With the warm weather coming in and school being out, it’s tempting to beat the heat and stresses of the kitchen and opt to eat out instead. And now, YO! customers can shave a third off their bill most days until September.
The popular chain, known for their sushi dishes, is offering new customers a third off their total bill when they sign up to their loyalty scheme.
YO!’s Loveclub programme will mean foodies can enjoy their fresh and colourful dishes at a discounted rate from Monday to Thursday.
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The offer is valid at any time of the day, meaning diners can try out the summer menu for a fraction of the cost, including sushi tacos, Tokyo tostadas, mango cheesecake and sriracha chicken poke bowls.
To claim the discount, all customers need to do is register to the Loveclub list and then present the discount code delivered to their email to their local YO!
The offer is valid in all UK restaurants, excluding Manchester Selfridges, as well as Birmingham and London Selfridges.
Customers can bag the offer when dining in or using click and collect between now and Thursday, September 8.
And to help out parents, YO! is letting children under 10 eat free between 3.00pm and 5.30pm, taking the pressure off weekday dinners.
Kids can tuck into the Mini Ninja children's menu and one child eats free for every £10 spent by an adult. The offer includes a main, a side and a drink from the Kids Meal Deal menu and a dessert from this menu can be added for £1.50.
The offer is valid from Monday to Thursday until September 29, and must be placed before 5.30pm to qualify, but it’s not valid with the third off deal. Find out more on the YO! website.
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