Hungry Horse Offering Customers Full English Breakfast For Just £1.65
Hungry Horse is offering a buy one, get one free deal on breakfasts this month, meaning customers can get a fry-up to start the day for as little as £1.65.
The pub chain, which his owned by Greene King, shared the good news on Facebook, telling people: "Mornings just got a whole lot better. Treat yourself to our buy-one-get-one-free breakfast from 9am each day at your local."
The offer will be running daily (excluding weekends) until 4 October, with breakfast served from 9am until midday.
While prices vary at each pub, Greene King told The Sun that prices start at £3.29 for a full English breakfast, so if you take a mate along with you, you'll both get brekkie for just £1.65.
Of course, no one's saying you can't demolish the free one yourself as well, if that's what you'd prefer...
Greene King also said the deal can even be used alongside other selected offers.
However, before you whizz off into the sunset to devour a fry-up, it's worth checking with your local Hungry Horse pub to see which deals you can use there.
People are excited to try out the deal - with some saying they've already enjoyed a BOGOF breakfast.
One commented on Facebook: "I saw this last night and booked it immediately for this morning.Really enjoyed it,would highly recommend!"
Another tagged a friend and said: "We need to go."
After the government's popular Eat Out to Help Out scheme came to an end, many chains have decided to extend discounts for customers.
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This includes JD Wetherspoon pubs - the chain has slashed prices on a range of food and drinks until November under its 'Stay Out to Help Out' campaign.
Diners can enjoy a 11-inch Margherita pizza with a soft drink for just £3.99, a traditional breakfast for £2.99 or three small plates - including nachos, chicken wings and mini pizzas - for £7.50.
Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin said: "The government's Eat Out to Help Out scheme was extremely popular with our customers and a great boost to the hospitality industry.
"We are keen to offer our customers a superb choice of food and drink at great value for money prices."
Similarly, Deliveroo has launched its own 'Eat In to Help Out' scheme, knocking £5 off delivery on orders above £20.
The company has announced that it is slashing prices throughout the month in order to support smaller businesses.
Just like the government's scheme, the offer will be available on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with customers being given a different code every week so that they can claim the reduction.
Featured Image Credit: Hungry Horse