Black Circles 15% off tyres for NHS workers
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Black Circles 15% off tyres for NHS workers

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Expires on 30/06/2020Posted 30th Apr
A nice offer if you need tyres and work for the NHS


NHS Staff Discount
To support NHS workers we’re providing a 15% discount on eligible tyres

This is our way of saying thank you to our fantastic NHS and the staff who are working tirelessly throughout this difficult period.

Tyres are essential for keeping NHS staff mobile and on the roads - allowing them to get to work to continue their outstanding dedication to looking after the nation.

So we are providing NHS workers with 15% off Avon, Michelin, Kumho, Yokohama and Nankang tyres.

How the NHS staff discount works

1. Email nhs@blackcircles.com with the subject line ‘NHS’ from your personal email address. Please provide proof of employment with the NHS in your email and your car registration number.

2. A member of the Blackcircles.com customer service team will reply with your unique discount code.

3. Add a set of qualifying tyres to your basket and use your unique discount code to receive 15% off the price of your tyres.
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Here we go again. The what about thread strikes again.

Good offer though.
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Nice will use this thanks
Here we go again. The what about thread strikes again.

Good offer though.
On the t&C's says a "set " of tyres, so not a single tyre but two or four only ?
Here before we see:
"What about other staff, NHS dance around on tiktok".

I love you NHS btw.
Have to say tyre prices seem to have risen...even with the 15% discount the deal doesn't seem that good for my tyre size...especially when you add on the cost of fitting...
Asda Tyres are cheaper and nhs staff get extra 10% off
gmlow30/04/2020 19:35

Asda Tyres are cheaper and nhs staff get extra 10% off


I was cheaper using the codes asdatyres supplied for specific tyres rather than 10%
No Goodyear, no Continental no Dunlop....

"Discount of 15% available on Avon, Michelin, Kumho, Yokohama and Nankang tyres only. 4. Discount is on cost of tyres only and exclude fitting, balancing, valves and disposal on fully fitted purchases and the cost of delivery for mail order purchases".

Still not cold though, just not blazing hot.
Some of the more popular tyre sizes will be cheaper like 205/55/16. Larger tyres I suspect will still be expensive. I do think they should be fitted at the 15% off though. At least it is something though I suppose.
John.Constantine30/04/2020 19:31

Have to say tyre prices seem to have risen...even with the 15% discount …Have to say tyre prices seem to have risen...even with the 15% discount the deal doesn't seem that good for my tyre size...especially when you add on the cost of fitting...


Yea they go up slightly each year. That's inflation for ya...
mrjh30/04/2020 22:06

Some of the more popular tyre sizes will be cheaper like 205/55/16. Larger …Some of the more popular tyre sizes will be cheaper like 205/55/16. Larger tyres I suspect will still be expensive. I do think they should be fitted at the 15% off though. At least it is something though I suppose.




I was £25 for a puncture repair, new valve and balance at ATS Euromaster the other day. I left thinking it was expensive but then when you think about it there is a fair bit of effort to get the car in, jacked up, wheel off, wheel rim/seal tided up, tyre repaired, balanced and back on. I guess there are sizeable overheads for the garage, tools and of course wages. I guess the same £20-30 current day fitting cost is factored in on the new tyre costs. Every company still needs to make money.
Edited by: "DavidEmm" 5th May
DavidEmm05/05/2020 20:56

I was £25 for a puncture repair, new valve and balance at ATS Euromaster …I was £25 for a puncture repair, new valve and balance at ATS Euromaster the other day. I left thinking it was expensive but then when you think about it there is a fair bit of effort to get the car in, jacked up, wheel off, wheel rim/seal tided up, tyre repaired, balanced and back on. I guess there are sizeable overheads for the garage, tools and of course wages. I guess the same £20-30 current day fitting cost is factored in on the new tyre costs. Every company still needs to make money.


You are not wrong there sir. 🏽
Just had an absolute disaster with black circles. Paid with paypal, paypal authorized, black circles said no record. Spent all morning chasing up, cancelled, then black circles took £400 again without telling me.
Edited by: "BenRC" 20th May
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