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Hey folks, i know there is lots of freebies floating around at the moment for the NHS, carers, emergency, and keyworkers so i thought i'd collate all in one thread. If i've missed… Read more

30% off trollbeads if you register your nhs email at https://www.trollbeads.com/en-gb/content/key-worker-discount/Key-Worker-Discount.html


Did you ever get an answer to this question?


Quite a few do. But it's usually a 5-10% sort of thing, sometimes they bundle something in


It'll be interesting to see which companies continue and sort of discount or offers for NHS staff post-pandemic


Oh I found it on their website: As well as priority hours, we’re giving NHS, emergency service, and care workers priority access to our stores to help them shop when they have the time. Please come to the front of the queue with your valid ID to enter.

20% off at the food warehouse for NHS - show official NHS ID at till
01/06/2020Starts at 01/06/202007/06/2020Expires on 07/06/2020LocalLocal
20% off for NHS staff when shopping at food warehouse

Just don't touch anything unless you're buying it


Just don't touch anything unless your buying it


I read that it was Nhs badge you need to show.. not blue light card


For both iceland and warehouse, not showing up on bluelight app


No other key workers benefitting from this deal ?

20% Discount to NHS Staff From June 1-7 @ Iceland (In Store only)
01/06/2020Starts at 01/06/202007/06/2020Expires on 07/06/2020LocalLocal
Feels like a good one here. From The Tweet We’re offering a special thank you discount to our incredible NHS workers. Show your official NHS ID when you shop in store between 1… Read more
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Yeah, they'll also come out and cook it for you (lol)


Iceland have done this before with various groups and will no doubt do it again. I see all these comments on what about x y z? Why aren't we included? Answer is because you're not. Why does everyone need to be included when someone is running a promotion? I bet hardly anyone here even shops at Iceland. Oh and this doesn't work in the range Iceland stores for some reason, it needs to be the main stand alone icelands.


Supermarket staff and all other keyworkers should have been included in these offers and haven't been on the whole, which is a shame marketing using the trend of free/reduced to NHS staff and not the whole keyworking community I feel is a bit of a backhander to those who haven't been able to be off during this pandemic. Obviously wouldn't expect Iceland to offer discounts to rival supermarket staff, but perhaps other keyworkers such as HGV drivers etc. 😁


Ok !!!



Enterprise Car Club - Key Worker - Get free membership for a year
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
If you’re a key worker, you automatically qualify for free membership – for at least a year – of Enterprise Car Club, saving £60. You will also get up to 45% off the hourly renta… Read more

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Except it says "NHS Staff/Volunteers, Emergency Services, Armed Forces & Key Workers"


From the page you linked "...all members prior to renting are to ensure they:(...)Are not living with or in close contact with someone who is currently quarantined or who has tested positive for the virus."So looks like they're not eligible anyway?


Do you have to pay the per mile rate on top of the hourly/daily rental fee or do you choose which of the tariffs you want to use?


But only on your wife's birthday

Pepsi Max / Diet Pepsi 24 x 330ml £5.99 (£5.40 NHS) @ Morrisons
02/06/2020Expires on 02/06/2020Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Please shop responsibly. As Coronavirus uncertainty develops, we are seeing a lot of community demand for basic household items. Please do consider others - we all need to work to… Read more
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With the NHS discount this is an absolute deal and a half! FIRE!


instore and online just got back from mine. Picked up a case (y)


Man I wish normal Pepsi was there. So much nicer. At the same time I'm happy it isn't because I'd drink it like water.


Been this price in our One Stop shop for a couple of weeks


pile at front door of my store today.

To help the NHS Paw Patrol T-Shirt - NHS Heroes £9.95 + £4.95 delivery at Character.com
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
A Donation of £3.00 from every sale of this T-Shirt will go directly to NHS Charities.
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I’m not hysterical about it at all. Always been pretty chilled as I’m not in an at risk group and there have only been 220 cases in my county and 4 deaths. The reason we had to lockdown so hard was the inept response from the government. You don’t have the required information to say I’m wrong as there hasn’t been any studies on how children fare in a national lockdown. You might turn out to be right but it’s not possible to know yet. On the mental health point, I agree more needs to be done by the government anyway. There are things that we can do to help our children to grow up to be more resilient. Education is key. We can never eliminate the bad things out there in the world, we have to help with coping strategies.


