How to Activate the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme in Your Venue

How to Activate the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme in Your Venue

ROUND has launched new functionality so that your venue can take advantage of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme. You’ll be able to offer your customers 50% off food & non-alcoholic drinks when they order through ROUND.

This functionality will go live from Monday, August 3rd.

Please note that you must opt-in to the government scheme before activating on ROUND.

To activate the scheme in your venue:
  1. Login to your ROUND Business account.
  2. Tap the sidebar icon in the top-left corner of the screen.
  3. Tap ‘Venue General Settings’.
  4. Enable the slider below ‘Tap below to opt-in to the Eat Out Help Out Scheme’.

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