help for households|help i wrecked my house:Cost of Living Business Tsar and former Just Eat boss David Buttress agrees deals and discounts with major UK businesses to form part of Help for Household campaign.Retail deals and discounts to help families over the summer holidays have been announced as part of the government’s Help for Households Campaign.
Signed with some of the UK’s biggest businesses, including Asda, Morrisons, Amazon and Vodafone, these deals are designed to reduce costs at the checkout, help provide entertainment and ensure access to necessary services for families during the summer holidays and beyond.
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Agreed with the government’s Cost of Living Business Tsar David Buttress, the deals include the extension of Asda’s ‘Kids eat for £1’ scheme, where children aged 16 and under can access a hot or cold meal for £1 at any time of day in Asda Cafes across the UK.
Sainsbury’s is introducing it’s ‘feed your family for a fiver’ campaign, helping customers with budget-friendly meal ideas to feed a family of four for less than £5.Theatres in London are uniting for Kids Week, an initiative giving children the chance to see a West End show for free throughout August with a full paying adult, with half price tickets for two additional children in the same group, while Vodafone is promoting a mobile social tariff of £10 a month.
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It will feature bespoke deals and discounts for households from some of the UK’s biggest business, including Asda, Morrisons, Amazon and Vodafone.TA new Help for Households website is set to feature the discounts, as well as highlighting existing initiatives which could save families money. The offers are set to be regularly updated – with a particular focus on helping families ahead of the summer holidays, back to school, Autumn and Christmas.
They include an extension to Asda’s ‘Kids eat for £1’ scheme, where children aged 16 and under can access a hot or cold meal for £1 at any time of day in Asda Cafes across the UK.As well as free kids theatre tickets with an adult ticket in August for West End shows in London and 25 percent off ten-pin bowling and mini-golf games during summer holidays at Hollywood Bowl and Puttstars.
Today, Prime Minister Boris Johnson and David Buttress will be meeting with senior business leaders at No10 to discuss what more support can be given to families. Cost of Living Business Tsar, David Buttress is set to thank businesses for their support and praise the campaign’s “good start”.
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Businesses across the UK have signed up for the government’s ‘Help for Households’ campaign offering discounts to struggling families.With the cost of living crisis hitting an all time high, millions of families are struggling with rising food and fuel prices.So companies such as Asda, Sainsbury’s and Amazon have agreed to sign up to the government scheme to give people a helping hand.
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Agreed by the Government’s cost-of-living tsar and former Just Eat chief David Buttress, discounts include ‘feed your family for a fiver’ by Sainsbury’s which is made up of budget-friendly meal ideas to feed a family of four for less than £5.Asda has also extended its scheme to allow children under 16 to buy a meal for £1 at any time of day in Asda Cafes across the UK.
London theatres will also let children see a West End show for free in August with a fee-paying adult, with half price tickets for two additional children in the same group.Vodafone is promoting a mobile social tariff of £10 a month and Amazon has a ‘help for households’ page linking to free music and TV, learning resources and low-price essential groceries.
The campaign will also provide new discounts when kids go back-to-school this autumn and when energy bills are expected to increase even further, as well as around Christmas.Caretaker PM Boris Johnson said: “We’re facing incredibly tough global economic headwinds and families across the country are feeling the pinch.