Nike NHS Discounts & Deals for August 2022

Nike - NHS Discount
Nike, Inc, known as Nike, is a world-renowned American corporation that designs, develops and manufacturers footwear, apparel, accessories, services and equipment around the world. In thousands of stores across the world, and via its huge online presence, Nike sells footwear, clothing and sports accessories. Every year more than 900 million Nike items are sold around the world, and it is estimated that most of the Western population own at least one Nike item. The company was founded by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight on 25th January 1964. The multinational corporation now has stores all around the world and the UK; such as the Nike store in Portsmouth and a Nike store in Enfield.

How Do I Use My Nike Discount?

  • To claim our NHS deal, you will need to be a member of Health Service Discounts. If you are not a member, do not worry - our sign up process is quick and simple. Once you have signed up, simply sign in to your account via the Health Service Discounts website and search for the deal you are looking for. Once you have searched for and clicked on the deal, simply click “Get Deal”. Please note that you will be redirected to the retailer’s website after clicking “Get Deal” where the NHS deal will be applied. Therefore, every item you see will have the NHS deal applied.

  • 1. To redeem our Nike NHS voucher, firstly, you need to be a member of Health Service Discounts. If you are not a member, don’t worry - our sign up process is quick and simple.

    2. Once you have signed up, simply sign into Health Service Discounts and search for an eVoucher.

    3. After you have found the voucher you wish to use, simply click “Get Deal” and you will be directed to our new portal, where you can complete the purchase of the voucher.

    4. After you have purchased a voucher, confirmation of your order will be emailed to you.

More About Nike

While Nike was founded in January 1964, it was originally named ‘Blue Ribbon Sports’ and officially became Nike on 30th May 1971. The company is named after Nike, the Greek goddess of victory. Since the company was founded it has developed a range of products both under its own brand, but also under collaborations. Some of the most famous Nike ranges include Nike air force, Nike Air Jordan, Nike element, and Nike miler.

Nike has sponsored many high-profile sports teams and athletes over the years and has developed instantly recognisable marketing with its ‘Just Do It’ slogan and swoosh tick logo.

FAQs For Nike

  • Yes – Nike offers Health Service Discounts members Health Service Staff NHS discounts. To use our NHS discount code, simply sign up or log in to your Health Service Discounts account and use our Nike discount.

  • As of 2022, Nike makes footwear styles for men, women and children that contains roughly 20% sustainable materials. Also, Nike’s journey to zero carbon and zero waste is an ongoing process that they are taking very seriously.

  • Yes, you can get next-day delivery for your orders at Nike. Select the option at checkout. Nike next-day delivery is available Monday to Thursday before 12pm.

  • While there isn’t a set time/day that Nike restocks their products online, be sure to keep your eyes peeled on the items you want as they will restock ASAP.

  • Nike is well known for its comfort, support, cushioning and quality which is one of the many reasons why they’re a popular favourite amongst fitness enthusiasts and athletes. Their supportive features, breathable fabrics and responsive midsoles make them comfortable shoes that are kind to your feet.

  • No, we wouldn’t recommend putting your Nike trainers in the washing machine. Instead get some dish soap, baking soda, a clean cloth and a shoe brush and scrub until your Nike trainers are like new again.

  • Yes, Nike Blazers fit true to size. Not only are they a narrow fit but they are also quite long too!

Shopping with Nike

Standard Delivery

Get your order within 2-4 business days.
Free for Nike members.
Free for orders more than £50 or £4.50 for less.

Next-Day Delivery

This service is available Monday to Thursday before 12pm. 
Cost: £8
Please note: You can find out whether next-day delivery is available for your order at the checkout.
For customised products such as Nike custom socks, and customised shirts you could expect to wait around 2-5 business days. Nike By You
customised shoes could take between 2-5 weeks.

Store Pick-Up
You can collect your order for free at your nearest store. Click ‘Pick Up’ at the checkout to see if your items are eligible0.

Nike Returns
All orders on the Nike App and at Nike.com have a 30-day return period. You can even return your order after 30 days, as long as your return items are unwashed and unworn. Returns are free for Nike members.

To return a Nike order, as a Nike Member, you need to sign in before starting the free return from the order page. If you placed a guest order then you can start your return using your order number and email address.

Nike Contact Us

There are a number of ways that you can get in touch with Nike. These include:
Available Monday to Friday between 8am and 8pm and 8am to 5pm on Saturdays by calling:
020 7660 4453 You can also use the online live chat feature on the Nike website. This is available Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm. Saturday 8am to 5pm.

Nike - Cool Facts

The famous Nike logo of a solid swoosh tick was designed by Portland State University student Carolyn Davidson for just $35. Later, she received Nike products worth more than $640,000.

The Nike store in Oxford Street London is the largest Nike shop in the world with a grand total of 42,000 square feet.

Despite its worldwide popularity, many Nike fans mispronounce the name. As the company name comes from the Greek goddess of victory, it is pronounced ‘ny-kee’.

Nike’s world-famous ‘Just Do It’ slogan was inspired by serial killer Gary Gilmore’s final words of ‘Let’s do it’ before he was executed.

Nike has created some award-winning commercials over the years and won an Emmy award in 2000 and 2002.

It is estimated that Nike takes up around 62% of the athletic shoe market, making it the most popular sporting footwear brand.

Nike - Hints & Tips

If you want to get the most out of everything that Nike has to offer then we recommend that you sign up for Nike Membership. You can sign up for free, join the Nike community and enjoy free shipping. You can also enjoy first access to member-exclusive styles.

Looking for a bargain? Be sure to check out the sale tab on Nike’s website where you can get that Nike element 2.0 half zip jacket you’ve been thinking about for less!

