Parents get your $250 of vouchers now


The new $250 worth of Parents NSW vouchers were so popular the Service NSW App crashed on their first day of release due to the excessively high demand.

Just try again and you will get through was the message from Premier Dominic Perrottet this week, who said the vouchers, which can be used for entertainment services and accommodation, are a thank you to parents.

Riverstone MP Kevin Conolly said eligible families can now receive five $50 vouchers which can be redeemed at Discover NSW and Stay NSW registered businesses.

In addition, the Stay NSW voucher program, providing every adult aged 18 and older with a $50 voucher to spend at registered accommodation providers, will be progressively rolled out from 21 February. Both programs will be implemented using the existing Dine & Discover NSW infrastructure.

“This is more great news for families who are ready to dine out or travel and stay at one of the many participating food and accommodation venues across the state”, said Mr Conolly.

Applying is easy and can be done quickly via your Service NSW app, the Service NSW website or by calling 13 77 88 for assistance.

Parents NSW vouchers can be combined up to the value of $250 and applied to your accommodation bill or discover experience.

Best of all customers can pool multiple Stay NSW vouchers with friends or family for the same booking at registered accommodation providers.

Bookings made through third party providers such as online booking platforms and travel agents are not included in the program.

Participating businesses will be able to redeem vouchers seven days a week, including public holidays. Customers will be able to search for participating accommodation providers on the easy-to-use hotel finder.

For details visit Service NSW.


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