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20% off Nando's & Subway for members of selected 'The Gym Group' gyms

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Branches that have vouchers for 20% off Nando's (till 31/12/2014) are: Ilford North Harrow Barking Free 1/4 chicken at North Harrow with 6GBP min spend Also 20% off Subway at Ealing I on… Read More
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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
Branches that have vouchers for 20% off Nando's (till 31/12/2014) are:

Ilford
North Harrow
Barking

Free 1/4 chicken at North Harrow with 6GBP min spend

Also 20% off Subway at Ealing

I only checked The Gym branches within London. Some have deals for Frankie & Benny's and other places. Those with multi-site access like me can get member vouchers for any The Gym branch!

Check what offers your local 'The Gym' has under the members vouchers section of 'my account'.
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3 Likes #1
This tie-in makes no sense.
1 Like #2
Vicious cycle. Burn fat to earn 20% off more fat.
1 Like #3
mittromney
This tie-in makes no sense.

This. Makes about as much sense as giving 20% off KFC with every subscription to Vegan Weekly Magazine!
#4
mittromney
This tie-in makes no sense.

Well I'm not complaining lol!
1 Like #5
my friend uses his NHS card thing and gets 20% off.. its not a STAFF card.. just some card most people get with NHS on it lol
#6
I've been getting 20% off for years using my NHS badge, no need to join a gym
1 Like #7
mittromney
This tie-in makes no sense.


Why not? Chicken is high in protein, low in fat and a rich source of selenium.
#8
Burn the fat then pack the fat back on via discounted food! A good way of retaining members who've magically gained weight throughout the membership period!
#9
ashraf86uk
I've been getting 20% off for years using my NHS badge, no need to join a gym

Well it's a bonus for the majority who don't work in the NHS lol!
#10
adsham
mittromney
This tie-in makes no sense.

Why not? Chicken is high in protein, low in fat and a rich source of selenium.
Thanks I forgot about chicken whilst considering chips, rice & bread.
#11
mittromney
adsham
mittromney
This tie-in makes no sense.

Why not? Chicken is high in protein, low in fat and a rich source of selenium.
Thanks I forgot about chicken whilst considering chips, rice & bread.

Anything for desert?

Let it settle before jumping back on the treadmill...

No harm in 20% off if you're already a gym member and you have the occasional Nandos but lets not pretend that the two go hand in hand.

If you're looking for a gym membership which gives 20% off chicken and chips then your heart isn't in it!
#12
mittromney
adsham
mittromney
This tie-in makes no sense.
Why not? Chicken is high in protein, low in fat and a rich source of selenium.
Thanks I forgot about chicken whilst considering chips, rice & bread.

:)
1 Like #13
E1RE
mittromney
adsham
mittromney
This tie-in makes no sense.
Why not? Chicken is high in protein, low in fat and a rich source of selenium.
Thanks I forgot about chicken whilst considering chips, rice & bread.
Anything for desert?
Let it settle before jumping back on the treadmill...
No harm in 20% off if you're already a gym member and you have the occasional Nandos but lets not pretend that the two go hand in hand.
If you're looking for a gym membership which gives 20% off chicken and chips then your heart isn't in it!


By the way, not everyone uses the gym to "lose weight", a lot use it to bulk up and build muscle. Whilst I agree things like chips are not nutritional, chicken, rice and vegetables can help to achieve these goals.

You are right though that this offer isn't the best reason for choosing a gym in the first place :)


Edited By: adsham on Dec 08, 2014 11:59

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