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Thursday, February 25, 2021

Ballymoney chippy continues a customer discount following ‘Eat Out to Help Out’

After the success of the ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme which finished August 31st, several businesses have decided to extend their version of the discount scheme, including Ballymoney Chip shop, Cunningham’s Catch.

Customers will continue to get their SIT IN orders discounted by 25% for the month of September on a Monday and Tuesday.

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The government backed scheme saw claims of over £700k from the North Antrim area, with 13 of the ninety five participants from North Antrim, Ballymoney based.

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Commencing on September 7th, this discount will be available across the menu all day.

For more information visit Cunningham’s Catch Facebook.

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