High Street vouchers to be issued in early October
Northern Ireland’s High Street voucher scheme will open for registration on 27 September with the first cards being issued on 4 October.
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The £145m programme will offer pre-paid cards worth £100 to all over-18s.
It aims to help those businesses in retail and hospitality which were hit by the pandemic.
The £100 cards will have to be spent by 30 November, with registration happening primarily through an online portal.
People without online access can register by phone from 11 October.
To be eligible for a card you must have registered by either method by 25 October.
“Now is the time to get ready to spend local,” said Economy Minister Gordon Lyons.
“The objective of the scheme is to boost local businesses following the drop in footfall brought about by the pandemic.”
He has urged people to be patient when registration opens as there will likely be high demand.
The minister made the announcement on the Ormeau Road in south Belfast where traders welcomed the news.
Business owner Sinead Cashman said the money would be a boost at a time when there was a “natural lull” and “people have a few less pounds in their pocket to spend”.