JUST EAT is giving all NHS workers a 25 per cent discount on takeaways to say thanks for their hard work during the coronavirus epidemic.
The offer from the food delivery service comes as restaurants and cafes across the UK were forced to shut due to the spread of COVID-19.
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It means takeaway and delivery services are among the only options left if you fancy food that you haven’t had to cook yourself.
The offer is valid from today, March 27, until April 13.
To get the 25 per cent off, NHS workers need to have a valid NHS email address.
See the box below for the next steps.
How to get 25% off Just Eat if you're an NHS worker
FOLLOWS these steps to get the discount.
- Go to just-eat.co.uk/NHS and enter your NHS email address. You'll be sent a verification email to this address to make sure it’s an active NHS account.
- Once the account has been verified, the discount code will appear on your screen.
- Log on to Just Eat and put the discount code in the checkout. You don’t need to use your NHS email address, you can use your usual log-in details.
Just Eat works with more than 35,000 restaurants and delivers to 95 per cent of UK postcodes.
It claims around 1.3 million NHS employees will be able entitled to the discount.
Each discount code will be valid until midnight on the day it was redeemed, and you can generate one code every day until the offer expires.
Your NHS email address doesn't need to be the account you use to log into Just Eat, so you can use your usual log-in details.
All restaurants are covered by the discount.
We've asked Just Eat if the money off covers delivery costs and we'll update this article when we know more.
The Sun is also checking if there is a minimum or maximum spend to be eligible for the discount.
Andrew Kenny, UK managing director of Just Eat, said: “Millions of NHS staff are working round the clock to keep us safe, help the most vulnerable and keep this country going.
“There’s never been a more important time for us to show our support and appreciation for their heroic efforts.”
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