Dozens of small food businesses in Jersey are planning a discount campaign, to coincide with the government's£100 voucherscheme.
In September, islanders will get the money which must be spent locally to help kick start the economy.
Meanwhile business leaders in Jersey are demanding more detail about future financial support from the government.
The co-funded payroll scheme saw government pay up to 80% of wage bills for companies who had lost money during lockdown - but it is only guaranteed until the end of August.
The hospitality sector in particular has suffered, with few tourists and many locals still cautious of venturing out.
Restaurant owners say the discount scheme could help them survive.
Paul Le Brocq is hoping the government's £100 vouchers will help. He is getting together with other independent eateries to offer discounts at the same time - to entice islanders to support the sector.
Pedros restaurant in St Aubin says it will also discount its menu for customers.
Chef David Cameron has turned the business into a "heat-up-at-home" gourmet delivery service.
The Chamber of Commerce say businesses coming up with these kind of initiatives is admirable - but they want the government to give them more guarantees - starting with an extension of the payroll co-funding.
ITV understands there will be an announcement about funding tomorrow (Friday 31 July).