Village reopens with new benefits for Canal St Card holders
As the Gay Village slowly and cautiously, reopens post lockdown, we are delighted to announce that several brand new venues have joined our burgeoning list of money saving benefits for holders of our Canal St Card.
New York New York and Richmond Tea Rooms have joined the dozen or so Gay Village bars and restaurants that have already provided savings for users over the last 4 years.
Tattoo artist Gareth Powell at Ink Candy Tattoo Studio has also joined the listing, with savings for those lovers of body adornment.
With the digital version now just £16 for a whole 12 months, average savings across our 170 offers across the village and Greater Manchester, stand at £150 with some holders telling us they save up to £250 per annum at their favourite chosen veneus.
Village favs include OSCARS, VIA, VELVET, TRIBECA, CLONE ZONE, ARNERO, CRUZ101 (CURRENTLY DARK), ICONIC and MOLLY HOUSE are all offering benefits.
Further afield, ASHAS, CHEZ MAL, DUCIE ST WAREHOUSE, STREET URCHIN, DON GIOVANNI, BOCK BIER and EL CAPO all welcome their LGBTQ friends with some unique offers.
AFFLECKS PALACE also has a number of card holder offers too.
ALL the above apply across the entire year and not just for limited slots as per the Govt announced EAT OUT TO HELP OUT campaign for early week incentives throughout August.
All participating venues reserve the right to apply their own specific offer and all except any other deals IE the Eat Out Help Out above.
Click the link below for the full, current listings and you can also buy yours at the same time.
We also send a weekly emailer with updates and new savings.
"I use the canal street card pretty much every week. Whether it’s my morning coffee in Esquires before work or getting half price entry into Cruz I get loads of use out of the card. There’s loads of great offers, Ashas, Malmaison and Arnero restaurants also have some great discounts. If I’m going out with friends for dinner I try to sway them into a card partner venue as I do love a saving".
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