May 6, 2020

Nurses Week Freebies and Discounts

With restaurants and stores already showing their appreciation towards nurses and healthcare workers as the frontliners of the COVID-19 pandemic, locations across the country are showing some extra love for National Nurses Week from May 6-12, 2020.

We've compiled a list of some of our favorite offers:

PRODUCTS:

  • Adidas: Medical professionals, first responders, nurses and military members are eligible for a 40 percent discount. In order to receive the coupon, first responders to the virus are required to verify their employment through�ID.me.
  • BlanQuil, makers of weighted blankets, are offering a 50% discount to healthcare workers, first responders, and military service members. Complete the verification on their webpage to receive your discount.
  • Crocs is offering 10,000 free pairs of shoes a day to health care workers. To request a free pair, the shoemaker opens a�virtual waiting room�at 12 p.m. ET every day. Once the event begins everyone online receives a random place in the queue as long as you enter before 12 p.m.
  • Nike: Eligible medical professionals and first responders in the U.S. can get a 20% off discount through Nike's online store.
  • The North Face outdoor recreation company is giving healthcare workers a 50 percent discount�on non-clearance items until the end of the year. In addition, a 10 percent discount will be offered to health care workers at any of their outlet stores. To receive the discount, workers will need to verify their�status.
  • Skechers: Nurses and essential workers get�30% off shoes, free shipping and free returns through May 31.

FOOD/DRINK:

  • Checkers & Rally's: Uniformed medical workers and first responders are eligible for a free small combo at any of the company's 250 locations.
  • Chipotle: As part of their 4HEROES burrito donation program, Chipotle will allow medical facilities to request free burritos beginning May 6 at 6 a.m. PT on their website.
  • Cinnabon�traditionally offers�a free cinnamon roll at participating bakeries to nurses. The company partners with the DAISY Foundation, which recognizes�the exceptional work that nurses do for patients and families every day.�
  • Circle K:Free coffee and tea are available to first responders, health care workers and to their store employees. Those who wish to take advantage of the offer must show a valid ID.
  • On May 6,�Dunkin' Donuts will offer a free medium hot or iced coffee with a donut for nurses and healthcare professionals while supplies last.
  • Jet's Pizza: On May 6, nurses and health care workers can get 30% off menu-priced pizzas with code BADGE. Must show a valid ID upon delivery or pickup.
  • Krispy Kreme is providing the medical community with�free dozens of glazed doughnuts. On every Monday through Nurses Week, medical workers can show their employer badge to receive free doughnuts through the Krispy Kreme drive-thru.
  • Outback Steakhouse: A 10% off discount is available to nurses, doctors and medical staff, first responders and military. Plus delivery is free for a limited time.�A valid medical, state or federal service ID is required.
  • Snickers: Coupons for free Snickers bars are available for essential workers, who may validate the coupons at a Walmart.
  • Starbucks has extended its program offering free coffee to anyone who identifies as a first responder through the end of May. The drink must be a tall hot or iced brewed coffee.

OTHER:

  • BP and Amoco gas stations are offering a 50 cent per gallon, single-use discount for first responders, doctors, nurses, and hospital workers. Qualified individuals are required to verify their employment and identify with ID.me. The discount codes will expire on May 31.

Stay tuned for more Nurses Week updates and thank you to all for your service!

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