O2 Priority to scrap £1 lunch on Mondays

Announcement comes just six months after axing Boots Meal deal promotion

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Mobile phones network O2 is to scrap its £1 lunch offer - with the final day next Monday - the firm has announced.

Fans of the Priority app - which offers discounts such as 25p meals for kids at Byron and £5 lunches at Pizza Express - will no longer be able to claim the £1 lunch deal after Monday 28 August.

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The deal allows anyone with an O2 account to buy lunch – a sandwich, drink and snack – for just £1 at shops such as WHSmith, Pumpkin Café and Domino's.

The news comes six months after the network scrapped its £1 lunch promotion at Boots - and the option to claim the cheap lunch at an array of supermarkets and shops.

An O2 spokesperson said: "We regularly review our Priority deals to ensure we provide our customers with exclusive offers every day across different categories, including food and drink, travel, music tickets, sports and more.

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"While we recognise that ending our £1 lunch will disappoint some customers, we'll continue to update the new-look Priority app with exciting offers, freebies and once-in-a-lifetime experiences."

The spokesperson said other offers such as £5 mains at Pizza Express and a free hot drink at Caffè Nero on Tuesday will continue to be available.


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