WHAT DISCOUNT DO YOU OFFER MEDICAL PROVIDERS?
Brooklyn Bedding offers an everyday discount to all eligible medical providers, including nurses—applicable to all purchases, both online and in-store. Other promotions may apply during holiday periods.
Brooklyn Bedding has partnered with ID.me, an advanced digital identity company that provides an online credential to medical providers and staff to access exclusive offers and benefits.
We verify the following occupational titles as Medical Providers:
You are eligible to verify as a Nurse if you have graduated from a nursing program and met the requirements outlined by a country, state, province or similar licensing body to obtain a nursing license.
We can verify the following occupational titles as a Nurse:
Also: Respiratory Therapist, Certified Nurse Aide, Clinical Nurse, Nurse Aide, Nursing Assistant, School Nurse, Home Health Nurse, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Travel Nurse
We can verify the following occupational categories as Hospital Employees:
You can shop BrooklynBedding.com or any of our Brooklyn Bedding stores, select your products, then verify your eligibility during the shopping process using the ID.me button on the checkout page. Once your eligibility is confirmed, the discount will automatically apply to your entire shopping cart.
If not instantly verified, ID.me will invite you to securely upload a document to prove your eligibility as a medical professional. They will then compare the information provided in the uploaded document(s) against the information entered in the verification form. To ensure a speedy and successful verification, please pay attention to how you enter your information on the form so that it will match what is seen on the document(s). For example, enter your first and last name on the form as it appears on your official document(s).
This rarely happens. All health administrations are going to give you some kind of official document that we'll accept but, in the event you cannot provide us any acceptable proof of validation, we will be unable to approve you for the offer. To reiterate the point, if you're currently employed as a medical professional, you should have access to a document we can verify.