Nurses Week Freebies

FOOD:

Chipotle: Healthcare workers can get a free burrito starting on May 6. Eligibility requirements are available on Chipotle’s offer website.

Krispy Kreme: First responders can get free dozens every Monday from March 30 through May 11. Just go to a Krispy Kreme drive-thru, show your employer badge and collect your doughnuts.

McDonald’s: Healthcare workers, police officers, firefighters and paramedics across the country can get free Thank You Meals from McDonald’s. The offer is available all day through May 5.

Mrs. Fields: Get 25% off the ‘Heroes Collection’ of cookie cakes and tins with the code NURSES. The code is valid through May 31st.

Snickers: Coupons for free Snickers bars are available for essential workers, who may validate the coupons at a Walmart. To send a coupon to an essential worker, customers can visit sendasnickersfromhome.com

Verb: Healthcare workers in all 50 states can text 415-915-8372 and get free Verb Bars delivered to their door.

Outback: A 10% off discount is available to nurses, doctors and medical staff, first responders and military. Plus delivery is free for a limited time. A valid medical, state or federal service ID is required.

Nando’s Peri-Peri: Any “nurse, doctor, or healthcare worker” who stops into a Nando’s with an ID or wearing a uniform gets free takeout.

Delta Sonic: Each Delta Sonic location with a brick oven will offer a free meal to “all doctors, nurses, EMTs, firefighters, and police officers with a valid ID.”

Steak ‘n Shake: Everyone can get a free order of fries in the “We Are All Essential” program. There’s no purchase necessary at all.

Pollo Campero: First responders and medical personnel can stop in for a totally free meal every day all month. Show up in uniform or flash your badge/ID to take advantage of the generous offer.

Insomnia Cookies: If you send out for a 12-pack of traditional cookies online, you’ll get a code that gives you a free six-pack of cookies to ship to anyone in the country who could use a little sweetness. Drop in the code “COOKIEMAGIC.” (Also, you can totally be the person you send those cookies to if you happen to be the person who’d benefit from some free cookies.)

Naf Naf Middle Eastern Grill: Naf Naf is offering first responders and active or retired military personnel a 15% discount on their order. You have to flash a valid ID and order in-store. (No catering orders.)

Taco Cabana: Get 50% off your order when you purchase while wearing a uniform or showing an ID. The discount does not apply to alcohol.

Home Chef: Nurses, doctors, hospital employees, and first responders who verify with ID.me at checkout will receive an exclusive discount.

Applebee’s: Medical professionals and healthcare workers will receive a 50% off discount on any food purchase during National Nurses Week and throughout the entire month of May.

Checkers and Rally’s: Offering free meals to medical workers and first responders at more than 250 company-owned locations across the nation. Just wear your uniform to receive a free small combo.

Friendly’s: Offering 10% off all takeout orders in the month of May to healthcare workers and first responders. Call your local restaurant to place your order and show a valid ID to receive your discount at pickup.

Genghis Grill: All healthcare workers and first responders can receive 20% off carryout orders anytime at Genghis Grill locations. Just present your medical badge or ID.

DRINKS/COFFEE:

Starbucks: The coffee giant is giving free coffee to customers who identify as a front line worker to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Sheetz: Nurses and first responders can get a free extra kick of coffee with Sheetz’s new offer. Hospital workers, police officers, firefighters and paramedics can get the freebie through June 1, 2020 at locations across the country.

Circle K: Free coffee and tea is available to first responders, healthcare workers and to their store employees. Those who wish to take advantage of the offer must show a valid ID.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf: The coffee chain is treating all healthcare workers to a free brewed coffee of any size or any tea. Eligible clients can also have $1 off any specialty beverages.

Dunkin’: Healthcare workers craving Dunkin’ can get a free medium hot or iced coffee and a free doughnut when visiting operating locations on May 6. There is no purchase necessary to get this offer.

Cumberland Farms: The convenience chain is offering free coffee to people helping battle the COVID-19 outbreak. People who can grab a free coffee any day of the week include “healthcare workers, first responders, and military personnel including police officers, firefighters, active military, paramedics, doctors, nurses, hospital and medical staff, and medical researchers.”

Tropical Smoothie Café: Medical professionals and first responders can contact their local Tropical Smoothie shop to have free smoothies delivered to your team.

Juice It Up!: Healthcare workers can snag a free Medium Classic Smoothie of their choice with a valid medical ID on May 11th.

Bojangles’: Giving away any size of its Legendary Iced Tea to healthcare workers, first responders, and law enforcement with no purchase necessary. Just show your credentials to receive this deal. Offer is good through National Iced Tea Day on June 10.

Thorntons: These gas station locations are giving away free 16 oz. coffees/cappuccinos or 20 oz. fountain drinks to first responders and medical personnel with valid ID.

