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Samsung Galaxy Note9 128GB Hybrid Sim @Samsung For Students, NHS workers... - £699 +£150 Cashback = £549
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Updated 16th AprLast updated 16th Apr by rogermellie
Samsung Galaxy Note9 128GB Hybrid Sim @Samsung For Students, NHS workers... - £699 +£150 Cashback = £549
Get the Note9 for a cracking price. Here we go again... This price is available on the Ocean blue, Black and Lavender purple. Trade in an old phone If you wish to take advantag… Read more
rogermellie

well its 4 months on, I still have my note 3

rogermellie

Cash back paid out today...time to send the Part ex in

umar

Sending it back tomorrow they want £25 cos mute button on my trade in 6s doesn't work thought they recycle not resell I was thinking they might still refuse cashback even if I paid £25.

umar

Thank you note is on charge and trade in phone going tomorrow let's see what happens couldn't wait any longer now waiting for ebay £1 final value fee so pixel 2xl can go😁

manka

If you decide to return phone then you'd be given the cash equivalent if they can't return your phone to you.

The NHS prescription charge goes up to £9 in April. Buy an instant digital £10.40 pm prepayment certificate to save potentially £100s
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Refreshed 7th AprRefreshed 7th AprUpdated 9th AprLast updated 9th Apr by Headingley_Lad
A prescription prepayment certificate (PPC) lets you get as many NHS prescriptions as you need for a set price. If you regularly pay prescription charges, a PPC could save you mon… Read more
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The £104 yearly prescription can potentially be purchased for £94.49 :D Go via Topcashback (5.25%) & purchase via: Chemist 4 u Use 5% discount code: welcome5 on checkout £104 - 5% discount = £98.80 - £4.31 TCB = £94.49

davidridge1

Chelsea fan...

troubleshooter

I take 4 different medications a day. This saves me a fortune every month. Wish I didn't need them but I do. I'm grateful for our NHS and deals like this

monkeyplane

So is marrying your sister

Lisa.Rushton

Fill in a hc1/hc2 form. If they have no form of income ie full time job then usually free prescription. Uni students use it too.

Free NHS eye tests and optical vouchers (If You Fit The Wide Criteria Below) Great Service
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Updated 8th AprLast updated 8th Apr by missismop
Maybe I've been living under a rock, but I've just discovered this for my 63 year old mum that she can get an eye test for free from the NHS as she is over 60, so I didn't know if … Read more
missismop

i dont think there is any need for that

Mrswitch

Excellent, genuinely pleased :)

Swrajit

Heat added my workplace just sent me the voucher and contribution for the glasses. I forgot to check mine since 2013 bit lazy and completely forgot to get my DSE being assessed.

sparklehedgehog

Should’ve known by now if you work hard you’re shafted

sparklehedgehog

Labour voter right here

Free Calm premium subscription for NHS staff
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Updated 6th AprLast updated 6th Apr by F5C
Not for everyone, but anybody who works for the NHS and falls in to the following job roles will be able to get a free 1 year premium subscription. Who's eligible? Psychotherapis… Read more
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F5C

Insight Timer is a good app with a lot of free content - if you are not eligible for this good offer

joeyjoejoe206

Good work keeping the comments on topic (y) I think you would benefit from some mindfulness....

robbiecfc2129

My gran lived till 106. Is that below average in england?

robbiecfc2129

Move to Scotland then. Free bus pass for over 60s free tuition for all were very progressive up here

mdekq007

If you look through the job roles "other" is an option

Free Eye Test for all, Following on from Mrswitch Free NHS Eye tests here is one we can all get if you go through the hoops here
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Updated 6th AprLast updated 6th Apr by Toonah
Simply go via this Optical Express* link, fill in your details and request a call back to book an appointment at your local branch ( find your nearest ). Your eye test must be ca… Read more
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Toonah

How often do they call? They tried once, I couldn't get to phone... had voicemail (which just was an automatic voice saying "cannot put call through") then next day another missed call, but no message. The number says it was them.... I've not called back, but not sure if they will try me again (was on Thurs and Fri). Crossing my fingers for Monday....

Common.Sense

Great. Fake name, free eye test at multiple locations to check if the first was correct!

