HUNGRY Brits can get 15 per cent off their takeaway over the bank holiday weekend with Just Eat.
The delivery service is offering diners cash off orders placed on Easter Sunday and bank holiday Monday.
Getty – Contributor Customers can order from their local takeaway via the app
Just Eat works in a similar way to Deliveroo, and is the middle man between restaurants and customers at home.
All you need to do is apply the voucher code JUSTEAT15 when you come to place your order and the discount will automatically be applied.
While there’s no minimum spend, you will only get the discount between 12pm on Sunday April 21 until midnight on Monday April 22.
It means that you can get £20 worth of food for £17, or £7.50 off an order worth £50, for example.
How to save money on your takeawayFORGET the leaflets being pushed through your letterbox, claiming to have the best deals, we have run down the secret codes you need to save you cash:
Check out voucher websites before you buy – Sites such as Latest Deals and Vouchercodes, can help you save – up to 50 per cent – on some of your favourites chains, including Zizzi’s and Pizza Hut.
Sign up for apps and get free food – If you download the KFC app you are automatically allowed to collect two free spicy hot wings worth 99p. Other app deals too good to miss include the Burger King and McDonald’s apps which allow diners to get exclusive vouchers from meals, discounts and freebies when they download it.
Save your receipts and bus tickets for discounts – On Transport for London buses you can collect bus tickets and receipts which have McDonald’s – and other fast food chain savings – printed on them. A Big Mac and fries would be just £1.99, compared to the normal £2.99 for the burger on its own.
Newbies get the best deals – Deliveroo and UberEats both offer £10 off when you order for the first time using codes. You can find them online or you can get referred by a friend – who will also get a complimentary discount back.
The code, which was shared by bargain hunters on HotUKDeals, can be used on orders placed through the website and the app.
But before you hit the order button, it’s worth looking around for any more discounts or voucher codes online because you can stack the deals to save you more cash.
For example, if you order your meal through cashback site Quidco then you’ll get up to 4 per cent of your money back.
If you stack both deals then you could knock another £1.70 off your £50 order.
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You may also be able to find bigger discounts with other voucher codes shared by customers on sites such as VoucherCodes.co.uk and Goodtoknow.co.uk.
Gregg’s, meanwhile, is trialling delivering sausage rolls to your door but only when you order through Deliveroo.
The move comes after Ikea announced UberEats customers could get Swedish meatballs delivered to their door.
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