FREEBIES and discounts are being offered out to Brits who are double jabbed.
Some popular firms are rumoured to be offering the incentives to young people and students with discounts on food and taxi rides if they go out and get their Covid-19 jabs.
Uber was the first to raise the stakes for young people, and confirmed it would be offering money-off food ordered with the company or rides with its drivers, if they go out and get the jab.
More takeaway business are rumoured to have followed suit and even other popular entertainment chains like Vue could join the push too.
Most of the offers will run over the course of the summer to encourage young people to get vaccinated ahead of their return to Uni in September.
Vaccines are available free of charge and from thousands of vaccine centres, GP practices and pharmacies.
It's free to book too, and some sites will offer walk-in appointments as well.
Health Secretary Sajid Javid said yesterday: “Once available, please go out and take advantage of the discounts.”
Government sources say around 30 firms are in talks to join a new scheme set to encourage more young people to get the vaccine.
The details are still a bit sketchy on exactly what will be offered to students and young people across the country, but we can reveal everything we know so far.
Uber is offering money off to those who can prove they've got the vaccine in its attempt to aid the government getting brits jabbed.
When the campaign launches this autumn, students will be able to claim £10 in Uber or Uber Eats credit to enjoy a free trip or meal.
All you'll have to do to redeem the free voucher is post a selfie outside a vaccination centre once you've got your jab or you're on your way to your jab.
The offer is available for students but there's no specific age restriction.
It's primarily aimed at younger people who haven't yet had their jab yet, so if that's you then you'll be able to cash in.
We don't know exactly when the campaign will launch but we'll update this page when we know more.
This week, if you're an Uber rider too, you can expect to receive a push notification encouraging you to get the jab.
The government has explained how Bolt will be offering free ride credit to vaccination centres as part of the push too.
A similar scheme by the ride company meant that £250,000 in free ride credit to London vaccination facilities was offered out earlier this year.
It's though around 98% of people live within 10 miles of a vaccination centre in England but you might struggle access ing your closest if you don't drive or public transport isn't an option.
Therefore the service is designed to make the process easier, especially for younger people who might be strapped for cash to spend on a taxi.
The Sunday Times reports that McDonalds is understood to be in talks with the government about offering discounts to those who get themselves vaccinated.
McDonald's already runs plenty of discounts and offers especially for young people, so we don't know exactly what is to come for the vaccination incentives.
But young people should be able to receive money-off meals or the fast-food favourites if they can prove they've been vacinated once the scheme offcially rolls out.
We'll update this story once we've heard back from McDonalds on the offers it will be launching.
Over in America, the fast food chain has already staged a push for people to go out and get their vaccines with reminders printed on its coffee cups.
Deliveroo will be offering out free meals to staff at vaccine centres to help with the roll-out but the details are still in discussion so more offers could be on the way.
A Deliveroo Spokesperson said: "At Deliveroo we want to do our small part to support the NHS during the pandemic, including delivering 1 million free meals to frontline NHS staff and vaccine centres.
"This is the next step in helping get people vaccinated and safely back to normal."
We'll update this story once we know more about what you can claim from Deliveroo once you've got your double-jabbed status.
But if discount vouchers are issued by the end of the month you'll be able to claim money off your takeaway orders as well as discounts supermarkets like Waitrose, Morrisons and Aldi supported by the app.
Pizza Pilgrims is in discussion with the government to offer one of its central London sites as a location for drop-in vaccination clinics for staff and the public to receive quick and easy vaccines.
Anybody visiting the site will be able to grab a free slice of pizza on the day too.
Thom Elliot, Pizza Pilgrims founder said: "By making getting your jab as easy as grabbing a slice of pizza, hopefully we can help our teams and customers get both their first and second doses as easily and quickly as possible."
"We are lucky enough to have the space and locations that can help make this convenient for people, so are happy to help if we can."
Once the centre is up and running you won't have to do anything to redeem the "freebie", apart from show up for your jab, but pizza on the day will, of course, be subject to availability.
Vue is also understood to be in talks with the government about offering out money-off incentives according to The Sunday Times.
You could be able to get a discounted ticket to the movies as the push for younger people to be jabbed in time for term restarting takes place.
It means you'll still be able to enjoy all your favourite summer holiday past-times like visit the pictures with your pals, whilst promoting the safety of the country.
We don't know the exact details on how much you'll be able to save on tickets or if certain screenings will be offered out free of charge yet.
But we'll update this story once we know more and can confirm exactly how you'll be able to claim.
Having two jabs will be compulsory to enter a nightclub from the autumn too.
Plus, Pfizer Covid booster vaccines for 32million Brits will start in early September as well.
But Grant Shapps has said that Brits should get double-jabbed before even returning to the office.