Nurses deserve only the best. After all, they go through a lot. With all the things they do for their patients, they rarely have time to care for themselves. With that, it’s only right for nurses to be given that extra love and care they deserve.
In line with this year’s celebration of Nurses Week, there are some restaurants that are showing not just support but love for nurses by offering discounts and freebies.
Check out the best deals you can get this week on our list below.
Whether you like crispy or grilled chicken, you’ll surely enjoy Pollo Tropical. Enjoy up to 25% discount on any order when you show your healthcare ID.
Tacos are convenient for nurses as they are easy and really quick to eat.
Before you go straight to work, drop by Jimboy’s Tacos and present a valid employee ID. You’ll get two ground beef tacos for the price of one just by doing that.
Potbelly Sandwich Shop
If you’re not into tacos, then purchase a salad or a sandwich. Potbelly Sandwich Shop offers a free cookie or a fountain drink for each purchase. Don’t forget to wear your scrubs or present your medical ID to get the offer.
Get a free Cinnabon Classic Roll, a 4-count of BonBites or a MiniBon Roll whenever you show your medical ID badge this Nurses Week at Cinnabon.
If you’re planning on taking a vacation, Walt Disney World’s Swan and Dolphin resorts is offering a very special room rate at the Walt Disney Resort. Simply book a room and bring an identification and a proof of your employment when you check in. You can enjoy the offer until the 23rd of December.
American Nurse Today is giving away free iPad for this year’s Nurses Week. You can find all the details about that here.
For additional learnings and insights, check out Amazon. It’s offering a handful of free Kindle nursing books.
Until Sunday, Uniform Advantage is offering an online sale. You can get as much as 50% discount when you buy from them.
Test your knowledge and prepare for your CNA test without spending money. Click here to know more about this CNA practice test.
How are you celebrating Nurses Week?