Targeted [QLD] 20% off for QLD Public Servants @ Hey You


Hey Queenslanders,
Give our Public Servants a pick me up this July.
The end of financial year is upon us, budgets have been re-allocated, departments re-organised and the influx of post-financial year work will be mounting.

If you've a mate in the Public Service they're sure to be tied to their desks and in need of a consistent coffee supply. Here's an easy way to thank them for keeping QLD running and help them save time.

QLD Public Servants
get 20% Off

To be eligible for this promotion:
✔ Download the Hey You App
✔ Signup with a valid QLD Government email address between 12 June & 1 July 2019
✔ Make at least 1 purchase on Hey You in QLD before 1 July 2019

link for signup

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The referrer receives a $5 Credit after the referee places their first order. Referee receives $5 after entering the code via the Hey You mobile app during signup.

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    Is this a permanent 20% off?

    • +1 vote

      No, it’s for the month of July only according to my email

      *Terms & Conditions. A valid QLD Government email address must end in Discount Offer valid from 1 July - 31 July 2019. Discount will apply to all menu items for the valid period during the trading hours of the participating venues. Cannot be used in conjunction with other offers. All subject to availability. The offering may differ from images. Discount will appear on the checkout screen.


    Limited selection on southside.

  • +4 votes

    You're silly if you think Qld public servants would be stupid enough to give you their corporate email addresses.

  • +5 votes

    Does this include servants in the new $200m department that is being built in order to reduce the size of the public service in QLD?


    Why does QLD get all the love?!

  • +4 votes

    honey trap alert

    7. Principles
    7.1 Internet and email are important resources that assist the government in the effective and
    efficient provision of services to the Queensland community.
    7.2 Use of government provided internet and email must predominantly be for official purposes.
    7.3 Agencies may authorise personal use on such terms and conditions as is appropriate to the
    particular agency, taking into consideration obligations to ensure the effective and efficient
    use of public resources.
    7.4 Any personal use remains subject to applicable legislation and policy, including but not
    limited to the Public Service Act 2008 (or other employing legislation), the Code of Conduct
    for the Queensland Public Service (or applicable agency Code of Conduct), and agency
    email and internet policy.
    7.5 Inappropriate use (whether personal or official) may result in:
    a) disciplinary action in accordance with applicable legislation and/or policy
    b) referral to a relevant law enforcement and/or oversight body (such as the Crime and
    Corruption Commission).
    7.6 Agencies must ensure they develop, publish and communicate the agency’s policy on the
    use of internet and email. Agencies must give specific consideration to the Use of ICT
    Services, Facilities and Devices policy (IS38), and its associated guidelines when developing
    their agency policy. Agency policies may be applied to other persons working with or for
    them, including but not limited to consultants, contractors and volunteers.

  • +1 vote

    only need mobile confirmation, email is not needed so just use a dummy email address

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