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There are always ways to save money at TGI Fridays, so even if there isn’t a cracking deal out there that works for you, don’t assume you can’t cut your costs further.
Ways to save include:
- Exclusive offers for email subscribers. If you sign up to the TGI Fridays email newsletter you'll receive details of regular promotions direct to your inbox.
- Download the free TGI Fridays app. You'll have access to exclusive app offers including a 'free' appetiser or kids' meal when you buy a main.
- Check out other restaurant chains. If you’re not committed to eating at TGI Fridays, see our restaurant deals page for more dine-in and takeaway offers.
- Had a problem with TGI Fridays? There’s a free online tool you can use to complain – it helps draft, manage and if necessary escalate your complaint. It’s offered by a firm called Resolver, which we like so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to TGI Fridays*.
Restaurants currently closed but can sign up now
Download the free Fridays UK rewards app to get up to six free cocktails or mocktails. You’ll get one freebie for each main course you buy, for up to six people including yourself for your birthday. It can be any standard cocktail or mocktail, but doesn't include 'ultimate cocktails'.
The reward will appear in the app seven days before your birthday – so remember to sign up more than a week in advance – and must be used on or before the expiry date shown in the app.
You'll not be able to get cocktails in Scotland due to licensing laws, and this offer is not available in Northern Ireland, and can't be used with any other discount. See full T&Cs (scroll down). Please be Drinkaware.
What if my offers expire during lockdown when restaurants are closed?
During the previous lockdown, Fridays said rewards would be extended for 30 days after restaurants reopened. We've contacted it to ask if it'll do the same this time, but it's yet to get back to us. We'll let you know here when we know more.
Latest Expired Deals
TGI Fridays FREE £6ish chick-cone starter
Via app, no purchase necessary. Bank holiday weekends onlyExpired
Download the TGI Fridays app to get a free chick-cone starter (norm from £6.49)
between Sat 29 Apr and Mon 1 May orbetween Sat 27 May and Mon 29 May (bank holiday weekends).
It's available at all 79 TGI Fridays restaurants in England, Scotland and Wales, and you don't need to buy any food or drink if you just want the freebie.
The chick-cone (pictured) is waffle cones filled with pico de gallo, spicy guacamole, Monterey Jack cheese, and cajun chicken topped with chillies.
This is an eat-in offer only, so you can't get it when ordering takeaway via Deliveroo.
IMPORTANT - THIS DEAL HAS EXPIRED
This deal has expired - you can't get it any more. We've kept it here for reference.
TGI Fridays 'Free' £6ish glass of prosecco
Voucher for 'free' glass of prosecco with every main mealExpired
Either print this TGI Fridays voucher or show it on your smartphone to get a 'free' 125ml glass of prosecco (norm £6ish) with every main course at selected restaurants, Mon-Thu until Thu 10 Dec.
It's valid on all main courses, including its Manhattan and Christmas menus, subject to availability.
Participating restaurants can be found on the voucher and in ‘more info’ below. Due to licensing laws, Scottish restaurants included in the list will substitute the prosecco with a bottomless soda. You can also request to do this at other restaurants if you’d prefer.
Please be Drinkaware.
Participating restaurants: Aberdeen (Esplanade), Basildon, Bath, Birmingham (Hagley Road), Braintree, Cardiff (City Link), Cheadle, Cheltenham, Coventry, Crawley, Cribbs Causeway, Croydon, Enfield, Fareham, Fort Kinnaird, Gateshead, Glasgow Fort, Gloucester Quays, Guildford, Halifax, High Wycombe, Jersey, Kingston, Lakeside, Leeds Birstall, Leed (Wellington Bridge Street), Mill Hill, Milton Keynes Stadium, Northampton, Norwich, Poole, Prestwich, Reading (Caversham Road), Sale, Sheffield (Tinsley), Southampton, Sutton Coldfield, Swansea, Teesside and Watford.