Feel good discounts and cupcake giveaways

Feel good discounts and cupcake giveaways

With all the fun the festive period brings well and truly over, January can often seem like a gloomy month, and today (Monday 16 January) has historically been known as Blue Monday, thought to be the most depressing day of the year. 

This year, instead of focusing on the negatives that are associated with Blue Monday, we want the day to be a positive one so we’re showcasing our latest ‘feel good’ discounts to help beat the blues and make January a little more cheery.

But that’s not all! We’re also giving away five complimentary cupcake deliveries available for you and your team. Just head over to our Facebook page to find out more.

Tom Dalby, CEO at Blue Light Card, explains why this Blue Monday, it pays to be positive. He said:

“Our frontline workers support us when we’re at our most vulnerable, throughout the most difficult circumstances and often sacrifice a lot to do so. They cheer us up when we’re at our very lowest, and we are so thankful for this. 

“We hope that these discounts mean they can treat themselves and their loved one to a little something to make them smile this Blue Monday. We’re also encourage our members to do something to spread happiness and maybe put a smile on someone else's face too.”

Check out our feel good discounts;

Wellbeing & fitness:

● Calm – 30 day free trial of Calm Premium, then £14.49 for a year (cancel anytime)

● Spotify – 3 months free Spotify Premium Individual for new customers

● Nuffield Health fitness & wellbeing centres – 7-day free trial, plus 30% off memberships

● The Gym Group – 15% off the DO IT and LIVE IT monthly subscription and no joining fee

● PureGym – 10% off Core and Plus monthly memberships, and no joining fee

● Les Mills+ – Up to 42% off subscriptions

● Fitness First – 20% off 12-month contracts, pay only £10 for your first month, and no joining fee

● Holland & Barrett - Save 20% for a limited time only

Treats & gifts:

● Neal’s Yard Remedies – 20% off full price online and in-store

● eFlorist – 15% off

● Bloom & Wild – Up to 25% off


● Mindful Chef – 25% off first four boxes

● Deliveroo – £10 off £15+ orders (first-time customers)

● Gousto – 55% off your first box, then 25% off boxes for two months

● Green Chef – 50% off your 1st box & 25% off for 2 months + Free Shipping

● Boost Juice Bars – 15% off regular smoothies

● Graze – First box for £1, then 15% off the rest of your boxes

● HelloFresh – 65% off your first box, then 30% off for two months

Win cupcakes for you and your team

Blue Light Card are also giving members the opportunity to win some delicious treats. They’ve got five gift boxes of delicious Blue Light Card cupcakes to give away. Tom continued, “We’re asking our members to nominate themselves and their team by heading over to our Facebook page and telling us one thing they have done to make a positive change.  Whatever it is and whoever they are, we want to know! If they win, they’ll get an entire box of cupcakes for them and their team, whether it’s a team of three or a team of 30. We can’t wait to read the entries.”

There are plenty of mood boosting activities that the rest of the nation can take part in, either from the comfort of their own home, or out in the community, to spread a little kindness.

There are also plenty of mood boosting activities we can all take part in to spread a little kindness, either from the comfort of our homes, or out in the community. Here’s our top five activities to put a smile on your face;

Pay a compliment

Sometimes a simple, “I appreciate you”, or “I love your outfit” can go a really long way in making someone’s day. 

Write a postcard

Everyone loves receiving a handwritten letter through their letter box.

Pick up litter

Most cities and towns have organised litter picks which is a great way to meet people – but there is nothing stopping you from heading alone out armed with gloves and a bin bag. 

Volunteer at a charity

This could be for one day, one week, or one year. Whatever time you can spare, will be appreciated. Give a local charity a call or visit their website and see what you can do for them.

Get out into the garden

Gardening is proven to increase serotonin levels, even if you don’t have a garden, potting some plants in your home or getting creative in window boxes or balconies has the same effect.