Then you are in luck as several fast food restaurants in and around Doncaster have signed up to a new government scheme which gives customers 50 per cent off their bills for food and non-alcoholic drinks, up to a maximum of £10 off per person, every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
The state-backed Eat Out to Help Out initiative runs throughout August, and is designed to give the struggling hospitality industry a shot in the arm while encouraging people to venture out to pubs, cafés and restaurants again.
The food and drink must be consumed on the premises, not taken away, and businesses can claim the cost of the discount back from HMRC.
Take a look at ten chains, including Subway and Taco Bell, which are taking part.
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