Over 32,000 restaurants sign up to Eat Out to Help Out scheme

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Thursday, July 23rd, 2020

More than 32,000 restaurants across the UK have now signed up to the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme.


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It’s not just restaurants who are eligible – the scheme is open to all establishments that sell food for consumption on the premises; such as hotels, leisure centres and office canteens.



Eligible establishments can register now, and businesses are encouraged to sign up early, so they are ready to use the scheme when it starts on 3 August.

Businesses using the scheme will offer a 50% reduction, up to a maximum of £10 per person, to all diners who eat and/or drink-in on Mondays to Wednesdays throughout August.

Alcohol is excluded from the offer.



Customers do not need a voucher as participating establishments will simply deduct the discount from their bill, and reclaim the discounted amount through an online service.

Claims can be made on a weekly basis and will be paid into bank accounts within five working days.

Businesses must wait seven days from registration to make their first claim.

Outlets which have already registered will start to receive window stickers this week, so customers can start looking out for the logo.



Registered outlets will be listed on a new online Restaurant Finder which will be available soon on GOV.UK.

Further information for businesses, including how to register and make a claim, is available online.


Businesses can also get the latest information by joining HMRC’s brand-new Eat Out to Help Out live webinars or watch a recording on HMRC’s YouTube channel.

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