A Sydney woman has shared a handy tip on a fun - and romantic - way to use Dine & Discover vouchers.
Bernice Averion uploaded a video to TikTok to showing how she spent her $100 worth of free vouchers over the weekend by visiting Holey Moley, where the vouchers paid for 18 holes of mini golf with her husband.
Bernice Averion shared a video to TikTok to share how she used $100 worth of Dine & Discover vouchers over the weekend
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The Sydney woman used the vouchers to cover 18 holes of mini golf at popular venue Holey Moley, using the remaining to purchase two pizzas
She then advised her 7000 followers that the remaining two vouchers could be used to purchase two pizzas at the venue.
'Just cover the drinks!', she encouraged.
Her cute date idea has been viewed by over 18,000 people, with many tagging other users in the comments.
'Trip to Holey Moley for free?', one user asked their friend.
Five million New South Wales' residents can nab free food, drinks and entertainment under the state government scheme to generate much-needed revenue for small hospitality businesses after the Covid lockdowns.
Holey Moley is just one of the venues NSW residents can redeem their Dine & Discover vouchers, which includes participating museums, theatres and concerts
The $500million initiative was designed to breathe life into the state's hospitality sector as venues emerge from the coronavirus pandemic.
The NSW government is giving all adults two $25 vouchers to spend at any restaurants, cafes, bars, wineries, pubs and clubs from Mondays through to Thursdays, at any business which have signed up.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Another two $25 vouchers are available to use seven days a week on arts and entertainment, including museums, theatres and concerts.
The vouchers are accessible from the Service NSW app under the 'Vouchers' section, and downloadable as a QR code, which can be used at participating businesses.
A non-digital alternative will be available for customers who don't have a smartphone or compatible device.
While 2.6 million people have registered for their vouchers, less than 10