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Wagamama logoWagamama: MoneySaving tips and tricksIncluding signing up for special email offers

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There are always ways to save money at Wagamama, 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 Wagamama email newsletter you'll receive news of special offers and member benefits, eg, invitations to new restaurant events.

  • 'Free' green tea. Wagamama offers free cups of green tea, including refills, with food purchases.

  • Want more? Read our restaurant deals page for more dine-in and takeaway offers.

  • Had a problem with Wagamama? 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 Wagamama*.

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Wagamama logoFREE 10-14 ramen bowl at WagamamaEdinburgh restaurants, 50 bowls per day, can you find 'em?

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On Tue 21 to Thu 23 Nov, Wagamama (find your nearest) will post a location of one of its Edinburgh restaurants on its Twitter and Facebook. The first 50 people to arrive at 12pm can get a card entitling them to a free bowl of ramen.

You can choose any ramen bowl from the menu and they're normally £10-£14ish, so if you can find this offer, it's a great deal.

MSE Rhiannon says:

If you're a big Wagamama fan, you'll know that it rarely does discounts and free food is almost unheard of - so it's worth checking its social media pages for #RamenRush.

Wagamama logoFREE 11ish katsu curry at WagamamaFor students only at selected restaurants, can you find 'em?

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On Thu 28 Sep only, Wagamama restaurants in selected locations will give the first 50 students who present their student ID a free katsu curry - there are 1,000 dishes up for grabs in total.

You can choose either chicken or yasai (vegetable) katsu curry and they're normally £10-£11ish, so this is a great deal if you can get it.

Which restaurants are participating?

There are 20 restaurants taking part across nine different regions: Edinburgh (three), Glasgow (one), Leeds (two), Manchester (three), Newcastle (one), Birmingham (three), Sheffield (two), Cardiff (two) and Bristol (three).

MSE Rhiannon says:

If you're a big Wagamama fan, you'll know that it rarely does discounts and free food is almost unheard of aside from 'Ramen Rush' last month which was London only, so this is a great chance for students outside of London to grab a free dish.

Wagamama logoFREE 10-14 ramen bowl at WagamamaLondon restaurants, 50 bowls per day, can you find 'em?

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At 12pm every weekday until Fri 1 Sep, Wagamama (find your nearest) will post a location of one of its London restaurants on its Twitter and Facebook. The first 50 people to arrive can get a card entitling them to a free bowl of ramen.

You can choose any ramen bowl from the menu and they're normally £10-£14ish, so if you can find this offer, it's a great deal.

MSE Rhiannon says:

If you're a big Wagamama fan, you'll know that it rarely does discounts and free food is almost unheard of - so it's worth checking its social media pages for #RamenRush as a maximum of 1,000 bowls will be given out free.

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