From Today, Get 25 per Cent off Your Dining Bill – and Entertainment Experiences – Anywhere in Victoria

From today, Tuesday March 29, Victorians can save big bucks on dining and entertainment experiences across the state, thanks to a new $60 million project.

The $30 million dining component is like Melbourne Money, but for the rest of the state. It means you can get the same 25 per cent rebate – up to $125 off your combined bills – at restaurants, cafes, bars and other eligible hospitality businesses outside of the City of Melbourne municipality – as long as food is purchased.

To be eligible for the rebate, all you need to do is spend at least $40 at a Victorian venue – from Monday to Thursday only – then make a claim online from 10am today.

For the entertainment component, $30 million has also been set aside. The same rebate and minimum spend applies to visits to cinemas; exhibitions and conferences; museums, galleries and zoos; tickets to live performance such as theatre, music, comedy, literary events and fashion shows; and theme parks, water parks and amusement parks.

From 3pm today, rebates can be claimed for entertainment experiences undertaken anywhere in Melbourne or Victoria, on any day of the week.

The $125 rebate cap is for dining and entertainment combined. The offer will be on a first come, first served basis until funds are exhausted.

Make a claim and find more information online.

vic.gov.au/victorian-dining-and-entertainment-program

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