NANDO’S will be taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme next week – here are some examples of the discounts you’ll find.
Some of the offers available include a quarter of Peri Peri chicken for just £1.85, instead of £3.70.
Hungry diners can also pick up a quarter of Peri Peri chicken and two sides for £3.38, instead of £6.75.
If your ordering halloumi sticks and a dip, this will come to £1.73 instead of £3.45.
Or for those who are extra hungry, a ten-piece Peri Peri chicken wing roulette will cost £4.80 rather than £9.60.
You can see some examples of the savings you’ll find in the box below – however, prices may vary depending on your location.
Nando’s has confirmed to The Sun that everything on their menu, apart from alcoholic drinks, will be included in the Eat Out to Help Out offer.
Discounts only apply to customers who are eating in, so you won’t get money off if you’re taking your food away or ordering for home delivery.
KFC, McDonald’s and Wetherspoons are among the other high street chains to pass on VAT savings to customers.
Nando’s customers are already getting cheaper food after the restaurant chain slashed prices across its entire menu following a cut in VAT.
For example, it lowered the price of its quarter of Peri Peri chicken from £4.25 to £3.70.
The only exclusion is alcoholic beverages, which aren’t subject to the VAT reduction.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced he was slashing VAT for businesses in the hospitality industry from 20 per cent to 5 per cent to help entice Brits to start spending again.
If you’re thinking about having a cheeky Nando’s, use the restaurant’s store finder tool to locate your nearest branch.
The Eat Out to Help Out scheme sees diners get 50 per cent off meals and non-alcoholic drinks, up to £10 a head, throughout August.
It starts on August 3 and will run every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday until August 31.
Eat Out to Help Out isn’t available on Thursday, Friday or the weekend.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak revealed the new eat out initiative in his mini-Budget earlier this month.
There’s no limit to the number of times you can use the discount, and other vouchers and offers can be used on top.
Businesses will need to register with the scheme on Gov.uk before being able to offer the discount, as well as be Food Standards Agency approved.
The Sun has rounded up other discounts you’ll find from brands including McDonald’s, Costa Coffee and KFC.
The government has launched a new postcode checker so you can see which places near you offer Eat Out to Help Out.
A new app has also been launched to help you locate participating restaurants, pubs and cafes.