The Gym Group Corporate Discount for Public Service and NHS Staff
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Updated 5th AprLast updated 5th Apr by AndyS84
If you are already a member of The Gym Group, why not ask your your branch if they do civil service or NHS corporate discounts. Mine was £17.99 and reduced to £13.99. Every branch … Read more
AndyS84

Sounds like East ham to me as I trained there and found the same thing happening. When I asked a team member they informed me that the council have always had a contract that states the free weight area cannot be used between those hours due to noise complaints from residents. When it was easy gym they just ignored the restriction placed on them! overall I have used 5/6 of The Gym's around that area and 2 out of the 5/6 weren't fantastic as in the gym floor was messy but the others were good. For the money I find them great and not many gyms compete for the price. However asking for a couple of £ off per month from a budget gym isn't something that would concern me as I would actually pay more for it!

Afnan

Your local gym isn't West Croydon by any chance?

tizen

My opinion is helping alot of people on Google where it matters. My Google review Stats: 2,440 views, 56 thumbs up. Adiós.

freedms_stain

Did you miss the last bit of your comment where you referred to them as "The Joke Group"? Your opinion on this case is pretty worthless without mentioning the locations you've used.

tizen

You obviously missed the first bit of my message 'My Local The Gym Group'. I didn't say all the gyms are like that. I've been to 2 of their Gym's and the experience hasn't been good IMO which I'm entitled to share. Lot of Gym's nowadays are contract free cancel anytime, offer day passes or pay as you go and offer incentives for gym members to share with family and friends. It's nothing new... Lastly no-one is gonna be put off by my comment...people tend to check reviews before joining anyway. Happy Gyming. Don't forget to warm up 😄

Huawei P30 pro, 60GB, £30 up front, £42.40 p/m + free Sonos One - Defence discount / blue light card (NHS) on EE
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Updated 4th AprLast updated 4th Apr by tovtm
I've been shopping about for the best deal on this phone, and I've come across this deal. In order to get it you must log in to your account ( it's easier in the app, the website… Read more
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tovtm

What's the best deal for the pro at the moment I though this was a good price untill I see the coldness

BurningFeetMan

It's the best price i can find for this phone, it's never been cheaper, so that's why I posted. All tech gets cheaper the longer you wait. Getting a new phone at release means in 2 years when I upgrade again it's likely to be worth more, but each persons circumstance will differ. I do dislike when people say they can get a better deal but don't link it though.

Marker

If this was £999 it probably would have gone hot, but any phone deal £1000 or over goes insta-cold, lol.

AHM3D

Then don't claim it. Majority of retailers sell this phone for £899, factor in the massive data allowance at max speeds plus BT Sport for the duration, you are getting the Sonos speaker for free.

pete1993

Could always sell the Sonos and get some money back. (y)

Lloyds Pharmacy Blood Pressure Monitor just £14.99 (free click and collect)
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Updated 1st AprLast updated 1st Apr by amnaz
Blood pressure monitor and cuff from Lloyds Pharmacy for just £14.99 collected (free C&C). Add voucher code OWN25LP in checkout to receive a £5.00 discount! Better to be safe… Read more
amnaz

Don’t forget TCB (y)

margamboy

Buy this one first as a good price and then if you want another " more advanced " model later you could always use 1 against the other to calibrate and take an average of the 2. ;)

jedijacobs

Yes, think the Omron one can be bought for £19.99 at the mo, although this also seems good as it’s medically certified too. Hope it’s of benefit :)

NFS

Thanks The GP said to her that Omron blood pressure monitors are good but will try this one first as noticed on the omron ones vary a bit in price

jedijacobs

Bless her, hopefully this will help her keep track on it :)

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 dual SIM - £699 for students/NHS etc. + £150 cashback (£549 total) @ Samsung
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Updated 25th MarLast updated 25th Mar by pound_sterling
Found this accidentally! Samsung currently have £200 off the Note 9 if you login to their student/staff discount site. They are also offering £150 cashback. If you include the ca… Read more
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pound_sterling

this was a great deal as I got paid the £150 cashback as well as £34.50 from TCB!

murphyabu

Has anyone received an email from Samsung Recycle about their recycled device? Just received an email which states Device Faulty - No Power on. Please pay £25 to MTR Group Ltd The phone powered on without a problem before I posted it and I've never had any issues with it before. Anyone else received an unexpected demand for payment?

fahimmi10

Got mine on Saturday now!

mercman

Mine was paid via Opia Limited

Franko64

Yes, mine has been paid (y)

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Free Hearing Aid Test & Available on NHS Kirkby Liverpool  Specsavers
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31/05/2019Expires on 31/05/2019LocalLocalUpdated 24th MarLast updated 24th Mar by Chumba_Wumba
FREE HEARING & EYE TEST LIVERPOOL SPECSAVERS Found this deal free hearing aid test and free hearing aid on the NHS. For a hearing test For new hearing aid Hearing check-up fo… Read more
Chumba_Wumba

