Many organisations are offering NHS staff discounts and support, to show their recognition for the amazing work you are all doing during the Coronavirus outbreak. You’ll need to show your NHS ID Card at checkout to take advantage of these special offers.
Free Breakdown Service for NHS staff (whether you are a member or not)
50% discount on delivery orders to any NHS hospital, surgery, clinic or care home
10% off in store for NHS staff
Providing free meals to NHS staff via waiting list system
Deliveroo is delivering 500,000 free meals to NHS workers to thank them
DG Cars Nottingham
Free bread and milk for NHS staff and elderly
Free medium pizza, delivery only
Get 25% off takeout and delivery
50% off food to NHS workers at locations that remain open for takeaway
50% discount to NHS workers, restaurants also now selling supermarket supplies
30% off food box and ready meal deliveries
Pets at Home
NHS employees get a 10% discount, anytime priority checkout and
50% discount on takeaway orders
Holding a free concert for NHS staff at Manchester Arena 28th October 2020
Free rides and meals for NHS staff
Yard Sale Pizza
50% off collection, 25% off delivery for NHS staff
50% off all food orders.
Supermarket Priority Shopping
Most supermarkets are now allowing NHS staff to shop in their stores before the general public. Again, you'll need to show your NHS ID card to gain entry.
All emergency workers, including the NHS, can visit Aldi stores for dedicated browsing time every Sunday, 30 minutes prior to the store opening time, meaning they will have priority of stock, and will be able to purchase products as the store opens.
Asda are prioritising NHS/care workers in larger stores every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8am to 9am.
Co-Op have extending opening hours for NHS staff; 8am to 9am Monday to Saturday and from 10am to 11am on Sundays in all stores.
Lidl has not announced any dedicated shopping hours but they are working in partnership with Royal Voluntary Service to donate thousands of fresh fruit and vegetable bags to hospital sites across the country, and into the hands of frontline health workers.
NHS workers will be given priority access to M&S shelves on the first hour of Tuesday and Fridays.
Morrisons have 1 hour from 7am to 8am, Monday to Saturday for NHS workers to shop.
NHS and social care workers will be able to shop in Sainsburys supermarkets for half an hour before they open, from Monday to Saturday, 7:30 to 8:00.
Tesco have added an additional hour to prioritise NHS workers every Tuesday and Thursday, along with browsing hour before checkouts open on Sundays.
The first opening hour in Waitrose supermarkets is dedicated to our elderly and vulnerable shoppers, as well as those who look after them.