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Terms and Conditions

Clays Vertus Residents Offer

The Clays Vertus Residents offer is subject to the following terms and conditions and is exclusively available for Vertus residents at Clays, Canary Wharf.

The offer is being run by Clays (Trigger Group Limited).

The Vertus Residents offer

The offer is valid at Clays, 1 Cabot Square, London, E14 4QJ.

The offer allows residents to enjoy 20% off food and drink at Clays between Monday - Sunday at any time during our opening hours. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other Clays offer or pre-booked packages.

When making a booking, please add to the reservation notes section that you are a Vertus resident.

To redeem the Vertus Residents offer, customers must be logged into the Vertus Residents Portal and demonstrate their logged-in status to a team member upon arrival. The discount will then be applied to the final bill.

Data Protection and Publicity

All personal information shall be used in accordance with Clays Privacy Notice.

Limitation of Liability

Clays does not accept any liability for any damage, loss, injury or disappointment suffered as a result of participating in the offer.


Guests will be permitted to order one drink per person and Clays reserves the right to remove anybody who is intoxicated.

Clays reserves the right to enforce our licensing objectives. Only 25ml and 125ml measures will be served, and any irresponsible drinking will not be tolerated.

For full cancellation and no-show bookings, please refer to our full terms and conditions.

Clays reserves the right to cancel the offer or amend these terms and conditions at any time, without prior notice.

Clays reserves the right to stop service without a refund.

Over 18’s only. Please drink responsibly.

The decision of Clays regarding any aspect of the offer is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into about it.

For further information on booking cancellations, refunds and changes, please refer to our full terms and conditions.

These terms and conditions will be governed by English law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.