Victoria’s cashback scheme is back statewide, allowing diners and entertainment enthusiasts to get over $100 off their bills.
The Dining and Entertainment Program begins at 10:00 am on Mondays and allows participants to claim a 25% rebate up to $125 on restaurant, cafe and bar bills.
You must spend at least $40 to qualify and order food.
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Eligible hospitality businesses include cafes and restaurants, pubs, bars, registered clubs, breweries, wineries, fast food outlets, food courts and movie theaters.
Does not include food purchased from delivery providers such as UberEats, DoorDash, Provideoor, convenience stores or supermarkets.
The entertainment portion of the scheme will also start on Monday and the same 25% rebate can be claimed at events and festivals, cinemas, exhibitions, museums, galleries, zoos, live performances and theme parks.
The $25 million program will be available on a first-come, first-served basis until all funds are exhausted.
If funds are not lacking, the food and entertainment program will end on December 16th.
To claim up to $125 cash back on dining and entertainment experiences, Victorians must visit the Business Victoria website.
There, you’ll be asked how much you spent, date of purchase, type of experience, and if you have any feedback on the program.
The person submitting the claim must also upload itemized receipts.
Once approved, the 25% cashback will be credited to your designated bank account within 5 business days.
Victorians can claim again under this program even if they received cash back under one of the state’s previous programs.