The 40% discount off mains seems to be regularly available either on the Beefeater site or other voucher websites. If you are a member of their reward club you also get codes via email. At present there is also a 33% off food bill code on the vouchercodes website, and this might offer a bigger discount depending on what you order (i.e. if you order only mains, go for the 40% off mains, but if you also order starters/desserts, go for the 33% off food)
google found this but is well hidden on beefeaters main pages. used it last night just handed over number on bit of paper before asking for bill saved ourselves £15 odd quid last night result :D hope it helps some of you code finishes on thursday 4th may enjoy basil
You need to do whatever you are comfortable with and not worry about what others are doing, probably. It just seems odd to me that you would wonder about whether a certain drink or vessel might be proscribed or denied to someone based on their gender...
It’s saying that your question is a little backward looking
Beefeater - where every meal is freshly microwaved from their freezer
Posted 13th Aug 2020Posted 13th Aug 2020
Beefeater restaurant/pub email subscribers - FREE £15 to spend on any food, no min spend and £7 to spend on any drink
Received a very welcome email yesterday from Beefeater who I'd forgotten I'd signed up to years ago. Can be used any day until 28 August. Not sure if will combine with eat out to h… Read more
That quote was from their customer services, I did say that the token issued does not exclude the scheme and that it contradicts the HMRC statement. . Tough as they say just like the steak they served and no non alcoholic drinks other than the usual soft drinks.
Can anyone please send me a code I'm in beefeater now ;( (lol)
Great offer to try and get people back through the door, obviously designed to stimulate business on Thursday through sunday, when the eat out help out isnt on. I find it a bit ridiculous that people are grumbling that the offers dont stack. Using words like they have you over a barrel. No one is over a barrel, everyone that chooses to eat out can get a great deal any day of the week now. Seems people arent happy because they are hoping to stack two deals and literally pay nothing for a meal of £30.
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They refused BlueLight discount for me. They said either eat out discount or blue light :
This is 7 days a week. The government one is only for 3.
It can. The 50% upto £10 offer is not what the restaurant is providing, it's not a voucher or similar. It's provided by the government. Read the government guide. Expect a spate of deals pop up on here soon, with half price nandos etc etc ....
I'm not sure it will stack with the 50% off it says this in the t&c's Offer valid Monday - Sunday, including bank holidays. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, nor promotional set menus.
Excellent. I'm taking my kids along.. to teach them a valuable lesson in not letting food go to waste.
We are lucky because we are two adults and four children so get maximum cost-effectiveness. Our youngest son aged 8yrs calls it “breakfast heaven”. We go there as a treat. Ourlocal in Southend has a Costa Coffee machine and it really is great - unlimited and plenty of choice. We did try one in yeovil but it was big disappointment. No self serve you had to order and it was cooked for you. No pastries, awful coffee and tea. So they aren’t all the same. Last thing to point out is they will cook free Quorn sausages - just ask.
Went to the one near Teddington today, disappointing... the coffee/hot water was from a hot flask. No latte or cappuccinos available. Breakfast, you had to order and it took ages until our food came...
It's the same deal at all restaurants attached to a premier Inn and has been for years. Love 'em !
No, reread the post. They want THREE unlimited breakfasts.
It's run by the same company, so I'm surprised you've had to pay anywhere like that for defrosted chain crap. You got stung, any hotel that has the facility to offer breakfast should be serving you better. It's not even a Cornwall thing, I'm sure you could get better service for less in a b&b with character.
I'm disappointed you feel this way. You wouldn't find a better guest than me, always polite, always leaving my room spotless and on time. My point was only about my personal view on the breakfast at the adjacent pub/restaurant. I think £18 for 2 breakfasts is quite a bit and hoped for better quality. Feel free to check any of my previous posts, you will see I am only ever polite and praise people's efforts.
Had it this morning and couldn’t be further from the truth - hand cooked eggs to order, lovely colcannon style bubble and squeak and I asked for a Costa coffee from the kitchen and they were only happy to help...
Pictures are always overly produced so the finished product can rarely look as attractive, you're in a chain hotel which is serving a value buffet breakfast and you has complaints? I hope you actually paid extra for your breakfasts because as a long standing hotel worker if you'd had qustioned it's value I'd be questioning your bill before taking your opinion on board
Posted 21st Oct 2018Posted 21st Oct 2018LocalLocal
50% off mains at Beefeater when 2nd course is bought with WH Smith purchase
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Tried this yesterday, enjoyed it although no evidence of Costa Coffee. Pancakes were not great (dry from a packet) but pastries and cooked food were fine
Toby breakfast (a least in teh Eastbourne branch) is horrific recently
As far as I know, its available to anyone in any Whitbread owned restuarant (Beefeater, Brewers Fayre, Table Table, Whitbread Inns and selected unbranded restuarants). You certainly don't have to be a premier inn customer. This deal is also available in all of the above, not just beefeater.
Not necessarily single parents but parents where one is taking the kids out in the school holidays or a grandparent or 2 friends with 2 kids each meeting for breakfast etc. Me and my partner take it in turns in the holidays to take the kids out and sure lots of others do so you don't have a massive childcare bill. The headline price is based on one adult and 2 kids which works out at £9.50 / £3.17 per person as I didn't mention 2 adults.
Posted 23rd May 2018Posted 23rd May 2018
Grab a FREE* steak this Father’s Day! At Beefeater 6oz flat Iron *Good if you are planning on going. Offer based on another main meal purchase
This Father’s Day we’re serving up a FREE steak* for Dad after 5pm. All you need to do is pre-book your table and purchase another full price meal from our main menu. Because is th… Read more
Premier inn up to 2 children (15 years and under ) can eat free per paying adult purchasing a full premier inn breakfast.Were lucky enough to have a premier inn only 1/2 a mile from our house,and enjoy there breakfast quite frequently.We've taken the grandchildren before and they always like it too,Staff are good as is the food and will be going back again soon. Just to add not all premier inns are buffet like ours where you can go up and help yourselves .
Not just beefeater, the majority of premier inns offer this (beefeater, table table, brewers fayre)
Brilliant OP thx (y) (y)
Posted 4th Jan 2018Posted 4th Jan 2018
One adult breakfast and two kids breakfasts = £8.99 (£3 pp): Unlimited Cooked and Continental Breakfast + Baked pastries + Cereal + Fresh Fruit + Chilled Juices + Tea and Unlimited Costa Coffee @ Beefeater£8.99
Ongoing breakfast offer but worth a reminder as is good value for money. Breakfast for £8.99 per adult but one full paying adult gets 2 kids to eat free e.g. £3pp. For two adults a… Read more
one full paying adult gets 2 kids to eat free I don't think I could manage a full one, let alone two...........
Cheers chichi :D
You're spot on, it did! (y)
I've just stayed in Premier Inn breakfast same price and picture, thyme restaurant , assuming same chain, extra child was £4 but phone and ask they'll tell you. Travel lodge not as good no where near, £8.25 an adult with two free children, then £3.75 for extra children. Under 16 is classed as a child at both. 17 plus for adult price.