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Published on Tuesday, April 7, 2020

NHS workers offered discounts for Sandals holidays







Unique Caribbean Holidays, the UK tour operator for Sandals and Beaches Resorts, has introduced a 10% discount for NHS workers to thank them for their work during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The discount is available for an indefinite period and can be applied to bookings made to any of the 18 Sandals and Beaches Resorts in the Caribbean.

It is valid for both accommodation-only and flight-inclusive package holidays.

Managing director Karl Thompson says: "Whilst we appreciate that no-one is able to travel right now, especially our critical NHS workers, we want to offer NHS staff 10% off their next Sandals and Beaches Holiday, as a small token of our appreciation.

"These are the people who are on the front line every day, fighting this pandemic and saving lives. When the time comes, we want to welcome NHS staff to our resorts in the Caribbean where we hope that they can enjoy a well-deserved break. We'd like to thank all of our health workers everything they have done and continue to do to keep all of us safe and well."

Agents can make bookings for NHS staff by phone and the discount will be applied once a copy of the client's NHS card is sent to the UCHL operations team. Details will be provided once the booking is made.

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