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Great Discounts & Deals for Healthcare Workers and First Responders

 

Emergency medical personnel and healthcare professionals have been one of the hardest hit industries dealing with the global pandemic. Many are working long, exhausting hours and risking their lives on the frontlines day after day as they help others in need. And if you are one of the many that fall into this line of duty, then you should know – it doesn’t go unnoticed.

Since the start of the pandemic, nearly a year ago, many companies have put forth an effort to help essential workers by offering exclusive deals and discounts for people working on the frontline of the pandemic. If you’re a healthcare worker or an emergency medical worker, many brands, companies and organizations have created discounts and deals on a number of items, such as shoes and athletic apparel, which provides comfortable and supportive clothing that’s required for workers that are on their feet all day. These deals don’t just stop on clothing and comfortable shoes. From having a great deal on your cell phone to getting a matching handbag for your outfit, retailers are creating unique deals for you.

Here are a few great deals and discounts for emergency medical personnel and healthcare workers:

Adidas

Medical professionals, first responders and nurses, as well as military members and teachers can receive 30% off; In order to redeem the discount, you must be able to verify your profession.

Asics

40% off full-priced products for all medical professionals, as well as first responders and active duty military personnel in the U.S. To receive this discount, you must create and complete a SheerID that can give proof of your employment. After setting up your account, you’ll receive a one-time promo code that you can use that during checkout.

Bose

Bose believes that its audio products can provide peace & quiet between shifts and clearer communication with staff. Bose is providing a special discount on orders of $199 or more that is available for nurses, doctors, medical providers, first responders and firefighters. In order to apply for this discount, add the desired products to your cart, verify your eligibility and the offer will automatically be applied to your cart.

Helly Hansen

After confirming your eligibility and getting your unique discount code, all U.S. healthcare professionals can receive 50% off Helly Hansen items. The one-time discount code is only valid until March 31, 2021.

Levi’s

First responders and medical professionals can receive 25% off on all Levi’s apparel. In order to receive this special, you must be able to verify your medical or first responder status.

L.L. Bean

A 15% discount can be applied to purchases for all medical professionals, including doctors, nurses, technicians, medical researchers, hospital workers and other professionals working in the field. You will have to provide proof of licensed medical status via SheerID, and you will be provided the promo code once you are verified.

Madewell

First responders and medical professionals, as well as military personnel can receive 15% off online and in stores; to claim your discount you must go through three steps that include: signing in or signing up for an account, verifying your status and then once you are verified, your discount will be valid for one calendar year and applied to eligible items in your bag with no promo code needed.

Nike

Nike offers 20% off for first responders and medical professionals; In order to qualify for the discount, you must verify your status by completing a verification form and uploading documents indicating your status via SheerID. After approved verification, Nike will send you a single-use promo code for most items selected in your cart. You will then need to be logged into your Nike Member Profile to redeem the discount.

Puma

Doctors, nurses and first responders qualify for a 20% discount when shopping for Puma items; you must be able to verify your license status when applying for the discount.

Reebok

With what Reebok calls the “Heros Discount,” medical and hospital workers, first responders, military, government employees and even teachers qualify for a 30% discount. In order to receive the discount, you must be able to verify your profession.

Samsung

Samsung offers a “Frontline Discount Program” that offers up to 30% off select products for firefighters, police, paramedics, EMTs and medical professionals.

Theragun

To show appreciation to EMTs, firefighters, law enforcement and medical professionals, Theragun is offering a 20% off discount off a single regularly priced Theragun device or TheraOne CBD product. When checking out, a quick identification verification is required through ID.me. Once you are verified, the discount will be automatically applied to your cart.

Tuft & Needle

Both first responders and healthcare professionals can receive 15% discounts on Tuft & Needle items; to receive the discount, you must verify identity.

Under Armour

For a limited time, Under Armour has increased their military and first responder discount to 20% off; this includes police, firefighters, doctors, nurses and EMTs; you must be able to have your credentials verified before receiving your offer.

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Verizon Wireless

As part of an initiative towards “Putting first responders first,” Verizon Wireless will let you receive Unlimited plans from $60 a line per month with four lines for firefighters, police, EMS workers, retirees, volunteers and immediate family of those fallen in the line of duty.

Yeti

Yeti is offering special discounts to all military members and veterans, first responders, nurses and government officials that can verify their profession through ID.me.

The next time you are shopping online or in the store for yourself, remember that many retailers carry great deals and discounts for those that are able to prove themselves eligible. Most businesses will require you to confirm your profession in order to receive the discount. This typically means you will have to upload a valid form of identification and/or proof of enrollment/employment by using a third-party verification service. But either way, it’s a great way to save some money.

While this list may be long, there are still many deals and discounts out there happening all the time. So, the next time you are ordering food, shopping for more comfortable shoes or looking for a new cell phone carrier for you and/or your family, try asking during checkout if they offer any deals for your profession. It may surprise you how many businesses provide these types of discounts.

Doctors, nurses, technicians, police officers, firefighters, EMTs, and other frontline medical workers work tirelessly to help their communities around the globe. And to add, a global pandemic to the top of that makes it even tougher. Many companies offer these deals as a way to say thank you for the endless efforts in helping those around you. We are living in unprecedented times, and as such, we may need to take care of ourselves a little extra. But that shouldn’t mean we should break the bank when we go shopping or decide on some new shoes. Continue to keep an eye out for companies announcing more deals and discounts for healthcare workers and first responders throughout the year since some might be offered as a seasonal gift or for a limited time offer. You never know when a great deal might strike.