Download Our Order & Pay App
Get more from The Faraday with the More App. Our Order & Pay App is the best way to make the most of your visit to our pub in Epsom.
Want to know how you can earn points and pounds on every order you make at The Faraday? Simply download now or read on!
You’re reading on, good choice! Let’s get into the details then. Whenever you sign up to the More app, we also allocate you a loyalty card, just like that - we’re so lovely. You can use our app to order delicious food and drink to your table, which will give you points, and what do points make? 😉
★ We’ll give you 10 points for every £1 you spend ★
★ 200 points converts to £2 to spend however you like ★
You can keep tabs on your points and pounds in the ‘My Loyalty Card’ section on the the app. Whilst you’re there, why not check the ‘offers’ section to see what other amazing things you can get at The Faraday? We're sure you can work out when Wing Wednesday is, but what about Craft and Cocktail Night?
If you’re a little more old school and still have a plastic card, don’t worry - just enter the details when you sign up and we’ll link the card to your account.
App Update - January 2022
If you already have our app, we just want to let you know that we have added some additions to make it even more secure.
These additions will prompt you to sign in to the app in order to re-authenticate your login. You will then be sent a one-time passcode to your email address which you will need to enter before making a purchase. Once the code is entered then you will be able to make your purchases as normal.
The security of our apps and your data is our key priority. Happy ordering!
More reasons to download
Still need convincing?! Fair enough. How about you download now and we’ll give you double points every Monday?
Yep, 20 points earned for every £1 spent!
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