Handy, as Scousers are likely going to be in need of both for the title run-in ;)

pasheast

If a relative of mine's experience is anything to go by, Specsavers will tell you after your free hearing test that the NHS aids that you would get will not be as good for your hearing loss and your 'requirements' as these ones we have here that we can flog you for £000's 'together with a free trial'. As above see your GP for a referral to your local NHS audiology department.

hungryjon

And in similar news, advice and review and treatment by knowledgeable trained health care professional is available free of charge for any health concern! Just phone your local gp surgery AND if specialist care is needed you will be referred to specialist care where needed! That's all this is, a gp referral is needed, high street providers have narrow referral criteria but do the job for those who fulfil criteria just as well, although quicker. Its not free per se, it comes from the bottomless pit known as the nhs

whiteston

Ay?

Free condoms near you. NHS services offering free condom by post and in person
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Updated 11th MarLast updated 11th Mar by myusernamehasgone234
Link for everyone Find your nearest local nhs service for condoms and sexual health services https://www.nhs.uk/Service-Search/Free%20condoms/LocationSearch/732 Different area’… Read more
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myusernamehasgone234

This post is a bit different from the last post which was under 25’s. For this post I have highlighted some services that offer free condoms by post, as well as where those over 25 can access condoms too I actually don’t see the issue with another post for free condoms as clearly it is important people can access them. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.standard.co.uk/news/health/young-adults-in-uk-are-diagnosed-with-an-sti-every-four-minutes-a3971051.html%3famp STI rates in the UK: Young adults are diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection every four minutes PHE) said there were 144,000 cases of chlamydia or gonorrhoea diagnosed among people aged 15 to 24 last year - the equivalent of almost 400 a day. That’s only one static for young people.

yorinul

Why? Haven't you run out from the last time? They do have a best before date.

Dalkirst

How many times do we need this posted? Was done so 3 and 4 months previously

myusernamehasgone234

(strong) Blur

cjm150273

Girls who are boys Who like boys to be girls Who do boys like they're girls Who do girls like they're boys... ...and live in Hull

Home screening kit - Bowel cancer screening @ NHS
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Updated 8th MarLast updated 8th Mar by smk77
The bowel cancer screening test for people aged 60 or over is a kit you use at home. This is used to check for tiny amounts of blood in your poo. It doesn't diagnose bowel cancer,… Read more
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smk77

No no no. Turkey was not 'offered to join the EU' (that doesn't make sense..). Turkey wants to join the EU. They applied in 1987 and their application was recognised in 1999. Negotiations started in 2005. The 'offer' that was made in 2016 was to accelerate talks as part of the refugee deal. However, talks have stalled, the EU is extremely critical of Turkey and we have a Veto anyway. Turkey will not join the EU until it reforms. Telling someone to shut up because they havent worn a uniform. How is that for democracy? I see what kind of world you believe in. Typical brexiter. When someone raises their opinion online and you dont agree you accuse them of hiding behind a screen. I would say exactly the same to your face but don't tell me...I wouldn't dare say that to your face. Why is that tough man? Its not a case of loving the EU. I am british. But you mindless bunch of poorly educated fools are being dragged off a cliff and taking the rest of us with you. You dont realise is that all Brexit will achieve is damage to our economy. There will of course be winners. We know who they are. They argued before the referendum that a 52:48 remain win would be unfinished business. They suggested that a 2nd referendum would a good idea after a negotiation of a deal. They argued that a democracy fails to be a democracy if we can't change our mind. The will of the people may have change since the advisory referendum. Too scared to find out?

peterdarlison2

Snore... Boring and wrong...... One word... DEMOCRACY... Because without that we have nothing...... And I might add the EU are nothing but the crap on my shoe... They are a protection racket that takes money, pays half back then bribes politicians with the rest to get the votes they need to power themselves.. Grow up smell the coffee

peterdarlison2

Actually Turkey was offered to join the EU providing they stemmed the influx of immigrants. That was the deal but after Turkey did that the glorious EU went back on their deal. Have you ever wore a uniform if not shut up. You have no idea you silly little fool. If you love the EU that much leave now and find you better self instead of arguing behind your computer screen like a real man lol. Ps see you at the next rally.... Oh and blame us when the whole country has a civil war. One last thing.... This isn't about whether we stay or leave its about democracy and installing the will of the people. British heritage.

