Trade Card

What Is Halfords Trade Card?

What Is Halfords Trade Card?

UK's biggest car parts range at rock bottom trade prices!

Halfords is known for supplying everything you need for your car, but did you know if you’re a mechanic in the motor trade, Halfords Trade Card can now meet your business needs too?
The Halfords Trade Card brings you exclusive deals on thousands of car parts, tools and engine oils, and you can be assured of the best quality and trade prices around.

Apply for a Trade Card here.

The Trade Card Promise

Lowest prices guarantee - if you find cheaper than Halfords in your area, we'll match the price!*
All prices are VAT inclusive - what you see is what you pay
UK's biggest car parts range - millions of car part fitments available!**
We're open when others aren't - 7 days a week, up to 8pm on most days***

*If you can buy the same car part cheaper within 7 days and within 20 miles of the store, we'll match the price (excludes internet and mail orders).
**Subject to parts being in stock at the suppliers, limited availability on Saturday and excludes Sundays.
***Except high street stores. Please see your local store for opening hours.

Halfords Trade Card Benefits

Take a look below for all the great benefits the Halfords Trade Card can offer you:

Trade prices - exclusively for cardholders
Halfords Trade Card entitles you to exclusive trade prices on thousands of car parts, workshop tools, metal storage and engine oils. What's more, all prices are VAT inclusive - so what you see is what you pay.

Lowest trade price guarantee
We won’t be beaten on our trade prices. We are confident you won’t find trade prices lower in your area – and if you do, we’ll match them on the spot!*

Quality parts
Big name brands such as Ferodo and Bosch as well as our own range of Halfords parts, all manufactured to original equipment standards.

UK's biggest car parts range**
Halfords can supply over half a million car parts to cover an extensive range of petrol and diesel cars on the UK’s roads – up to 98% in many product areas – including leading brands.

Put us to the test

Let your local store know what part you need and we’ll quote you on our seriously low trade prices!

Who is eligible to apply for Halfords Trade Card?

Halfords Trade Card is exclusively available to those who work in eligible trades, such as:
Qualified mechanic
Self-employed mechanic
Mobile mechanic
Small independent garage mechanic
Fast Fit Centre mechanic
Commercial vehicle mechanic
Police, fire or ambulance mechanic
Bus mechanic
Local authority mechanic
Recovery mechanic
College motor vehicle staff
College apprentice mechanic
Army mechanic
RAF or aviation engineer
Railway engineer / mechanic
Naval Engineer
Marine Engineer/Mechanic
Carpenter
Electrician
Plumber
Glazier
Landscaper / Fencer
Welder / Metal worker
Utilities worker
Taxi companies & drivers
Courier companies & drivers

What discounts can I get with a Halfords Trade Card?

The Halfords Trade Card gives you access to loads of great discounts, such as:
50% off Car bulbs
40% off Spark plugs
30% off Windscreen wipers
30% off Mirror glass
30% off Air, fuel, oil, and cabin filters
30% off Fixings, fuses and electrical accessories
25% off Engine Oils
25% off Additives, antifreeze, de-icer, screen wash
20% off Brake pads
20% off Hand tools
20% off Battery chargers and accessories
20% off Single Sockets
20% off Lifting & Metal Storage
20% off Car batteries
20% off Motorcycling products
15% off Car Cleaning products (excludes Karcher)
15% off Spray paints & body repair

Note:- Trade pricing discounts on fixed product groups. Promotional offers (e.g. Buy One Get One Free) and items sold by Approved Partners are not included in trade pricing. Trade discounts apply to non-promotional selling prices.

Please note that trade pricing is not visible in store. To see the price of an item, simply create an online account and add your Trade Card number. Alternatively, ask a colleague in store to find out the trade price.

