TESCO has announced its Kids Eat Free scheme will return this February half term in all its cafes.

The cafes will offer one free Kids Hot Meal Deal, Kids Breakfast or Kids Pick ‘n’ Mix deal with every item bought by an adult from as little as 60p.

Popular menu items include beans or avocado on toast, fish fingers, baked chicken goujons or a sandwich.

If your child opts for a hot meal, they can also have a vegetable side dish but if they have a sandwich Pick ‘n’ Mix meal, they will get a piece of fresh fruit and two snacks with it.

Jason Tarry, Tesco UK CEO, said: “We know that household budgets can be stretched over the school holidays, so offering free meals to children when they’re off school is one of the ways we can support families during this time.”

In 2023, Tesco provided more than 440,000 free meals to children and families during school holidays.

The supermarket is also helping families spend less by cutting the price of more than 150 everyday items by an average of 12.5% and price-matching hundreds of items to Aldi.

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It is also offering thousands of exclusive deals with up to 50% off through Clubcard Prices.

Customers can choose to exchange their Clubcard vouchers with Tesco Reward Partners, including at places such as PizzaExpress and Cineworld - the full list can be found via the Tesco website.

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How to get a free kids meal at Tesco this half term

If you’d like to get a free kids meal at a Tesco café this half term, here’s how you can.

The free meals are offered when an adult buys an item at the café – the item can cost as little as 60p.

You’ll also need to show your Tesco Clubcard to redeem the offer.