Coldfinger

This thread has a cancer of its own, it’s distracting from the original thread which was intended to save lives not threaten them. Bloody Brexit arguments. See https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/home-screening-kit-bowel-cancer-screening-nhs-3191895

NHS and Emergency Service workers - Free laser eye surgery saving £1190 @ Optical Express (Plus more discounts for Emergency Services + NHS)
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Refreshed 1st MarRefreshed 1st MarUpdated 5th MarLast updated 5th Mar by sherry4283
Optical Express are giving NHS and Emergency service workers free laser eye surgery treatment - they are putting £1 million in funding behind the initiative. Emergency workers need… Read more
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sherry4283

I didn't get an email - but I got one of their call centre staff call me today to follow up with their apologies for not winning and offer £500 of laser treatment...

TlMSKl

Emergency Service staff won't be allowed to provide the required video testimonial, so sadly a scam.

Lokipoki

I had laser eye surgery from optical Express 6 years ago. I had to wear glasses all the time as couldn't see a thing. 6 years later not wearing glasses and vision is amazing within 24 hrs was told fit to drive. Would recommend this

bhara

This is all just to harvest your information. They are ridiculously pushy sales people. You'll get told of special offers which you only get for today, you'll get continuous calls about their "offers". Avoid at all costs. Plus, any future problems arising from the surgery, you'll have to fork out a ridiculous amount to rectify. If you are seriously considering doing the surgery, search local consultants and get peace of mind.

Planter1

You know what, if that’s the case then I can see the argument. However I would love to think it’s people in lower occupational levels who took benefit of this and not senior or top level managers. But I’m probably wrong.

Discount on meals at certain McDonald's restaurants for Emergency Services personnel (NHS, Police, Fire Brigade)
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Updated 28th FebLast updated 28th Feb by Disrupto64
I like to think that I know most of the good NHS/NUS deals out there, particularly when it comes to restaurants, but when my colleague told me about this deal I must admit I was sh… Read more
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Disrupto64

I certainly won't be taking dietary advice from the honey monster. You be trying to pass all that fat off as mass and fur, I bet.

Familyguy1982

It's been a pleasure.

thehoneymunster

Thanks Doctor Family Guy.

LilRachmoo

LOVE THIS BRILLIANT ESPECIALLY FOR NURSES THEY DESERVE THE WORLD I WOULD BUY THEM THE FOOD MYSELF IF I COULD.

Familyguy1982

(lol) You were talking about heart disease though not 'obesity'. Regardless I can confirm I occasionally eat McDonald's and I am not obese nor do I have heart disease!

Superdrug is offering 10% discount to NHS staff from 27th February to 26th March. Instore only.
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Updated 28th FebLast updated 28th Feb by Nilzp
For a limited time you can receive a 10% NHS discount with a registered Health & Beautycard and a valid NHS Staff IDValid in-store from Wednesday 27th February - 26th March 201… Read more
Nilzp

Heat added, thanks OP

Rumana03

only those with too much time on their hands would moan..lol..

holdaway

Aaaand... cue 'why should NHS staff get discount, they're already paid for their work'... Heat given!

boabie.burns

Thanks (y) (y)

sepulchre

Cheers

O2 now offer Teachers upto 40% off Mobile Phone bills (also NHS, Armed forces, Police, large MNC / blue chips )
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Refreshed 12th Jun 2018Refreshed 12th Jun 2018Updated 25th FebLast updated 25th Feb by FreshBox
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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FreshBox

Why is this exp

pengwyn

There's always world war III lol

seaniboy

Ah cheers but I’m alright mate. Disappointed not angry. (y)

Mildlytight

Seaniboy do you need a hug mate? You seem to be really (mad)

Mildlytight

We haven't had conscription in the UK for over 50 years...

Pretty Funky £25 Frame Selection At Specsavers (Free Frame + Single Vision Lenses If Eligible For NHS Voucher)
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LocalLocalUpdated 17th FebLast updated 17th Feb by louiselouise
This is an FYI more than anything. The cheapest frame selection Specsavers carry are £25 - the frames + lens are completely free if you're eligible for NHS vouchers and have an… Read more
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louiselouise

I picked up my Maroon Cat Eyes last week - my first Varifocals. Was a bit alarmed when I saw the yellow pen markings all over the lenses - but the assistant cleaned them off with alcohol. I can now read close up without having to put my glasses at the very end of my nose :D I also ordered Varifocals from Goggles4U - though my experience with them was half good/half bad, already mentioned here Bit disappointed G4U removed my review (it was there for a few hours) but I've shopped with them for years and their customer service is great - second time lucky, I hope.

