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Fridays joins Eat Out to Help Out scheme

Following the successful and safe phased reopening of its restaurants, TGI Fridays, rebranded this month to just Fridays, has confirmed that it will be taking part in the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday throughout the month of August, guests dining in one of its restaurants will automatically receive 50% off their food and non-alcoholic drinks - up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner. The discount will be available at all restaurants, excluding Fridays Jersey.

This means Fridays fans can have a full-on wing fest with boneless wings from £3.38, with steaks available from £9.87 Loaded Potato Skins, which were invented by Fridays in 1974, are bigger and better than ever before and will be a steal from £3.47. While Fridays® Sesame Chicken Strips can be enjoyed from just £3.97.

Fridays in restaurant dining is adhering to its stringent COVID-19 safety management control measures, which have been applauded by industry and ensure the safety of teams and guests.

Advanced bookings are core to keeping diners and teams safe. Guests can book their table for August now on Fridays website for tables of up to six people.

Other safety measures include social distancing queuing and management systems, hand sanitising stations and dedicated door hosts to guide and help guests.