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EE sim only - 40gb Data, unlimited minutes/texts £25 p/m - £20 with NHS discount  - 12mth contract retention
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
I've just renewed my sim only deal and now getting 40gb data, unlimited minutes and unlimited texts. I also managed to get NHS discount (20%) bringing it lower than £25p/m to £20 … Read more

Can’t really see why this is cold? Good deal.


No, I got a £10 loyalty discount to bring it from £35 to £25, and an additional 20% off the plan which they calculated from the original plan value of £7. In essence, I have £17 of discounts, bringing it down to £18pm


Don't you mean £28 ?


When I did mine, they took 20% off the £35 original price plan, bringing mine down to £18pm


I got unlimited data for £20 from Virgin .

O2 now offer Teachers upto 40% off Mobile Phone bills (also NHS, Armed forces, Police)
18/07/2018Expires on 18/07/2018Found 18th MayFound 18th May
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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I hate teachers and have two degrees (highfive)


Teachers.... ghastly people


I have access to that but I stay with Tesco Mobile. The main reason being that they put a cut off switch when you go over your allowance which O2 can't seem to implement. Anyway, £18 for 20Gb. Good enough for me.


They do. My hubby works for our local council. He got 25% discount on airtime. As he does not have a fixed office, he does not have council email address so claiming it was a faff but 25% is money off so worth it. I also took a plan and got 20% under the family loyalty scheme. That also was a faff to set upand after trying three different sets of instructions and getting nowhere, I phoned customer services and had a good moan resulting in £10 credit on my bill.


Well it’s the polar opposite here (lol) No signal with O2 and full 4G with Three. Never had any issues in the 7 years I’ve been with them!

Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
Sign up to Chemist4u and get your NHS prescriptions delivered to your house for FREE to any address in the UK!

I tend to find if you download the Evergreen App and ask your surgery for your linkage code, you can then 1. Order prescriptions from the app according to your repeat slip 2. Have the prescriptions delivered by chemist-4-u.com, after you have nominated them. They do sent in letter box friendly if the drug packets are small enough 3. Book doctor appointments (Rather than wait hours or days) 4. Look at your past medical history (Amazing as mine goes back to 1979)


England only?


I use pharmacy2u and it’s very easy. I order my repeat prescription on the NHS app and a few days later it all arrives in the post.


problem with this service is - if you have a multiple items, they dont send them seperately, they box them all together, then they don't fit through your letterbox, and if you're not in ( as I wasn't) you have to collect from the local delivery office (if you cant wait or arrange for redelivery) which is 7 miles further way than my local chemist, So i'm now sticking with the local pharmacy to collect


Can't have all drugs delivered. And if there's a query you can't see anyone in person like you can Ruth your local chemist.

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Discounts available for current or ex Military, ministry of defence Civil Servants and NHS
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
This isn't new, but certainly may be of interest to some on this site. Discounts at many retailers are available for members of the Defence Discount scheme. It is an official sch… Read more
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For the most part yes. However this card gives you access to online discounts also (typically the employee portal) and veterans don't usually have their military ID.


I know, disappointing isn't it. I wasn't particularly hungry that day ;(


Who spends 80 quid at yo sushi?



If you show your Military ID card you get the same discount? Heat added but something to be aware of.

HC01 Form; Free Eye test, Free prescription, Free NHS dental appointment if low income
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Use this form if you need help with paying for: • NHS prescriptions; • NHS dental treatment; • NHS wigs and fabric supports; • sight tests, glasses and contact lenses; or • tr… Read more

Gosh wish I'd seen this the last 6 years that I was a student and struggling to afford eye tests. Just getting my first pay check next week so probably will not be eligible anymore, but voted Hot! Something to pass on to younger friends and relatives who are still studying


All free for us in Scotland


So you get penalised if you save ?


What about someone that is a carer, unemployed and doesn't claim any benefits not even jsa? Can they claim for free prescription,as I thought you had to be claiming some type of benefit to get free prescription?


