Article preview: When it comes to budgeting, one item of discretionary expenditure which can often make or break a budget is the cash spent on eating out. The cost of dining in restaurants instead of cooking at home can quickly add up. Last month, the government encouraged us all to splash the cash on eating out, with their Eat Out to Help Out scheme offering 50% off the cost of a meal away from home. Despite this surge in custom for restaurants, new customer card spending data from Lloyds Bank shows that diners are spending more on restaurants than they were this time last year.
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This 423-word blog post looks at the latest card spending data from Lloyds Bank. Written on 21st September 2020.
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