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  • Convert Tesco Clubcard points into Tesco Reward Partners vouchers* and on many attractions you get two-times the vouchers' face value to use on tickets, for example £5 in points converts into £10-worth of vouchers. They can be used at theme parks, wildlife parks and more.

    Here are some of the theme parks you can select:

    Alton Towers
    Blackpool Pleasure Beach
    Chessington
    Drayton Manor
    Legoland
    Thorpe Park

     

    And some of the other attractions:

    Eden Project
    Blackpool Zoo
    Longleat Safari
    National Sea Life, Birmingham
    Sea Life, Blackpool

    For how to fully maximise Clubcard points, see the Boost Tesco Clubcard guide.

  • Culture vultures can stroll through the history of dinosaurs, find out about forensics or see the evolution of toys at more than 200 free museums and galleries. These include:

    RAF Museum in Hendon, London

    Walk through five buildings with aircraft, artefacts, aviation memorabilia and photos of the history of aviation. MoneySaver J McEntee said:

    "This is a fantastic museum. It is very child-friendly with lots of interactive things for children to do. There are picnic areas both inside and outside the museum if you want to bring your own food and snacks. Great for families and all ages."

    House of Marbles between Exeter and Plymouth, Devon

    See marbles and glass being made, with handmade artisan glass marbles and trinkets on display. Enjoy interactive marble runs including the largest in the UK. MoneySaver Jamie M said:

    "There's loads to see and do, including watching the artisans at work. There's a restaurant but also space outside to eat, and the gift shop is mesmerising for kids."

    Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester

    Explore the city's industrial and scientific history through its collections. MoneySaver Irene Djan said:

    "Went with the family (10yr old & 3yr old) and can't fault it! Staff were friendly and well informed and the activities, exhibitions and demonstrations were fantastic."

    National Museum Cardiff

    Be a part of Welsh history from early periods to the present day, including archaeology and geology. MoneySaver Rebecca M said:

    "It has loads of different things to see, including a brilliant geology and dinosaur section, as well as a hands-on room where you can handle exhibits. The art collection is superb too with lots of impressionist paintings and pieces by very famous artists."

  • If you register with Days Out Guide and buy a National Rail ticket, you can get 2for1 entry to 250+ UK attractions, including Thorpe Park, Kew Gardens, Chessington World of Adventures, Alton Towers and Legoland Windsor (see the full attractions list). You must pre-book the attraction tickets online – though confusingly, the 2for1 is only valid on full-price tickets, so you can't get 2for1 on the usually-cheaper 'advance' price.

    How to get 2for1

    • Choose which attraction you want to visit at the Days Out Guide website and you'll be given a 2for1 code.
    • Go via Days Out Guide to the attraction's own website and use the code to book two full-price tickets online.
    • On arrival at the attraction, you'll need to present your tickets alongside a valid train ticket (one for the station nearest the attraction) dated for the same day. Only one discount voucher may be used per two people. You must print your ticket – those shown on a phone will not be accepted. 

    If you don't present a valid train ticket at the attraction on the day, you'll be required to purchase your second ticket on the gate.

    Check if booking online without this deal is cheaper

    The 2for1 is based on the 'on the day' gate price (despite needing to book online), and these can be over-inflated at some attractions compared to the online advance price, which can be much cheaper at some venues – so always compare prices first.

    We've picked out a few of the top attractions and compared the total cost of getting 2for1 tickets via this deal and the total price of simply booking in advance.

    Attraction  Total 2for1 price with this offer Total advance price for 2 adults booking normally
    Alton Towers £68 £72
    Thorpe Park £64 £66
    Chessington £64 £66
    Legoland Windsor £66 £68
    Kew Gardens £17 £34
    Warwick Castle £39 £52
    St Paul's Cathedral £23 £41


    While for some the 2for1 saves a decent amount, for other attractions it's the same or very close to the advance price – and of course you need to factor in the cost of train tickets, to decide whether this deal is worth it or not.

