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Inndulgence Card

Welcome to the Fuller's Inndulgence Card web page.

15% off food and drink

The Inndulgence card is exclusive for Fuller's staff and entitles you to up to 15% off your total bill for food or drinks in any Fuller's Managed Pub or Hotel. You simply produce the card when paying and 15% will be deducted from your bill. You may use this card when entertaining friends, out with the family, or when you want to relax after a busy shift.

The card is a small token of my appreciation for all you do for Fuller's. Please make the most of your Inndulgence card by visiting pubs you have not visited before.

Preferential hotel rates

We are delighted to offer all Fuller’s employees preferential rates at all of our Managed Hotels and Inns with bedrooms.
The £50* Bed & Breakfast rate is based on a standard room and includes full English breakfast for two people.
As this is such a fantastic price and in some cases represents a 75% discount from our usual selling rates, there are some conditions:

  • The Fuller’s employee must be staying themselves
  • This is limited to one room per request – additional rooms may be available but the £50* rate is not guaranteed on additional rooms
  • Rooms must be requested via the House Manager, who will make the final decision as to whether the rate is available.
  • The decision of the GM is final will be made subject to forecast business conditions on the date requested and not just on availability.
  • Rooms cannot be requested more than one month prior to the arrival date
  • The offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer e.g. Shareholders
  • The rate is not available when staying for work related purposes

*£50 rate is available in all hotels excluding the following, where £75 will be charged: The Chamberlain, Sanctuary House, Mad Hatter, White Swan, Wykeham Arms & White Buck

Yours sincerely,

Simon Emeny

Group Managing Director

Please note: 15% off food is not available in our Thai franchise pubs.

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