Morrisons Cafe extends Eat Out to Help Out discount so you can get up to 50% off ALL week


MORRISONS Cafe customers can get half price food and drink every day of the week throughout August as it extends the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

The retailer has signed up to the government’s 50 per cent off incentive, which only applies Monday through to Wednesdays until August 31.

Morrisons is offering half price meals at its cafes every day of the week in August

But the supermarket cafe has extended the offer to include Thursdays, Fridays, and weekends too.

The food outlet is also letting kids under the age of 16 eat for free, as long as the accompanying adult meal costs more than £3.25 for breakfast, or more than £4.25 for any other hot food.

Morrisons has already slashed prices to reflect a 15 per cent cut to VAT for the tourism and leisure industry.

It means an adult’s portion of fish and chips will now cost £2.25, instead of £3.75.

Meanwhile, a full English breakfast will set you back just £1.62, down from £3.75.

Pubs, restaurants and cafes registered to the scheme knock 50 per cent off the bill on the first three days of the week and then claim back the other half of the costs from the government.

But for the remaining four days of the week, Morrisons will pick up the whole tab.

Other high street chains, such as Prezzo, have also extended the deal too but by lifting the £10 per head cap.

This is the first we’ve seen where a retailer has rolled out the discount to every day of the week.

Morrisons hopes the price cuts will help “budget-conscious families to enjoy a meal out” too.

Ali Lyons, head of cafes at Morrisons, said: “We want as many customers as possible to be able to take advantage of Eat Out to Help Out.

“Many customers visit our stores later in the week, so we’re extending this offer through the week so they can enjoy half price meals too.”

The idea behind the scheme is to get Brits eating out again to boost the leisure sectors.

The discount can only be applied when customers dine-in.

Morrisons reopened all 402 of its cafes located in supermarkets so that it could offer customers’ the deal.

You can find your nearest cafe using the locator tool on its website and check out what’s on the menu.

Thousands of food outlets have registered with the scheme – you can find out where to get the discount in your local area with this postcode checker.

You should also lookout for posters in shop windows that let you know you can get money off the bill.

The scheme kicked off on Monday with hundreds of Brits starting off the week with half price breakfasts.