The initiative was announced earlier this month in the House of Commons by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak.
The ‘eat out help out’ discount applies to everyone in the UK, including Northern Ireland, and is designed to breathe much needed life back into the economy amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and according to the Treasury it will help to safeguard up to 1.6 million jobs.
“To encourage people to safely return to eating out at restaurants, the government’s new eat out to help out discount scheme will provide a 50% reduction for sit-down meals from Monday to Wednesday every week throughout August 2020,” said Chancellor Sunak on July 8.
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It will be valid at 130,000 cafés, restaurants and pubs across the UK and equate to 50% off, up to a max discount of £10 per head and children are included.
The discount, which does not apply to alcohol, can be used an unlimited number of times from Monday to Wednesday throughout August.
Participating restaurants and pubs can apply to the government to be reimbursed for the 50% discount via a soon to be launched online portal.
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