Last week The Times quoted a “senior party source” as saying it was a “very real possibility” the party could launch a card offering cut-price deals at the group and similar restaurants in a bid to entice more people to join.
But the chicken chain has denied this is the case, stating on its official Twitter that it has “no political affiliations as a brand”.
“We have a Nando’s loyalty card and standard gift cards that anyone can use, and we offer a 20% discount to Police, Fire Services, Ambulance service and NHS staff,” Nando’s said in a statement.
It added that “no political discount card exists”.
According to the latest figures the Tories have 124,000 members, while Labour has 552,000 and the Liberal Democrats 100,500.