You Can Get Paid £200 To Eat Greggs And McDonald's Christmas Food
'Tis the season to stuff your face - and one lucky blighter is going to get paid for the pleasure.
A baguette with all the trimmings... *No sprouts though, obvs- Greggs (@GreggsOfficial) November 23, 2020
The Pigs under Blankets Baguette is back. :christmas_tree: pic.twitter.com/HkZqJrm6Im
They will then be required to review the food in terms of taste, value and 'levels of festive-ness'.
The chosen one will get a £75 voucher to spend on the food, and once their 'work' is done, they'll be given £200 for their time.
The ad for the 'Festive Food Tester' reads: "As a specialist website for restaurant and takeaway insurance - we keep a keen eye on the takeaway trends in the UK.
"This year many brands are offering their limited-edition Christmas menus via delivery apps like Deliveroo, UberEats and Just Eat - which means that festive foodie fans can merrily munch without even having to leave their home.
"It got us thinking - from the Greggs Festive Bake to Pret's Christmas sandwich, what is the best Christmas food out there? Well we're looking for a Festive Food Tester to find out and settle the debate once and for all!"
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The ad continues: "MoneyBeach.co.uk is looking for a takeaway-loving, crazy-for-Christmas individual to try a range of items from the nation's favourite restaurants, shops and takeaways.
"You'll get a £75 voucher to be spent on your choice of festive foods, all to be ordered via a delivery app. Each item will then need to be rated on: taste, value for money and levels of festive-ness.
"As all food will be delivered to you, you don't even need to leave your home to complete it!
"When you've completed the task we'll pay you £200."
So, what's the catch? Well, there isn't one really, though the ideal candidate will fit the following criteria:
- Based in the UK
- Over 18
- Lives in an area with delivery app (Deliveroo, UberEats, Just Eat) coverage
- Loves takeaways
- Loves Christmas even more
Just to clarify though, the Festive Food Tester role isn't an actual job, it's a one-time thing - so don't hand in your notice if you're chosen.
Entries close on 16 December and the winner will be informed the following day.
You can apply here.
Featured Image Credit: Greggs
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