ASDA today revealed it is launching a new Eat Out to Help Out deal for September.
The supermarket giant will slash the price of food this month in its cafes to help out struggling shoppers.
But instead of the 50 per cent off up to £10 offered by the Government, diners are being given 25 per cent off everything.
This still means hungry customers can tuck into a full English for just £3.26.
And a plate of chips will only set punters back 64p, with hot kids meals costing £1.95.
The supermarket is also planning to reopen another 97 cafes – meaning the discount will apply to all its 219 eateries.
What Asda shoppers can snap up
Breakfast Bap and hot drink – £1.88
Full English – £3.26
16" Pizza – £4.50
Fish and Chips – £3.56
Toastie, Chips and a drink – £2.93
Chips – 64p
Hot Kids Meal – £1.95
Latte – £1.46
Sweet treat – 98p
It comes after the chain funded the Eat Out to Help Out scheme last month so they didn't take any government money.
Asda's Elizabeth Ruddiman said: “It’s been great to see so many customers enjoy the discounts over the past month, but we understand the cost of eating out can add up.
"In order to offer our customers more opportunities to eat out for less we are pleased to announce we are extending our discount to 25% off all food and drink all day every day throughout September.
"We hope our customers can treat themselves without having to worry about the price tag or the washing up.”
A string of restaurants are extending the Eat Out to Help Out after it proved to be a huge success.
Harvester, Pizza Hut, Toby Carvery, and Wetherspoon's are among those either using the 50 per cent discount or running their own schemes.
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