We’ve all loved a little bit of Eat Out to Help Out during August. Getting 50% off our bills, up to £10 per diner, on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday helped a lot of us to get back out to support our local restaurants, pubs and cafes. However, as we move into September, we’re bemoaning the end of the money saving scheme. Fear not. Here are nine nationwide chains that have extended their Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Popular for brunch, lunch and dinner, Bills has announced it will be continuing to run the Eat Out to Help Out scheme throughout September. Customers will receive up to 50% off when dining from its set menu.
2. Comptoir Libanais
Eat Out to Help Out has been extended at Lebanese chain restaurant Comptoir Libanais. the company is offering 50% off (up to £10 per person) when you book a table on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday in September.
3. Franco Manca
If sourdough pizza is your thing, then you will be happy to hear that Franco Manca has extended its Eat Out to Help Out offer. If you visit on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday you get 50% off your bill.
4. Hall & Woodhouse
With pubs across the country, Hall & Woodhouse has also chosen to continue offering discounts throughout September. Participating pubs are offering 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks, up to a total of £10 per person, per transaction.
5. Pizza Hut
As a family favourite, your local Pizza Hut will be offering a 2-4-1 offer on mains deal Monday to Wednesday, from 7 to 30 September.
6. Slug & Lettuce
The Slug & Lettuce chain has also extended its Eat Out to Help Out scheme. The chain is offering 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks, up to £10 per person, from Monday to Wednesday throughout September.
7. Tesco Cafe
If you love an all day breakfast or a value for money lunch, then you will be pleased to hear that the Tesco Cafe has extended its 50% discount offer. You can get everything half price to eat in or takeaway from Monday to Wednesday throughout September.
8. The Coconut Tree
Sri Lankan street food favourite, The Coconut Tree (with branches in popular destinations such as Oxford and Bristol), has also extended the 50% offer. Once again, you will save half of the cost of your bill when you eat in on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday in September.
9. The Real Greek
Famous for its cold and hot mezze, The Real Greek is helping out diners in September by offering 50% off its lunch menu or Filoxenia dinner menu in September
And the rest….
If you are quick, there are a couple of chains that are extending their discounts offers for just the start of September. Harvester is offering 50% off main meals until 9 September, and Toby Carvery is doing the same. Some other restaurants are doing their own take on the Eat Out to Help Out scheme. For example, the Wetherspoon pub chain is launching its own reduced price scheme on a range of meals and drinks each Monday to Wednesday until 11 November.
Make the most of saving with extended Eat Out to Help Out
While it’s always nice to receive money off, what you do with that saving can also be important. If you take advantage of the extended Eat Out to Help Out offers, maybe considering putting the money you have saved on your food bill into a savings account. That way you can enjoying being able to dine out cheaply, while also building up your nest egg.
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