This half term, Tesco is feeding kids for free with a number of delicious foods on the menu.
Usually main meals for children, including chicken goujons and chips or sausage and mash, cost £2.85 at The Cafe in Tesco.
But now for one week only you can treat your little ones to a delicious meal out – without spending any money.
There is just one catch though, customers can only take advantage of this offer if they're signed up to the Clubcard scheme.
If you have your own loyalty card you'll be able to claim any freshly cooked main meal with a side, breakfast or Pick & Mix.
All you have to do is scan your Clubcard when you visit the supermarket's restaurant to claim the free meals.
It works in the same way when you scan your card to get money off your groceries during your weekly shop.
There are around 315 Tesco Cafes in the UK, but the offer will be subject to availability.
You can claim up to four meals in the offer too, so that could either be for different visits or multiple kids.
Just remember you only have until October 31 (Halloween) to get your claws on this promotion.
The food offered in the deal can also depend on the store you visit.
You can use the Tesco's store locator tool to find your closest branch with a Tesco Cafe.
To double check the deal is running near you it's best to give Tesco a quick call to confirm all the details.
And the promotion is only available for kids' meals for the limited time, sadly no adults can redeem any free food.
Tesco makes 'quiet hour' scheme permanent in larger UK shops
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It comes after Tesco confirmed a permanent change to every store on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Following on from its successful trial, Tesco's "quiet hour" scheme will stay permanently in UK stores.
The scheme was introduced as a trial scheme in the larger stores, but it proved popular among customers.
Also known as "quiet hour", this will take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays between 9am and 10am.
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