Hey Locals, These Spots In Bahrain Have Special Offers For Anyone Who’s Been Vaccinated

Special treatment coming in strong

Some places around Bahrain are starting to offer a special little something for locals who’ve received doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, and they’re sounding PRETTY nice. It was recently announced that a quarter of a million people have been vaccinated in Bahrain, and the numbers are only going up by the day!

So, here are some spots in Bahrain that’ll give you a special little offer throughout the month of February – all you have to do is present your vaccination certificate:


This OG spot is offering 10% OFF for everyone that shows up with their vaccination certificate.

Wings & Rings

30% OFF of Buffalo Wings & Rings as well, if you come showing your vaccine card. Sun-Thu from 11am to 6pm!

Enab Beirut

Some Middle Eastern goods at 10% OFF after you show your cards here, too!

Caribou Coffee

And, for the love of coffee, Caribou’s about to give you a FREE upsize on any drink in Feb, if you’ve been vaccinated (again, bring your vaccine certificate).

Cali Cafe

Food & drinks at 20% OFF here, and the entire menu looks too good to pass up on.

Glamour Medical Center

For all you ladies out here, Glamour is one of the best medical centers with SO many services, and you’re getting 15 % OFF is you show proof of your vaccination!!

Moosa Dental

One for a tooth fix – all services at this dental center will be discounted by 30% if you’re vaccinated!

Al Hamad Dental

Another dental center offering 30% OFF services for those who’ve been vaccinated!

Ahmed Sharif Furniture

This one is for those in need of a home renovation, or just a new couch… If you’ve received both doses of the vaccine, you’re in for a special discount here!

These offers are probably gonna keep piling up, so everyone who hasn’t been vaccinated should get to it!

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