You can also get an NHS discount at Nike by being a free member of Health Service Discounts. Get discounts on your Nike miler 1.0 or Nike miler 2.0 running tops!

Looking for Nike shoe inspo? We recommend the Nike Air Jordan 1 mid-arctic pink and Nike Air Force 1 ‘07 monsoon blue styles!

How Do I Use My Nike Discount?

  • To claim our NHS deal, you will need to be a member of Health Service Discounts. If you are not a member, do not worry - our sign up process is quick and simple. Once you have signed up, simply sign in to your account via the Health Service Discounts website and search for the deal you are looking for. Once you have searched for and clicked on the deal, simply click “Get Deal”. Please note that you will be redirected to the retailer’s website after clicking “Get Deal” where the NHS deal will be applied. Therefore, every item you see will have the NHS deal applied.

  • 1. To redeem our Nike NHS voucher, firstly, you need to be a member of Health Service Discounts. If you are not a member, don’t worry - our sign up process is quick and simple.

    2. Once you have signed up, simply sign into Health Service Discounts and search for an eVoucher.

    3. After you have found the voucher you wish to use, simply click “Get Deal” and you will be directed to our new portal, where you can complete the purchase of the voucher.

    4. After you have purchased a voucher, confirmation of your order will be emailed to you.

More About Nike

While Nike was founded in January 1964, it was originally named ‘Blue Ribbon Sports’ and officially became Nike on 30th May 1971. The company is named after Nike, the Greek goddess of victory. Since the company was founded it has developed a range of products both under its own brand, but also under collaborations. Some of the most famous Nike ranges include Nike air force, Nike Air Jordan, Nike element, and Nike miler.

Nike has sponsored many high-profile sports teams and athletes over the years and has developed instantly recognisable marketing with its ‘Just Do It’ slogan and swoosh tick logo.

FAQs For Nike

  • Yes – Nike offers Health Service Discounts members Health Service Staff NHS discounts. To use our NHS discount code, simply sign up or log in to your Health Service Discounts account and use our Nike discount.

  • As of 2022, Nike makes footwear styles for men, women and children that contains roughly 20% sustainable materials. Also, Nike’s journey to zero carbon and zero waste is an ongoing process that they are taking very seriously.

  • Yes, you can get next-day delivery for your orders at Nike. Select the option at checkout. Nike next-day delivery is available Monday to Thursday before 12pm.

  • While there isn’t a set time/day that Nike restocks their products online, be sure to keep your eyes peeled on the items you want as they will restock ASAP.

  • Nike is well known for its comfort, support, cushioning and quality which is one of the many reasons why they’re a popular favourite amongst fitness enthusiasts and athletes. Their supportive features, breathable fabrics and responsive midsoles make them comfortable shoes that are kind to your feet.

  • No, we wouldn’t recommend putting your Nike trainers in the washing machine. Instead get some dish soap, baking soda, a clean cloth and a shoe brush and scrub until your Nike trainers are like new again.

  • Yes, Nike Blazers fit true to size. Not only are they a narrow fit but they are also quite long too!

Shopping with Nike

Standard Delivery

Get your order within 2-4 business days.
Free for Nike members.
Free for orders more than £50 or £4.50 for less.

Next-Day Delivery

This service is available Monday to Thursday before 12pm. 
Cost: £8
Please note: You can find out whether next-day delivery is available for your order at the checkout.
For customised products such as Nike custom socks, and customised shirts you could expect to wait around 2-5 business days. Nike By You
customised shoes could take between 2-5 weeks.

Store Pick-Up
You can collect your order for free at your nearest store. Click ‘Pick Up’ at the checkout to see if your items are eligible0.

Nike Returns
All orders on the Nike App and at Nike.com have a 30-day return period. You can even return your order after 30 days, as long as your return items are unwashed and unworn. Returns are free for Nike members.

To return a Nike order, as a Nike Member, you need to sign in before starting the free return from the order page. If you placed a guest order then you can start your return using your order number and email address.

Nike Contact Us

There are a number of ways that you can get in touch with Nike. These include:
Available Monday to Friday between 8am and 8pm and 8am to 5pm on Saturdays by calling:
020 7660 4453 You can also use the online live chat feature on the Nike website. This is available Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm. Saturday 8am to 5pm.

Nike - Cool Facts

The famous Nike logo of a solid swoosh tick was designed by Portland State University student Carolyn Davidson for just $35. Later, she received Nike products worth more than $640,000.

The Nike store in Oxford Street London is the largest Nike shop in the world with a grand total of 42,000 square feet.

Despite its worldwide popularity, many Nike fans mispronounce the name. As the company name comes from the Greek goddess of victory, it is pronounced ‘ny-kee’.

Nike’s world-famous ‘Just Do It’ slogan was inspired by serial killer Gary Gilmore’s final words of ‘Let’s do it’ before he was executed.

Nike has created some award-winning commercials over the years and won an Emmy award in 2000 and 2002.

It is estimated that Nike takes up around 62% of the athletic shoe market, making it the most popular sporting footwear brand.

Nike - Hints & Tips

If you want to get the most out of everything that Nike has to offer then we recommend that you sign up for Nike Membership. You can sign up for free, join the Nike community and enjoy free shipping. You can also enjoy first access to member-exclusive styles.

Looking for a bargain? Be sure to check out the sale tab on Nike’s website where you can get that Nike element 2.0 half zip jacket you’ve been thinking about for less!

You can also get an NHS discount at Nike by being a free member of Health Service Discounts. Get discounts on your Nike miler 1.0 or Nike miler 2.0 running tops!

Looking for Nike shoe inspo? We recommend the Nike Air Jordan 1 mid-arctic pink and Nike Air Force 1 ‘07 monsoon blue styles!