    What if I live near the attraction/am travelling by other means?

    If you're not travelling by train but this deal would still work out cheaper for you, you can buy a cheap single ticket (usually for a couple of quid) to the nearest station to your attraction – just get a train ticket from the next station along.

    Other need-to-knows

    • You can visit multiple attractions on the same day that your rail ticket is valid, so if you're travelling to 'London Terminals', you can go to several attractions in London on the same day.
    • Electronic ticket barriers can sometimes retain your ticket (especially if it's a single), so to make sure you don't lose your proof of travel, ask a member of the station staff at a manned gate to help you through.
    • Excludes Oyster cards, Freedom Passes, DLR, bus, Eurostar, Heathrow Express and tickets and travelcards bought from London Underground.
    • This deal can't be used with other offers or promotions. However, Railcard-discounted National Rail tickets are valid for the offer.

    Visit the full Days Out Guide terms and conditions for more.

  • You don't have to be out in the countryside to get a taste of rural life. Your little ones can make furry or feathery friends by visiting local children's farms, even in the big cities.

    It's best to check the farm's website before you go as some require you to book, especially during school holidays. Some farms will ask for an optional donation.

    While we can't check the whole of the UK, here are a few farms we spotted that are free to enter:

    • Deen City Farm near Wimbledon, South-West London. Open Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays from 10am to 4.30pm. Booking is recommended, and essential during school holidays.
    • Stonebridge City Farm in Nottingham. Open every day from 10am to 4.15pm. No need to book.
    • Bath City Farm near Bath. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 9am to 4pm and Sunday from 9.30am to 4pm. No need to book.
    • Surrey Docks Farm in South-East London. Open every day from 10am to 4pm. Booking is required for groups.
    • Vauxhall City Farm in Vauxhall, South London. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10.30am to 4pm. Booking required for groups of eight or more.
  • If your kids love animals, this could make a great free day out. Pet products retailer, Pets at Home, is running totally free 'My Pet Pals' workshops for kids in most of its 450+ stores from 2pm each day from Saturday 25 May until Sunday 2 June (find your nearest store). You'll just need to book your place online by filling in a form.

    Sessions last for 45 minutes and children will be able to learn about and interact with small animals, as well as receive an activity sheet and a certificate for taking part. Activities will differ from store to store – you can check what’s happening and where via the link above.

    Children do not need to bring anything as all materials will be provided. Children of all ages are welcome, but sessions are designed for kids aged 5-11 years and they will need to be supervised at all times by a parent or guardian. You need to book online for your chosen store, date and time.

    See cheap days out for more ways to save on family fun.

  • If you go online to Dobbies Garden Centre (find your nearest store), you can book your child a place on its free workshops for 4-10-year-olds, Little Seedlings, which run on the first Sunday of every month, and during school holidays, at its stores across the UK (excluding a few locations).

    You can book the next event which runs on Sunday 2 June online via this link. Just select the location you'd like to attend and fill in the booking form.

    Little Seedlings workshops get children planting and learning about nature and wildlife. Each workshop is on a different topic and lasts around 45-60 minutes. Children will be given a welcome pack containing stickers and a folder to store the activities each month. There’s also an attendance card and each child will receive a certificate after their third, sixth and twelfth workshops. 

    It's told us parents will need to stay with their children during the workshops.

    See cheap days out for more ways to save on family fun.

Free sport & fitness

  • Girls aged 11-16 years old can get totally free fitness classes at Nuffield Health clubs (find your nearest) when signing up to its Move Together scheme. The classes are designed to get young girls engaged and enjoying physical activity, as well as building confidence.

    To take part, check Nuffield Health online to find your nearest class, then sign up or log in to book your free class. It doesn't matter if parents are members of Nuffield Health – any girl can take part in the free sessions, although parents will need to consent to participation for girls aged 11 and 12 years old.

