Deliveroo Helps You To Grab Life By The BaublesPublished On Tuesday 26 Nov 2019 by Sticky Beak
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Limited Edition Food Baubles Revealed And ‘Yule’ Be Sorry To Miss Them
• Deliveroo launches eight food themed baubles as a tree-mendous, exclusive free gift for customers
• Launching with offerings from ASK Italian, Burger King, Bryon, GBK, KFC, Pizza Hut, Wagamama and YO!
• Celebrating the best-selling dishes in Deliveroo’s favourite restaurants through the festive season
November 2019: This year Deliveroo are celebrating all that’s good about Christmas: giving and eating, by creating and giving away a range of delicious food-inspired decorations. They are set to be the most sought-after bauble this season as they are scrumptious enough to ‘spruce’ up any tree.
These limited-edition, money-can’t-buy ornaments are not only bang on trend but are also a deliciously realistic addition to ensure your tree is insta-ready. Moulded on their best-selling dishes, each bauble is hand painted and worth £34 and can be yours absolutely free – a Christmas gift from Deliveroo.
These chosen delectable dishes include the crunchy cali roll from YO!, gyoza from Wagamama, the cheesy bites pizza from Pizza Hut, a bucket from KFC filled with finger lickin’ chicken, a stacked burger from GBK, the ‘All Hail the Turkey’ burger from Byron, the Whopper ® from Burger King and the purple basil pesto Genovese from ASK Italian. There will be over 1,000 baubles up for grabs across the UK, for a few lucky people.
To receive a bauble completely free of charge, hungry customers simply need to order through one of the participating restaurants and await to see if they’ve been randomly selected to nab a bauble with their meal.
The baubles are made in clay, moulded in silicone, built in resin and then hand painted to ensure they are as durable and detailed as possible and completely un-‘fir’gettable.
Joe Groves at Deliveroo says, “Christmas isn’t just about pigs in blankets and brussels sprouts and Deliveroo are here to prove it by giving our customers a foodie treat for their tree. We wanted to show off some of the most iconic dishes available from some of our best-loved restaurants, which are likely to get even Santa drooling as he puts your presents under the tree.”