TOBY Carvery is bringing back its kids eat for £1 meal deal for the October half term.A kids carvery from the pub chain typically costs £4.99, meaning
TOBY Carvery is bringing back its kids eat for £1 meal deal for the October half term.
A kids carvery from the pub chain typically costs £4.99, meaning parents save £3.99.
To get the deal, you’ll need to order any adult main dish, Monday to Wednesday, from October 19 until October 28.
The voucher, which you’ll need to show to your cashier when paying, can be found in the “offers” section of the app.
An adult carvery costs around £8.99 although prices vary depending on the branch.
If your little one doesn’t fancy carvery, the £1 deal also covers all other children’s mains.
Other mains include sausages and giant Yorkshire pudding, mac and cheese, chicken nuggets, tomato and meatball pasta and a chicken burger.
The deal doesn’t include breakfast or takeaway options, and is only for children aged 12 or under.
Up to four adults and four kids can use the offer at one time, but it can’t be redeemed on top of any other discount.
Toby Carvery has 158 restaurants in the UK. To find your nearest one and to book a table, check out its branch locator tool.
If you sign up to the free Toby Carvery newsletter for the first time, the restaurant chain will give you 25% off mains during one visit between Monday to Friday.
The 25% discount is available for the first 28 days – but remember, it can’t be used on top of the £1 kids meals offer.
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