SHOES/CLOTHING:

Adidas: The shoe brand is offering 40% off purchases on their website for verified medical professionals, first responders, nurses and military members. Eligible customers can verify their IDs by visiting adidas.com/us/discount-programs

Crocs: Free shoes are available for heath care workers every day on Crocs’ website at 12 p.m. ET. The freebie is available through the offer website.

Nike: Eligible medical professionals and first responders in the U.S. can get a 20% off discount through Nike’s online store. Customers can receive the discount by visiting nike.com/help/a/first-responder-discount

The North Face: From April 14 to Dec. 31 North Face is offering a 50% discount to healthcare workers in the U.S. To verify eligibility, healthcare workers can visit the offer page. 

Skechers: Offering a 30% discount on shoes for nurses and other essential workers through May 31.

Vineyard Vines: All medical professionals are eligible to apply for the 50% discount. Visit the store’s website for details starting May 6.

Bearpaw: Footwear company Bearpaw will be giving out 1,000 pairs of slippers to thank healthcare workers. Nominations end on May 25.

Care.com: 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.

FJOLK Shoes: Any healthcare worker on the COVID-19 frontlines can receive a free pair of shoes from FJOLK. Email together@fjolk.com for a pair of shoes from the FJOLK community.

Asics: Offering 60% off all full-priced products in their online store to medical professionals and first responders.

Puma: Offering a 20% discount to nurses, doctors, and first responders.

Reebok: Verified nurses, first responders, teachers, military personnel, and government employees can receive a 50% discount. Verify with ID.me to get started.

Rothy’s: Offering a one-time 50% off code to first responders and medical personnel including nurses, doctors, and hospital staff. Code is valid on select styles and limited to one item per order. Verify eligibility and claim your code by May 31.

Saucony: Providing a 20% discount to nurses, first responders, military, teachers, and students.

Sperry: Offering a 15% discount to nurses, first responders, military, students, and teachers.

Under Armour: Offering a 40% discount to first responders and healthcare workers to include nurses, doctors, medical staff, police, firefighters, and EMT. To receive the discount, verify your eligibility with ID.me and choose Military and First Responder Discount at checkout.

LIFESTYLE:

Academy Sports + Outdoors: For National Nurses Week and Memorial Day, first responders, healthcare professionals and veterans can get 10% off in-store and online from May 4 through May 25.

H&R Block: Medical professionals and first responders in the U.S can file both federal and state tax returns for free using H&R Block’s Tax Pro Go. The offer is available for the month of May.

Talkspace: A free month of therapy for doctors, nurses, social workers and front line workers is available through Talkspace. To access this benefit, register with an NPI and/or work badge after downloading the Talkspace app.

BP/Amoco Gas: Fill up the tank at 50 cents off per gallon with this one-time deal for nurses from BP. They’ll issue you a code that’s good for discounted gas on your next fill-up.

Amazon Kindle: Amazon is offering a selection of free Kindle books for nurses.

AAA: 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: Announced that it will be offering nurses and physicians 3 free months on their FirstNet Mobile – Responder plan. Nurses and physicians already on the FirstNet plan will automatically receive a 3-month service credit on a smartphone or tablet line of service. Starting April 13, new nurse and physician subscribers are eligible for 3 free months of service, plus a $200 activation credit when activating a new FirstNet Ready smartphone on a new FirstNet Mobile – Responder plan.

Cub Cadet: Cub Cadet has partnered with TaskEasy to provide one month of free lawn service to nurses, doctors, and first responders on the COVID frontlines. Verify your status to get started. Applications are on a first-come, first-served basis through June 30 while supplies last.

European Wax Center: Through July 31, frontline heroes can receive a free wax service from European Wax Center locations. Register on the link provided to receive a certificate to use when your local center reopens.

Trust & Will: Get the peace of mind of knowing that your will has been completed. Trust & Will, an online service providing legal forms, is offering a free individual or couple’s will (up to $129 value) to frontline healthcare workers. Follow the directions on their website to receive the special code.

Sittercity: Essential front-line healthcare workers can receive a free 3-month subscription to Sittercity Premium. Sittercity provides tools to help build a child care support network, including detailed sitter profiles, interview scheduling, background check options, and more.

1-800-Flowers: 15% off gifts for nurses during Nurses Week using code: NURSESXO

Big Lots: 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 May 31.

HSN: Nurses and teachers can take $10 off their first $20 purchase at HSN.

JanSport: Offering a 50% discount off backpacks, bags, and accessories to U.S. healthcare workers, first responders, and military members. Verify your status and find more details at their website. Offer is good through June 30.

Love Sac: This furniture company is offering 40% off Sacs and Sectionals to nurses, doctors, first responders, military, and teachers. This offer is good through May.

OtterBox: Offering a special 40% discount to all frontline workers. Email relief@otterproducts.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.

Take 5 Oil Change: Partnered with Castrol to offer a 50% discount on oil changes for medical professionals and first responders. This offer is good at any location in the US and Canada through May 23.

