Out with the old, in with the Ode.
Have you heard the great news? The Ode card from Health Service Discounts is here. It’s the cashback card that works as hard as you do.
From your weekly shop, monthly bills, to unique days out and the latest fashion, earn cashback when shopping with the Ode card.
With the Ode card, healthcare workers and NHS staff can earn up to 12% cashback when shopping at qualifying retailers. You give at work, so why not start winning at life with Ode?
It’s an Ode to you, our members.
Who is eligible for the Health Service Discounts Ode card?
The Ode card from Health Service Discounts is available to all NHS staff and those who work in the health sector.
Unfortunately, the Ode card is not available to retired members at this time. This is due to pre-existing supplier agreements. Please note that we are working hard to include retired members in the near future.
How to sign up for the Ode card
Signing up for the Ode card couldn’t be easier. All you need is a current work email address to verify that you are a healthcare worker.
If you do not have a work email address but currently work in the health sector, please contact your HR or IT department to obtain one – that way you can sign up and start earning cashback with an Ode card.
How to earn cashback
Earning cash back with the Ode card couldn’t be easier. After receiving and completing the registration process, all you need to do is ensure the card is topped up with funds. Then, simply shop at a qualifying retailer and earn up to 12% cashback.
You can use the Ode card anywhere that displays the Visa Prepaid® acceptance mark, and just like a Visa Prepaid Debit card, the Ode card can be used both online and in-store. The only difference is you can earn cashback at the stores you love.
The Spree App
With the Spree App, managing your Ode card couldn’t be easier. The Spree app allows you to check your balance, check cashback earned, top up your Ode card, and monitor your monthly and yearly savings. Plus you can request a PIN code reminder in case you’re feeling a little forgetful (it happens to the best of us).