    Classes are between 45 minutes to one hour long, and are a mixture of cardio and weights. Nuffield Health told us there are over 100 sessions per week across the clubs, and classes vary from circuits to Zumba, and yoga to HIIT. All classes include a warm-up and cool down. 

  • Children aged 4 to 14 can take part in weekly timed 2K runs in parks all over the UK on Sunday mornings (usually at 9am). A parent or guardian will need to accompany a child under 11 to and from the event, and can take part as well. Children can walk, jog, skip or run the course. See Junior Parkrun FAQs.

    Children any age are also welcome at the free weekly timed 5K runs on Saturday mornings, but these are usually busier.

  • Update Wednesday 22 May: Despite this deal running until Sunday 14 July, many of the sessions are now fully booked. In some cases, you can join a waiting list should a spot become available. Some locations still have limited availability so book quickly to avoid disappointment.  

    This deal is Golden Arches meets Golden Balls... McDonald's has partnered with UK football associations to run a series of free football sessions for kids aged 5-11.

    If your child has a goal of being the next David Beckham or Leah Williamson, you can score these free coaching lessons now (excluding Northern Ireland, which will launch later on). The sessions are taking place at over 1,500 locations on selected dates from Saturday 6 April until Sunday 14 July, and include one-hour coaching each week from FA-qualified coaches.

    Update: Sessions for England and Wales can be booked now. However, McDonald's told us there is currently a technical issue with Scotland bookings, which it said it is working to fix. Sessions for Northern Ireland are not available yet but McDonald's says they will launch 'before summer', and we'll update here when they do.

    There's no obligation to buy or eat anything at McDonald's in order to get these sessions – they're totally free to attend – you just need to pre-book online by filling in the form at McDonald's 'Fun Football' and selecting which centre you'd like to attend.

    You can register for up to five children, and it's mainly aimed at those who aren't currently playing, with sessions focussing on basic footballing technique. You'll need to provide your own suitable footwear and football clothing. Pan-disability and visual impairment sessions will also be available.

    McDonald's told us kids can attend as many sessions as they please (there's no limit on attendance), but slots are booked on a first-come, first-served basis so go quick if there's a certain date or time you want to attend. 

    See McDonald's for full terms & conditions and frequently asked questions.

    Football not your preferred sport? See how you can get free tennis lessons.

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Kids' restaurant deals

The cost of filling hungry tums, especially in restaurants, can soon add up. Yet you can sometimes enjoy a meal out and feed the kids for a fraction of the price. With some restaurant offers, you can just walk in – with others you'll need to register and print a voucher off first.

  • Kids aged 16 or under can eat for £1 when dining in at any Asda café (find your nearest). There's no minimum spend or purchase required, and this deal is valid all day, seven days a week.

    Asda told us there's a maximum of one meal per child, per day. The kids' menu includes dishes such as fish fingers, all-day breakfast and chicken nuggets which would normally cost £3.20. Kids can choose from either a hot or cold meal, and now all meals come with a piece of fruit.

    For babies under 18 months, you can get one 70g free pouch of Ella’s Kitchen baby food as part of this deal.

    See our Restaurant deals and vouchers page for other dining out deals.

    See all deals: Asda (8 deals)
  • Up to two children aged under 16 can eat a 'free' breakfast at any Beefeater restaurant (find your nearest) when accompanied by an adult buying an unlimited cooked breakfast.

    This offer is valid during breakfast hours every day of the week and there is no code needed to claim this deal, it's automatically applied to the bill. Brewers Fayre told us this is an ongoing deal with no specific end date. 

    An unlimited adult cooked breakfast costs £9.99, so if a family of four have breakfast, it would work out at around £5 per head.

    Kids can choose from either a full cooked breakfast including bacon, sausages (meat or vegan options), eggs, hash browns, beans, cooked tomatoes, mushrooms and black pudding. Or they can opt for a continental selection including toast, yoghurt, porridge and pastries.

    This deal is also available at all Premier Inn hotels and its integrated or adjoining Whitbread restaurants including Bar + Block, Brewers Fayre, Table Table, and Whitbread Inns.