Tech21: Offering 60% off antimicrobial phone cases, tablet cases, and laptop cases to healthcare heroes. Email healthcare.hero@tech21.com with your work ID to receive the discount code.

Down Dog: 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 their website to take advantage of this offer.

Coaches4Good: 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.

HEALTHCARE:

FIGS: Because no one deserves it more than you right now… all week May 6-12 take 20% OFF! Also they are re-releasing the Mauve Scrubs and new “I am A Nurse” underscrubs.

EKO Health: The promo code NERDYNURSE will score you $20 off an EKO core digital stethoscope on their website.

American Nurses Association (ANA): Providing a free, on-demand webinar for RNs entitled “Be Confident Protecting Yourself and Providing the Best Care to Your Patients During this COVID-19 Pandemic”. Register for the 68-minute webinar on their website.

Barco: Barco is a healthcare apparel company that is offering to donate 10,000 scrubs each month for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic to professionals on the front lines. All you have to do is go to their website and request a donation (minimum of 50 sets required).

Medelita: Medical workers can receive a 30% discount on scrubs by using code FRONTLINES at checkout.

TRAVEL:

Airbnb: When you book a frontline stay, Airbnb will waive all their fees up to the first 100K responders invited to book until May 31, 2020.

Delta Airlines: Flying eligible medical volunteers round-trip for free to Georgia, Louisiana, and Michigan. Flights will be offered through June 30. More places are added weekly.

Greyhound: Offering 2 free one-way Road Rewards bus tickets to nurses, doctors, first responders, and morticians who are volunteering to help fight COVID-19 and need to travel to their volunteer site. Tickets must be issued and travel completed by May 31.

Hilton Hotels: In collaboration with American Express, Hilton 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 until the end of May.

JetBlue: Providing flights to help get medical workers and supplies to where they need to go to fight this pandemic.

Lyft Scooters: First responders, healthcare, and transit workers can take 30-minute Lyft scooter rides for free through the end of May. This offer is good in the following cities: Austin, Denver, Los Angeles, Metro DC, San Diego, and Santa Monica.

Marriott Hotels: In collaboration with American Express and JPMorgan Chase, Marriott started a new initiative called Rooms for Responders which will provide $10 million in hotel stays for doctors and nurses leading the fight against COVID-19. Hotel rooms will be provided in impacted areas including NYC, New Orleans, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Washington, D.C. and Newark, N.J. The American College of Emergency Physicians and the Emergency Nurses Association will help Marriott match doctors and nurses with free accommodations at participating hotels. In addition to this, Marriott has also launched the Community Caregiver Program to provide significantly discounted hotel rates to first responders and healthcare professionals who want to book hotel stays in close proximity to the hospitals they work in.

OYO Hotels: Offering free hotel room stays in the U.S. to nurses, doctors, and other medical first responders fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic. Valid, active medical ID required. Call (+1) 628-213-7020 (code: OYO4FIRSTRESPONDERS) to get a reservation for your nearest OYO.

Red Roof Inn: Through May 31, Red Roof Inn is donating a limited number of available rooms to first responders including nurses, doctors, firefighters, police, and emergency medical providers. Call a participating hotel directly to book. Red Roof Inn also always offers a 20% discount to first responders.

Spin Scooters: Spin is offering free 30-minute scooter rides and helmets to frontline healthcare workers including nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists, and aides through May 31. This offer is available in Baltimore, Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, Tampa, and Washington D.C.

Uber: Uber is offering free transportation for healthcare workers between patient’s homes (for homecare nurses) and healthcare facilities. Also, free rides for patients with Uber Health and free food with Uber Eats!

Wyndham Hotels: All essential workers who are Wyndham Rewards members (it’s free to sign up if you aren’t already a member) will be given a complimentary GOLD membership upgrade. GOLD perks include accelerated points earning on stays at Wyndham properties, preferred room choice, late checkout, and more.

Choice Hotels: Choice Hotels is offering a “Choice Cares” special rate for nurses, doctors, paramedics, firefighters, food/agriculture workers, transit employees, and others outlined by CISA guidelines. Up to 9 nights can be booked with the special rate.

Furnished Quarters: Furnished Quarters couldn’t be more grateful for the work of healthcare professionals in the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. They are also happy to be able to provide a place to call home during necessary travel – and at a significant discount, starting at just $89/day. Fill out a reservation request to find out more information.

Motel 6: Medical staff, first responders, firefighters, police, military, and emergency response teams can receive a 20% discount on a stay at Motel 6. Book your room by May 31 for a stay anytime through June 30 to take advantage of this offer.

Sonder: Sonder is offering 40% off private rental stays longer than 14 days to travel nurses. To check out Sonder amenities, available cities, and to book your discounted stay, check out the link above.

Citi Bikes: A free 30-day membership is available to those who are working the frontlines in NYC. Citi Bike offers frontline workers (including transit employees and first responders) unlimited 45-minute trips on their classic bikes and ebikes for 30 days.

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