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NHS & emergency services discounts with Blue Light Card
Some discounts with free online card, or £5/two years for in store discountsOngoing
There's also an optional physical card for use in high street retailers, which costs £4.99 for a two-year membership - well worth it if you think you'll save over £5 during this time. See full T&Cs.
Unfortunately, you can't see which other offers are available until you've signed up, but in the past we've spotted offers such as 10% off at Iceland, 10% off at Starbucks, 20% off Superdry, 30% off yoga classes, and discounts at several popular restaurants.
If you have a Blue Light Card, don't just assume it'll give you the best discounts - always compare offers to check you're getting the best deal.
See MSE Rhiannon's blog Emergency service & NHS staff discounts/freebies for more information on what restaurants and fast-food giants are offering staff on the front lines dealing with Covid-19 coronavirus.
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If you're looking for ways to help improve your health and fitness, you can download the free NHS fitness app Active 10.
The free app (downloadable for Apple/iOS and Android) is designed to fit easily into your daily routine by monitoring how much you walk. Unlike other fitness apps that measure steps, Active 10's intended to get you doing regular 10-minute long brisk walks - ie, walking at a faster pace than usual to get your heart pumping, making you slightly out of breath.
So, we reckon this is aimed more at people who currently aren’t getting a lot of exercise, rather than people who already do a lot to keep fit.
The NHS app says that regular 10-minute brisk walks can benefit your short-term and long-term health, eg, help those with lower back pain and high blood pressure, and reduce your risk of heart disease and type two diabetes.