Over the last few months, many companies have been offering special deals and discounts to healthcare workers and first responders, like firefighters, EMTs, and police officers. Many of the deals extend to teachers and other essential workers as well.
If you’ve been involved in helping combat COVID-19, take a look this list and see which deals you might be able to take advantage of!
Many of these discounts do require verification and proof of eligibility, so be sure to read the small print for each. Additionally, this list is not comprehensive of all deals being offered right.
Current Discounts Available
AT&T: three months of free service for first responders
Allbirds: offering a few discounts on shoes, and if you yourself are not in need of any, you can donate a pair to a healthcare worker for $60.
Asics: 60% off full-priced shoes through their medical professionals and first responders program.
Crocs: Free shoes and shipping, while supplies last
Honda: $500 toward any Honda model from 2019 – current.
PUMA: 20% off for healthcare workers, 10% off for “Everyday Champions” like military personnel and teachers
Nike: 20% off most of Nike’s website (note, the discount can be used up to four times in one month)
Reebok: Half off your purchase if you are a first responder, teacher, nurse or military personnel
Starbucks: Starbucks has been giving out free tall coffees and will continue to do so until the end of this month
Samsung: 30% off products until the end of June
Theragun: The popular Theragun is offering 20% off any Theragun device to military, veterans, medical professionals, and first responders
Under Armour: 40% off purchases for first responders, healthcare professionals and educators.
Verizon Wireless: $30 Unlimited Plans for first responders
Vineyard Vines: 15% off your order if you are a medical worker
Yeti: 30% off Yeti products
Know of any other companies providing discounts? Let us know in the comments.
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