People can apply for two additional $25 Dine & Discover vouchers.
State treasurer Matt Kean said new applicants will receive three Dine NSW and three Discover NSW vouchers while existing customers will receive one of each.
The release of two more vouchers is part of the State Government’s $250 million expansion of Dine & Discover in the economic recovery package to help local businesses.
The new vouchers will automatically appear in the Service NSW app from today for existing digital customers.
Customers who don’t have access to digital vouchers can opt into a new call and collect delivery method. All customers need to do is to call Service NSW on 13 77 88 from December 3, nominate their nearest Service Centre and in three business days they can collect their paper vouchers.
Participating registered businesses do not need to re-register, while those who want to join the program are encouraged to sign up by downloading the Service NSW for Business app.
NSW residents aged 18 years and older who are yet to apply will be able to do so until the program ends and will receive all six $25 vouchers.
Dine & Discover vouchers can be used seven days a week including public holidays and are valid to June 30, 2022.