IF you’re looking to treat yourself to a takeaway without breaking the bank, Deliveroo is offering new customers £10 off their first order.
You’ll have to spend £15 or more to get the discount, which means that you could get your meal for just a fiver.
Make sure to check if Deliveroo is available where you live if you’re looking to take advantage of the dealCredit: AFP or licensors
The offer ends on February 28, so make sure to snap it up before then.
To get the deal, you’ll need to download the Deliveroo app onto your phone through the App Store or Google Play.
After setting up an account, place your order and type in the voucher code WEGETFOOD when you get to the checkout.
You can get the deal ordering through the Deliveroo website too.
Just type in the same voucher code when you get to the checkout.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to use the voucher on any age-restricted products such as alcohol.
And you can only use the voucher once.
The deal was spotted by one savvy saver on hotukdeals.
Be aware that Deliveroo might not be available where you live, although it is running in over 200 towns and cities.
It’s best to check whether you can get your meals delivered to your postcode on Deliveroo’s website.
There are other takeaway deals being flogged too if you don’t fancy using Deliveroo.
Papa John’s fans can get 50% off orders worth £30 or more if they place an order via its app.
However, drinks, ice creams and Papadias won’t be counted in the qualifying spend needed to get the discount.
You’d better be quick though, as the deal ends on January 20.
KFC also has a sale on too.
You can get up to 50% off different menu items during certain weeks of the month.
This week, you can get a Tower Burger Meal for £2.79, down from £5.59.
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