Blue Light Card is a service in which those who work for the likes of the NHS, in social care or armed forces, receive online or in-store discounts. For GBP4.99 every two years, members of the blue light community can access over 15,000 discounts from large national retailers to local businesses across sectors such as holidays, cars, days out, fashion, gifts, insurance, phones and much more. To apply here, you need to provide a form of ID that shows name, employer, job role and date (within the last 3 months).
You can also register even if you are retired or a volunteer.
Do I qualify for Blue Light Card?
You qualify for Blue Light Card discounts if you are retired from, or work or volunteer for the following services:
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- 4x4 Response, Ambulance Service, Blood Bikes, Border Force and British Army
- Cave Rescue, Community First Responders, Fire Service, Highways England Traffic Officer, HM Armed Forces Veterans, HM Coastguard and HM Prison Service
- Immigration Enforcement, Lowland Search and Rescue, MoD Fire Service, MoD Police, Mountain Rescue and NHS
- Police, Red Cross, Reserve Armed Forces, RNLI, Royal Air Force, Royal Marines and Royal Navy
- Search and Rescue, Social Care Workers, St Andrews Ambulance, St John Ambulance and UK Visas and Immigration
Which shops do a Blue Light Card discount?
Without having an account, you cannot view the discounts available on products, which are regularly changing.
However, recently up to 50 percent discounts have been available at the following retailers for Blue Light Card holders:
- The Body Shop, Charlotte Tilbury, ghd, The Perfume Shop, MAC Cosmetics and Beauty Bay
- Cath Kidston, Converse, FatFace, New Look, schuh, Craft Gin Club and Laithwaites Wine
- ASDA, Homebase, MADE.com, Oliver Bonas, Yankee Candle and Goldsmiths
To search for up to date discounts, check your app or account information online.