Rewards and benefits for flexible and temporary workers at REED

At REED, we want to look after our flexible and temporary workers, and have created a market leading package of benefits and rewards. All PAYE flexible and temporary employees can be part of our Reed Discount Club - exclusive packages offering cashback and discounts; simply by opting in...​

Last year, our temporary workforce saved over £44,000 taking part in the Reed Discount Club. By joining, you can access a range of lifestyle, entertainment and retail savings and offers. Outlets include, leading supermarkets, high street fashion stores, technology retailers and restaurants. With offers updated on a regular basis, you are guaranteed to find something for you including;


  • Cineworld ticket for £6.60
  • Vue ticket for £6.40 (outside London)
  • Odeon ticket for £7.30 (outside M25)


  • 5% off Sainsbury’s
  • 4% off Tesco
  • 4% off Asda


  • 8% off
  • 7% off Marks & Spencer
  • 7.5% off EasySaver card (over 40 high street stores)


  • 8% off Currys PC World
  • 3% off

Dining out & eating in

  • 10% off Pizza Express
  • 12% off Café Rouge
  • 4% off Uber Eats

All these benefits and discounts are available to you as a PAYE Temporary worker for 30p per week.

Make sure you are not missing out and opt-in today:
  1. Log into XMS –
  2. Click on My Details
  3. Click on Edit Profile
  4. Click on Discount Club
  5. Click on Yes, I would like to join… & save

Reed Benefits

The Reed Benefits scheme is now closed to new entrants. For existing members, please see below for details on your cover and how to make a claim:

Insurance and Lifestyle Benefits

How to make a Claim

Contact Reed Benefits

Reed Benefits is serviced through Reed Insurance Brokerage Ltd (Reg. No. C 40354) which is the REED Group's insurance broker and also forms part of the REED Group of Companies. Reed Insurance Brokerage Ltd is enrolled to carry on the business of insurance broking in all European Union member states and is regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority in terms of the Insurance Intermediaries Act, 2006.