NHS staff can get £20 off Uber Eats deliveries or Uber taxis this Christmas as a thanks for all their hard work over the year.
The offer from the car-hailing and food delivery giant is available for five days over the busy Christmas period.
Between December 23 and December 27, NHS staff will be able to choose between money off their next Uber taxi or Uber Eats order.
You can't get money off both and the £20 can’t be redeemed in one go – workers will get two £10 promo codes to use on separate orders.
To get the discount, you’ll need to be registered with Uber or Uber Eats.
NHS workers must then sign up for the offer via this online form.
What other discounts are available to NHS, emergency service and Armed Forces?
NHS staff, emergency service workers and members of the Armed Forces can sign up for a Blue Light Card to get exclusive discounts on the high street.
There’s two different cards you can get, one for online and a physical card to shop in stores.
The digital card is free but the physical card costs £4.99 and lasts two years at a time.
You can register online here but you’ll need to prove your profession to qualify for the card.
Here's who qualifies for Blue Light Club:
- 4×4 response, Ambulance Service, Blood Bikes, Border Force, British Army, Cave Rescue, Community First Responders, Fire Service, Highways Agency, HM Armed Forces Veterans, HM Coastguard, HM Prison Service, Immigration Enforcement, Lowland Search and Rescue, MoD Civil Servant, MoD Fire Service, MoD Police, Mountain Rescue, NHS, Police, Red Cross, Reserved Armed Forces, RNLI, Royal Air Force, Royal Marines, Royal Navy, Search and Rescue, Second Line Responders, St Andrews Ambulance, St John Ambulance, UK Visa and Immigration
Unfortunately you can’t see which offers are available until you’ve signed up but retailers who have taken part in the past include Starbucks, Apple, New Look and Cineworld.
The discounts are constantly changing so it's difficult to pinpoint exactly what money you'll be saving.
If you've already got a Blue Light Card, remember to always compare prices to make sure what you're buying isn't cheaper elsewhere.
It’s available to all NHS staff in the UK aged 18 years or over, but you’ll need to make sure you sign up with your NHS email address to prove you work for the health service.
Both apps are free and can be downloaded on the App Store and Google Play – or you can sign up on their standard websites.
To get the deal, NHS workers need to apply by 9am on December 20 and you can only use your email address once.
We've asked Uber if the deal will be available to other emergency service workers and members of the Armed Forces.
The Sun is also checking if there's a minimum spend, and if the Uber Eats discount applies to all retailers.
We'll update this article when we know more.
Check out everywhere that NHS, military and emergency service staff can get a well-deserved discount.
Iceland often runs deals for emergency service staff where they can get 10 per cent off their shopping bill.
Nandos also offers 20 per cent off to customers who work in the emergency services, forces and NHS.