After initially extending the expiry dates for vouchers in the Dine and Discover program, time is almost up for people to use them, with the NSW Government program ending on June 30.
The program has been a success, helping to stimulate the economy throughout the pandemic.
According to Service NSW, more than 32 million vouchers had been issued at a value of $812.5 million, yet only 19 million ($470.9 million) had been redeemed.
Everyone is being urged to use their vouchers over the coming weeks to ensure they don't miss out.
The vouchers are split into two categories:
Vouchers can be accessed through the Service NSW app or printed out to be redeemed manually at participating businesses.
For more information, including how to register or redeem your vouchers and to find participating businesses, visit service.nsw.gov.au/campaign/dine-discover-nsw.
There are currently two additional programs - Stay NSW vouchers ($50 per person) and Parents NSW vouchers (five times $50 vouchers per household), which have until October 9, 2022, to be used.
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