Thanks for posting op :)

17-18th March Twycross Zoo FREE entry for Highways England Personnel, County Council Highways Personnel, Blue Light Card Holders and NHS Staff ('Snow Hero weekend')
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
This offer is available for: Highways England Personnel I.D needed: Highways England Staff Card County Council Highways Personnel I.D needed: Local Authority Staff Pho… Read more
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Hang on.....according to the Met Office (believe them at your peril) these guys and gals are all supposed to be needed on the roads this weekend.

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Donate Blood - stocks low! (Ftea, coffee, biscuits, and an ID keyring with your blood type on it)
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
“Because of the recent weather, we haven’t collected the usual amount of blood donations. It is going to take a month to get blood stock levels back to normal, so we have made more… Read more
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Would love to be able to give blood but I'm a type 1 diabetic so no can do ;(




and also give us money for our blood


It's very wrong people have to wait for 2 hours. No wonder there's a shortage of blood. Have made an appointment for next week.


I would be happy to give blood regularly, but it isn't easy trying to work out where they're going to be taking blood and when. It would be great if I could pop into a&e, or better still a local clinic with free parking and donate it whenever I am free, but what seems to happen in Wigan is the circus rolls into town, they hire a big venue and hope everybody just happens to be free on that day. Maybe it actually works better than my method, but i've only managed to give blood once just because it usually isn't convenient when I remember to check if they're taking it locally.

20% discount to Police, Fire Services, Ambulance service and NHS staff. @ Nando's
Found 4th MarFound 4th Mar
How Does Your Emergency Services Discount Work?As our little way of saying thanks, we offer a 20% discount to Police, Fire Services, Ambulance service and NHS staff. To use this di… Read more
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What if you work in the community?


Would not find a health worker in uniform outside a hospital. as we get reprimanded on infection control grounds.


In case you're wondering why 3/4 of your local nurses are size 20 and short of breath after walking up one floor, here's your answer. :D


A decent wage that resulted in 7 years of no pay rise you mean?


Lol. I'm not a big fan of nandos myself however it's not that bad. There are other local places I go which are better value but a nandos now and then is alright.

Order your NHS Prescriptions online FREE TO YOUR DOOR @ SUPERDRUG
Found 28th FebFound 28th Feb
Not really a deal but worth knowing folks
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The norm I'm afraid...


I had phone up superdrug cs as the online registration didn't recognize my local health center, even when typing address and postcode! Guy on phone had lots of problems trying to register for me, overall spent about 30 minutes trying to register finally sorted online! Just hope it all goes through via my gp and delivery etc, apparently sd use postman to deliver, sign for at door!


I did. The government should stop foreign aid, overpaid mps and expenses, the royal family and put the money in the NHS.


If it's that bad just change your practise? I reckon we need a privatised system where people start paying per appointment.... That usually stops all the problems that we are enduring in the UK that all seem down to an overworked and understaffed NHS (not enough appointments, appointments not long enough and consequently rushed appointments etc.).


Yeah as others have said if you actually *need* your medication you should avoid postal companies like this, 9/10 your local pharmacist will go out of their way to help you if there's an issue with your medication and it's possible for them to help such as supplying an emergency supply for the weekend if you loose your meds or run out unexpectedly but this is dependant on whether they can see clear regular usage and it helps to already be a customer!

NHS prescription charges usually increase every April. Buy a prepayment certificate & potentially save HUNDREDS! Buy via TopCashBack or Quidco for an additional 10% discount from Chemist-4-U
Found 3rd FebFound 3rd Feb
Read entire text before voting cold as different to the current deal posted! NHS prescription charges usually increase every April. Buy a prepayment certificate & potentially … Read more
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Has anyone got the extra pop up code on checking out?


move to wales. Job done.


People probably are reading it, and maybe taking it up. Where you went wrong was adding the last sentence "Lets get some heat for this bargain". Begging for heat is the equivalent of submerging your deal in liquid nitrogen. The point of posting deals is to help your fellow HUKDers, not to get heat.


Makes little sense how a deal at full price he’s over 1000 degrees in heat and I offer it up 10% cheaper with a free delivery pass and it gets quoted cold?


