During the Covid crisis, the ceiling for restaurant tickets had risen from 19 to 38 euros.
Some benefits of restaurant tickets will disappear. Indeed, from Friday July 1st, the ceiling of use will go back to 19 euros, while it was 38 euros during the Covid crisis. But that’s not the only change to come…
Restaurant tickets will be used under the same conditions as before the health crisis.
This Friday, June 24, the Ministry of the Economy, quoted by BFM TVindicated that the precious sesame can only be used during the working week, from Monday to Friday, excluding weekends and public holidays. Small exception however if you work on Saturday and Sunday, restaurant tickets can still be used.
This measure is not unanimous. On Twitter, some deplore a problem of timing, linked to current inflation: “Not the moment.”
This announcement sounds for some the end of outings to the restaurant on weekends, with friends or family…
Where to pay in meal vouchers?
According to the legislation, restaurant vouchers allow the purchase of a meal or food preparation in establishments that accept them. Since March 2010, their use in supermarkets is more restricted. Restaurant tickets can only be used to buy sandwiches, fresh, frozen or canned meals, prepared salads and mixed salads. Alcoholic beverages cannot be purchased with catering tickets.
From their specific space available on the websites of service providers issuing their restaurant vouchers, employees can consult the precise list of points of sale where to pay in restaurant voucher.