We cannot say enough how much we appreciate all you do for our residents and for each other. You are a healthcare hero, and we aren’t the only ones who think so! Below you will find a variety of companies who are showing their appreciation for healthcare workers through promotions and discounts. Some of these are limited time or quantity offers, so don’t delay! If you find an offer you would like to share, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Nurses, medical professionals, first responders, and military can receive a 40% discount over at Adidas. Verify with ID.me to receive your discount.
Asics is offering 60% off all full-priced products in their online store to medical professionals and first responders. Register and follow the directions on their webpage to receive this deal.
Medical professionals and nurses can get an exclusive 50% off code on 1 pair of shoes
Every day at 12 p.m. ET, Crocs is giving away free pairs of Crocs. However, there’s a daily limit.
Danform Shoes is offering a 20% discount off footwear to healthcare professionals including nurses, doctors, and medical workers across the country. Offer applies to online sales only during store closure. Use code SUPERHERO20 at checkout.
Get 30 percent off scrubs with code: FRONTLINES. Medelita was founded by a PA and complies with CDC guidelines (can be washed in the hottest temperature every single day and not lose durability), and the products have a 365-day warranty.
For a limited time, Nike has increased its U.S. first responder and medical professional discount to 20% off. Verify your status on their webpage to receive your discount code.
The North Face
Health care workers in the United States get a 50% discount. This can be used for the purchase of non-sale items on thenorthface.com and at The North Face–owned retail stores in the United States. Health care workers can also get a 10% discount on non-clearance items at our outlet stores in the United States. Lean more.
When: April 14, 2020, to December 31, 2020
Verified nurses, first responders, teachers, military personnel, and government employees can receive a 50% discount at Reebok. Verify with ID.me to get started.
Right now, Under Armour is recognizing those on the front lines by offering a 40% off discount for military members, first responders, health care workers and teachers. Just choose Military and First Responder Discount at checkout to get your discount.
FOOD & RETAIL
Bath & Body Works
The deal: Shop hand soaps on sale for 4/$20 or 6/$26 and combine that with 3% cash back at Bath & Body Works. Note: The 3% cash back offer is only available in the free RetailMeNot app.
When: Through April 30
Retail company Big Lots is offering a 15% discount off everything for medical professionals, first responders, and active military/veterans. Just show your badge or work/military ID or use code BIGHEROES online. Offer good through April 30.
BJ’s Wholesale Club is introducing a dedicated shopping hour for healthcare workers and first responders. Starting April 19, these individuals can shop every Sunday from 8am-9am – no membership required. BJ’s is also offering a free 4-month membership to healthcare workers and first responders. Show your badge/ID to take advantage of these offers.
The deal: First responders and health care workers can get a free coffee, tea, or Polar Pop Fountain Drink when they show an ID. Learn more.
When: Through April 30
The bulk goods warehouse store Costco is temporarily offering priority access to members who are healthcare workers and first responders. Just present your Costco membership card and official identification of your role to move to the front of the line.
Dollar General is offering a 10% discount on purchases made by all medical personnel, first responders and activated members of the National Guard. Present your employment badge or ID at the more than 16,300 stores to receive the discount.
Get 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. Then, show your Official ID when you pick up your order.
Every Monday, Krispy Kreme will give free donuts to health care workers. “Just go to a Krispy Kreme drive-thru, tell us what you need, and show us your employer badge. That’s it. Pick up some free dozens on the way to work for you and your colleagues, or maybe a free dozen on your way home to family after a long shift.”
When: Through May 12
Right now, all medical professionals, first responders, military personnel and teachers can get 40% off their entire order at Lovesac.com, which sells modular sectionals and bean bag chairs.
The restaurant chain will begin serving Thank You Meals (special Happy Meals) to first responders, health care workers and police officers on Wednesday, April 22. Customers who are eligible for the promotion will be able to get:
Breakfast- A choice of an Egg McMuffin®, Chicken McGriddles® or a Bacon, Egg and Cheese Biscuit. All options come with any size soft drink, tea or hot coffee and a Hash Brown.
Lunch and Dinner- A choice of a Double Cheeseburger, 6-Piece Chicken McNuggets® or a Filet-O-Fish® will be offered. All options come with any size soft drink, tea or hot coffee and small fries.
When: Through May 5
Mattress company Purple is offering a special 10% discount to healthcare workers – check the link to see who is eligible…many healthcare professions are included! Verify your eligibility through the link on their site to receive your discount.
Bulk goods clubhouse Sam’s Club has announced that starting on April 19, it will implement “Hero Hours” for healthcare workers and first responders, which will take place every Sunday from 8am-10am. No membership will be required for Hero Hours and Sam’s Club will provide masks to wear in-store. Please note that spouses and other family members or guests will not be allowed in the store for Hero Hours.
Starbucks has announced that, “any customer who identifies as a first responder or frontline worker supporting our health care system” can get a free hot or cold tall brewed coffee on each visit.
When: Through May 3
Steak ‘N Shake
Get a free order of fries through the drive thru only, at participating locations. Limit one per customer per visit. No purchase required.
Tuft & Needle Mattress & Bedding
Tuft & Needle is providing first responders and the military with 15% off their purchase.
