NSW Government’s Dine and Discover Scheme extended

 

ONCE again, the Dine and Discover vouchers have been extended.

The incentive first kicked off in late March 2021, giving all NSW residents over the age of eighteen four $25 vouchers to spend- two ‘discover’ vouchers for use at cultural venues and two ‘dine’ vouchers to be used at hospitality venues.

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Due to the ongoing uncertainty with restrictions and lockdowns across NSW, these vouchers have now been extended with an expiry date of 30 June 2022.

These vouchers have already been extended, with Treasurer Dominic Perrottet announcing an extension in June 2021 after more than half of the vouchers were left unused just weeks before they were due to expire.

New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian describes the initiative as a win-win for all.

“For too long because of COVID, we haven’t been able to support these businesses, so it’s a win for citizens and a win for businesses as it boosts their ability to receive people again as we move through COVID,” Ms Berejiklian said.

The vouchers can now be used at participating COVID-safe businesses across the state, seven days a week (excluding public holidays) and the dine vouchers are also redeemable for takeaway food.

Vouchers cannot be used on third-party food delivery sites such as Uber Eats, Menulog, Doordash or Deliveroo, cannot be used on alcohol, tobacco, gambling or online orders.

Each New South Wales resident over the age of eighteen is eligible to redeem their vouchers, which can be applied for and redeemed on the Service NSW website.

 

By Tara CAMPBELL

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