Teachers aren't the only ones getting some extra love this week, businesses want to show nurses some extra appreciation for nurses week. Since National Nurses Day officially kicks off today, businesses are offering freebies and discounts for National Nurses Week. You can see the full list of deals and freebies below:
Biggby Coffee: Nurses get a free 16-ounce beverage of choice today with a medical ID. While supplies last retractable badge holders also will be given out.
Dunkin’: All health care workers get a free medium hot or iced coffee today when they show their ID. No purchase is necessary.
Insomnia Cookies: Through May 9, nurses get a free classic cookie with their work ID, no purchase necessary. Or they can get a free six-pack with any purchase.
Jimmy John's: Get $5 off online and app orders $20 or more with promo code 5OFF20 through June 13.
Juice It Up!: With a medical ID, nurses and other "hospital heroes" get a free medium classic smoothie Monday, May 10.
McAlister's Deli: Nurses get a free tea through Friday when they show their badge or ID.
O'Charley's Restaurant + Bar: From today through May 12, nurses get a free slice of pie when dining in with a valid ID.
Outback Steakhouse: As part of the chain'sHeroes Discount, nurses, doctors, medical staff get 10% off their check daily with a medical ID. Military veterans, law enforcement and first responders also get the discount when they show their state or federal service ID.
The Parking Spot: From today through May 12, nurses get 25% off airport parking.
PDQ: Through May 13, with the purchase of 10 or more boxed lunches, customers will receive $1 off every box.
Staples: Health care workers and first responders get 25% off in-store purchases at Staples with their ID and coupon code 50668.
Tijuana Flats: Nurses get a free entrée on Friday by using the code TYVM2575 at checkout. Valid ID must be presented when arriving at the restaurant to pick up the order.
Zaxby's: The chain is offering nurses with a valid ID a buy-one-get-one Big Zax Snak Meal today while supplies last.
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