louiselouise

I have a receipt for my purchase (mentioned above). There were no hidden charges yesterday (when I purchased my varifocals). No hard sell, either. No problem giving me my prescription for internet ordering (the Tesco Optician a few years ago was notably snotty when I was honest) and they happily adjust my glasses, no matter where I've purchased them from. Maybe it depends on your store, but I think my local Specsavers is great.

supersue

Went to Asda and got the same prescription and almost identical frames for £89, where the quotes are genuinely inclusive of most "additions" charged as extra at Specsavers :)

supersue

Specsavers are rip-off merchants in our experience. They knew the prescription (they did the test) and from our choice of frame, started off saying "2 pairs of those for £200. But then kept adding another £50/£100 when they "remembered" all the details of the prescription (which they had in their hand when making the original quote) till it reached nearly £500 for ONE pair; then said "sorry, can't order them without speaking to the manufacturer" - there'll be an additional cost implication....". They thought they saw us coming....... they certainly saw us going..... (mad)

louiselouise

As promised, added the Mens' £25 frames to the original post - also more of the Womens' £25 offerings. Still from the Trongate, Glasgow store.

Free NHS “Yes I Donate” Products, T-shirt’s, pens, vests, coasters, key rings and more
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Updated 14th FebLast updated 14th Feb by AnnieLey
Leaflets and stickers also available. Information and products to let people you know you are willing to partake in organ donation. Please do not abuse this service. Only order pr… Read more
AnnieLey

There are 6 pages of products

clairebearb

I can only see leaflets on there x

sb30

Are the people on saying that they have never had a free pen, mug, t-shirt etc off any charity stall.

xenophon

Doh! Should have read the description properly. (embarrassed)

deadleg21

I'm confused by all the outrage in these comments. Are products not also for raising awareness about organ donation - which I assume arises from a person wearing the shirt? You seem to all be obsessed with raising money for publicity rather than direct publicity? Is the end goal not simply encouraging organ donation sign up not the fundraising in and of itself. Some of you are writting angry letters to the comapny though, so what did I miss....

NHS Child Health App - A Guide For Parents Or Carers Of Young Children @ The Playstore & App Store
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Updated 12th FebLast updated 12th Feb by Mrswitch
Just heard this on the radio, seems like a decent little app helping with common health conditions for children Between the ages of 0 - 5 Child’s health, an NHS guide for parent… Read more
Mrswitch

Was advertised on the radio yesterday, and it's a fairly new app, so I'd guess those two put together comes up with an answer? Or not? :D

aba123

An 'NHS' app with only 10k downloads on Google play?! Gotta be a fake! The developer does other unrelated apps too.

viniteng

Heat for sharing @Mrswitch If it could prevent/help one unfortunate incident, it would be worthwhile. Thank you !

df12

Catch ap is a really good nhs ap too if your area commissions it.

arunramanathan77

Thanks for sharing :)

NHS/EmergencyServices/Military 10% Discount still active at Iceland, but ends soon!
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Updated 29th JanLast updated 29th Jan by TheAngryMob
The pre-Xmas NHS, Emergency Services & Military 10% discount is still active at Iceland, but ends soon! This isn't a glitch, it's a previously advised promotion, so don't go m… Read more
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TheAngryMob

I think today is the last day folk (y)

bisto44

I was told it had finished as well, then they scanned my bonus card and it took 10% :D Lasts till 30th January according to an email I got yesterday. The email does say "don't forget to scan your bonus card" but would be handy if staff had been told as well (y)

TheAngryMob

It's actually bloody mental that this ends a day before the last Thursday of the month ... Our standard pay day. Why end it just before payday, especially the January payday? And, anyone else getting success after scanning your card, especially if showing a Blue Light scheme card, or @military or @weightwatchers @Militarysavings @nhsdiscounts @nhsdeals @FIREDEALS @policefireman @Police @RNLIZorro @Rescue1 @bluelights @weightwatchers

TheAngryMob

That's great news :) Thank-you.

TheAngryMob

Or in a cynical manner, the NHS is one of the biggest employers in the world. Add all the others, police, fire, mountain rescue, RNLI etc then you get a big chunk of society. That big chunk of society gives you a bigger market share, your stats look better with more customers. Maybe they are just that shallow? But who cares? The discount covers pretty much EVERYTHING I the store ... Even ALCOHOL :) What's not great about that?

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