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A huge rise in the download of printable discount vouchers for well-known restaurants around the UK has been attributed to web-savvy teens and adults, keen to take their mums out for a meal to celebrate Mother’s Day.

The UK’s largest discount site, www.MyVoucherCodes.co.uk has seen a significant increase in searches for and downloads of printable discount vouchers for some of the UK’s leading restaurant chains in the run-up to Mother’s Day on the 22nd March.

Thrifty kids are downloading and printing discount vouchers, which entitle the bearer to deals such as ‘2 for 1’ at Ask, Prezzo, Nando’s and Ha! Ha! Bar amongst many more, as well as other discounts including 50% off, and 2 meals for under £10 at many other restaurants, meaning that Mother’s Day does not have to be a costly occasion this year.

Printable coupons and online voucher codes have been in huge demand during the credit crunch, with millions of Brits searching online for ways in which to reduce their outgoings. In December alone last year, MyVoucherCodes.co.uk received 8 million unique visits, saving Brits more than £6 million in the run-up to Christmas, with £28 million worth of savings for the year.

Demand for printable vouchers has increased by 192% compared to the same time last month due to consumers searching for ways to save money this Mother’s Day, whilst still treating their mums to a treat.

Mark Pearson, MD of MyVoucherCodes.co.uk had the following to say,

“The searches for Mother’s Day have started even earlier this year compared to last, with people looking for affordable ways to treat their deserving mums, taking advantage of many well-known restaurants’ attempts to attract customers through printable discounts.

“Because of the economy, mums would undoubtedly play down the necessity of buying them a gift or treating them, but we’re keen to point out that just because we are in the midst of a recession, it doesn’t mean our mums deserve any less for all their hard work this year – in fact, searches for other Mother’s Day related products and services have risen too, so it looks like they won’t have to miss out after all!”

LINK – www.myvouchercodes.co.uk/printable-vouchers

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For more information about relevant discounts, or to speak to MyVoucherCodes.co.uk, please get in touch with Rich Leigh, 10 Yetis Public Relations Agency on 01452 348 211 or rich@10yetis.co.uk. Find me on Twitter @RichLeighSmith

EDITORS NOTES

MyVoucherCodes is the 4th fastest growing website of 2008 in the UK, according to NielsonOnline and Hitwise

The site now regularly achieves 7m unique visitors per month and by the 19th of December 2008 the site had already achieved 8m unique visitors for that month alone.

MyVoucherCodes is now over two years old and has featured on the likes of BBC Working Lunch, BBC Breakfast, ITV and every major national UK newspaper.

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