Just Eat Offering Double Discount Which Means You Could Get A Free Takeaway Tonight
We are well into the week now, but while it's miserable outside, there could be reason for some cheer.
That's because by combining Just Eat's 'Cheeky Tuesday' offer with a second promotion from TopCashback.co.uk, users have the chance to get a free takeaway. And that's surely better than slaving away in the kitchen.
Just Eat's regular Tuesday promotion is available to new and existing customers, giving them 20 percent off orders over £15 ($19.50).
And the world is really your oyster, with a variety of fast-food outlets signed up to the amazing discount, including the likes of KFC, Pizza Hut and Domino's Pizza.
Now, while you could just sit back and congratulate yourself on bagging 20 percent off your meal, those who really want to make a dent in their order can go one step further.
Thanks to TopCashback, you could pick up an extra £15 bonus on top of what you've already saved - which, depending how greedy you are, could be enough to cover the entire meal.
However, this added extra is only available to new members, so sorry if you've already signed up with them in the past. Still, almost a quarter off your order ain't to be sniffed at.
All you have to do is sign up to TopCashback, which is free, and then find the Just Eat £15 new member bonus deal. Click and it will whizz you over to the Just Eat website faster than you can say large pepperoni and dough balls.
Once there, you just order as you normally would, making sure to spend the £15 minimum.
After that, the site will track everything and TopCashback will pay out the £15 bonus within 14 working days of the promotion's closing date this Friday (6 December).
Then you're free to enjoy your feast in peace.
One man who could probably have done with this deal a few weeks ago is Mike Jeavons, who ate nothing but KFC for a week to prove that it wasn't actually that unhealthy.
Travelling to his local KFC in Bedfordshire on an almost daily basis, the 34-year-old spent £105 ($136) over the whole experiment - so, as well as the clear health implications, his bank balance also took a hit.
However, if you're sat there thinking Mike was wolfing down everything that was on the menu, think again; Mike only consumed an average of 2,000 calories per day.
And by the end of the experiment, he had managed to drop 2lbs over the seven days. But it's really not something your doctor would advise.
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