You’ll be able to pick up a quarter of chicken for £1.85 at Nando’s next week, the chain has said.
It’s only available to people eating in, and represents an incredible 66% discount on the chain’s old prices.
The deal is and is possible thanks to a combination of the VAT cut and the new Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
The full reduction a rill run every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in August, with 50% off all food and drink items up to a total value of £10 a person when they choose to eat in.
As well as a quarter chicken, the two deals combined mean you can order a quarter Peri Peri chicken and two sides for £3.38 and Halloumi sticks and dip costs just £1.74.
Nando’s said its entire menu will be reduced, with the only exception being alcoholic drinks – which aren’t included in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
The chicken specialist has already cut across its entire food and drinks menu, with the full 12.5% VAT saving passed on.
Prices may vary slightly depending on your location – but here’s what you can expect to pay for some of your favourites:
Things are a little different for people eating inside Nando’s at the moment, though.
On its website, Nando’s said: “We’ve put a new system in place. Instead of lining up outside the restaurant, all you need to do is scan the QR code that you’ll see when you arrive, and we’ll text you when your table is ready.”
The chicken chain will also only be taking cashless payments, meaning diners will have to order and pay from their table using their phone.