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Blue Light Card holders offered exclusive deal with car insurance this March

Those purchasing a car insurance policy with Go.Compare at any time during the month will benefit from a £40 voucher

Blue Light Card holders are being given exclusive access to a £40 voucher when they buy car insurance with Go.Compare via the Blue Light Card app or website this March.

Go.Compare has been working with Blue Light Card since 2020, allowing those who work within the emergency services, NHS, social care sector and armed forces to benefit from exclusive vouchers when choosing to purchase their car or home through the platform.

As the first and only comparison provider to partner with Blue Light Card, through the terms of Go.Compare’s latest deal, cardholders can now also claim an voucher when they purchase their car or home insurance policies through the site at any time in March 2024 as a result.

Ceri McMillan, Managing Director at Go.Compare said of the partnership: “We are extremely proud to be on the panel of retailers who offer discounts and offers to those who work in the emergency and healthcare services.

“We are always encouraging our customers to find the best deals they can on their insurance, by purchasing a policy that provides the cover they need at a price that works for them. With a cost-of-living crisis continuing to eat into peoples’ wallets, we are pleased to be able to give something back through this Blue Light Card partnership and help those who help us.”

Alongside Go.Compare, the Blue Light Card provides discounts and offers across more than 13,000 brands including New Look, The Body Shop, JD Sports, Go Outdoors and Halfords. Other businesses include Sky, Spotify, Greene King, Jet2holidays, and Cineworld.

Andrew Collins, COO at Blue Light Card said of its latest offer with Go.Compare:

 “We are really proud of our partnership with Go.Compare and we know how much our members have valued using the service to get access to the most attractive insurance deals. As our members continue to navigate the cost of living crisis it remains so important for us to work with our partners to deliver savings on everyday essentials. We’re grateful that Go.Compare continues to show its appreciation to NHS staff and other frontline workers with their latest deal for our members.”

Blue Light card was founded in 2008 and is the UK’s number one discount service for emergency services, NHS, social care workers and those in the armed forces. Today they have over three million members and partner with over 13,000 retailers to offer savings, discounts and bonuses to those who are there for all of us.

Registering for a Blue Light Card can be done online at A card costs £4.99 and is valid for two years.

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About Blue Light Card

“We want to go further, for those who go furthest for us.”

There’s a group of people who are always there for us: the Blue Light community. They work tirelessly to keep us safe, healthy and supported, often going into unknown dangers to do so. They make sacrifices every day, and we want to thank them for it.

Blue Light Card is the UK’s number one discount service for emergency services, NHS, social care workers and armed forces.

With over 3.5 million members across the country, Blue Light Card is partnered with over 13,000 retailers both national and local, providing savings, discounts and benefits that often aren’t available to the general public. These include New Look, Spotify, Greene King, Jet2holidays, Cineworld, Sky, Halfords and Ninja to name a few. In 2023, Blue Light Card saved its members over £330 million in total.

Membership to Blue Light Card for access to all online deals and discounts is quick and easy by registering online at A card costs £4.99 and is valid for two years.

Founded in 2008 by ex Police Constable, Steve Denny and business partner, Tom Dalby, the Blue Light Card community is open to all sorts of professions including the Ambulance Service, Cave Rescue, Prison Service, Traffic Officers, HM Coastguard, Immigration Enforcement and more. Alidad Moghaddam, who was previously on the Trainline executive team and brings years of experience in leadership positions at consumer facing technology companies, was appointed as CEO in June 2023.

We are Blue Light Card. We’re there for the people who are there for all of us.

For more information on who qualifies and the offers available, visit

About Go.Compare

Go.Compare is a comparison website that enables people to compare the costs and features of a wide variety of insurance policies, financial products and energy tariffs.

It does not charge people to use its services and does not accept advertising or sponsored listings, so all product comparisons are unbiased. Go.Compare makes its money through fees paid by the providers of products that appear on its various comparison services when a customer buys through the site.

When it launched in 2006, it was the first comparison site to focus on displaying policy details rather than just listing prices, with the aim of helping people to make better-informed decisions when buying their insurance. It is this approach to comparing products that secured the company an invitation to join the British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) in 2008, and it is still the only comparison site to be a member of this organisation.

Go.Compare has remained dedicated to helping people choose the most appropriate products rather than just the cheapest and works with Defaqto, the independent financial researcher, to integrate additional policy information into a number of its insurance comparison services. This allows people to compare up to an extra 30 features of cover. 

Go.Compare is part of Future Plc and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). 

Blue Light Card Ltd is an Introducer Appointed Representative of Limited.

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