending your spare time taking part in adventurous activities like rock climbing, mountain biking, archery and abseiling. There will also be plenty of chance to play all your favourite sports because the ACF has competitions for both boys and girls at county, regional and national level. OK, so you might end up a little wet and muddy, but wouldn’t you rather be having the time of your life with some great new mates, instead of just sitting in front of a TV or computer alone in your room? Which basically describes it as a glorified youth club.... hardly fitting with a discount that's SUPPOSED to reward those who put their lives on the line (albeit thorough their own choice).

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Free Bus Travel for Armed Forces / veterans / cadets - Manchester on Remembrance Sunday with First Manchester
Found 2nd NovFound 2nd Nov
Free bus travel will be available for members of the armed forces on Sunday 11th November First Manchester is honouring the armed forces community by offering free bus travel for … Read more

Totally agree with you, apologies for any misunderstanding.


I replied to someone saying this should be every day for soldiers. Not in response to the deal.


This covers veterans also.


I’m pretty sure uniformed soldiers travel free on TfL any day of the year. Just problematic when it’s becoming more and more risky to be out in uniform.


I’m just waiting for me dole money. Got a documentary in the making with BBC “Rags to Riches on the Dole” Hopefully then I can afford a tv license from the royalties ... do tune in

Free travel to London Waterloo on Remembrance Sunday for ALL Armed forces (incl Veterans) + Poppy Appeal collectors @ South Western Railway
Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
Not sure if this is a "deal" or should be in a misc, so please move this post if required. Excellent generosity from SWR. You just need to be in uniform or able to show an identi… Read more
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some good news from SWR, for once.


The wearing uniform outside of active duty is a relic from The Troubles. As someone references it’s all risk based. You wouldn’t do it in Baghdad but Andover is fine. Good gesture for our Armed Forces. Although individuals with a MoD 90 should just get free travel in my opinion


Its been cancelled, from the South Western Railway website; RMT industrial action planned for this date has been cancelled. We plan to run a full service on this day subject to engineering works.


In Andover I see people in uniform in our Asda, Sainsbury's, Waitrose & Tesco all the time. The British Army HQ is west of the town at Marlborough Lines and I'm sure they are not on duty or en-route to a military base when shopping for their bacon or Sauvignon Blanc (lol)


They're on strike on Saturday 10th, so be careful when they are running.

Hallmark Hotels Welcomes Armed Forces a Free Room On Armistice Day for Two people when spending £25 each on Food & Drink
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Thank You to the armed forces, Hallmark Hotels are offering a free stay on 11 November when spending £50 on food and drink. Whether you’re past or currently serving in the armed … Read more

Call me a cynic if you wish......................................but I do feel uncomfortable with deals like this which could be considered exploitative of the military/Armistice Day connection. There are other deals at this hotel chain which could be at least as good depending on what else you buy from the hotel during your stay, eg from £39/room incl. breakfast.


At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them.


My great, great Grandfather fought in the 1st World War, but will sadly miss out on this!

Blue Light Card - £4.99 for 5 years - for Emergency Services, Armed Forces , NHS Staff and others (listed below)
Refreshed 16th AugRefreshed 16th Aug
.Discount Card for Emergency Services and NHS Staff. Seems to be some very good discount available for £4.99. Card lasts 5 years!… Read more
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People can be removed from the system for doing this so please don't ask for this unless you are entitled to sign up for yourself


You have to have it delivered to your work place, I.e police station/fire station etc. Addressed to you using employee Id


:/ 👎


Clergy should get one


TJ1304: Nothing for. Teaching assistants?!!! We don't count as public sector workers. Us part-time term time only folk with SOOO many holidays don't deserve the discount. Not like them civil servants. (mad)

Thorpe Park Armed Forces Day FREE Entry
Refreshed 30th JunRefreshed 30th Jun
Thorpe Park Armed Forces Day FREE Entry
Thorpe Park is giving Military Personal free entry to the park tomorrow. With the park open from 10 am until 10 pm. To gain access to the Surrey-based theme park, you need to pres… Read more
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Can't imagine anything worse than going to Thorpe Park on a baking hot Saturday. Queue for an hour in the sun because there's minimal shade and get a handful of rides in. I went a couple of weeks ago on a Friday which was alright, then had fastpass for an hour on Saturday and then scarpered because no thanks.


Wish I was in the army


First of all you don't know that for fact, and it certainly isn't Thorpe Park pretending to be kind. Unfortunately the web sight gives no details but a quick phone call will let you know what the offers for families are when part of the party is an armed forces member. Please let me know what you find out after your phone call as I am an ex soldier.


