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Cobra Eat Out To Help Out September 2020

Following the huge success of the Government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme in August, to support the restaurant industry following the effects of Covid-19, Cobra Beer have partnered with thousands of restaurants across the country to provide support throughout the month of September 2020.
Cobra’s Eat Out To Help Out extension scheme throughout the month of September 2020.
This is Cobra Beer's official website to promote Cobra Eat Out to Help Out.

Every Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, for the duration of September 2020, enjoy the following:

Get up to 30% discount on food* when you eat in at restaurant that are registered with Cobra‘s Eat Out to Help Out scheme

Get up to 30% discount, maximum of £10 per head (on food only) from your bill* and buy any Cobra, get ONE Cobra FREE, per person, per visit*

Buy ONE Cobra, get ONE Cobra FREE, per person, per visit*

For restaurants
Register your interest to participate in the scheme

For consumers
Find a restaurant that’s registered for the scheme

* Restaurants have the option of offering discounts of up to 20%, 25% or 30% on eat-in food only, along with a free Cobra drink with any Cobra drink purchased limited to one per visit. This is a joint promotion; the food discount will be supported by restaurants and the beer discount will be supported by Cobra Beer.

Drink Responsibly  ¦ for the facts 

*Please note that this offer applies to the following Cobra products that are sold within the participating restaurant: Cobra Premium draught, Cobra Premium 330ml, Cobra Zero 330ml, Cobra Gluten Free 330ml, Malabar IPA draught, King Cobra 375ml. Promotion excludes Cobra Premium 660ml and King Cobra 750ml. The deal is capped at ONE free drink per person, over the age of 18, as long as food is ordered alongside Cobra. Promotion lasts from 1st to 30th September 2020, on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays only. Discount of up to 30%, maximum of £10 is available on food only, not drinks when you eat in. Participating restaurants are obliged to run the promotion responsibly, including the right to refuse to serve alcohol for the purposes of alcohol responsibility. Any tax liability for this benefit is between us and the restaurant is the responsibility of the restaurant. This initiative’s promoter is CBPL.