Why don't the government take back control of the lottery and use the profits so perscriptions are free in every part of the UK, might buy a few tickets then.

Vodafone 15% discount on monthly bills for nhs employees
Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Just came across this on the vodafone website. Could benefit nhs employees, Not really had a proper look although i think there may be a £10 membership fee.
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May, like trump, is rubbish, but definitely the lesser of two evils. Socialism just doesn’t work.


She's been part of the government that decided to screw NHS staff over, if I recall she dismally failed to hit immigration targets, she is absolutely useless but at least she's setting Labour up for a win


Agree I got offered 30% today after threatening to leave. Couldn't get it on the 50Gb sim only deal but did get it for £24.46pm with free Spotify so really only £14.47


How she manage that? She has only been PM for less than two years. Since 1/22 workers is employed by the NHS and their average salary is 2,500 above the national average, I don’t think they do too badly compared to the rest of us. They do whine a lot though.


All emergency services staff qualify for the discount, including NHS staff too.

NHS prescription charges are going up on 1 April. Buy a prepayment certificate & potentially save HUNDREDS! [cost: £104 for a full year, £29 for 3 months, or 10 monthly Direct Debit payments of £10.40] (SAVE as much as £300+ pa)
Found 30th JanFound 30th Jan
***Single prescription charge rises to £8.80 on 1 April 2018 but the prepayment certificate price stays the same - even more of a bargain now (figures below updated)*** How to sa… Read more

Even better value than before. The single prescription charge rises to £8.80 on 1 April 2018 but the prepayment certificate price stays the same - even more of a bargain now.


Summary of England, Scotland, Wales posts; different countries do things differently! :{




http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-40927705 https://www.theguardian.com/society/2016/sep/08/postcode-lottery-revealed-in-nhs-care


The United Kingdom actually refers to the Union of Great Britain (that is, England, Scotland and Wales) and Northern Ireland; Scotland has always had and Northern Ireland has had for some time a different legal system and the Queen is quite separately Queen of Scotland and Queen of England - she even changes Christian denomination when she moves between the two countries

Rides for NHS staff this Christmas This year with Uber - up to £10 off two trips.
Found 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
Rides for NHS staff this Christmas This year, Uber is offering NHS staff working on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day up to £10 off two trips. You’ll be taking care of o… Read more
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The good news is it now works with a fire brigade email address!


So I need to change my personal email to nhs email to get this promo?


Theres so much love for cab drivers and uber drivers!!!


uber drivers are registered with TfL. Of people spouting the usual rubbish about Uber sexual assaults, this is based on data from 2015 of 154 allegations of sexual assault made. It was proven that 32 of these were Uber, which means that 122 weren't Uber... black cabs, illegal mini cabs etc. Put the daily mail down and look at the data, it's usually more accurate :-)


It wouldn't affect driving either. You moron.

Free NHS A&E waiting time app. (currently selected hospitals)
Found 14th Dec 2017Found 14th Dec 2017
Came across this app which gives info on current waiting times at selected hospitals. I thought this app is a fantastic idea and I'm suprised it's not happened sooner, hopefully… Read more

I think its potentially a good thing. It isn't just A and E's it also lists minor injury units and walk in centres as well as what they can treat. If if encorages people go to a minor injury unit to treat a broken bone as there is less wait it takes the pressure of A and E.


This seems like a great idea. I'm sure they'll get a lot of stick from people quoting the wait times and complaining when they had to wait longer than expected as A&E is prioritised based on need. I bet google could do a very good job of estimating this from all the data they collect, scary huh


It is common sense as well, say if someone is really sick and like you said he/she might not be fully appreciate the seriousness of the condition he/she could have, wouldn't he/she should drive straight to the A&E or perhaps call an ambulance at that instance? I would totally ignore the app and fly to the A&E if I have wings! Just my personal opinion.


Totally agree with you. This app will at least give an insight of the waiting time and you can go to the toilet, grab a quick bite etc and not there siting like a waiting duck.


