Steak or Ribs with Wine/Beer and Unlimited Salad for 2 at Harvester potentially £4.50 with voucher code / TCB £20 @ Groupon - HotUKDeals
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Steak or Ribs with Wine/Beer and Unlimited Salad for 2 at Harvester potentially £4.50 with voucher code / TCB £20.00 @ Groupon

£20.00 @ Groupon
New Groupon accounts. Use code for 25% off: NEW25 £10.50 for new Groupon accounts: https://www.topcashback.co.uk/groupon/ Potentially £4.50 for two people. Read More
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8m, 2d agoFound 8 months, 2 days ago
New Groupon accounts.

Use code for 25% off: NEW25

£10.50 for new Groupon accounts:

https://www.topcashback.co.uk/groupon/

Potentially £4.50 for two people.
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8m, 2d agoFound 8 months, 2 days ago
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1 Like #1
CELEBRATE code was invalid for me! Will give the new customer a go! THX
2 Likes #2
i have 10% off on my lloyds visa card. Thanks OP
1 Like #3
How you get it for £10.50 for the 2 person deal?

It only deducts £5 of the £20 making it £15??
2 Likes #4
square88
How you get it for £10.50 for the 2 person deal?

It only deducts £5 of the £20 making it £15??


I think they mean £10.50 cash back from TCB
2 Likes #5
1234orange
CELEBRATE code was invalid for me! Will give the new customer a go! THX
...Just to say sorry!! I realised i spelt it wrong, went back and spelt correctly IT DOES WORK! code CELEBRATE
#6
I dont think you can use the code AND get the cashback .
1 Like #7
pablomalin
I dont think you can use the code AND get the cashback .

Both tracked for me :)
#8
Hot but read the T&Cs carefully before going. Noone wants to end up with a £45 bill for a Harvester meal for two
#9
stevecavery
Hot but read the T&Cs carefully before going. Noone wants to end up with a £45 bill for a Harvester meal for two


We haven't been to harvester for a couple of years now. We used to go regularly, once a month at least I would say, however they seemed to increase their prices a couple of times within a couple of months and we stopped going less. The last time we went the basic fish and chips was ~£10 each, and when it came out all 3 fish were soggy in fat, no crispiness to them at all and the plate was covered in grease.

When the waitress came over we hadn't started eating, told her that it was crap, and we didn't want anything else we were just going to leave. Got up and left. As we were leaving heard her tell the chef who snapped at her and told her that's how it's supposed to be, it's their way... Yeah ok!!

If you're going to whack your prices up at least make sure the quality of what you serve is worth the price!
#10
excellent!! cheers!!
#11
kristoff1875
stevecavery
Hot but read the T&Cs carefully before going. Noone wants to end up with a £45 bill for a Harvester meal for two


We haven't been to harvester for a couple of years now. We used to go regularly, once a month at least I would say, however they seemed to increase their prices a couple of times within a couple of months and we stopped going less. The last time we went the basic fish and chips was ~£10 each, and when it came out all 3 fish were soggy in fat, no crispiness to them at all and the plate was covered in grease.

When the waitress came over we hadn't started eating, told her that it was crap, and we didn't want anything else we were just going to leave. Got up and left. As we were leaving heard her tell the chef who snapped at her and told her that's how it's supposed to be, it's their way... Yeah ok!!

If you're going to whack your prices up at least make sure the quality of what you serve is worth the price!


I don't think anyone associates harvester with quality tbh...
#12
Thanks.
TCB only tracked at £1.50 so I think you must have to follow the link from TCB to Groupon to sign up as a new member - I joined Groupon and then followed the TCB link to buy the deal. Still, £13.50 for steak, salad and drink is still cheaper than most places. Whilst Harvester certainly isn't haute cuisine it tends to be fairly reliable and fairly good value. Our youngest child is 6 and doesn't tend to eat much (anywhere, not just at Harvester!), so they usually let her share a few bits off of our plates and have the salad for free.
#13
Been a groupon member for years tried The celebrate code and got meal x 4 and a drink for £30.00 bingo cant go wrong.:D
#14
kristoff1875
stevecavery
Hot but read the T&Cs carefully before going. Noone wants to end up with a £45 bill for a Harvester meal for two


We haven't been to harvester for a couple of years now. We used to go regularly, once a month at least I would say, however they seemed to increase their prices a couple of times within a couple of months and we stopped going less. The last time we went the basic fish and chips was ~£10 each, and when it came out all 3 fish were soggy in fat, no crispiness to them at all and the plate was covered in grease.

When the waitress came over we hadn't started eating, told her that it was crap, and we didn't want anything else we were just going to leave. Got up and left. As we were leaving heard her tell the chef who snapped at her and told her that's how it's supposed to be, it's their way... Yeah ok!!

If you're going to whack your prices up at least make sure the quality of what you serve is worth the price!


They haven't increased their prices a couple of times within a couple of months. They only have a menu change every 6 months.

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