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Three Eagles Restaurant & Bar Launch Loyalty Club


The Three Eagles Restaurant and Bar, situated on Bridge Street in Llangollen have  announced the launch of a new ‘Loyalty Club’.

Offering £10 credit to those that sign-up before 30th November, the Loyalty Club will enable guests to claim back 5% of their food bill at every visit they make to the Three Eagles by scanning a QR code on the accompanying phone app. Each 5% back will be loaded onto the app as points which can be saved up and used for further discounts at future visits.

The app, called QuadRewards – available to be downloaded from Apple’s App Store and Google Play – first requires guests to register for the Three Eagles Loyalty Club. This can be done through the Three Eagles website. Once registered and logged in to the app, guests can begin saving straight away.

Three Eagles Director, Tracey Owen says the Loyalty Club is one way that the venue will be able to reward returning guests – with so many regulars already coming back through the doors, despite the restaurant only opening in December 2018.

“There has been such a great response to the food offerings and the surroundings here at Three Eagles that we are quickly building a loyal following. I think guests enjoy the relaxed atmosphere – especially around our log burners as it gets cold outside and the quality of the food certainly speaks for itself.”

“We’ve introduced the new Loyalty Club to enable guests to benefit even further from their visit. So not only will they get to enjoy some of the freshest, locally-sourced food around, but they will be able to get something back from their food bills to be able to use towards some great offers and discounts.”

Further benefits of joining the Three Eagles Loyalty Club will include special ‘surprise’ rewards throughout the year, double points days and priority booking for special events amongst others.

To find out more about how to enjoy the benefits of the Three Eagles Loyalty Club and for further guidance, visit