As always, we’ve been crazy-busy working hard to secure the hottest new discounts for NHS staff this summer.

This time of year can be expensive with summer holidays, weddings to attend and plenty of beer gardens to sample! It’s always helpful to save a few pounds here and there, and the way we see it, you deserve it more than most.

We’ve put together our hottest new discounts for healthcare workers this July to help you save some money towards something special this summer.

1) Butlin’s

Butlins NHS Discount

Looking for a family holiday that you won’t forget in a hurry? Butlin’s has it all, it’s jam-packed with fun and plenty of excitement for all the family to enjoy, unwind and make some special memories. Being a Health Service Discounts member you can save up to 40% on all 2017 and 2018 bookings, plus an extra £20 NHS discount.

 

2) Energy switch

The NHS Energy Switch is now open and our team has secured the UK’s cheapest ‘Big 6’ energy deal for our members. You can save £277* on your energy bills with our free, no-hassle switching service. Just think what you could spend all that money on instead!

 

3) Joules

Joules NHS Discount

Joules has an impressive range of premium lifestyle clothing, accessories and homeware and guess what…? They have a huge sale on right now! Get up to 50% off sale items and NHS staff can get 15% off full price items.

 

4) Lovehoney

Spice up your private life this summer and take your pick from Lovehoney’s vast array of high-quality adult products. You can get loads of money off your favourite products in the up to 50% off sale, plus an exclusive 20% off for NHS staff.

 

5) Clarks

Clarks NHS Discount

Is it about time you treated yourself to some new shoes? We thought so! Make the most of Clarks’ Summer Sale and get up to 50% off stylish footwear, plus NHS staff can get 10% off full price items.

Register today

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