Morrisons is giving 10% off to key worker Brits in any of 16 job roles

Morrisons is offering 10% discounts to those who have worked on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic.

The supermarket launched a Blue Light Card for key workers that will run until after Christmas.

Brits who work in 16 different professions are eligible to apply to the national scheme.

This includes medical workers, police officers and those in the military.

Card holders can claim the 10% price reduction on their groceries by presenting their Blue Light ID card at the till in any of Morrisons 498 stores nationwide.

Birmingham Live put together a handy list of job sectors that are included in the scheme – check it out below.

People with these roles are in luck:

  • Ambulance Service
  • Border Force
  • British Army
  • Fire Service
  • HM Coastguard
  • Prison Service
  • Police
  • Red Cross
  • Reserve Armed Force
  • Royal Air Force
  • Royal Marines
  • Royal Navy
  • Social care workers
  • HM Armed Forces Veterans
  • Community First Responders
  • Second Line Responders

The Morrisons discount is a show of appreciation to the thousands of key workers who have gone above and beyond their usual roles to provide care and support to the British public throughout the coronavirus pandemic this year.

Blue Light Card holders will also be able to participate in a dedicated shopping hour alongside NHS workers and School staff from 6am-7am Monday to Saturday before Morrisons stores open to other customers.

David Potts, Morrisons' chief executive said: “Our emergency services, social care sector and armed forces have worked tirelessly this year to provide support to the many people who need it across the UK, often in exceptionally difficult circumstances.

"This discount is a thank you for all that they have done and continue to do for us all.”

Tom Dalby, chief executive of Blue Light Card, added: "Offer ing a Blue Light Card discount will make a huge difference to our members. I hope that this partnership will make the Christmas food shop that little bit easier for those who go the furthest for us.”

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