One social media user wrote on Twitter: “Quarter Per peri chicken and two sides for £3.38????? Nando’s is going to know me by first name basis throughout August.”

“Can see it now, people queuing for 2 hours to get their Nando’s for £3.50,” another said.

One wrote: “In the month of August you’ll find me at Nando’s or at Nando’s.”

Full list of Nando’s Eat Out to Help Out discounts

  • Quarter Peri Peri chicken – £1.85 instead of £3.70 (£4.25 before VAT cut)
  • Quarter Peri Peri chicken and two sides – £3.38 instead of £6.75 (£7.75 before VAT cut)
  • Half Peri Peri chicken – £3.38 instead of £6.75 (£7.70 before VAT cut)

  • Half Peri Peri chicken and two sides – £4.90 instead of £9.80 (£11.20 before VAT cut)
  • Chicken wings (five) – £2.60 instead of £5.20 (£5.95 before VAT cut)
  • Boneless chicken thighs (four) – £3.48 instead of £6.95 (£7.95 before VAT cut)
  • Ten-piece Peri Peri chicken wing roulette – £4.80 instead of £9.60 (£10.95 before VAT cut)
  • Halloumi sticks and dip starter – £1.73 instead of £3.45 (£3.95 before VAT cut)
  • Whole chicken – £6 instead of £12 (£13.50 before VAT cut)
  • Garlic bread (regular) – £1.15 instead of £2.30 (£2.60 before VAT cut)

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How to get the Nando’s Eat Out to Help Out discounts

To get the discount diners will have to eat in at stores instead of enjoy a delivery.

This is the only thing Britons need to do to get their discount food.

The discounts will be automatically applied to the menu by the restaurant.

The scheme was announced by Rishi Sunak last week in a bid to get Britons back to restaurants.

It is running from August 3 to August 1 on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Other popular eateries offering the discounts are KFC, Costa and Big Mac.

How can you find out which restaurants are doing the Eat Out to Help Out scheme? 

An app has been devised to help those looking for cheaper meals. 

Now it seems there will be a quick and easy way to check where the discount is available.

In the Eat Out to Help Out app users enter the postcode.

They will then see nearby places signed up to the initiative.

So far there are 3,000 restaurants and cafes on the app.

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