    Check out our Restaurant deals page for the latest offers. 

    See all deals: Beefeater (4 deals)
  • If you dine in at Bella Italia (find your nearest), little ones can eat for free all day on Thursdays when an adult main is purchased from the 'A La Carte' menu. Kids can also eat for £1 on Sunday to Wednesday between 4pm-6pm, again when an adult main meal is purchased.

    Bella Italia told us there is no code needed to claim this deal, this is automatically applied to your bill. You can get one free or £1 kids meal for each accompanying adult that buys a main. Kids will be able to get a starter, main, pudding and Cawston pressed juice. Kids meals usually cost between £6.49 and £8.49.

    This offer is not available at restaurants within Center Parcs, Edinburgh Northbridge, Milton Keynes Stadium on event days, London Cranbourn St, Irving St, Queensway 110, Queensway 55, St Martins Lane, Strand, South Kensington, Shaftesbury Avenue and Wellington Street. 

    This cannot be used alongside any other offer, set menu, voucher or Tesco Clubcard deal, and is a dine-in only offer. There is currently no end date to this deal. 

    Check out our Restaurant deals page for the latest offers. 

    See all deals: Bella Italia (4 deals)
  • If you dine in at a Bill's restaurant (find your nearest), during May half term you can get a free kids' meal (normally £6.95) when purchasing an adult main meal (breakfast, lunch or dinner). This deal runs on weekdays only from restaurant opening time on Monday 27 May until closing on Friday 31 May.

    Up to two kids can get a free meal when an adult orders a full-price main whether that's from the breakfast, brunch or all day menu. The free kids' meal comes with a main, side and dessert. The following items are some main meals available on the kids' menu: buttermilk pancakes, mac & cheese, and fish fingers & chips.

    There's no code needed as this offer is automatically applied to your bill. This cannot be used alongside another deal or discount code and doesn't apply to set menus.

    See more places kids can eat for free.

    See all deals: Bills (4 deals)
  • Up to two children aged under 16 can eat a 'free' breakfast at any Brewers Fayre restaurant (find your nearest) when accompanied by an adult buying an unlimited cooked breakfast.

    This offer is valid during breakfast hours every day of the week and there is no code needed to claim this deal, it's automatically applied to the bill. Brewers Fayre told us this is an ongoing deal with no specific end date. 

    An unlimited adult cooked breakfast costs between £9.99-£10.50 (depending on location), so if a family of four have breakfast, it would work out a around £5 per head.

    Kids can choose from either a full cooked breakfast including bacon, sausages (meat or vegan options), eggs, hash browns, beans, cooked tomatoes, mushrooms and black pudding. Or they can opt for a continental selection including toast, yoghurt, porridge and pastries.

    This deal is also available at all Premier Inn hotels and its integrated or adjoining Whitbread restaurants including Bar + Block, Beefeater, Table Table, and Whitbread Inns.

    Check out our Restaurant deals page for the latest offers. 

    See all deals: Brewers Fayre (3 deals)
  • Dine out as a family for under £20 when you head to any Brewers Fayre from Tuesday 28 May until Friday 7 June between 12pm and 6pm. Families of four can get two adult main meals from £9.99 and two kids' main meals for £4.99 each. 

    There's no voucher needed – just visit your nearest restaurant and make sure the adult mains you order are from the Daytime Value menu. Kids' mains cost £4.99, bringing the total to £19.97.

    Some of the dishes on the Daytime Value menu include gammon steak and sweet potato and spinach curry, while the kids' menu is a three-course meal, including a starter, main and dessert. 

    Check out our Restaurant deals page for the latest offers. 

    See all deals: Brewers Fayre (3 deals)
  • If you head to your local Dobbies Garden Centre restaurant (find your nearest store), kids can eat for free when an adult main meal is purchased (£8.95-£11.75). There's no code needed, this is automatically applied to your bill. 

