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NSW encouraged to keep Dining and Discovering

The NSW Dine & Discover program got a boost today with residents set to receive two additional $25 Dine & Discover vouchers. New customers can also now apply for six vouchers, worth $250 to redeem at businesses including local take-away to visiting the cinema.

The program launched last year to kick-start the State’s economy was well received and popular among residents. NSW Treasurer Matt Kean said, “More than 15,000 businesses and 4.8 million customers have already registered for the Dine & Discover NSW program, with almost $276 million vouchers used so far.

With restrictions almost non-existent and mandatory mask restrictions set to ease in December, it’s a welcome boost for businesses and families headed into summer. The vouchers can be used at businesses including waterparks, cinemas, museums cafes and restaurants.

Minister for Digital and Customer Service Victor Dominello said accessing the new vouchers would be simple and available in the palm of your hand, saying “The two $25 vouchers will ensure we end 2021 with a bang and provide a much-needed boost for businesses right across NSW as we head into a revitalised 2022.”

“We have made receiving vouchers for individuals even easier, with the additional vouchers appearing automatically in the Service NSW app, via SMS or email for existing digital customers,” Mr Dominello said.

Adding, “Dine & Discover NSW vouchers will start appearing from today in the Service NSW app with all delivered by early December. Current digital customers do not need to reapply to receive the extra vouchers.

Vouchers are commonly accessed via smartphone. Non-digital customers should contact Service NSW to nominate their preferred Service Centre to collect paper vouchers.

“Whether it’s going out for dinner, catching a live show or visiting a wildlife park, we’re helping more and more people explore our great backyard while supporting businesses who have done it tough this year.”

Dine and Discover vouchers have been extended and expire after June 30, 2022.


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