Tesco has announced it will be bringing back its Kids Eat Free scheme to its 310 cafés across the UK over the school summer holidays.
The scheme will run in cafés between the following dates:
- England & Wales: Start 24th July – Finish 1st Sept
- Scotland: Start 3rd July – Finish 11th August
- Northern Ireland: Start 3rd July – Finish 1st Sept
The supermarket’s cafes will be offering one free Kids Hot Meal Deal, Kids Breakfast or Kids Pick ‘n’ Mix deal with each item bought by an adult from as little as 60p when showing their Tesco Clubcard at the till.
Jason Tarry, Tesco UK CEO, said: “We know that the extra costs of keeping children fed and entertained during the long summer holiday can stretch household budgets, so we’re bringing back Kids Eat Free to give families a helping hand.”
Popular menu items include beans or avocado on toast, fish fingers, baked chicken goujons or a sandwich. Hot main meals include a vegetable side dish, and the sandwich pick n mix includes a piece of fresh fruit and two snacks, so there’s something healthy and satisfying to feed hungry children from breakfast until dinner.
Kids Eat Free is just one of the many ways that Tesco is helping families spend less. Tesco has recently announced price cuts on essential products including spaghetti, cooking oil and yoghurt.
Families can also save thanks to Aldi Price Match, which matches the price of hundreds of products to Aldi, including both Tesco own brand products and big brands, and thanks to Clubcard Prices, more than 20 million Clubcard households have access to thousands of exclusive deals on everything from everyday staples like fruit and veg to treats like prosecco or ice cream.