Discount code terms and conditions
- To place an order with a discount code, you must be a new patient to ZAVA. This discount is only valid for first-time purchases.
- Placing an order with a discount code is confirmed when a binding agreement to supply is made. No order for treatment placed by the customer will be binding to ZAVA until we have confirmed the order in writing to you. We reserve the right to reject any order for prescription-only medicines.
- A discount code can be shared with friends and family through email, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp or another channel. Please only share it with those who would like to receive it.
- Using a discount code will entitle you to a 20% discount.
- For every order placed using a discount code, ZAVA will donate £7.50 to NHS charities together.
- A discount code can be shared with as many friends and family members as you choose.
- To use a discount code, you must be an eligible ZAVA customer and have a ZAVA account.
- You must use a discount code at checkout when placing an order to get the discount.
- A discount code can be used by different people, but each person can only use it once.
- We reserve the right to cancel discount codes where we suspect the programme is being abused.
- Only one discount code can be used per order.
- All discounts apply to prescription and test kit costs only. No prescription-only medication costs will be discounted.
- When sharing a ZAVA discount code you must comply with all current SPAM laws. Any distribution of a discount code that could constitute unsolicited commercial email or spam under any applicable law or regulation is prohibited.
Changes to any of our terms and conditions
We reserve the right to change these terms and conditions at any time. The new version will be posted on this website and will take effect immediately upon posting.
If you use the website after the new terms and conditions have come into effect, you will be indicating your agreement to be bound by the new terms and conditions. Nothing in these terms and conditions shall affect your statutory rights.