All promotions are subject to availability based on the discretion of each individual company.
AT&T is offering up to three months of free wireless service to nurses and physicians
Audiobooks.com is offering each frontline worker one free audiobook (with ID.me verification)
Costco is offering skip the line priority access to healthcare workers with a valid Costco membership and hospital ID (not available during dedicated senior hours)
H&R Block is extending free virtual tax preparation services through Tax Pro Go
Kaiser is offering free or discounted video workouts, see plan options below.
Plan 1: On-demand video workouts — Get access to a vast on-demand audio and video library, which includes a wide variety of workouts and meditations ranging from 5 to 75 minutes. $0/month. No credit card required for sign-up.
Plan 2: Livestream & in-person workouts — Get 20% off a monthly package to reserve in-person and livestream fitness classes, plus get access to plan 1’s vast on-demand library of workouts. If a member is not sure if a monthly package is the right fit, Plan 2 includes a 45-day trial period where you can try livestream and in-person workouts for $0. A credit card is required for sign-up, but members won’t be charged anything. After the 45-day trial period, members will automatically roll over to plan 1, the $0 on-demand video workouts. At the end of the trial period, members also have the option to purchase a monthly package for 20% off the retail price.
Mazda is proving free oil changes and cleaning services (for most makes and models, including those vehicles outside of the Mazda family) through their Essential Car Care Program