Walgreens announced that it is designating April 25 as “Frontline Heroes Discount Day,” and will give first responders, police and medical personnel 30% off regularly-priced Walgreens brands and 20% off regularly priced national brand products.
When: April 25
Frontline healthcare workers can receive a free month of premium access to Care.com services to get help with caring for children, elderly parents, and pets. This includes unlimited messaging with caregivers.
Nursing.com has rolled out a series of services to support students and educators impacted by COVID-19 closures. Nursing students can take advantage of a 36% discount plus a 7-day free trial to Nursing Student Academy, which includes video lessons, nursing cheat sheets, NCLEX test prep questions, 3D anatomy models, and much more. Valid for new sign-ups through May 15. Students can also access the free Nursing Clinical 360 Course as well as the IV Insertion Course through May 15 – no account required (nurse educators can also get their students access to Nursing Clinical 360 by signing up on the site).
Tide is offering free laundry services and dry cleaning to the families (defined as ‘next of kin’ e.g. same household/address) of frontline responders including nurses, doctors, paramedics, hospital/medical staff, medical researchers, police officers, and firefighters. The offer is good in participating cities through May 9. See the link for more details.
TRAVEL & COMMUNICATION
AAA is offering free Roadside Assistance services to medical personnel and first responders. These individuals can receive help with vehicle breakdowns, battery problems, or flat tires by calling 1-800-400-4222. PLEASE NOTE: may not be available in every state. Contact AAA for more details.
AT&T is offering three months of free wireless service for frontline nurses and physicians nationwide on the FirstNet network. First responders can get 25% off their current wireless plan, or a reduced monthly rate when they apply for an AT&T Unlimited Starter plan.
BP is offering a discount of 50 cents off per gallon for first responders and health care workers when they fill up at BP or Amoco gas stations in the U.S. To obtain the discount, first responders and health care workers need to visit bp.com/localheroes to verify their identity and will then receive a discount code via text or email that they can enter at the pump.
When: until April 30
Firestone Complete Auto Care
Firestone Complete Auto Care locations are offering a 50% discount on oil changes for essential service providers, including medical professionals, caregivers, first responders, military, grocery store employees, and food delivery services. This offer is good through April 30.
Hilton Hotels, in collaboration with American Express, is donating up to 1 million free hotel room nights across the U.S. to nurses, doctors, EMTs, paramedics, and other frontline healthcare staff who may need a place to sleep or isolate from their families during this pandemic. This offer will be good from April 13 until the end of May.
As of April 16, Mazda has implemented the Essential Car Care Program, providing free standard oil changes and enhanced cleaning services for U.S. healthcare workers at participating dealers nationwide. Note that this deal is NOT limited to Mazda owners, and makes and models from many other manufacturers are included. This offer is good through May 4.
OtterBox, makers of durable phone cases, is offering a special 40% discount to all frontline workers. Email email@example.com with subject line “OtterBox Front-liners” and include your full name, what country you live in, job industry, company name, job title, and photo of your work badge or nametag.
First responders or healthcare professional can receive free phone repair & employee discounts
Sprint is offering free expedited shipping, waived activation fees on Sprint.com, and Sprint Perks to healthcare workers on the front lines. See website for more details.
Uber Health will provide transportation for front-line health care workers, both to and from patients’ homes as well as between health care facilities, according to this news release. In the U.S., Uber is partnering with 1199SEIU, one of the country’s largest health care unions, to make sure their members can get to work. They’re also committing 300,000 free meals on Uber Eats to first responders and health care workers in the U.S. and Canada, 100,000 in London and 25,000 in Australia and New Zealand.
Starting April 23, for new or existing Verizon customers, Verizon will expand wireless unlimited pricing to nurses and teachers. Both join active-duty military, veterans and people who work as first responders who already enjoying this pricing. Wireless unlimited plans will be as low as $30/mo per line for four lines, and Fios 200Mbps internet as low as $34.99/mo. Since the start of the COVID-19 crisis, Verizon has committed $45 million in contributions and donations to non-profits directed at serving students, health care workers, first responders and small businesses.
If you need help navigating all this uncertainty, free 30-minute professional life coaching sessions are available to healthcare, small business, education, and nonprofit leaders and workers through Coaches4Good.
To keep your physical and mental health strong, Down Dog is offering all of its apps – Down Dog, Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre, and 7 Minute Workout – completely free for nurses, doctors, and other healthcare professionals through July 1. Fill out the form on the link to take advantage of this offer.
To help support health care professionals, Headspace is offering mindfulness content—from meditations to sleep and movement content—to listen to at any time for free. Sign up today.
Nurses House, a national fund for nurses in need, has established a special grant for RNs and LPNs who have been diagnosed with COVID-19, are caring for a family member who has COVID-19, or are on employer-mandated quarantine due to COVID-19 (excluding nurses who are furloughed due to workplace closure). The grant is open to nurses in the U.S. with a valid nursing license through July 31, 2020. Apply for the COVID-19 grant at the link on their webpage.
Supporti, the accountability partner app, is offering healthcare workers a free one month subscription. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org for a special code. Supporti users get matched one-on-one with a buddy for a week at a time and support each other every day towards daily actions, whether it’s daily meditation or staying hydrated.
Last updated: 4/22/20