Greggs is doing FREE breakfast this weekend – here’s how to bag yours


WE all love a tasty treat from Greggs – and it’s even better when it’s free.

The pasty giant is offering a free breakfast to thousands of its most loyal customers this weekend.

 The Reward entitles a member to a Breakfast Deal The Reward entitles a member to a Breakfast Deal

To claim the freebie you’ll need to be a Greggs rewards customers and download its app.

The offer includes a bacon, omelette or sausage corn topped roll, a bacon and cheese wrap or a porridge pot along with either a regular hot drink or a juice.

Sadly, there is a catch. The free Breakfast reward will appear on 9,000 members’ accounts – so not everyone will be able to claim the freebie.

The pasty shop said that customers will be selected on the the basis of  their account activity, so we reckon only the ones who use the app the most will get the reward.

 About 9,000 Greggs rewards member will be able to claim the freebie About 9,000 Greggs rewards member will be able to claim the freebie

Still, if you’re a Greggs fans it’s worth checking your phone to see if you’re one of the lucky users.

The deal was picked up by HotUKDeals  – and shoppers can’t get enough of the amazing offer.

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One Greggs fans said: “I’ve got it, bringing home the bacon!”.

Another customer added: “Thank you! I still have the Coke Zero to drink and I now have a free breakfast and a free cookie!”

But others were disappointed to find out they didn’t qualify: “Zero activity on my account so I won’t be getting a free anything,” a customer said.

What you need to know before signing up to a reward scheme

HERE’s what you should remember before signing up for a reward scheme

  • By signing up for a loyalty card, a retailer will get a lot of information about you and your shopping habits. The data might be shared within its group of companies to target you with offers and advertising.
  • If a firm goes bust, you will lose your points, which have no cash value. Hoarding points also means you risk losing them if a retailer or restaurant shuts your account after a long period of inaction.
  • Read the terms and conditions carefullly some retailers and restaurant will have expiration dates on certain offers (for example you might have limited amount of time to spend your extra points).
  • Don’t choose where to shop or where to eat based on a store’s loyalty scheme. If there is a particular item you want, shop around rather than head straight for the retailer where you have a loyalty card. In a restaurant check some of the special deals or menus – they might be better value than the loyalty scheme.
  • Beware of spending more simply because you have a loyalty card and don’t buy something just for any bonus points there may be

Earlier this year, Greggs rolled out plans to open 130 new shops this year, potentially creating more than 1,500 jobs, as it continues to expand its meaty business.

The high street bakery chain also aims to progress with refurbishments, revamping around 100 shops over 2018.

Many fast food chains now have their own mobile apps that can save you big money on your purchases.

If you’re a Greggs fan we revealed the freebies you can get from the pasty shop for your birthday through its reward scheme.

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