So If gi Joe takes his wife and 2 kids he pays for 3. Surely 2 x 241 deal would be better? This is tp pretending to be kind. A massive bunch of squaddies should all turn up with no family to teach them a lesson


It makes no sense as DDS Is the same as defence privilege card I have just checked my card and it’s states both names on it.

Armed Forces day special Veterans beef stew pie £1.10 each or 2 for £2 with 50p per pie going to Walking with the Wounded charity @ Morrisons
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
Armed Forces day special Veterans beef stew pie £1.10 each or 2 for £2 with 50p per pie going to Walking with the Wounded charity @ Morrisons
It's Armed forces day this Saturday 30th June and Morrisons have an offer of 2 Veterans beef stew pies (Developed with veterans from a recipe called Range beef stew) for £2 for 2 p… Read more

Nice one em. ill be buying a couple (highfive)


You always get whinging people with these deals, but also with the emergency service deals "why should they get anything discounted... Gold plated pensions... blah blah blah"


I always find Veterans beef so tough


Brave posting a military post. You’ll get “What about the NHS, Local police and fire” etc and usually deals with military go cold. I posted a deal with all the discounts military get, sort of like the student one and it went cold and managed to get 200 heat after 2 months... yet a student one gets 7k heat or so

Free entry to Yorkshire Wildlife Park Saturday 30th June for Armed forces, Emergency services, blue light card
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
Free entry to Yorkshire Wildlife Park Saturday 30th June for Armed forces, Emergency services, blue light card
To celebrate the amazing work that the armed forces and emergency services do for our country, we are delighted to offer free entry* to Yorkshire Wildlife Park for Armed Forces and… Read more
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Free entry to twycross zoo armed forces day for serving soldiers and veterans and emergency services 30th June
Found 26th JunFound 26th Jun
Free entry to twycross zoo armed forces day for serving soldiers and veterans and emergency services 30th June
Free entry to twycross zoo for serving soldiers and veterans this Saturday June 30th Mod90 , veterans cards and blue light card holders So this will include emergency service memb… Read more


I saw this on a local paper online advert which I cannot find now I assume it will be on the gate price as you will need to show your card to get the free entry


Does this mean for online pricing or for only on the day gate price? I mean for serving army and veterans?

Armed Forces Day 2018: Free carvery or breakfast for all personnel
LocalLocalFound 24th JunFound 24th Jun
Armed Forces Day 2018: Free carvery or breakfast for all personnel
This was posted over a month ago. But, as Armed forces day approaches closer, just a gentle reminder and the gratitude to the brave personnel who serve our country. It’s Armed Fo… Read more
Free pint for all service personnel/ veterans on armed forces day @ Steamin' Billy pubs
LocalLocalFound 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Free pint for all service personnel/ veterans on armed forces day @ Steamin' Billy pubs
Free pint for all service personnel/ veterans on armed forces day June 30th

Take the pint, enjoy it, but don't feel indebted to the pub/chain, it's virtue signalling to win over a new audience.


How do they know you have already had one?


DDS card, or wear your Veterans Pin.


When I left, I had to return ID (for security reasons). There was no Ex-serviceman ID to offer.



Free all you can eat breakfast or Toby Carvery for all Armed Forces personnel  Sat 30th June / Plus ongoing discounts for Armed Forces, Emergency Services and NHS staff
Refreshed 29th JunRefreshed 29th Jun
Toby Carvery are running a free carvery meal or breakfast to all military personnel on the 30th June as part of Armed Forces day. This offer applies to all members of the British… Read more
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Thanks for listing, I expected the TC to have been mobbed as near M&D's Motherwell. We popped in around lunchtime for the Carvery and all was fine with plenty of eating space; I have never seen it so empty. (y)




Take a bow Mr Carvery. (y)


That is not a nice thing to say.


Brilliant - well done Toby Carvery.

O2 now offer Teachers upto 40% off Mobile Phone bills (also NHS, Armed forces, Police, large MNC / blue chips )
Refreshed 12th JunRefreshed 12th Jun
Top of the class: O2 offers teachers 40% discount on their phone bills O2 offering UK teachers up to 40% discount on selected airtime plans when bought with O2 Refresh handsets … Read more
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First if all, don't you think it's a bit self serving banging about how "how important they all are" and "get down off your pedastal" is a little ironic when you then lead on to talk about "24 likes" "lots of similar comments"? Second of all, please show me where I said teachers were more important than any other public service? Third if all, when you have the idiots in government who have no idea what it's like in state education making education policy and having you jump through hoops for the sake of jumping through hoops instead of doing things that are meaningful, what exactly can we do? I personally do the best that I can do, often working over 12hrs a day to make sure that my kids (and they are my kids, as I treat all 300 of them like my own) do the best that they can. Your attitude regarding "well you're doing a great job aren't you!" Is precisely part of the problem. Gone are the days when parents are expected to do their bit, and school is supported in turning our children into valuable members of societies as now parents can offload all their responsibities onto the school. Further more, regarding it being teachers fault for council properties and taxes going up, I think you've got the wrong generation - I and many of my teacher friends either share a house or simply live at home because we simply cannot afford to "move up and out". It was the older generation that screwed the economy over. Also, regarding crap teachers, have you been in a school recently? You do know that we now get observed at least 3 times a year and that if we fail short once, we are put on a support plan that could lead to the capability proceedings and the sack if we don't improve. Please do not try and demean how important we are compared to other public servants, as we all work bloody hard. I notice nothing was said about nurses who just secured a 6% pay rise whilst teachers receive nothing, or are you the one who doesn't value all public servants the same


