Check out who is providing items and services for FREE for the front line healthcare workers and first responders. Be sure to share this list with someone that you know that would benefit from the information!
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Adidas – For a limited time, Adidas.com is giving first responders, nurses, medical professionals, and military members 40% off their purchase – valid on your entire purchase! This discount does work on sale items, but will take the 40% off the original, NOT the current sale price. (So if something is on sale for MORE than 40% off – save it for a separate purchase without the discount!)
Airbnb – Airbnb is going to provide 100,000 healthcare professionals, relief workers, and first responders with safe, clean, and convenient places to stay for free.
AMF Lanes – AMF Lanes is offering First Responders a FREE Game of Bowling! To claim this promotion, mention it at the front desk and present a valid ID at time of purchase. This is only valid at select locations. Click here to check locations. Valid open to close 7 days a week. Valid for one (1) free game of bowling (excluding shoes) for one (1) guest who is an active first responder.
Carhartt – Carhartt is giving all doctors, nurses, healthcare workers, first responders and active military members 25% off both in store (with ID) and online when verified with ID.me.
Dollar General – 10% off for healthcare workers, first responders and military with ID every day. (in store only)
FitFlop – save 40% off at Fitflop.com! Also includes “hospital employees” – which I assume includes those outside of providing healthcare like administrative, janitorial, and others. You will have to go through Id.Me to verify. Scroll to the bottom of the main page to find the pink verify button.
Home Chef – Home Chef is offering a discount for Doctors, Nurses, Hospital Employees, First Responders, Military and Teachers. Verify with ID.me at checkout to start receiving your exclusive discount!
IHOP – 20% off your entire check if you’re a medical, law enforcement, military and firefighter professional. Just mention this offer when you call in your order to IHOP. Show your Official ID when you pick up your order.
L.L. Bean – giving medical professionals in the United States a 15% discount*. Use this discount to purchase thousands of full-price and sale items online or over the phone. This discount is available to all medical professionals, including doctors, nurses, technicians, medical researchers, hospital workers and other professionals in the medical field.
Lululemon – Lululemon offers a 25% discount to active North American military members, military spouses, and active emergency first responders. A valid government ID must be shown at the time of purchase. At this time, this discount is available in-store only.
Merrill – offering an additional 30% off of select product on top of the current 20% discount off all product for all medical workers.
Office Depot and OfficeMax – Members of the National Student Nurses’ Associations can get up to 75% off their online purchase at Office Depot and OfficeMax.
Otterbox – 40% off for frontliners. Email at firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject line “OtterBox Front-liners” and include the following: Your full name, What country you live in, Job industry, Company name, Job title, Attached photo of your work badge or name tag
PUMA – At PUMA.com, DOCTORS, NURSES AND FIRST RESPONDERS take 20% off for a limited time. Active and veteran military personnel, teachers and other qualified members always take an additional 10% off.
Reebok – Medical & hospital workers, first responders, government employees and teachers get 50% off at Reebok! Active military, veterans and dependents can qualify for Reebok’s military discount. Law enforcement officers, firefighters, EMTs, and 911 dispatchers can qualify for the first responders discount
Shoes.com – Healthcare workers and first responders can save 30% off their purchase at Shoes.com!
The North Face – The North Face is giving a 50% discount to first responders in the United States. This discount can be used for the purchase of certain non-sale items on thenorthface.com and at The North Face-owned retail stores in the United States. During this same period we will also be offering these individuals a 10% discount on non-clearance items at our outlet stores in the United States. Verify your first responder status here. Offer valid until December 31, 2020!!
Timberland – Timberland is giving a 50% discount to U.S. healthcare workers and first responders through June 30, 2020.
Ulta Beauty – Healthcare workers can head to Ulta for half off haircuts! Present your ID badge for your discount. All services will require an appointment to be seen and customers will be required to wear a face covering during their service.
Under Armour – Under Armour is offering 40% off their ENTIRE site for first responders, healthcare workers, military, teachers and their families. Plus, shipping is FREE on all orders! To score this discount, you must verify your identity through ID.me by clicking the “Apply a Promo Code or Discount” button at checkout. Then choose your verification – teachers should also choose Responder ID. Click here for all the information!
Untuckit – UntuckIt is offering a NEW DEAL! Save 25% off select UNTUCKit apparel and accessories for military members, veterans, first responders, students, and teachers.
Vineyard Vines – Vineyard Vines is giving a 15% off discount to nurses, doctors, and medical professionals!
Walmart/Snickers – Through August 31st or while supplies last, Snickers is giving a FREE Snickers (in the form of a $1 gift card) to essential workers, including health-care workers, grocery cashiers, truck drivers, first responders, factory workers, etc. Go here, enter your name and the name of the essential worker and they will score a FREE $1 Walmart gift card via text. Use this gift card either in-store or online to score a free single Snickers bar or any other item at Walmart (and this gift card will not expire).
Wawa – All health care workers and first responders will be able to grab free coffee to fuel them during their shifts during the pandemic. You will probably need your healthcare ID to get this. Wawa stores are closed between 2am and 3am for cleaning.