Is it teething time for your little one?
This restaurant is giving away free Leaving Cert result lunches tomorrow

Tomorrow is the big day for Leaving Cert students: The results are officially in and the worry over exams is soon to be over.

With CAO offers coming in on Tuesday, the nerves are bound to be fully in flux by the end of the week. 

What can one do to distract both your teenager and yourself from the anxiety? Collect your free meal from Nando's.


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Your child can celebrate their exam results in Nando's for free, if they bring their results (via paper, email or text) and a valid form of ID into a Nando's restaurant.

The free lunch is available for students in the UK and Ireland on the relevant exam results day.

The special Nando's offer is a free quarter chicken or fire-starter menu item, so you don't want to miss it.

The offer runs on Tuesday, August 13 for Leaving Cert students, as well as a September date for the Junior Cert kids.


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The only catch is that you must make a minimum spend of €7 to get the free delicious chicken.

A whole Nando's meal with sides and a drink is normally around €20, so the offer is still a steal.

Check a full list of all the chain's restaurants here, as well as the offer's terms and conditions. Best of luck to everyone getting their results tomorrow.

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