Deals, Discounts, and Perks for Nurses

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Making every dollar go as far as you can matters. And finding the best deal on everything from shoes and workout clothing to phone plans can make a difference.

With all the hard work you do caring for others, it’s only right that you receive recognition and more through National Nurses Week and beyond. Below we’ve compiled a list of companies that want to celebrate you and all that you give.

Deals for nurses all year long

Apparel and shoes

If you’re in the market for new workout apparel, accessories, or shoes, nurses and other healthcare professionals can receive between 10% and 40% off year-round from companies such as Adidas, ASICS, lululemon, New Balance, Nike, Puma, Reebok,  Saucony, and Under Armour.

Itching for a new pair of jeans, a nice pair of shoes, or new clothing? These companies offer between 10% and 20% off for nurses and other first responders year-round:

For glasses wearers, GlassesUSA, LensDirect, and Zenni Optical offer between 10% and 20% off purchases, including lens and frames.

Through a collaboration with nurse influencer Katie Duke, MSN, AGACNP-BC, modern scrubs company, Figs, is giving a discount on first-time purchases with promotional code: KATIEDFIRSTFIGS. The discount cannot be combined with other sales or promotions and excludes footwear.

Food and beverage

Nurses can also take advantage of several food and beverage deals throughout the year. Outback Steakhouse gives 10% off an entire meal, and KIND is offering 15% off purchases.

Thrive Market is offering a free one-year membership to nurses, while BlueApron is offering $110 off the first order plus free shipping. And Costco is giving a Costco gift card to nurses and other medical professionals who register for a membership.

Health and wellness

Whether you’re interested in running, sports, weightlifting, or cycling, staying healthy and practicing wellness can be beneficial for everyone. And nurses can receive numerous health and wellness deals., GNC, Huffy, Jillian Michaels The Fitness App, Peloton, Spalding, and Spartan Race are offering nurses discounts, including up to $200 and between 10% and 40% off purchases.


Nurses and other healthcare professionals can also receive discounts on their phone plans. In fact, AT&T and Verizon are offering discounts on certain unlimited plans.

From security systems to computers and sound systems, nurses can also find deals on certain electronics. The following companies offer 5% to 30% off purchases to first responders, including nurses:

Household items

If you’re looking for furniture or appliance deals, Bassett Furniture, GhostBed, KitchenAid, Mattress Firm, and Purple Mattress or offering between 10% and 40% off purchases to nurses.

Nurses can also receive discounts on drinkware. Owala, Stanley, and Yeti offer various discounts for nurses.

Travel and entertainment

For all the work nurses do, they deserve a chance to getaway. The following organizations are offering discounted hotel rates or additional hotel perks, such as late checkout or room preferences for nurses:

For family friendly trips, Great Wolf Lodge and Walt Disney Swan and Dolphin are providing discounted rates or 25% off stays.

If you’re looking for a fun activity to do on a trip, iFLY is giving 20% off select weekday packages for healthcare workers, including nurses.

Deals for student nurses

Are there discounts for nursing students? Of course. The following companies are offering deals and discounts for students, including nursing students, year-round:

As a nurse, you invest so much into the people you care for. And it’s just as important for you to invest in yourself. So take advantage of these deals, perks, and discounts — exclusively for nurses.

If you’re looking for more on nurse deals, career insight, support, and more, connect with fellow nurses on the app.

About the Author:

Zelda Meeker is a content marketing specialist for At, she partners with physicians, nurses, curriculum designers, writers, and other staff members to shape healthcare content designed to improve clinical practice, staff expertise, and patient outcomes.

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