A Level results 2021: Where to get free food including Nando’s and Pizza Express
STUDENTS picking up A Level results tomorrow can get their hands on free food from some of their favourite restaurants.
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You’ll be able to pick up free pizza, free tacos and more throughout the day, regardless of the grades you get.
There’s plenty of good value deals out there – if you know where to look. Here’s what we’ve found.
Free chicken or starter from Nando’s
Nando’s Results Day Dash is back for another year and there’s a free ¼ Chicken or Starter on offer to any students picking up results.
Nando’s postponed its annual summer results day celebrations last year, but this year you’ll be able to celebrate on the day.
Usually the starters cost around £3.95 and a ¼ chicken would normally set you back £4.25.
All you need to do to get them for free though is visit you local Nando’s and make sure you bring your ID and results with you – this can be in an email or a print out.
You have to spend over £7 to claim, but show your results to a staff member when ordering to cash in on the freebie.
The offer is valid for dining-in or takeaway, but it won’t work for online orders you might make through Just Eat or Deliveroo.
Nando’s also said it would accept results from 2020 too, so if you graduated from your sixth form or college last year during the pandemic you don’t have to miss out either.
Free dough balls from Pizza Express
Students have taken to Twitter to share the news that Pizza Express is offering out freebies on results day tomorrow.
You’ll be able to mark the occasion with free dough balls when you dine-in at Pizza Express.
One tweeted: “Thank you for the wonderful offer of free dough balls with in-restaurant meals on exam results day. “
While another said: “Pizza Express are handing out dough balls.
“Gonna go to many places on Thursday asking if they have free stuff for results day.”
Pizza Express confirmed that the offer is running exclusively tomorrow.
You just have to head online, sign-up and download the code available before making your way to your closest branch of the pizzeria.
When you visit the restaurant you will have to purchase a main meal to redeem the freebie as well.
You’ll only get one portion of dough-balls per code but if you’ve got Unidays too, you can also get 30% off your whole bill.
Free pizza from Frankie and Benny’s
If you visit your local Frankie and Benny’s tomorrow you’ll be able to claim a free pizza.
Show a valid student ID and your exam results to a member of staff to grab the freebie.
All pizzas are included in this offer but its only valid for one transaction.
The deal is running from tomorrow until Thursday, so if you’re too busy on the day of your results, there’ll still be time to claim.
It’s only valid for orders made whilst dining in the restaurant though and you can’t use any other discounts on top.
Free taco from Taco Bell
Taco Bell is running “Taco Tuesday” to help students celebrate the big day.
You’ll be able to redeem a free crunchy if you show your A Level results to a member of staff at the counter.
You can choose between a seasoned beef filling or black beans, but the offer doesn’t include Crunch Taco Supreme.
It’s only valid for tomorrow and while stocks last.
Plus you’ll have to pick it up in-store, as the offer can’t be delivered to your home and won’t be valid for any Just Eat or Deliveroo orders.
The good news though, is that you don’t have to purchase anything to claim the freebie.
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