Emergency services set for savings of up to 40% in Blue Flash Sale

UK emergency workers are being celebrated with the launch of a new annual discount event, which could see them make big savings across fashion, tech, beauty and holidays.

Commencing on 27 May and lasting four days, during the Blue Flash Sale members of specialist discount service, Blue Light Card, will be able to gain exclusive access to online offers in what will be one of the biggest sales events of the year for emergency workers.

To be in with a chance of getting their hands on these exclusive deals, emergency services, NHS and social care workers will need to be a member of Blue Light Card, which allows members to save money all-year round.

Registering for Blue Light Card membership is quick and easy and can be done online at www.bluelightcard.co.uk. A card costs £4.99 and is valid for two years.

A few of the brands set to be included on 27 May, include: Samsung, Boohoo, Ray-Ban, Haven Holidays, Oakley, Ted Baker and Shark Clean.

With lots of further discounts from big-name brands to be revealed on the day, Blue Light Card members will be able to view all discounts on the website and on the app.

Tom Dalby, CEO of Blue Light Card, said, “The past year has truly highlighted the dedication and strength of members of the blue light community. Frontline workers such as social care workers, NHS staff and emergency responders have been the true heroes of the pandemic, working tirelessly to keep us safe while maintaining essential services.

“We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Blue Flash Sale, allowing us and retailers to demonstrate our continued thanks and appreciation for the UK’s emergency service workers. As the UK begins to open up once again, and life starts to return to some semblance of normality, we want to reward and celebrate the nation’s wonderful blue light community, not just this year, but every year.”

With over two million members and 15,000 partner retailers, Blue Light Card is the UK’s number one discount service for emergency services, NHS, social care workers.