The UEFA Euros 2020 start today and Just Eat has teamed up with Greggs to launch an exciting new offer to mark the event. Customers can get free sausage rolls for a limited time only.
Just Eat has just launched a delicious new deal that’s sure to be popular across the nation.
Announced by England goalkeeper, David Seaman, the food delivery retailer has teamed up with Greggs to offer free sausage rolls.
Free rolls will be given out for every goal scored on a Euros 2020 match played on UK pitches and customers can pick from meat or vegan options.
It doesn’t matter which team it is as long as a goal is scored, making it one of the tastiest deals available.
Free sausage rolls will be available on the day after each game is played at Hampden Park or Wembley.
To redeem the free treat, customers will need to place an Greggs order on Just Eat that’s £5 or more.
With the first England game happening this weekend, the offer is available from Sunday 13 June to Monday 12 July 2021.
One for football and foodie fans, be sure not to miss out on this special deal.
Matt Bushby, Just Eat UK Marketing Director said: “Food is a massive part of football culture and after a year like no other, what better way to deliver joy than by rewarding customers with free Greggs sausage rolls for every match in which a goal is scored.”
In addition, Just Eat will be launching a special Rolls for Goals pop up campervan in London and Glasgow where visitors can directly free rolls.
The van will be in London on the 18 June 2021 and in Glasgow on 22 June 2021 from 14:00 to 18:00 outside each stadium.
Visitors can choose between a free Greggs meat or vegetarian sausage roll.
Here are the eligible matches for the rolls:
- England V Croatia 13 June
- Scotland v Czech Republic 14 June
- Croatia v Czech Republic 18 June
- England v Scotland 18 June
- Czech Republic v England 22 June
- Croatia v Scotland 22 June
- RO16 26 June
- RO16 29 June
- SF1 6 July
- SF1 7 July
- Finals 11 July
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