Nando’s are giving free food to Leaving Cert students today

Nando’s are giving free food to Leaving Cert students today

Nando’s, having been a shoulder to cry on, and a friend to celebrate with for many in previous years, is again offering out free PERi-PERi across Ireland to Leaving Cert students this results day.

Whether you’ll be drowning your sorrows in PERi-PERi, or feasting in delight, Nando’s will be giving away a free FireStarter or ¼ chicken to any student who brings in their results and ID today, August 13.

The deal includes fan favourites such as Halloumi Sticks, Houmous and 3 x PERi-PERi wings.

Don’t worry, they promise not to show that all-important piece of paper to anyone else.

For full terms and conditions, please visit: https://www.nandos.ie/explore/blog/nandos-results-day-here

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