    This deal is available daily from restaurant opening time, but this may vary depending on location. There is currently no end date for this offer but we’ll update you here if that changes.

    Kids can choose from the children's breakfast and lunch menu, which includes hot food, as well as the pick & mix box – both are served with a drink. Kids' meals usually cost £5.20. There's no limit to how many free meals can be claimed either, so for every adult main meal purchased, one free kids' lunch main or box is redeemable.

    This offer is not available in any of the 'Little Dobbies' stores, and the following Dobbies’ stores: Andover, Lelant, Marple, Reading, York and Anchorwood.

    See our Restaurant deals and vouchers page for other dining out deals.

    See all deals: Dobbies (2 deals)
  • If you're visiting a Dunelm* (find your nearest*) and fancy a bite to eat, head to its in-store café, Pausa, and kids can eat for 'free' when an adult spends £4. 

    No code is required, the promotion is automatically applied to the bill. This offer is available in all Pausa Cafés across the UK every day of the week, from opening until cafés close. Dunelm told us this is an on-going deal with no end date.

    The 'free' kids' meal includes a main (example dishes include a jacket potato with cheese, chicken & pesto wrap, or a cheese pizza), as well as two snacks and a drink. This would usually cost up to £5.25. 

    The £4 spend must be made in the Pausa Café (not Dunelm) and the deal applies to the entire kids' menu. One child can eat for free with every £4 spent, so if you spend £8 then two children can claim a free meal. 

    See our Restaurant deals for more ways to save.

    See all deals: Dunelm (2 deals)
  • If you dine in at a Frankie & Benny's restaurant (find your nearest) during May half term, kids can eat for free when you purchase an adult main meal.

    No voucher is needed to claim, Frankie & Benny's told us you'll just need to let staff know at the point of ordering that you'd like to redeem this offer. This offer is valid on weekdays only from opening on Tuesday 28 May until restaurant closing time on Friday 31 May.

    Frankie & Benny's told us a kids' meal would usually cost from £8.30, but this can differ depending on your location. You can get one kids' meal for each adult meal purchased, and there's no limit to how many can be claimed per table.

    The adult mains must come from the main or gluten-free menus, while a kids' meal counts as any dish from the kids' menu. The code's not valid on the breakfast, set menu or event menus.

    This offer can't be used alongside any other deal and it's not valid at Frankie & Benny’s airport locations and Praed Street restaurant. This offer may not be valid at event restaurants, so Frankie & Benny's advises you call ahead and check if you want to redeem the offer at any of these (The Strand, Wembley Designer Outlet, Cardiff St David’s, Greenwich O2, Sheffield Meadowhall, Oxford, Manchester Printworks, and Sheffield). 

    See more restaurant deals where kids can eat for free.

  • If you dine in at a Fridays* restaurant (find your nearest*) any day of the week and at all times of the day, children aged 12 and under can eat for free if you're signed up to its Stripes Rewards app* and purchase a full-price adult main meal. The Fridays Rewards app is available for free on iPhone and Android

    This offer is available for new and existing members of the Rewards app. You'll need to select the 'kids eat free' deal found in the app, tap redeem and a code will appear. Show this code to your server when ordering.

    Kids will be able to get dishes from either the 'Little League' or 'Major League' section of the TGI Fridays’ kids’ menu which include chicken tenders or a hot dog which would usually cost between £5.65-£8.20 depending on your location.

    This offer is available at all UK Fridays restaurants, excluding Northern Ireland, and can only be used when eating in store (not available for click & collect or delivery). You can get one free kids' meal for each full-price adult main meal purchased. You can't use this offer alongside other promotions.

    Fancy eating somewhere out? Check out our Restaurant deals page for the latest offers. 

    See all deals: TGI Fridays (3 deals)
  • If you go into your local Hungry Horse pub (find your nearest) on a Monday, kids can eat from £1 when an adult purchases a main meal (normally £7.29-£8.49). There's no code or voucher needed, the discount is applied automatically. There's no end date for this deal – it's currently an ongoing offer. 

