Franco Manca pizza for £2.60? Um, yes please
The Eat Out to Help Out scheme has been the only plus side of the pandemic, four weeks of cheap food has truly been a blessing. And now a number of chain restaurants are continuing to offer the 50 per cent discount throughout September.
The official government scheme ends on 31st August, but some chain and independent restaurants are choosing to foot the bill themselves to offer customers 50 per cent off on food and soft drinks Monday to Wednesday during September.
These are all the restaurants continuing to offer a 50 per cent discount in September:
Harvester and Toby Carvery
Harvester and Toby Carvery are owned by the same company, Mitchell and Butlers, who are continuing to offer 50 discount in the first two weeks of September, Monday to Wednesday. Well I know where I’ll be getting my next roast from.
Pizza Pilgrims has plenty of restaurants in London and one in Oxford and so for those lucky few you can get discounted pizza in September.
Ok so there’s a running theme here, looks like we’ll all be eating pizza next month as Pizza Hut is also continuing to offer 50 per cent off throughout September.
Bill’s, who have locations nationwide, are continuing to take part in the discount by offering customers a set menu that allows them to get one course for just £10. Or you can get a two course meal for just £14.50.
Ok so this is a pretty big deal, Franco Manca have decided to continue with 50 per cent off in September on Monday to Wednesday, meaning their number one pizza is just £2.60. That’s insanely cheap, even the most expensive pizza will only cost you £4.48.
Even more Italian food is going to be consumed next month with Prezzo also offering the 50 per cent discount.
Deliveroo has announced they are launching a “Eat In to Help Out” scheme where they will be giving customers £5 off orders over £20 on Monday to Wednesday. At the moment they’re only offering the discount on independent restaurants as a way to “support the restaurant industry” but chain restaurants can join in if they foot the discount themselves.
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