Mad Mex Is Giving People Free Guac And Free Delivery Until Sunday
Fast food companies across Australia have been offering up free delivery on their products.
It's a very sweet deal that lets us save a bit of cash while still feasting on the burgers, wraps, chips, dips, drinks and anything else that we all love.
But Mad Mex is upping the stakes with their deal to not only give free delivery, but also free guacamole.
I know, I know.
View this post on InstagramHoly Guacamole, you can now make your favourite guac at home! Why? Because we're absolutely fed up with all the misinformation Australians are being fed about the food they eat which is why we're publishing all our recipes online. Get your guac on at our website (Link in our bio) #freshfuelforlife #madmex #madmexau
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The thought of having delicious avocado, coriander, salsa and lime juice smashed together and dripping down your gullet for absolutely zero cost is an outrageous situation.
Normally you'd have to whack on an extra couple of bucks to your order but no. You will get this absolutely for free.
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A statement from Mad Mex says: "Until Sunday 26th April, when ordering a main meal through Menulog, all home deliveries are on the house, and holy guacamole - Mad Mex is throwing in a free serving for the nation's avo-obsessed aficionados."
Sadly you'll only be able to get one serving per order.
Mad Mex has also launched a new initiative to help keep those people who are on the frontline of the coronavirus from going hungry.
The 'Shout a Burrito for an Amigo' campaign allows you to pay-it-forward and buy a burrito for someone you know (or maybe don't know) who is working on the frontlines.
Mad Mex said in a statement: "Until May 3 Aussies can shout a burrito for a brave frontline worker or an amigo doing it tough by purchasing a special $10 burrito gift voucher (usually priced at $11.90), where for every burrito sold, Mad Mex will provide the value of four meals to OzHarvest for the Here for Hope initiative: helping families in need during this difficult time."
So, if there's someone you know who is hankering for a free burrito and could use the gesture then get in there.
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