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to think Nandos should have some sort of discount voucher for my daughters birthday party today..

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CampingManDad Sat 25-Mar-17 09:47:08

as it's going to cost over £100 !
bloody entitled middle class kids who refuse to go to KFC!
Anybody got any way of getting a discount?
Please ... pretty please?

NotStoppedAllDay Sat 25-Mar-17 09:48:26

Why do you feel she should be entitled to a discount? It's only Nando's, plenty of other places to choose

25bottles Sat 25-Mar-17 09:49:08

My mum has a nhs card that she gets a discount with. Anyone in the family got one?
Also I wonder if you can separate orders to yield maximum chillis on your Nando's card?

ofudginghell Sat 25-Mar-17 09:49:12

Going before a certain time on a week day quite often means you get more offers in places.
Bella Italian are doing vouchers at the moment as are a lot of places.
Maybe the entitled teenager should take less friends?

gamerwidow Sat 25-Mar-17 09:50:30

20% off if you have a valid NHS work pass but other than that I don't know ...,

ijustwannadance Sat 25-Mar-17 09:50:53

Nandos don't need to offer discounts and vouchers like other places as people will go anyway.

CherieBabySpliffUp Sat 25-Mar-17 09:53:55

How old are these entitled middle class children by the way?

TheMaddHugger Sat 25-Mar-17 09:57:44

haha good one

ActuallyThatsSUPREMECommander Sat 25-Mar-17 10:01:11

I think your best bet is to
A) scour the menu for the best value platters and present them as a fait accompli to all the DC except the vegetarians rather than letting them choose what they want
B) register for a Nando's reward card and cannily split your order to maximise your stamps - that way it'll still cost you a packet today but at least you'll get a free meal for yourself out of it next time

GinAndTunic Sat 25-Mar-17 10:02:10

YABU.

Snap8TheCat Sat 25-Mar-17 10:02:27

Since when is Nando's middle class? confused

Crispsheets Sat 25-Mar-17 10:03:17

Maybe you should have considered this when you agreed

Kitsandkids Sat 25-Mar-17 10:03:29

If your child is entitled isn't that because you've made her that way? And the more you give into her demands surely the more entitled she'll become? If I couldn't afford a Nandos party I would just tell her that and tell her what she could choose from.

SellFridges Sat 25-Mar-17 10:06:16

I don't think £100 is bad for a kid's party. But I'm still in the period of spending £200 at least in soft play hell.

ActuallyThatsSUPREMECommander Sat 25-Mar-17 10:07:12

I think the OP's aside is lighthearted. I'm assuming that he can afford a hundred quid but also thinks it's quite a lot of money and would like to get a discount if possible - loads of popular chain restaurants do discounts so it's not an unreasonable expectation. It's also perfectly reasonable for a teenager to want to go somewhere "cool" for their birthday.

ActuallyThatsSUPREMECommander Sat 25-Mar-17 10:07:31

I think the OP's aside is lighthearted. I'm assuming that he can afford a hundred quid but also thinks it's quite a lot of money and would like to get a discount if possible - loads of popular chain restaurants do discounts so it's not an unreasonable expectation. It's also perfectly reasonable for a teenager to want to go somewhere "cool" for their birthday.

Whocansay Sat 25-Mar-17 10:11:26

Entitled, middle class kids you say? I wonder where they got that from?

how the fuck is Nandos middle class?

MrsTwix Sat 25-Mar-17 10:12:23

Yep, get the platters as above.

OnionKnight Sat 25-Mar-17 10:13:32

YABU.

Nando's is nothing like KFC apart from the fact that they both serve chicken.

Awwlookatmybabyspider Sat 25-Mar-17 10:14:06

Fuckin hell and people call the poor entitled. hmm

1horatio Sat 25-Mar-17 10:17:47

Placemarking... blush

this may get really entertaining.

Universitychallenging Sat 25-Mar-17 10:18:31

Hahahahahaha why would they?

Auspiciouspanda Sat 25-Mar-17 10:19:52

You can only use your Nando's card once a day so splitting orders to get chillis wouldn't work

BlueBlueSkies Sat 25-Mar-17 10:20:42

If they are teenagers surely the kids would pay for themselves. DD went to a friends Birthday dinner at Nandos and I gave her the money to pay for her own meal. I would not expect the birthday child's parent to pay for 10 teenagers meals. Though I am not sure the parents were there, I think it was just the kids.

sparklefarts Sat 25-Mar-17 10:20:58

Mmmm , you're being totally unreasonable in that you've now made me want nandos and kfc. Nom nom nom
grin

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