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Crown Carveries logoCrown Carveries kids eat 'free' on SundaysNo voucher needed, just walk in!


Every Sunday (and on bank holiday Mondays), order an adult roast or pub classic meal at Crown Carveries (from £4.29), and get a kids' meal (under 10s, from £3.89) for free. This means a family of two adults and two children get both kids' meals free.

There's no voucher to print, simply walk in to get the offer. Crown says this is an ongoing offer, and it's available at all its restaurants.

Crown Carveries logoCrown Carveries all you can eat brekkie £4Simply walk in, no voucher needed

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Help yourself to as much bacon, sausage, eggs, toast and anything else you fancy from the breakfast counter as many times as you like for £4.

If you are vegetarian, you can also have as many Quorn sausages as you like, though unlimited mushrooms will set you back an extra 79p.

Some Carveries only serve breakfast Fri - Sun, so check the times at your nearest venue. For more info, see the Crown Carveries breakfast page. Not valid with any other offer.

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Crown Carveries logoCrown Carveries free meal for armed forcesUsually £4ish. For current and veteran Army, Navy or RAF members


Serving and former members of the armed forces can register with Crown Carveries for a free meal this Sat (28 Jun), to mark Armed Forces Day. Simply show an ID card or veterans' lapel badge, along with the voucher, which can be printed or shown on a smartphone. It's one voucher per member. 

You can choose between an all-you-can-eat breakfast, carvery (beef, gammon or turkey), pub classic (hand-battered fish, pie of the day or half roast chicken) or Quorn lasagne - all usually £4ish. 

Veterans without a lapel badge can get one by applying on the Veterans UK website. It's completely free, though the MoD says it's currently taking 4-5 weeks to be delivered, so you'll miss out this time. (Crown Carveries has run this offer for the last few years, so it may do it again in the future.)

PS. Thanks to all the armed forces from MSE. 

MSE Anna says:

The offer's to celebrate Armed Forces Day, an annual event on the last Saturday in June, now in its sixth year. For more information, visit the Armed Forces Day website or 'like' it on Facebook.

You can also use the UK Armed Forces MoneySaving Board to discuss this offer, as well as other issues and challenges specific to the armed forces.

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There's no minimum spend. Can't be used with any other offer or on drinks. Extras will be charged for.

Crown Carveries logoCrown Carveries 15% off entire billMust buy main and drink each. Print voucher or show on smartphone


Register with Crown Carveries (or sign-in to your account) and get a voucher for 15% off your food and drink bill after 7pm every Mon - Sat until Sat 19 Apr.  You must buy a drink and a main meal each to get the discount and the voucher's valid on set menus too.

Use it at nearly all branches (just not Lakeview) and one voucher’s good for a table of six.

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Max one voucher per person, though you can use it again and again. Vouchers may take up to two hours to arrive in your inbox. Excludes bank holidays.

Crown Carveries logoCrown Carveries 'free' pudding for mumsBuy a carvery after 5pm on Mother's Day

Mums get a 'free' pudding when buying a carvery this Mother's Day at Crown Carveries. There are 15 puddings to choose from, usually costing between £1.99 and £3.59, a carvery costs £7.29. No voucher's needed, simply turn up to get the offer.
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Excludes the chocolate fudge sensation and isn't valid with any other offer.

Crown Carveries logoCrown Carveries 15% off entire billMust buy main and drink each. Print voucher or show on smartphone


Register with Crown Carveries (or sign-in to your account) and get a voucher for 15% off your food and drink bill any Mon – Sat until Sat 15 Feb.  You must buy a drink and a main meal to get the discount. It's valid at all branches and one voucher’s good for a table of six. Offer excludes the breakfast menu. 

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Can't be used with any other offer or on set menus. Max one voucher per person. 

Crown Carveries logoCrown Carveries Valentine’s meal less than £8Roast, pudding and drink. Walk-in offer.


Get a Valentine’s two-course set menu at Crown Carveries for £7.49-£7.89 per person (price depends on location). Valid at most of its restaurants (see more info for exclusions) from Thu 13 - Sat 15 Feb to get it. No voucher required.

Although the savings aren’t huge (about £1), it’s still a good deal as you get a further discount off an already cheap meal.

Do book ahead as it’s likely to be busy around Valentine’s.

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Choose between apple and blackberry pie and bottomless ice cream for dessert. Veggies can opt for a Quorn lasagne instead of the roast.

Includes Stella 4, John Smith's, a 175ml glass of house wine or a regular draught soft drink each only. 

Excludes Hainton (Grimsby), White Swan (Wythall), Kings Heath (Birmingham), Walsall (Aldridge), Newbridge (Wolverhampton), Mill Farm (Cannock), Round Oak (Brierly Hill) and Old White Horse (Stourbridge) restaurants. 

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