£5 Off a £25 spend on Food & Drink from 12pm each day at Harvester
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£5 Off a £25 spend on Food & Drink from 12pm each day at Harvester

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Found 6th Jun 2016
Just enter your email address and you'll get your voucher for £5.00 off food and drink bills over £25.00.

It's valid Every day from 12pm until the 30th June!

Just in time for Fathers Day and you can use this voucher more than once too!
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Please show this voucher in any Harvester to receive a £5 discount on any … Please show this voucher in any Harvester to receive a £5 discount on any order for food and drink worth over £25. You can use this voucher as often as you want after 12pm from 2nd June 2016 to 30th June 2016.

But can you use it with other offers??? Never pay full price here, as there is always an offer to use.
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(PERSONAL OPINION, before people get the defensive plays out!)

I found the food in harvester over rated from 5 years ago when i first tried it, i have been since then between 5-10 times and found the food has progressively got worse.
The 'free' salad bar is horrendous and last time i was there i ordered half a chicken (around the £11 mark) and got a dry wood pigeon size portion

Rant over but wouldn't go back even if they offered free food "/
In recent months harvester prices have been put up a lot, they are trying to make it more up market with extra sauces and olives on the 'salad bar'. Harvester has always been an everyday sort of place to get a reasonably priced meal, not impressed with their attempt to increase prices.
this is good - Halifax do a cashback deal as well. So that should at least stack
Also my local gives a 20% off next visit voucher on the back of your receipt.
My harvesters tries to be BBQ place though. Chicken & Ribs
Never been back because they wouldnt take our 20% coupon off
santander also offer cashback at harvester if bought on a 123 card.

santander also offer cashback at harvester if bought on a 123 card.



This is account specific, it doesn't show on mine but I do have 15% with nationwide and 5% with Halifax
It can not be used with any other offer, including the £6.99/£7.99/£10.99 meal deal
Dont forget theres a 20% off voucher for AA member rewards off of food and drink.

(PERSONAL OPINION, before people get the defensive plays out!) I found … (PERSONAL OPINION, before people get the defensive plays out!) I found the food in harvester over rated from 5 years ago when i first tried it, i have been since then between 5-10 times and found the food has progressively got worse. The 'free' salad bar is horrendous and last time i was there i ordered half a chicken (around the £11 mark) and got a dry wood pigeon size portion Rant over but wouldn't go back even if they offered free food "/


Same here. Last time I visited ordered sirloin steak which was impossible to chew, the replacement was just as bad. Waiting staff encouraged me to complain 'cause apparently the chef had switched suppliers and buying crap. In addition my wife's pigeon - sorry, half-chicken - could not be served with mash 'cause it had been replaced with garlic mash - which was rank even to me who eats raw garlic. Never been back for nearly an year now and won't be going there in a hurry until they start serving simple proper mash and stop forcing customers to pay extra to swap sides.
Free bottle of Bulmers see HERE hope this helps some people :-)
Fathers day, the only thing more pathetic than mothers day
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(PERSONAL OPINION, before people get the defensive plays out!) I found … (PERSONAL OPINION, before people get the defensive plays out!) I found the food in harvester over rated from 5 years ago when i first tried it, i have been since then between 5-10 times and found the food has progressively got worse. The 'free' salad bar is horrendous and last time i was there i ordered half a chicken (around the £11 mark) and got a dry wood pigeon size portion Rant over but wouldn't go back even if they offered free food "/



​same here! the value and quality have both got worse! would never go here again.
Quality can't get any lower, sent our meals back last time and walked out.
Typical. Mothers day offer was a lot better (£10 off and free glass of wine).
All the negi Harvester comments are funny to read. They're all "incident specific".
Although Harvester food isn't exactly gourmet, its bloody good value. With free salad and free unlimited refill soft drinks... how can you complain over price!?
I'm a Harvester regular up and down the country when I am travelling, and although they are not exempt from a complaint or two from myself over the years... I still go back because it is wholeheartedly worth it.
I think some of you expect too much.

Also, back on topic, as pointed out further up, you should NEVER pay full price at Harvester as there is near enough always a deal going on. Check Vouchercloud etc or they sometimes have their own deals (I.e. this one) on their own site.

Put it this way, a couple can dine for £20-25 and be absolutely stuffed without ordering a starter. Bad value my a*se...
Edited by: "xCxS" 7th Jun 2016

Fathers day, the only thing more pathetic than mothers day



Bet your parents are well proud of you...
Never been back since they "improved " the menu and removed all the good stuff
The "i want it all" share platter is lovely, and although i got a bad one once, its usually spot on. £26 shared between 3 people (2 adults and a toddler) is not too bad price wise, and with this £5 off its even better

All the negi Harvester comments are funny to read. They're all "incident … All the negi Harvester comments are funny to read. They're all "incident specific". Although Harvester food isn't exactly gourmet, its bloody good value. With free salad and free unlimited refill soft drinks... how can you complain over price!?I'm a Harvester regular up and down the country when I am travelling, and although they are not exempt from a complaint or two from myself over the years... I still go back because it is wholeheartedly worth it.I think some of you expect too much. Also, back on topic, as pointed out further up, you should NEVER pay full price at Harvester as there is near enough always a deal going on. Check Vouchercloud etc or they sometimes have their own deals (I.e. this one) on their own site.Put it this way, a couple can dine for £20-25 and be absolutely stuffed without ordering a starter. Bad value my a*se...


I would have agreed with you until recently, before the recent new menu the price of a meal was an average of £8 but now hardly anything on the menu is less than £10. If I am paying £10 for a meal then I may as well pay another couple of quid for a decent meal in an independent restaurant.

As far as I am concerned Harvester has always been a convenience food outlet and their attempts to dress it up as something more and hike the prices just makes it less interesting. I tend to be looking for reasonable low cost meals when we can't be bothered to cook or something nice on a special occasion. Harvester has now positioned themselves to be neither so we haven't been back.

Our nearest Harvester is next to ADSA so we would tend to go shopping and have a meal there, we have stopped now, not because of any complaint about the food or anything, just simply they are trying to be something they are not and priced themselves out of the convenience market. There are plenty of other places near us that offer meals for £8 or less so we simply go to them now.
Edited by: "Going_Digital" 7th Jun 2016

I would have agreed with you until recently, before the recent new menu … I would have agreed with you until recently, before the recent new menu the price of a meal was an average of £8 but now hardly anything on the menu is less than £10. If I am paying £10 for a meal then I may as well pay another couple of quid for a decent meal in an independent restaurant.As far as I am concerned Harvester has always been a convenience food outlet and their attempts to dress it up as something more and hike the prices just makes it less interesting. I tend to be looking for reasonable low cost meals when we can't be bothered to cook or something nice on a special occasion. Harvester has now positioned themselves to be neither so we haven't been back.Our nearest Harvester is next to ADSA so we would tend to go shopping and have a meal there, we have stopped now, not because of any complaint about the food or anything, just simply they are trying to be something they are not and priced themselves out of the convenience market. There are plenty of other places near us that offer meals for £8 or less so we simply go to them now.



Fair point and thanks for not starting a ridiculous keyboard argument like most do haha!
I fully get you though, I much preferred it prior to the menu changes, but I have grown to adapt to it now and I have no real issues aside from the burgers being nothing like the quality they were a few years ago.
Have you tried Flaming Grill as an alternative?
Our lass loves that place and since she showed me, I fell in love with it too.
They always have stupid deals on like 30/40% off (again, check Vouchercloud) and the one we go to is impeccable for the price.
Tried to use voucher today & was rejected ??
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