Here’s Where to Find Discounts and Deals for Nurses Week 2019
In 1993 the declared May 6 – May 12 as National Nurses Week, a special time to celebrate nurses and elevate the life-changing work they do. Twenty-six years later healthcare professionals, community leaders, and even businesses are continuing to use this time to thank nurses for their unyielding commitment to the patients they so compassionately serve. We’ve compiled a list of some of the businesses that are offering special deals and discounts as a small token of appreciation for the huge role nurses play in healthcare.
Nurses Week Discounts
– from May 6 – 11 Cinnabon® is offering a free MiniBon® Roll or 4-ct BonBites™ to nurses when they show their healthcare ID badge. This offer is only valid at participating Cinnabon® bakeries in the U.S.
一道本不卡免费高清 – On Tuesday, May 7, PDQ, short for, “People Dedicated to Quality,” will be offering nurses 50% off all orders with proof of a valid nurse ID.
– Special room rates are available for nurses traveling to the most magical place in the world – all year long! You can book this offer online or call 888.828.8850. Make sure to ask for the Nurses Discount.
一道本不卡免费高清 – Amazon is offering free nursing books on Kindle, including the matriarch of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale’s, “Notes on Nursing: What It Is, and What It Is Not.”
– From May 6 – May 9, this restaurant, best known for its Chicago style deep dish pizza, is offering 20% off any order with the code 656-263-214. This offer is redeemable for both dine-in and online for nurses.
– Nurses can get half off any drink on Monday, May 6 at this coffee joint, when they show proof of a valid nurses ID.
– Any nurse with a valid ID can get a free Pork Big Deal on May 6 at any Sonny’s BBQ location.
Whether you treat yourself to a complimentary book on your Kindle or indulge in a free pastry, we hope you know how appreciated you are for the unparalleled care you provide patients every day.
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