    With this deal, children can choose from either a small chicken burger or kids' lasagne for £1. The build your own tacos, large chicken strips meal, mini fish & chips, dirty beef burger, large chicken burger, kids' chilli and large chicken wings will be slightly more at £1.50.

    This offer includes a main meal only, so if you want to do the meal deal and add a drink and pudding, this will increase the price up to £3 or £3.50, depending on their main meal option. 

    Kid's meals usually cost between £3.69 and £4.29. 

    This is valid all day on Mondays and includes Bank Holidays, too. Up to two children can eat with one adult paying full price. The offer cannot be used alongside the adult steak Monday deal and is for dine-in only.

    See Hungry Horse website for full T&Cs.

    Check out our Restaurant deals page for the latest offers. 

    See all deals: Hungry Horse (3 deals)
  • If you visit an Ikea store with a restaurant from 11am on Saturday to Thursdays (find your nearest), kids can eat a main meal from 95p. There's no minimum spend required and Ikea told us this deal is ongoing. It excludes Fridays. 

    Kids will be able to get either cheese and tomato pasta with a drink for 95p (usually £2.20 with a drink included) or a meal for £1.50 which includes fruit and a soft drink (usually £2.50).

    You don't need to be an Ikea Family member either to claim this deal.

    This offer is available at all Ikea stores nationwide but excludes the Aberdeen Order & Collection Point. While stocks last. Subject to availability.

    Check out our Restaurant deals page for the latest offers. 

    See all deals: Ikea (3 deals)
  • If you're visiting a Morrisons Café (find your nearest*), you can get a free kids' meal (normally costing £3.50) when purchasing an adult main meal for £4.50 or more. The offer is valid every day, all times of the day until cafés close. Morrisons has confirmed this is an ongoing offer, but we'll update you here if that changes. This offer isn't valid on café specials. 

    The free kids' meal comes with a piece of fruit and Tropicana kids' orange or apple drink or bottle of water to drink. Kids can choose between a hot meal on the café kids menu or a pick 'n' mix style meal, including a sandwich, snack and drink. The following items are some main meals available on the café kids' menu:

    • Macaroni cheese 
    • Bangers and mash
    • Fish fingers and chips 
    • Chicken nuggets, chips and peas

    See our Restaurant deals for more ways to save.

    • Only one free meal from the kids' menu with any one adult meal with a value of £4.49 or over.
      Extra portions or trade-ups are not included in the £4.99 minimum value.
      Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer except Teatime Meal Deal.
      The child must be under 16 years of age and present at the time of purchase.

      This is available at all 402 cafés.

    See all deals: Morrisons (5 deals)
  • If you dine in at Prezzo restaurants (find your nearest), kids can eat for free when an adult main is purchased from the 'A La Carte' menu and when you show a code. This offer is available every day from restaurant opening time on Friday 24 May until closing on Sunday 2 June.

    To get your code, you'll need to enter your email address online. You'll then need to show this unique nine-digit code to the staff at the end of your meal.

    Kids will be able to get a three-course meal with this offer, and Prezzo told us kids meals usually cost £7.95 on average. 

    You can get one 'free' kids meal for each accompanying adult that buys a main. Though this is limited to up to 12 people in total per table. Only one code is needed per table. You can't use this deal alongside any other offer, discount or set menu. It can't be used for delivery or takeaway either. Tesco Clubcard tokens are not valid with this offer. 

    See more restaurants where you can feed the kids for '£1' or 'free'.

    See all deals: Prezzo (1 deal)
  • If you're visiting a Sainsbury's Café (find your nearest), you can get a kids' meal for £1 (normally £3.25) when purchasing an adult main meal for £5.20 or more. The offer is valid from 11.30am until café closing time. 

    There's no voucher needed, this will be automatically applied to your bill. Both the adult main and kids' meal must be purchased in the same transaction, and café meals can be purchased to eat in or takeaway.

