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You Can Get Paid £200 To Eat Greggs And McDonald's Christmas Food

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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.

MoneyBeach is looking for someone to sit on takeaway delivery apps and order loads of festive grub from popular eateries, such as Greggs and Maccies.


They will then be required to review the food in terms of taste, value and 'levels of festive-ness'.

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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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Reckon you could see off £75 worth of these? Credit: McDonald's
Reckon you could see off £75 worth of these? Credit: McDonald's

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!

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"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.

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Entries close on 16 December and the winner will be informed the following day.

You can apply here.

Featured Image Credit: Greggs

Topics: Greggs, Food, Christmas, McDonald's

Jake Massey
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