Send a card to NHS or key workers for free using Scribbler – The Sun

WELL-wishers can send a thank you card to NHS or key workers for free using Scribbler.

The card chain will cover the delivery charges too so that you can show your appreciation to those who are keeping on working during the coronavirus crisis.

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This includes supermarket staff, shopkeepers, police and delivery drivers who continue to carry out their duties while the rest of the country is in lockdown.

The card store has seen sales quadruple in the recent weeks as Brits fall back on the old systems of keeping in touch with loved ones while they're not able to see them.

All you have to do is pick ones of the cards from the dedicated range and type in your personalised message.

You'll then need to add it to your basket, enter in the address that you'd like to send it to and use the promo code THANKYOUNHS.


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Your order will then be processed free of charge. Normally, cards cost around £2.95 from the site and costs between 76p and 95p to delivery first class depending on the size.

There are 29 different cards to choose from, each with a different design, including ones that feature a rainbow which has recently become the symbol of appreciation for key workers.

Others feature fun illustrations of celebrities, such as Elvis Presley which has been captioned: "Thank you, thank you very much!".

There is a limit of one free card per person and the offer is only available for as long as stocks last.

Any malicious or harmful messages written in the personalised section won't be sent, and they can only be delivered to addresses in the UK.

Scribbler boss Frances Tilstone said: "We crave to feel close to the people we care about.

"Now more than ever, the simple act of sending something tangible like a card or gift to a loved one can completely brighten their outlook and say, We’re still here. You have not been forgotten."

Just Eat has extended its 25 per cent NHS discount to say thank you to frontline staff as they continue to care for patients suffering from coronavirus.

Morrisons is also giving NHS staff 10 per cent off their grocery shop.

Meanwhile, EE has given frontline staff unlimited mobile data for the next six months as a thank you for their efforts during the pandemic.

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