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Discounts for seniors

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Victoriana11  Female  Buckinghamshire 5-Nov-2019 14:21 Message #4761576
Restaurants giving discounts for seniors

Hungry Horse Pubs: a ‘Golden Years’ menu for over 60s
-Greene King Pubs: special discounts for seniors
-McDonald’s: discounts on coffee and beverages (55+)
-Wendy’s: free coffee or other discounts depending on location
-Nando's: Varying senior discounts by date and location, plus 20% discounts for military/police/first responders
-Subway: 10% off (60+) varies by location
-Dobbies: a Senior Citizens lunch that includes two courses and a tea or coffee for just £7.45 (available Monday-Wednesday from 12noon-3pm)
-Krispy Kreme: 10% discount (50+)
-KFC: free small drink with any meal depending on location (55+)
-Pizza Hut: special discounts for 50+ up to 50% off! (check your local branch)
-Burger King: 10% discount on purchase depending on location (60+)
-DiamondCard: is a membership card that gives over-50's special discounts at over 100 different pubs and carveries
-TasteCard: provides up to 50% off your food or 2 for 1 meals at over 6,000 restaurants across the UK


Cinemas Giving discounts

Odeon’s Silver Cinema screenings start at just £3 for over-55s; and tea, coffee and biscuits are thrown in before the film!
Vue offers special senior discounts as well, and also throws in free tea and biscuits.
Cineworld has special rates for seniors that are available when you purchase tickets both online and in-person.
Empire Cinemas offers special senior discounts and special Wednesday morning senior-screenings.
In addition, Picturehouse offers a special discounted yearly package for senior movie-goers across the UK as well

Just found the above whilst Go-ogling something else.
Hierophant  Male  East Anglia 5-Nov-2019 14:27 Message #4761577
There are some odd ages there, how do you prove you are over the ages stated?....
Neros1954  Male  Devon 5-Nov-2019 14:35 Message #4761578
They take your word for it.
Topaz53  Female  Northamptonshire 5-Nov-2019 16:00 Message #4761584
In my case it'd be difficult ;)
Andromeda  Female  Berkshire 5-Nov-2019 16:14 Message #4761587
To the young it’s easy knowing ages.

Served in pub.
18-30 holidays.
RumBassiousPenguin  Male  Essex 5-Nov-2019 17:53 Message #4761592
Driving licence has DOB.
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd 5-Nov-2019 18:37 Message #4761594
What if you don't drive or have a passport?
Victoriana11  Female  Buckinghamshire 5-Nov-2019 19:20 Message #4761604
If you are in the AA, they give you a plastic card & you can get discount of 20% at Toby Jug or Harvester . Also Halfords which I think is 15%.
I dont know the answer to that one W/hen, but my other half just shows his phone and they get the discount details from that. (Too complicated for Him & his phone are joined at the hip.
Cassis  Female  Cambridgeshire 5-Nov-2019 22:45 Message #4761622
If you're in the AA you also get 10% discount at M&S, well, at least in the food shops. I'm always getting stuff there, so it's really worthwhile
petergarratt  Male  Cambridgeshire 5-Nov-2019 23:33 Message #4761626
Thank you. Do you know how you find the birthday page
Colonel_Blink  Male  Buckinghamshire 6-Nov-2019 08:09 Message #4761634
Pubs, restaurants and diy stores have never asked for any proof of age. More official venues might do so but apart from passport and driving licence there are also bus passes and even birth certificates. I cant see any scenario where it would be a problem and some discounts are quite substantial.
Judance  Female  Berkshire 6-Nov-2019 11:39 Message #4761652
For birthday page, go to your home page and scroll down to the bottom beyond the new members bit

brisinger  Male  Lancashire 6-Nov-2019 11:46 Message #4761654
I, personally, wouldn't touch any of them anyway because they are premium priced and certainly where I live you can get better food and better value for money. Often you get deals like that for periods before 6pm when the companies are less busy ;-)
HotOrWot  Male  Lancashire 6-Nov-2019 22:39 Message #4761707
They take your word for it.

Course they do but it’s not difficult to prove your age.

NoSaint  Female  Devon 17-Dec-2019 06:45 Message #4765723
Driving licence has DOB.

Cleverly disguised.
persona_non_grata  Male  North London 17-Dec-2019 07:13 Message #4765729
Not very cleverly disguised.
Victoriana11  Female  Buckinghamshire 18-Dec-2019 19:46 Message #4765911
Have to disagree with you there Bris. We use these offers when we can and always (without exception) get excellent value for money.
HotOrWot  Male  Lancashire 19-Dec-2019 07:33 Message #4765939
Most discounts are worthwhile. Some better than others but pointless not to take advantage unless you’re very rich!

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