Taste Card are running an offer you won’t want to miss out on.
If you are a regular restaurant visitor or just fancy getting out more rejoice because Taste Card have released a stonking new offer that you really won’t want to miss out on, especially handy as we approach the festive season.
Not only can you save 50% off your total food bill, the cost of the Taste Card is also discounted for the first three months too – wooohooo food heaven baaaaaaaaaby!
What is Taste Card?
If you’ve never heard of Taste Card it began its life as Taste London back in 2006.
Once you’re the owner of a card you can get 50% off your total food bill or 2-for-1 offers at 6,500 restaurants around the UK.
The average user saves £500 a year using the card, so, if you’re a food lover and you also love saving money too, this is perfect for you.
They already have over 3.5 million members, making it the UK’s Number One Diner’s Club.
It’s estimated 83% of the UK population live within three miles of a Taste Card restaurant, meaning you’re never too far away from a 50% discount!
Where can I use it?
Big name chains have jumped all over this, as they want to drive custom through their doors at quieter periods of the week.
- ASK Italian
- Banana Tree
- Chino Latino
- Henry’s Cafe Bar
- La Tasca
- Marco Pierre White
- Pappa John’s
- Tiger Tiger
There are also thousands of independent restaurants available if you prefer a more authentic feel to your evening. Full details of all available restaurants are on their website.
How much is it?
This is the best bit. You can currently take a three month trial for just £1 – amazing!
The money you could save alone in that period is fantastic, however, they haven’t stopped there, if you like the card and have got plenty of use out of it on your trial you can opt for a yearly subscription for just £29.99 – that’s £74.00 off the RRP!
With Christmas looming and the inevitable extra get togethers with friends and family, it’s worth taking the three month trial anyway for the sake of a quid.
You’ll make your money back off one meal out.
It’s also hard to deny the £29.99 yearly subscription fee isn’t worthwhile too if you dine out enough.
Mine is in the post!
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