HEALTH and beauty retailer Superdrug is giving all NHS staff 10 per cent off their shopping when they buy anything in store.
The discounts will be available from now until December 31 – so you’ll be able to use it through the Christmas period too.
The discount applies to all ranges across the store including perfume, healthcare and make up.
For example, the offer brings down the price of Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Eau de Toilette 50ml down to £51.30 or £1.60 off a NYX Professional Eyeshadow Palette.
To get the discount, all you’ll need to do is show a valid NHS staff ID to the person at the checkout who will apply the money off your bill.
You’ll also need to be signed up to their Health & Beauty loyalty scheme.
What you need to know before signing up to any reward scheme
THERE are thousands of different loyalty schemes and reward cards available – so you need to make sure you know what you're signing up for
- By signing up for a loyalty card, a retailer will get a lot of information about you and your shopping habits. The data might be shared within its group of companies to target you with offers and advertising.
- If a firm goes bust, you will lose your points, which have no cash value. Hoarding points also means you risk losing them if a retailer or restaurant shuts your account after a long period of inaction.
- Read the terms and conditions carefullly some retailers and restaurant will have expiration dates on certain offers (for example you might have limited amount of time to spend your extra points).
- Don’t choose where to shop or where to eat based on a store’s loyalty scheme. If there is a particular item you want, shop around rather than head straight for the retailer where you have a loyalty card. In a restaurant check some of the special deals or menus – they might be better value than the loyalty scheme.
- Beware of spending more simply because you have a loyalty card and don’t buy something just for any bonus points you may earn.
If you don’t already have one of the cards you can sign up for free here.
You will need to provide basic information such as your full name, age, address and contact details.
Remember, by signing up to the scheme you are agreeing to share a lot of information with the retailer including your spending habits.
The discount isn’t available online so you’ll have to head into one of Superdrugs 800 branches – you can find your nearest one here.
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