10% Discount at Starbucks with the Blue Light Card

Who doesn’t like money off? Well here’s some money off your cup of Joe at Starbucks if you’re a UK Emergency Service worker.

Starbucks announced this week that they’ve partnered up with Blue Light Card and are offering 10% discount upon production of a valid card.

You’ll get 10% the whole bill, food and all. It’s not valid on Starbucks card reloads and can’t be used with other discounts or offers, which are pretty standard terms and conditions.

Work for an Emergency Service but don’t have a Blue Light Card? Read on..

What is a Blue Light Card?

Blue Light Card is both a digital and a physical discount card available to Emergency Service workers in the UK. You can sign up for FREE! Download the Blue Light Card app and get instant access to online savings and high street savings upon production of your digital card.

It’s really that simple.

Who’s Eligible for a Card?

The Blue Light Card website lists the following occupations as eligible for membership:

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, Reserve Armed Forces, RNLI, Royal Air Force, Royal Marines, Royal Navy, Search and Rescue, St Andrew’s Ambulance, St John’s Ambulance,

What Other Discounts are Available?

The team at BLC are always adding new discounts and the app will notify you when a new offer is added. You can already get discounts with loads of High Street chains, New Look, Cineworld, Apple, Alton Towers, Haven, Samsung, Go Outdoors, Frankie and Bennies and loads more!

Check them out!

Ryan – Head Barista


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