We're collecting links and info from local businesses to help you find limited time specials and discounts during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Yale Cleaners is offering reduced pricing on all uniforms for healthcare workers and first responders. They're also cleaning police officer bulletproof vests for free and have recently begun selling masks made by local tailors.
Hilton and American Express are donating 1 million nights of hotel rooms to people who work in the medical field. The DoubleTree by Hilton at Warren Place is taking part.
The Hungry Howie's Pizza location at 6703 East 81st St, Ste B in Tulsa is donating pizza to first responders. Order any large specialty pizza at regular menu price (Monday - Wednesday), mention the Feed a First Responder program and a large pizza will be donated to first responders.
Tulsa Transit is offering free fare to all passengers through the rest of April for those needing to take essential trips. More info here.
Drive through the Woolaroc Wildlife Preserve for FREE on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Note: There are no restrooms and you can't leave your vehicle. More info here!
20% of all #TulsaStrong T-shirt sales from GreenHouse Outfitters will be donated to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Support a local business and help provide meals to families and children struggling with hunger. More info here!
Tulsa's DoubleShot Coffee Company has created Covie!, their idea of what a stuffed coronavirus would look like. Each Covie! is made by employees of DoubleShot Coffee Company right here in Tulsa and proceeds will be donated to the CDC Foundation. You can buy your Covie! here.
Check out Mythic Press' COVID-19 fundraiser tees with proceeds being donated to the United Way's COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund.
The Salvation Army's Mabee Red Shield Boys & Girls Club is currently open and serving as daycare for children of essential workers. Daycare hours are Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. for children ages 5 to 12. The program will cost $20 per week for each child. Find more info on how to enroll here.
Tulsa-based jewelry company Landella recently created two bracelet collections – Tulsa Unites and Okie Skies – to help raise money for local charities. Each collection has a variety of different designs and a portion of the proceeds from each will be donated to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Click here for more info.
When you shop online with locally-owned Marcella Spice Company, you can choose to donate a purchase to the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. At checkout, simply use the code “foodbank", which will activate a discount and designate your items to be delivered directly to the Food Bank. More info here!
This list will be updated periodically, so check back in for more specials and discounts.