GIVEAWAY: Free membership at The Gourmet Society with up to 50% off at more than 300 Manchester restaurants

By Mancunian Matters Staff

Wining and dining may seem a luxury you can’t afford as you fork out left, right and centre in the run up to Christmas. But fear not, MM have a solution…

We’ve teamed up with The Gourmet Society to offer one month membership to every MM reader, which includes up to 50% off meals at more than 6,500 restaurants across the UK.

And it also includes more than 300 of the best Manchester restaurants, including Room, Stock, Smoak and not to mention many of your Northern Quarter favourites including Simple, Ning and Montpellier’s. 

We’ve also made sure it will cost you, the reader, nothing. No card details either, you’ll be pleased to hear!

To start saving today simply visit or call 0845 257 4477 and quote ‘MANCUNIAN1.’

The Gourmet Society is one of the UK’s leading dining clubs with members enjoying great discounts at a vast array of leading chain restaurants including Café Rouge, Bella Italia, Prezzo and La Tasca. 

Plus, choose from thousands of local restaurants, pubs and even Michelin-starred venues. No payment details are required, simply claim your free membership, then show your card to get the discount.

Your free membership offers you complete access to the entire network of restaurants right across the UK and is completely unlimited. Use it as many times as you like throughout the month – how much you save is up to you! Here’s what you’re getting, for free:

  • Unlimited use, unlimited savings

  • Instant access, start using it tonight

  • Free mobile app, convenient and easy

  • No payment details, free means free

  • No set menus, à la carte choice

  • Great weekend availability

Whether it’s a venue you’ve always wanted to try, a high street favourite or somewhere you already love – pay less when you eat out with your completely free Gourmet Society membership.

To start saving today simply visit or call 0845 257 4477 and quote ‘MANCUNIAN1.’

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