Over 70, 000 venues have signed up to the scheme (Picture: Getty)

The Eat Out to Assist Out scheme has launched today, giving diners the particular chance to score 50% off their bill in restaurants, cafes, and pubs across the country.

The discount – which is capped at £10 per person – will be applied to eat in food orders in participating venues on Mondays to Wednesdays throughout August.

The list of 72, 000 participating venues caters to all palates and features a selection of 45 Michelin star eateries as well as the nation’ s high street (or late night) favourites, such as McDonald’ s .

Are high-street fixtures Subway, KFC, and Burger King taking part too? And how much will a meal set you back?

Subway

Subway is participating in the scheme, meaning you can bag a half-price sub on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, providing you dine in.

Find out if your nearest branch is taking part via the postcode checker on gov. uk .

Prices depend on what fillings you go for but six-inch sandwiches will start at £1. 50.

You can bag a sub for half price this month (Picture: Dave Rushen/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

KFC

The particular ubiquitous chicken chain is also taking part in the scheme, offering its six-piece bargain bucket for just £6. 95.

You can furthermore grab regular popcorn chicken with regard to £2, or a Zinger Tower Box meal for just £4. 35.

Once again, the discount is only applicable if you consume in.

You can find a list of participating branches on the particular KFC website .

A six-piece bargain bucket will come at the discounted rate associated with £6. 95 (Picture: KFC)

Burger King

Fast-food giant Burger King is also taking part in the plan, offering a medium Whopper meal for just £3. 25.

If you just want the burger, that will set you back £2. 25, with The Mirror reporting that you can get the chain’ s flagship burger – or Chicken Royale – on their app regarding £1.

The discount will be applied to dine-in orders from most of the chain’ s restaurants – find out more upon the Burger Ruler website .

The promotion is only available for dine-in orders (Picture: Geoff Caddick/ AFP via Getty)

If you prefer something healthier when you’ re on the go, Pret a Manger are also participating in the promotion, meaning you’ ll be able to grab a salad or sandwich at a reduced price.

Benugo, Bills, Cafe Nero, Eat, Leon, Prezzo and Nando’ s are also participating in the structure.

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