Frankly you’re wrong and evidence has shown that adverse childhood experiences can cause severe and enduring mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and irreversible personality difficulties leading to chronic suicidal ideation but I won’t get into an argument with someone who is clearly hysterical about the situation. There is not and never has been any pressure on hospital beds, ventilatory capacity or non-invasive ventilation.


Children are a lot more resilient than you make out. A lot will have learned that bad things happen in the world and that things have to change from time to time. After all, we don’t just right people off because they went through a hard time as a kid. We also have weren’t locking down to save kids. We were doing it so grandma has a hospital bed instead of dying painfully and without dignity in her own home.


On the other hand it’s important to consider the significant, enduring and irreversible damage that lockdown has had on our children versus the fairly low risk of transmission of the virus in an open public space and the even lower risk of a child becoming ill with the virus.


People like you with all this freedom bull are selfish. Why are u putting others at risk. Wish we had the Philippine government strategy.

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AO - Free delivery and timeslots for NHS workers
Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
As a massive thank you to NHS workers for your hard work during the COVID-19 outbreak, we’re offering free delivery and free timeslots to fit around your shift patterns. That means… Read more

Nice deal. FIRE! This has been ongoing for a while : https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-delivery-free-timeslots-for-nhs-workers-from-aocom-3446684


Sorry but what about the teachers? Most of them are on a rota and are not required to go into school everyday. What about the shop workers, the postal workers the cleaners and all the other key workers. I work in utilities and since this started I have not had a single day off and even cancelled annual leave to cover people who was ill or shielding.


Back in March a mate of mine had a fridge freezer delivered by AO. The two delivery men were very cheerful about how "everyone in our depot is infected lol", then breathed all over him and licked their fingers to scratch off the stickers on the unit. A week later he was struggling to breathe with blood pressure through the roof, running a fever, unable to get out of bed, had splitting headaches and other symptoms which lasted over two weeks. His wife also got it and at something like 8 weeks later still has worrying symptoms. Hopefully AO delivery people are taking the situation a bit more seriously now.


I think you will find that a lot of teachers have been called back in (including myself) over August to prepare for the whole school return in September. Classrooms will have to be modified, a lot of lessons have to be put on pod casts etc etc. Summer holiday to where? European destinations have blocked tourists from the UK!


Super. Thanks.

Free Emergency Boiler Repair Work at Valliant for NHS Workers
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updated 26th March 2020 We’d like to update you about our plans and current position in connection with the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) situation across … Read more
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would they do any boiler or just valiant?


Boiler engineer came today. Sterling job. Couple of parts replaced and back working again. Free of charge. Amazing 👌


fab deal


I'm genuinely grateful. My boilers been playing up for a while and I have avoided getting someone in because of cost but knew it was inevitable. Today I called them up, told them the problem and they are coming tomorrow!! As a nurse I'm pleased. Yes I agree it's unfair that is not available to shopworkers, bin men, postie's etc. I really wish it was. But I'm grateful all the same


It’s getting a bit silly now, isn’t it?

Free 24 Hour Use of Santander Bikes for NHS Workers
Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Free 24 hour access to Santander bikes for NHS workers with the code: THANKSNHS This seems a great deal so hope this comes in handy!
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Nice deal, but please be aware handlebars and other surfaces may not be clean. Wash your hands regularly, don't touch your face, etc.


From their website it states: Free 24-hour access for NHS workersWe're giving free 24-hour access to Santander Cycles for NHS workers, including all journeys under 30 minutes. Contact your NHS comms team for more information.


How do I claim this?


What about all of the key workers?


during the pandemic it is very important that people stay away from public transport and so funding these schemes will help with this. the cost to the economy and the NHS caused from the transmission of the disease will make any funding look like a drop in the ocean in terms of the money that the government is forking out at the moment to deal with the crisis. cycling should be encouraged as a form of transport as it encourages exercise and especially during the warmer months, it will have significant psychological improvement to sitting on a crowded tube. the issue about cycling to work in the big cities is the lack of shower facilities for people when they get into the office.

