Welwyn Hatfield Times Promotion: Save 4p a litre on fuel plus kids eat free at Frankie & Benny’s

PUBLISHED: 10:57 06 April 2016 | UPDATED: 11:01 06 April 2016

Save money on fuel with the Welwyn Hatfield Times

Save money on fuel with the Welwyn Hatfield Times


This week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times offers and promotions have been revealed...

We’ve teamed up with Frankie & Benny’s New York Italian Restaurant to offer you kids eat free at your local branch. Simply cut out the voucher printed on page 18 and present it when you make your order in a participating restaurant. For more details and terms and conditions see this week’s paper.

Pop in to your local Simmons shop this week and whenever you spend £2.50 or more you can get a pack of 4 FREE baps (worth £1.99) courtesy of your Welwyn Hatfield Times. To take advantage of this offer you must make sure you cut out and present the voucher printed in the paper when making your purchase from any Simmons store.

In partnership with various BP and Esso petrol stations across the region we are bringing you fantastic savings on fuel every day. To save up to 4p per litre of fuel you will need to take the voucher on page 33 of today’s Welwyn Hatfield Times to Bell Bar petrol station in Hatfield or Eastbridge in Welwyn Garden City. For full terms and conditions and a list of all participating petrol stations across Hertfordshire see the paper.

Look out for the Welwyn Hatfield Times promotions team in The Howard Centre, Welwyn Garden City this Saturday between 11am and 4pm, where you can pick up one of our fantastic goodie bags for just £1.

Coming next week:

- 48 free lavenders worth £39.96

- 4 free baps at Simmons

- Fuel save

- Kids eat free at Frankie & Benny’s

Pick up your copy of the paper today!

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