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How to Apply for a Halfords Trade Card

How to Apply for a Halfords Trade Card

There are two ways to apply for a Halfords Trade Card. You can apply online by visiting our Trade Card Hub here, or you can apply in any Halfords store. You’ll need to provide photographic identification with your application as well as one or more forms of the following evidence to prove your membership of an eligible trade:

  • Payslip from employer
  • Copy of City & Guilds or NVQ qualification
  • College enrolment certificate
  • Business card or letterhead
  • Local newspaper ad
  • Local phone directory entry

To see a list of eligible trades, click on 'What is Halfords Trade Card?' above.

Trade Card Online

You can also register your Trade Card online to be able to see trade prices as well as ordering to collect in store and receiving invoices by email.

Step 1: Register and apply online
Register for an account at Halfords.com. If you’ve already got an account, you can sign in to your existing one and use this. Next, apply for your Trade Card online by filling in your details.

Step 2: Pick up your card in store
Once you’ve applied online, head to your local store with your proof of trade. They’ll give you your Trade Card!

Step 3: Activate your card
Add your Trade Card number to your account at Halfords.com. Then, you’ll be able to see trade prices including and excluding VAT online! You’ll also receive invoices for trade purchases.

To get started, head over to our Trade Card page!

Part of a group of 20 technicians or more?

If you work in a garage/motor vehicle workshop and you and your colleagues meet the qualifying criteria above then you can arrange a visit from a trade manager who will issue your cards. Please only use this voicemail number for a workshop visit of 20+ technicians. Unfortunately we're unable to respond to any other enquiries via this messaging service.

Simply call 01527 513384 and leave a message - you'll then be contacted within 10 working days to discuss a suitable time for us to come and visit you.

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Shopping Online with Halfords Trade Card

Shopping Online with Halfords Trade Card

To shop online with Halfords Trade Card, simply log in to your Halfords account and add your Trade Card number. You can do that by clicking here. Then, you’ll be able to access exclusive trade prices online. If you don’t have a Halfords account, you'll need to create a new account and add your Trade Card number to enjoy the benefits.

Once you’re logged into your Halfords account and have added your Trade Card, you’ll also be able to use our online services such as Click & Collect and Home/Work Delivery to buy goods at trade prices!

That’s not all - while you’re logged in, you’ll be shown trade prices with and without VAT, and we’ll send you invoices for your trade purchases to help with record keeping.

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I've Lost My Trade Card

I've Lost My Trade Card

If you’ve lost your Trade Card, simply pop into your local Halfords along with proof of your identity and one or more forms of evidence that you’re a member of an eligible trade. We’ll be able to arrange to send out a new Trade Card. If you’ve set up an online account, you’ll need to update your details with your new Trade Card number, which you can do by clicking here.

Here are some forms of evidence we accept:

  • Payslip from employer
  • Copy of City & Guilds or NVQ qualification
  • College enrolment certificate
  • Business card or letterhead
  • Local newspaper ad
  • Local phone directory entry
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What Proof Of Trade Do I Need?

What Proof of Trade Do I Need?

Once you've applied for your Trade Card online and have receieved your confirmation email, you'll need to nip into your local store with photo ID as well as one or more forms of the following evidence to prove your membership of your trade:

  • Payslip from employer
  • Copy of City & Guilds or NVQ qualification
  • College enrolment certificate
  • Business card or letterhead
  • Local newspaper ad
  • Local phone directory entry

Eligible Trades

Trades that are eligible for a Halfords Trace Card are as follows:
Qualified mechanic
Self-employed mechanic
Mobile mechanic
Small independent garage mechanic
Fast Fit Centre mechanic
Commercial vehicle mechanic
Police, fire or ambulance mechanic
Bus mechanic
Local authority mechanic
Recovery mechanic
College motor vehicle staff
College apprentice mechanic
Army mechanic
RAF or aviation engineer
Railway engineer / mechanic
Naval Engineer
Marine Engineer/Mechanic
Carpenter
Electrician
Plumber
Glazier
Landscaper / Fencer
Welder / Metal worker
Utilities worker
Taxi companies & drivers
Courier companies & drivers

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