HUNGRY Toby Carvery fans can get 50% off mains at the restaurant chain for a few days this week.
The offer rolled out yesterday and is valid until tomorrow, October 7.
The deal means an unlimited carvery meal sets you back just £3.65, instead of £7.30, although prices do vary by location.
To get the offer, you’ll need to download the free app and claim the voucher on the landing page.
Once you’ve added the offer, the voucher will appear in your “wallet”.
To then use the voucher, you’ll need to book a table in advance and Toby Carvery staff will scan the QR code before you pay.
The discount is valid on adult main meals, and excludes breakfast, kids’ meals, buffets, takeaway, delivery, click and collect, and set menus.
Drinks, sides, and desserts will also be charged at full price.
Keen to use the offer? The voucher expires at 11.59pm on October 7, so it’s best to be quick if you don’t want to miss out.
The Toby Carvery app is available to both iPhone and Android users.
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 download the Toby Carvery app for the first time, the restaurant chain will also give you 25% off mains during one visit between Monday to Friday.
The 25% discount is available for the first 28 days.
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The discount comes as many restaurant chains, including Toby Carvery, extended the Eat Out to Help Out scheme into September.
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