Ok this took some jumping through hoops as the discount wasnt applied and I had to get it done manually, but in the end I got the following: Moto G6 12 Months Netflix 24 Month contract 25 GB Unlimited Mins Unlimited Texts O2 Travel The airtime and device is split so £7 a month for device and £32 a month for the airtime, but I got just over 40% applied to the airtime (£13 each month) making the total a month £26. I also got Topcashback of £80 so I'm pretty pleased with this.


Yeah I'm with Three now, but it's the signal that's an issue. The booster is fine in the house but I have no signal in the garden and for the first 1-2 miles when leaving the house etc. Unfortunately it seems from speaking to neighbours etc O2 is the only consistently good signal in our area which limits me to Three, GiffGaff or Tesco.


O2 pricing is poor compared to any website that does bundles and contracts. I used to do all those cashback deals until my last one 3 years ago went bust so i lost out half way. Before that i had saved about 2k! Anyway... i would say to monitor the mobiles area on hukd as great contacts come up regularly. Not as many as the old days sadly. But i have never seen a decent contract deal for o2


So, back to the deal. Even with the 40% is there actually any half decent deals or not? I'm having to change my contract from 3 as my signal is so poor where I've moved to, EE doesn't work and Vodaphone is pretty dire too so my options are limited. This one does look too bad - The Moto G6 on Refresh 24 months 3 GB, 1000 mins and unlimited texts at £9.99 upfront cost and £25 a month. You get the 40% discount off the airtime only which is £18 a month. By my reckoning with the £9.99 upfront cost and the phone/airtime in total over the 24 months it works out at £18.21 a month. Potentially £40 Topcashback too which looks decent.

Drayton manor free for all armed forces in 2018 (previously for veterans and emergency services too)
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Free entry to Drayton manor for all serving armed forces personnel this includes veterans Must have valid mod90 or similar or veterans card etc M For the cold voters no… Read more
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I went last week as a serving fire fighter and can confirm not free for emergency services this year too


I went to Drayton manor on Tuesday and I can confirm it is ONLY armed forces who get free entry for the 2018 season. Emergency services get a discount with a blue light card. I also asked Dryaton Manor via their facebook page and they confirmed emergency sevices do not get free entry this year.


I've called them


That article is from last year. The information from the actual Drayton Manor park website says it's a discount.


Cool good on you guessing doesn't apply to you so that's why your voting gold

Free concerts tickets for members of the armed forces
Found 14th Dec 2017Found 14th Dec 2017
Free concerts tickets for members of the armed forces
Fancy rocking out with the stars? Tickets for Troops is a charity that provides FREE concert tickets to Armed Forces member Tickets for Troops uses a straight booking or ticket b… Read more
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Funny that. Leave room for doubt as to whether your beliefs withstand scrutiny. There are more persuasive ways to dodge questions.


your theorizing has made your post unreadable.


For the same reason The Police Treatment Centre does not focus on the Armed Forces, and The Arts Council does not focus on child abuse. Registered charities tend to focus on a specific group of people, or issue. Without focus, the benefits to the group - in your example; 'everyone' - will be negligible. If the Fire Service were to strike - and with your approval the Police striked in response to forced Fire Service duties - what available group would you instruct to control the raging fires, the riots and the unprecedented crime wave? Since they could not refuse, if you were to assign the Armed Forces to handle the crisis, might it cause you to reassess the charity as one that was operating in earnest, rather than as a propaganda tool that seeks to persuade us to enlist on the basis that, in addition to a working wage, we might receive complimentary concert tickets?


We took over the fire strikes we also filled millions of sandbags and helped flooded cities many many times - all for no extra pay so any little thing helps make time at home better for the ones who serve now. Wish they'd had this when I was in the Army! all we got was 25% off burger king :p


i posted this a few months ago :)

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