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Yo! Sushi logoYo! Sushi 25% off for armed forcesShow MoD card. Valid Tue-Fri

Ongoing

At all Yo! Sushi restaurants across the UK, customers who show a valid MoD ID card from Tuesday to Friday will get 25% off dishes from the conveyor belt, including daily specials. 

This deal is valid on a maximum of 10 dishes per military personnel. Discount cannot be used on drinks, takeaway items or alongside any other offers and promotions.

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Vue logoVue Cinemas armed forces discount15%-20% discount using MoD card

Ongoing

At Vue Cinemas across the UK military personnel can show a Defence Privilege Card or MoD service ID to get up to 20% off a cinema ticket.

Discounts range from 15%-20% and this is dependent on location. The discount is valid seven days a week on all films. Tickets must be purchased from the box office, not online.

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Valid for the cardholder’s ticket only. So if you are in the armed forces and buying tickets for others, only yours will be discounted.

Longleat logoLongleat 30% off for armed forces/emergency servicesBook tickets online and bring ID on day of visit

Ongoing

Book tickets online and get 30% off adult, child and senior entry rates if you're a member of the armed forces or emergency services. You will need to present a valid company ID on arrival to the park.

You can get an armed forces or emergency services adult ticket for £21.50 (£32.95 at the gate) and an armed forces or emergency services child ticket for £15.50 (£23.95 at the gate). The offer is valid on all one day tickets and two day tickets.

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You must book by midnight on the day before your visit.

Blacks logoBlacks 15% off for armed forcesShow MoD card in store for discount

Ongoing

Serving military personnel can get 15% off at outdoor retailer Blacks when they show a valid MoD service ID.

It’s valid in stores and includes all departments. This discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers, it also excludes gift card purchases and sale items.

This discount is valid in store, but if you would like to claim this discount online you would need to sign up to the Defence Discount Service.

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The Defence Discount Service is the official MoD discount service. You can sign up to their website for free to access online deals.

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