Most people are probably guilty of spending more than they should on takeaways.
One a week is likely to set you back at least £20 - and then there's the emergency ones for when you've had a bad day/can't be bothered to go to the shop/are too hungover to move.
Well Deliveroo is about to make one person's life that little bit better and easier. The food delivery company's latest promotion promises one person, drawn at random, to win £20 of free food every single week for the next 50 years.
Across the next fortnight, Deliveroo will put each and every customer who buys a meal through their new app into a random prize draw.
The promotion is on for two weeks. Credit: PA
The winner will receive a 'lifetime of free takeaways'. According to the terms and conditions linked to the promotion, this will be £20 worth of Deliveroo credit each week for the next five decades. Who knows what happens if you live past that age?
And even better, the winner will get the amount of credit for the whole of the year deposited into their Deliveroo account as a lump sum - all within the first 10 days of winning.
So that means, after winning, they will get £1,040. It would be up to you how you choose to spend it. Would you have a feast for your mates? Or spend it slowly through the year?
Emily Kraftman, marketing director for UK and Ireland said: "This is definitely one of our most exciting promotions yet. Whether you're an existing customer, or haven't had the chance to try out Deliveroo yet - download or open the app, and order in the next two weeks to be in for the prize of (quite literally) a lifetime."
Deliveroo brings some of the best known brands in the world of food to your door, including McDonalds, KFC, Nando's, as well as most local independent restaurants and takeaways.
And after scouring the terms and conditions for anything that says otherwise - if you were to win, you may be able to be a bit more inventive with your funds.
One student came up with a pretty ingenious idea to get rid of an eight-legged intruder that was terrorising her at home.
Demi Sweeney, a 22-year-old criminology student who lives in Bournemouth, tweeted:
She put the request into the delivery notes section on the app - and Deliveroo even confirmed that she was fine to request this.
Winning the prize could well be more useful than just some free takeaways.
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