NHS workers can get additional monthly bundle of 5000 minutes and 500GB data Free @ Tesco Mobile
30/06/2020Expires on 30/06/2020Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Tesco mobile have just launched an additional monthly bundle of 5000 minutes and 500 GB free for any of their pay monthly customers who are frontline NHS workers. From The Websit… Read more
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I think Tesco is rather cynically offering this limited and hard to get offer to enjoy the feel good publicity from this good cause. Even Nhs staff do not know about it.


Yes it's not just the great ppl at NHS , bus drivers ,taxi drivers police / fire services and those who are supplying and making food for the nation God bless everyone


Tesco link not on NHS Website. Nothing about it in my NHS emails


Nothing for Key workers.Needs to be rolled out to those people too.BUT heat added for NHS though (y)


U r correct

30% discount on Altura for NHS & key workers
01/09/2020Expires on 01/09/2020Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Enter name and email address and you’ll get an email with a code sent to you.
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Standard fare these days.


The code only works on full priced items not their sale


Can be decent, I've got some of the panniers and rack bag range and its sound. The bikepacking 'vortex' first version tore for a mate of mine where the straps were sewn on. The sizing is haphazard on the clothing, some for UK build, other items for cyclist build I.e. smaller


Is their gear any good?


Their stuff is regularly 60% off, even on their own website. Sorry, hate to be the one that says it, as it's a goodwill NHS post. But 30% off on Altura isn't really them going above and beyond, they're just shifting some stock at a higher price than they would if it went into their usual discounts later (flirt) I'll take my leave (ninja)

Daewoo 3.5L Slow Cooker - Stainless Steel £16.94 delivered @ Robert Dyas ( £15.74 with student/NHS discount)
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Prepare a meal for family or flatmates using the 3.5L slow cooker from Daewoo. You can turn it on in the morning, go about your day and your meal will be ready when you return home… Read more
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No problem.


Thank you for the code (y)


RDSB4GS5 Here is one code if anyone wants it.

Morrisons NHS club - Free flowers, hot drinks, 10% off all shopping and more @ Morrisons
12/07/2020Expires on 12/07/2020Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Please shop responsibly. During the Co-vid-19 outbreak, we have been seeing a lot of community demand for basic household items. Please consider others and don’t stockpile - we al… Read more
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Ive been getting the 10% discount since it started with no issues - others have mentioned the other free bits which is what i was querying


You just show your id badge at the checkout. I've been 2 times since they did the 10% on the NHS hour and got money off each time.


I signed up for this via my morrison account, chose the option of printed £5 voucher, it sent a link to my nhs email account, i clicked this and it said i,d registered, i went in store today and did my weekly shop but got no till spits or anything!,


Lovely thing to do but remember careworkers the forgotten ones that equally put themselves in danger in care homes.. I know as I'm one of them working 12.5 hour night shifts without a break..


You are right and wrong. Wrong in that its not compassion and kindness, but good business PR. Right in that the other supermarkets are stupid if they allow Morrisons to monopolise on this VS standoff.

Unlimited mobile data with BT for NHS staff
Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
If you read the article it’s half way down. I know a few who have phoned and asked.
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Great offer.... If it "actually happens"....! I have BT mobile and I work for the NHS. I registered on their site 7 days ago and am still waiting for the unlimited data to be added on... This could just be one of those marketing ploys from BT


Here is the url: https://www.bt.com/consumer/edw/nhs-unlimited/register/ :D


Childish comment. You are belittling truck drivers who deliver PPE to hospitals and food to stores.


Muted no more of his sillyness and I'm being kind would love to use stronger words!!


Do one!

NHS Discounts - Great deal @ Superdry £39.99 polo shirts, 2 for £55.00 and 50% off code £13.75 per polo shirt delivered
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Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
NHS Discounts - Great deal @Superdry for NHS staff. £39.99 polo shirts, 2 for £55.00 and 50% off code at NHS Discounts so works out at just £13.75 per polo shirt delivered

They’re £13.75


£40 for a superdry polo shirt??? The world defo has gone mad!!!