    All kids' meals come with a drink and a piece of fruit. Little ones will be able to choose between a hot meal which comes with three sides (dishes include chicken nuggets, sausage and fish fingers) or a children's lunch bag (a choice of sandwich, crisps and a jelly pot). 

    See our Restaurant deals and vouchers page for other dining out deals.

    See all deals: Sainsbury's (8 deals)
  • If you head to your local Sizzling Pub (find your nearest) and purchase a main meal (usually between £6-12), you can get a kids' meal for £1 when ordered at the same time. There’s no code or voucher needed, the discount will be applied automatically.

    This offer is an ongoing offer, valid Monday to Friday from 3pm.

    The kids' menu includes dishes such as fish fingers and Quorn nuggets which would usually cost from £2.49.

    This is valid at all Sizzling Pubs restaurants. All food must be purchased in the same transaction for this deal to apply. This offer won't work on the breakfast or any other set menu.

    Sizzling Pubs confirmed there is no age limit to kids claiming the £1 meal, however some users have told us they tried to redeem it and were told it is only for children aged five and under, so it may be worth checking with your local branch before claiming this offer.

    Check out our Restaurant deals page for the latest offers. 

    See all deals: Sizzling Pubs (3 deals)
  • Up to two children aged under 16 can eat a 'free' breakfast at any Table Table restaurant (find your nearest) when accompanied by an adult buying an unlimited cooked breakfast.

    This offer is valid during breakfast hours every day of the week and there is no code needed to claim this deal, it's automatically applied to the bill. Table Table told us this is an ongoing deal with no specific end date. 

    An unlimited adult cooked breakfast costs £9.99, so if a family of four have breakfast, it would work out at around £5 per head.

    Kids can choose from either a full cooked breakfast including bacon, sausages (meat or vegan options), eggs, hash browns, beans, cooked tomatoes, mushrooms and black pudding. Or they can opt for a continental selection including toast, yoghurt, porridge and pastries.

    This deal is also available at all Premier Inn hotels and its integrated or adjoining Whitbread restaurants including Bar + Block, Beefeater, Brewers Fayre, and Whitbread Inns.

    Check out our Restaurant deals page for the latest offers. 

    • Breakfast, light bites, bar snacks, junior meals, festive and set menus are excluded.

    See all deals: Table Table (2 deals)
  • Kids can eat for free at any Tesco Café (310 of them, find your nearest*) when an adult makes a purchase in the café, and scans their Clubcard during May half-term. If you're not yet a Clubcard member you can register online* for free to take advantage of this deal.

    This offer is available from opening time until closing on weekdays only from Monday 27 May until Friday 31 May.

    Tesco told us there is no fixed minimum spend, so you could pay 60p for a piece of fruit in its cafés to claim one free kids' meal.

    Kids’ meals usually cost up to £3.50 and they can choose from a breakfast (dishes include beans or avocado on toast), a hot meal deal (dishes include fish fingers or mac and cheese with a vegetable side dish), or cold pick and mix deal (includes a sandwich, drink, fruit and two snacks). The kids’ meals available may vary across different cafés.

    Tesco told us you can get one free kids' meal per item purchased by an adult in the café.

    See all deals: Tesco (11 deals)
  • If you dine in at any The Real Greek restaurant (find your nearest) on a Sunday, you can get one free kids' meal for each adult spending £10 or more. The £10 spend is valid across all menu items, including drinks.

    This deal applies all times of the day, on Sundays only.

    No code is required, the promotion is automatically applied to the bill. The free kids' meal includes a main (choose from a souvlaki wrap or a meze selection), a drink and an ice cream or sorbet dessert. A kids' meal would usually cost £7.

    Children must be under 12 and this can't be used with any other offer or promotion. One free kids' meal per adult spending £10. 

    See our Restaurant deals and vouchers page for other dining out deals.

    See all deals: The Real Greek (1 deal)