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Using HB plus voucher for a la carte items?

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efh2015

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Using HB plus voucher for a la carte items?
« on: August 10, 2018, 09:15:32 PM »
I've read in a couple of places that if you're using a HB plus voucher for a quick service set menu you can't order any extras, even if the total value is still lower than that of the voucher. So if you're ordering a la carte menu items, say sandwiches/salads at Market House Deli or Toad Hall, could you order a range of items that equals the 30-ish of the HB plus voucher?
Also hypothetically, if there are two of us and we spend 30 as above at lunchtime, could we then do the same again at dinner time with the other voucher?

Just trying to see what options we have, as last time doing a week of breakfast and evening buffets nearly did us in!

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Re: Using HB plus voucher for a la carte items?
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2018, 12:38:45 PM »
Unfortunately not.
The rule is one voucher per person. And each voucher is valid for a set meal. Entree main desert and 1 drink.  Or a buffet and one drink.
I dont gave any experience with using plus vouchers on counter service mails. And I don't think it is done a lot. But I know from other post that they do accept the vouchers but only for the set meals.

You can only use your vouchers at face value if you go to a higher class restaurant. Like walts or auberge
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