It's another word with w and kers not the one your saying lol

16th november, 2017 - free screening on the isle of wight : NHS anti-abolition movie
Found 2nd Nov 2017Found 2nd Nov 2017
...This film gives a fascinating and worrying insight into the current situation from the perspective of doctors, nurses and senior health care professionals. The government’s … Read more

Whilst that does indeed happen, it's really negligible. It accounts for 0.3% of NHS spending.


Health care for profit and you'll get no cures. Not profitable.


Come over from India, get your hip replaced for free, go home. Your right. That's amazing value for money!


Spot on again! It's infuriating!


The problem with all governments, whether local or national, is that they are short-termists. Why instill policy that will take a generation to bear fruit and not see it in their Premiership?

Apple iPhone X Vodafone 15% discount for NHS Emergency Services Armed Forces staff plus 1000s more workplaces Students 10% off up to £288 off + FREE AirPods for first 1000 customers
Found 25th Oct 2017Found 25th Oct 2017
Vodafone have confirmed that they will be able to offer 15% discounts for pre orders on the iPhone X on pay monthly contracts for NHS, Armed Forces, Emergency services staff and 10… Read more

Your wife should be refusing to her employer to tend to anyone who gave/gives her a racial abuse comment, or any patient her NHS (cough) Trust refuse to fully reimburse her for, if you think it’s bad in public service try private where many people get taxed on refunds and are made to wait till the end of the tax year for reimbursement (that may mess up tax credits being cut the following year and overpaid next year then underpaid the following year for those with reliance on Tax Credits). I dont agree public public service staff should get discounts exclusive to them - who are paid well above minimum wage, and I am ex public service staff (was surrounded by people who couldn’t apply basic common sense who made work stressful)


Spoke to Apple about emergency services discount and no discount on IPhone X and no discount on Airpods and no discount on Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular but £7 off of Apple Watch 3 non cellular. Lol.


Also do emergency services get 15 / 20% off everything in Voda / EE if so will get my air pods there.


Is the 15 / 20% off the monthly cost or the upfront cost or both?


Can tell from your spelling you’ve not stepped foot in a university... They give students discounts, and not you, because they are a small section of the population who might not have access to the same funds right now but will be earning - on average - a lot higher than those not in further education. It’s a business move, not charity but you keep being peed off pal (y)

NHS prescription charges go up to £8.60 each 1 April. Get a prepayment certificate & potentially save HUNDREDS! [cost: £104 for a full year, £29 for 3 months, or 10 monthly Direct Debit payments of £10.40] (SAVE as much as £300+ pa)
Found 17th Mar 2017Found 17th Mar 2017
Prescription charges increase yet again in a fortnight (to £8.60 each), so now's a good time to remind anyone having more than 12 prescriptions over a full year that a PPC (Prepaym… Read more

Yup - I'm in Scotland, and live in a rural area, travelling into one of the cities. Although the SNP vote in 2015 resulted in almost all the seats, according to the figures, they actually got just under 50% of the votes - if Westminster elections weren't done as first past the post, the SNP would have significantly less seats.


You must either live in Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland or London if you are travelling to work in the morning with people using free bus passes because to my knowledge, everywhere else in England, they cannot be used before 9.30am on weekdays. Personally, I don't have an issue with free bus passes and think they should be available for the elderly (according to Passenger Focus research, some 95% of passengers agree) though 60 is not so old these days with people living longer than ever before. Maybe the state pensionable age used in England is a better age to grant them but as it is a concession that you, me and everyone else is entitled to eventually anyway, my only issue is the unfairness of the 6 year age difference between qualifying for one in England (ignoring London's 60+ Oyster card as an exception to the rule) compared to NI, Wales and Scotland. Independent studies have also shown that free bus passes are actually sustainable and socially and economically beneficial to the UK. Estimates are that it would cost the UK £1.7 billion to scrap this particular concession because for every £1 spent on free bus passes, apparently it generates nearly £3 of benefits. Re the SNP comment, I was referring more to their landslide 2015 general election result in Scotland rather than last year's Scottish parliament election.


Thank for raising awareness!


