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Fayre and Square logoFayre & Square 'free' birthday wineWhen you buy 2 main meals. Via 'Email Club' newsletter

Ongoing

Sign up to the free Fayre & Square 'Email Club' to get one free bottle of house wine for your birthday when you buy two main meals. You'll need to be over 18 and sign up at least 28 days before your birthday, otherwise your voucher might not arrive. 

What else can I get with this offer?

You'll also get a £5 off voucher when you sign up to the newsletter, which can be used when two adults purchase main meals. You can't use either offer on Father's Day, Mother's Day, Bank Holidays, Valentine's Day, Christmas Day or New Year's Eve.

What about the loyalty card?

You can also sign up to the Fayre & Square 'Reward Card' by picking up a card in store and downloading the loyalty app. When you register it online you'll get 200 free points, you'll collect five points per £1 spend and when you have 250 points you can get a £2.50 discount with your card. You can use points vouchers with other vouchers, see full T&Cs.

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Fayre and Square logoFayre & Square kids eat for £1Sign up to newsletter and print voucher

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If you sign up to the newsletter at Fayre & Square, you can print a voucher to use in the restaurant to get a kids main free (usually £3.50-£4ish) when an adult orders a main meal until Sun 4 Sep. Children must be aged between 3 and 8-years old.

There's no max number of people per table, just as long as there's one adult per child - so two adults means two children can eat for £1. 

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Fayre and Square logoFayre & Square Valentine's meal £13 eachThree courses and wine. No voucher needed

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Get three courses and a glass of rosé wine or a soft drink for £12.99 per person (saving up to £5 each) at Fayre & Square

No need for a voucher, just walk into (or book) any of its restaurants from Thu 13 - Sun 16 Feb and ask for the Valentine's set menu.

This offer isn't just for love birds, a group of any size can use it.  Fayre & Square says the set menu is the same at all branches except the Longshoot in Nuneaton, Warwickshire.

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Includes a 175ml glass of  Echo Falls White Zinfandel, Pepsi, Diet Pepsi or lemonade only. Can't be used with any other offer or promotion.

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