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Secure up to 40% off on sports deals this summer

Secure up to 40% off on sports deals this summer

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27 Jul, 2021

To coincide with the Tokyo Olympics, members of the UK Armed Forces, their partners and veterans can now access exclusive summer sports savings on big-name brands, including Sky TV, Foot Locker, Reebok and Panasonic …

Thanks to Defence Discount Service, the official MoD discount service for the UK’s Armed Forces, veterans and defence community, defence staff can get their hands on some great deals. 

With this year’s summer of sport well under way and a range of sports fixtures still to come before the season is over, members of the UK armed forces community, their partners and veterans can now secure up to 40% off a range of sports goods and experiences, thanks to Defence Discount Service. 

Following the recent finals of the UEFA European Championships and Wimbledon, Brits still have the Olympics, the Ryder Cup and the Paralympic Games ahead of them, with the London Marathon and the Rugby League World Cup also making their return later in the year. 

Defence Discount Service is the official MoD discount service for the UK’s Armed Forces, veterans and defence community. Its members can access discounts free of charge online through the Defence Discount Service website. As the summer of sport continues in the UK, Defence Discount Service has worked with brands such as Garmin, Foot Locker and Sky TV to provide exclusive offers for military personnel, to thank them for their hard work protecting the country over the past 18 months.

What’s on offer?

The deals currently available include:* 

  • American Golf – 10% off online
  • Foot Locker – 10% off everything online
  • Footasylum – 10% off online
  • Garmin – up to 40% off online
  • Reebok – save 35% off online plus 25% off outlet items
  • Robert Dyas – save 5% off everything online
  • Sky TV – save 25% online
  • AO – a number of online offers on appliances, computing and TVs online
  • Panasonic – 10% off online at Panasonic Official UK.

Explaining more about the discount service’s support for the defence community during the summer of sport, Tom Dalby, CEO of Defence Discount Service, says: Many of this summer’s events, including the Olympics, are being staged a year late due to the impact of the pandemic, but it’s great to be able to once again enjoy the fantastic sports events on offer at this time of year. That’s why we wanted to do something special to celebrate that, while also giving back to the many Armed Forces teams who have played a crucial part in supporting public services across the UK throughout the pandemic. From supporting the efforts to vaccinate the UK population, defence medics working in intensive care units, and assisting with the national testing effort, we wouldn’t be in the place we are today if it wasn’t for the Armed Forces.

‘Whether you want to treat yourself to a new gadget to watch sport in HD, purchase new trainers to prepare for the London Marathon or upgrade your TV bundle to make sure you can watch the next rugby game, there are plenty of exclusive offers available to enjoy the action in the months ahead. We hope that the UK defence community will truly embrace the summer of sport and take full advantage of these fantastic deals, which are our way of saying thank you for all the hard work they have done and continue to do.’

*All discounts correct at the time of publication. Please refer to the Defence Discount Service website for up-to-date information on current offers.

 

Defence Privilege Card

A Defence Privilege Card can also be purchased for £4.99. The card gives access to discounts on the high street in stores, restaurants and venues, and is valid for five years.

To register or find out more, visit www.defencediscountservice.co.uk

 

About Defence Discount Service

Launched in 2012, Defence Discount Service is the official MoD discount service for the UK’s Armed Forces, veterans and defence community. With more than 500,000 members, it is partnered with 9,000-plus brands, providing savings, benefits and discounts from the likes of Apple, Samsung, New Look, Halfords, Shark Clean and O2.

Its members can access discounts free of charge online through the Defence Discount Service website, saving them thousands on holidays, cars, days out, fashion, gifts, electronics and more. A Defence Privilege Card can also be purchased for £4.99 for access to discounts on the high street in stores, restaurants and venues, and is valid for five years.

Catering for the veteran community, which makes up around 5.4% of the UK population, as well as serving personnel, eligible members include regular serving Armed Forces, reserve forces, HM Armed Forces veterans, MoD civil servants, cadet forces (16+) and adult instructors, spouses and partners of serving personnel, bereaved family members, war and service widow(er)s and NATO personnel serving in the UK.

For more information on who qualifies and the offers available, visit www.defencediscountservice.co.uk.

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