If you are a first responder, we have good news for you: Adidas exclusively offers you major savings on its top-of-the-line athletic styles.
The German sportswear brand hosts year-round discounts for first responders, nurses, medical professionals and military members. Once you are verified through identification service ID.Me, you can save 40% on Adidas’ signature sneakers, workout gear, accessories and more all at Adidas.com.
Who are first responders? Homeland Security defines these front-line emergency workers as law enforcement, fire services, emergency medical services and emergency management officials. Grocery store workers have also called to be designated as first responders during the recent health pandemic.
A special savings deal is just one of many ways brands show their thanks to frontline workers. On top of discounts, many footwear brands donated thousands of free pairs for medial professionals and frontline workers in the past few weeks, including Aerosoles, Crocs, Reebok, Allbirds and more.
And the tokens of appreciation don’t stop at just shoes. Hoteliers like Hilton and airlines like Delta and SouthWest are providing free flights to health-care workers headed to harder-hit areas while food services like Starbucks and more offer discounts year-round and even gave away millions of drinks for free to first responders.
Now that you have your special savings, shop a few of FN’s top picks from Adidas ahead.
To Buy: Adidas Stan Smith, $90.
To Buy: Adidas Cropped Hoodie, $60.
To Buy: Adidas UltraBoost 20, $180.
To Buy: Adidas Badge of Sport Tee, $28.
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