Sydney woman shares how she scored a free date with her Dine & Discover vouchers

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A Sydney woman shared a helpful tip on a fun and romantic way to use Dine & Discover vouchers.

Bernice Averion uploaded a video to TikTok to show how she spent her $ 100 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 with TikTok to talk about how she used $ 100 worth of Dine & Discover vouchers over the weekend

Bernice Averion shared a video with TikTok to talk about how she used $ 100 worth of Dine & Discover vouchers over the weekend

The Sydney woman used the vouchers to cover 18 holes of mini golf at the popular location Holey Moley, and the rest used to buy two pizzas

The Sydney woman used the vouchers to cover 18 holes of mini golf at the popular location Holey Moley, and the rest used to buy two pizzas

The Sydney woman used the vouchers to cover 18 holes of mini golf at the popular location Holey Moley, and the rest used to buy two pizzas

She then told her 7,000 followers that the remaining two vouchers could be used to purchase two pizzas on the spot.

“Cover the drinks!” She encouraged.

Her adorable date idea has been viewed by over 18,000 people, with many tagging other users in the comments.

‘Free trip to Holey Moley?’ One user asked his friend.

Five million New South Wales residents can get free food, drink and entertainment under the state government scheme to generate much-needed revenue for small hospitality businesses after Covid’s closure.

Holey Moley is just one of the locations where NSW residents can redeem their Dine & Discover vouchers, including participating museums, theaters and concerts

Holey Moley is just one of the locations where NSW residents can redeem their Dine & Discover vouchers, including participating museums, theaters and concerts

Holey Moley is just one of the locations where NSW residents can redeem their Dine & Discover vouchers, including participating museums, theaters and concerts

The $ 500 million initiative was designed to revitalize the state’s hospitality industry as sites emerge from the coronavirus pandemic.

The NSW government is giving all adults two $ 25 vouchers to spend at restaurants, cafes, bars, wineries, pubs and clubs Monday through Thursday, with any company that has signed up.

An additional two $ 25 vouchers are available seven days a week for arts and entertainment, including museums, theaters, and concerts.

The vouchers are accessible through the Service NSW app under the ‘Vouchers’ section and can be downloaded as a QR code, which can be used at participating companies.

There will be a non-digital alternative for customers who do not have a smartphone or compatible device.

While 2.6 million people have registered for their vouchers, less than 10 percent of the $ 25 vouchers have been redeemed statewide

While 2.6 million people have registered for their vouchers, less than 10 percent of the $ 25 vouchers have been redeemed statewide

While 2.6 million people have registered for their vouchers, less than 10 percent of the $ 25 vouchers have been redeemed statewide

It was recently announced that less than 10 percent of the $ 25 vouchers have been used statewide, with less than two months left from the high-profile scheme.

While 2.6 million people have signed up for their vouchers, the very low usage of the vouchers has led to calls to extend the expiration dates.

Daniel Mookhey, opposition spokesman for finance and small business, previously told Daily Mail Australia that the government currently has no chance of meeting its $ 500 million target by the June 30th deadline.

“With the program being completed in two months, it is clear that significant amounts of money are left and not distributed to the small businesses that badly need it,” said Mr Mookhey.

Residents of NSW have only four weeks to redeem their vouchers before the expiration date June 30, calling for an indefinite extension of the closing date

Residents of NSW have only four weeks to redeem their vouchers before the expiration date June 30, calling for an indefinite extension of the closing date

Residents of NSW have only four weeks to redeem their vouchers before the expiration date June 30, calling for an indefinite extension of the closing date

Mr. Mookhey said the scheme should have no expiration date and “remain open until every dollar has been spent.”

“This money will do more good in the tills of NSW small businesses than in the Treasury bank account.”

State Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said he was open to expanding the scheme to support Sydney’s CBD, an area where small businesses are still struggling.

“Adapting or expanding the government’s successful dining and discovery voucher program to help the Sydney CBD was one of the ideas put forward at the successful CBD summit held last week,” Perrottet told NCA Newswire.

We are investing an additional $ 20 million in the CBD revitalization strategy and are currently working on the ideas put forward at the summit to see what practical steps we can take to boost Sydney’s CBD economy and boost jobs. ‘

HOW DOES DINE & DISCOVER NSW WORK?

NSW residents 18 and older can apply for $ 100 in vouchers. The vouchers can be used at participating NSW companies registered as COVID vaults.

2 x $ 25 Dine NSW Vouchers for dining Monday through Thursday at restaurants, cafes, bars, wineries, pubs and clubs

2 x $ 25 Discover NSW vouchers that can be used for entertainment and recreation 7 days a week, including cultural institutions, live music and art venues.

The vouchers cannot be used on public holidays.

Dine & Discover NSW vouchers are single use and cannot be used for tobacco, alcohol or gambling. If you use less than the $ 25 value of the voucher, the remaining value will be forfeited and cannot be used later or refunded by the company.

Vouchers must be redeemed in person at participating companies.

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