NHS Workers can receive 10p off per litre of fuel @ Essar (Petrol 89.9p - 92.9p per litre / Diesel 97.9p - 99.9p per litre)
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th MayLocalLocal
Essar, who have over 70 forecourts across the UK (of which 51 are participating in this offer), are currently offering NHS workers 10p off per litre of fuel. This means across most… Read more
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No I’m fine with that. It’s not about what they do for society but more about the selective approach of the situation. How many times do people go outside to clap the bin men? We need them, they are poorly paid for a crappy job. What about people working in shops. Tons of items touched by many potentially infected people that they have to tidy. We get food in our plate because they put themselves at risk too. Don’t they deserve the same treatment than NHS workers? I can go on and on...


You're right, should be all key workers. However as for paid loads. I have close friends/colleagues on greatly reduced and in some cases no pay as having to take unpaid leave to look after children and older relatives. As public workers they cant be furloughed and have used up their quota of carer leave for year. Other colleagues have been lucky to get to work from home but it's just not possible for all staff.


You could answer it in whatever way you feel most validated. I presume you have a problem with kids having free meals and free entry to places too, I mean, what have they contributed to society to deserve that.


You want me to do some virtue signalling or is it a rhetorical question? Because in both cases answering to the question would be wrong. Therefore I would say “at least as much as you”.


The big man hath spoken. What have you done for the world lately?

Face Masks with All Proceeds Donated to the NHS £5 + £3.99 Delivery - £8.99 @ PrettyLittleThing
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
93 designs available. If you do a search for "...Fashion Mask..." in the Pretty Little Things website it will return the different designs. All proceeds from the sale of this pro… Read more
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My masks came this morning. Nice designs and I'm happy with them. Kinda a silky stretchy material. I'd buy from them again (y)


Not sure if this has been added after your post, but in their defence, they do define proceeds: "All proceeds from the sale of this product will be donated to the NHS. Proceeds shall mean the sale price of the product paid by the customer, less VAT" Anyway, ridicously expensive and obviously the NHS is not a charity.


Ordered mine Thursday. The email said "thanks for your order doll" (shock) . No other info the website still says processing. And packing my order has been packing for the past three days. No one seems to be wearing masks here now. Just want them for if I get the bus or have to go into a crowd. Been avoiding the town since lockdown!.


Amazon. I ordered 2 last week and they came today


Scandalous! £4 to send? They should at least cover the cost of postage (70p cost to them)

#FishToYourDoor has set up NHS Fish Friday where NHS staff working in Cornwall can get up to 50% off fish @ Seafood Cornwall
TODAYTODAYLocalLocalPosted 13th MayPosted 13th May
#FishToYourDoor has set up NHS Fish Friday where NHS staff working in Cornwall can get up to 50% off

Bats are not see food. Bats are sonaring food.


Bats are seafood?!


Pretty sure me and Alanis Morissette know what's ironic. Don't you think? It's like rain on your wedding day. It's a free ride, when you've already paid. It's a Cornish fish market rewarding NHS workers. When a Chinese fish market caused them so much pain. Or, if the conspiracy is correct that Covid-19 came from a leak from Wuhan's centre for disease control, that's a more direct irony.


My wife's a frontline nurse and she likes a large halibut.



New Scientist - NHS workers — have 6 weeks' free web access on us.
Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
At New Scientist we pride ourselves on giving our readers the facts they need, without any spin or agenda. In these extraordinary times, this is more important than ever. While we … Read more
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can't think of anything i would less like to read when coming back home from work...! but good deal if you are relentless


Its legit. You get an acknowledgement email with details to follow.


Ohhh if someone would like to share their login (angel)


Thanks! Where is the link for the actual information or terms as it just takes you to a website. Url looks legit but can’t be too careful these days.


thanks gone for it. Will need to put settings back to no contact. No wish to get spammed at work.

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