Why you need the Time Out More Card

If you know me, I’m a major foodie. I can honestly tell you that I’ve gained weight ever since I’ve moved to London. I love going out and trying different restaurants, especially because back at home we would visit the same restaurants every weekend. But just when I thought I would limit my eating out habits, Time Out release their ‘Time Out More’ card. Aka, the card you absolutely must have if like me, you’re a foodie living in London.

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To explain, the Time Out More card is a rewards card that allows you to receive fancy treats and fabulous perks. This includes, skipping queues at your favourite restaurants, free cocktails and free cake. It’s only £2.50 a month  (£29.99 a year), which is way less than what I pay for Netflix to be honest..

I decided to put the card to test this week and use it as my oyster card.

We headed to the Real Greek for dinner, as we were in the mood of some hummus. With the Time Out card, we were offered a complimentary glass of prosecco. Who doesn’t love free prosecco? It was surprisingly very easy to use; with your digital card you can generate a discount code which will be active for 10 minutes. But if you’ve missed it you’ll be able to generate another code within a few minutes.

The Real Greek

Apart from The Real Greek, with the Time Out Card you can get a free side at one of my favourite places, Shoryu (more buns please!); a free dessert at Pizza Pilgrims, and a free drink at Cote. Have I convinced you yet?

It’s such a great advantage to have the Time Out More card, considering how expensive living in London is. After trying it out I’d say it’s definitely worth the investment (which isn’t much at all!).

If you’ve come all this way and have decided you absolutely need this card, then head on over to Time Out for your own card. Lucky for you, you’re able to get 20% off with the code TIMEOUTLOCALS until the 30th June. You better hurry before the offer runs out.

I received the Time Out Card complimentary, however all views and opinions are my own.