I have issues with the bus pass thing - many families with children are struggling financially, and don't get subsidies for getting to work etc, while the over 60's get free bus travel. Given that many (not all) of them will no longer have financial dependents, will have cleared their mortgage, etc., and have more disposable income, I struggle when I see them using their bus passes to get to work in the morning. Personally, I would add an extra clause to the provision of bus passes to no longer in paid work. As for the SNP being voted in by a huge majority, and remembering that it is a proportional representative vote, if it's a huge majority, why are they a minority government?


hahaha .

20% NHS Discount at Mountain Warehouse
LocalLocalFound 17th Oct 2016Found 17th Oct 2016
Just to let you know that presenting your NHS ID badge in-store gives you 20% off at Mountain Warehouse. I only bought clothing, but I believe it's applicable to all items. EDIT: … Read more
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because they deserve too :D


Cold , why should NHS get discount?


Wish I'd known when I'd bought my walking boots! Guess I should just ask everywhere. Thanks for the info.


They do the same for police.

NHS dentistry charges increase on 1 April - book a course of treatment now to avoid the increase
Found 22nd Mar 2016Found 22nd Mar 2016
The prices below increase, by and large, by around 5% next month. Book a course of treatment to start before 1 April, though, and the whole course of treatment will be at the old … Read more

​well if you go for a treatment/checkup, everything work done in the same band is included in one payment for 2 months, and the are obliged to do all the necessary treatment in one course (payment),


yeah you can get the mouth guards from sports direct- ones that you soak in hot water that are suppose to mould to you teeth/gums they are absolute rubbish for a tenner. So son went to dentist got it professionally moulded, and its brilliant- but cost £50, so very interested to know how op got for free!


If you're Chinese? :)


Evidence please...


Some dentists push for an unnecessary crown so they can make loads of money. I had this experience, he wanted the money for the crown upfront when I needed root canal first and stick the crown straight on. I went to another dentist, had root canal waited to see if it was sucessful before considering a crown. She did it three times but explained it was bad so might not be sucessful and if it didn't work I'd need it removed and if it did a rubber dam inserted and a filling was all that would be needed. Either way it would only cost £51.30 as it is the same course of treatment and in the same band

Save £361 on average on your energy bills with the NHS Collective Switch via EnergyHelpLine
Found 1st Mar 2016Found 1st Mar 2016
Go to http://www.energyhelpline.com/NHS_Collective to get started. The providers are not allowed to advertise these rates, and you won't find them on any comparison sites. Pleas… Read more

Quote for 'Places for People Energy' through the above link: Electricity: 17p/day standing charge, 10.20p/kWh - Total for year £327.03 (EDF currently charge £441.39) Gas: 15.90p/day standing charge, 2.55p/kWh - Total for year 334.79 (EDF currently charge £544.22) So based on the above, if its all above board when I go through the order process, I'll be saving just over £300, or around 32%.Prices are fixed for 18 months, £30 exit fee (per fuel type) if you cancel beforehand.


But this isn't available anymore. Brilliant if you got it when it was on, but at the moment I think the NHS collective is the best out there?


For comparison the recent MSE BG switch rates were Gas 2.64 p per kWh, 18.9p per day Elec 8.14 per kWh, 18.9p per day So while the gas is a little bit cheaper, the electricity prices are very high. Sorry, cold from me.


For everyone just voting cold, please do a quote first - you may be pleasantly surprised. The rates on my new tariff after switching are as follows: Gas: Unit Rate - 2.469p per kWh, Standing Charge - 21.90p per day, Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR) - 2.99p per kWh Electricity - Unit Rate - 11.351p per kWh, Standing Charge - 16.42p per day, Tariff Comparison Rate (TCR) - 12.80p per kWh I also receive a discount for having dual fuel and also paperless billing.


[quote=LesD]If you are on a current fixed price contract, these savings will be misleading. They assume you revert to the supplier's standard tariff when the current contract term ends. Sure, other deals will be better than that, but they may not be better than the current contract for the rest of its term.[/quote +1 Its as per all to confuse us and at the end of the day ALL WE NEED is the cost of the KWH plus discounts but that would see us all with the same cheapest provider and thats not what they want now is it

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