A-Level results 2023: Full list of restaurant chains offering free food including Nando's and Frankie and Benny's | The Sun

A-LEVEL students could end up celebrating more than just good grades today with a number of chains offering free food.

Restaurant groups often run exclusive discounts for certain groups of customers to draw in more business.

And this A-Level Results Day there are four chains offering pupils either free food or discounts including Nando's and Bills.

Here's everything you need to know about what's on offer:


The home of peri-peri chicken is offering students a free starter or quarter chicken when they show their results slip at the till.

But you'll have to spend at least £7 to bag the freebie and it's only available in-restaurant and via walk-in collection.

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A quarter chicken usually sells for £5.25 and starters are priced at £3.75 so you could save yourself a fair few quid.

The cheapest items over the £7 threshold are the grilled chicken wrap, pitta and burger for £7.75.

Meanwhile, the great imitator wrap, beanie pitta, wrap and burger are all £7.75 too.

You can find your nearest Nando's restaurant by using the locator tool on its website.

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The chain runs over 470 restaurants in the UK and Ireland. This deal is only available to students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.


Students can nab a free dessert at any Bill's restaurant upon showing their student ID and proof of results.

But you'll have to buy a main to claim the freebie, and it is only available from 11.30am and in-restaurant. Mains start from £12.95.

Dessert item prices range up to £7.95 so you're making a decent saving with the offer.

The chain is recommending students book in advance via its website to ensure they can get a table.

You can find your nearest Bill's restaurant by using the store locator on its website.

Frankie and Benny's

Frankie and Benny's is offering freebies to any students who show their exam results.

Pupils can pick up a free Margarita pizza and coke for free – and you don't have to buy anything else to qualify.

Vegan and gluten free pizza options are available and you can choose from coke zero, regular coke and diet coke.

Any peckish pupils wanting to add toppings to their pizza will have to pay extra though. Plus the offer is only redeemable in-restaurant.

A Margarita pizza usually costs £10.90 and cokes cost up to £3.60 so you're saving a cool £14.50 with the offer.

You can find your nearest Frankie and Benny's restaurant by using the locator tool on its website.


Chiquitos is also offering freebies to A-Level students today – customers can get a free garlic tortilla bread and coke zero, diet or regular.

Like Frankie and Benny's, you don't have to buy anything else to get the offer but it's only available in-restaurant.

The garlic tortilla bread starts from £6.50 and cokes are priced at £3.80 so you're saving a decent £10.30 through the offer.

You can find your nearest Chiquito's restaurant by using the locator tool on its website.

Caffè Nero

Caffè Nero doesn't have a specific offer in place for A-Level students today – but it does have an ongoing one offering 15% off drinks.

You just have to verify yourself as a student via the chain's app and you'll get a discount code which you can redeem at the till.

You can download the Caffè Nero app for free via Google Play or the Apple App Store.

You can find your nearest Caffè Nero branch by using the chain's locator tool on its website.

Pizza Express and Taco Bell have also run A-Level Results Day offers in previous years.

The Sun has approached both chains to see if they are running anything this year and we will update this story once we have heard back.

It's also worth keeping an eye on your favourite chain's social media pages and websites for any offers that might be running.

You can pick up discounted foods at other times beyond A-Level results day.

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