Deals (22nd Feb)

Updated 1 month ago by Portify

Friday night ready

Get 40% off mains at Bella Italia if you register online. Valid in most restaurants from Sunday to Friday afternoon until March 24th. One code does the trick for the table of up to 6 people - show this when you ask for the bill. Check specific restaurant branches for more information as they may vary.

Get any pizza from the main menu at Strada for £5 (normally £7.95-£12.75, so you can save up to £7.75 with this deal). This is valid from 12.01pm on Mondays - no voucher needed. Again, best to check individual restaurants for more details.

For the kids

Bella Italia kids eat for £1, valid from 12pm every day at most restaurants: If you buy an adult meal, you’ll get a £1 kids meal, worth £6 to £8 if you sign up online at Bella Italia for a code - show this when you ask for your bill. This includes a main from the 'Piccolo' (ages 2-6) or 'Grande' (ages 7-11) menu, a starter, dessert and unlimited squash.

Only one code can be used per table, with a maximum of 3 'free' kids' meals.

Days out

New and existing Vodafone customers can get 2 Odeon cinema tickets for £7: You can find the code on Vodafone's 'VeryMe' rewards programme. This deal works once a week and can only be used at a counter, not online. Valid on standard adult 2D tickets at any time, any day.

Vue £4.99 adult cinema tickets: At 38 selected Vue Cinemas (find your nearest) all day, every day. This is cheaper than the £8 to £12 most cinemas would charge for a full-price adult ticket.

Vue £3.99 to £5.49 2D cinema tickets on Mondays: To get this deal, register at Vue Super Mondays and click 'Activate' to be emailed a unique code. You can either enter this code online (with a 75p booking fee) or give this to staff at the cinema.

Cineworld £2.50 2D tickets for adults and kids on Movies For Juniors kids’ films: On weekends and school holiday mornings. Each cinema will have different films on offer so it's best to look at their website for current listings. Be aware, if you’re booking online there’s a 70p per ticket booking fee.


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