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21 Jan 2022
Swapi offers free Greggs Sausage rolls
Roll up! 1,000 free Greggs Sausage Rolls available this weekend, here’s how to get yours!
Swapi has partnered with Greggs to offer hungry Brits a free Sausage Roll this weekend, with 1,000 pastries up for grabs nationwide before 11 am on Saturday (22nd Jan).
It is quick and easy to redeem your quintessential British favourite, and best of all, it's totally free!
To claim your Sausage Roll, simply download the Swapi app for either Apple or Android, where you will receive 250 points as a sign-up bonus. After signing up, access your voucher code via the ‘Greggs’ or ‘redeem’ section of the Swapi app.
Enter your nearest Greggs (before 11am) and present the code to a member of the team. A Greggs Sausage Roll costs 200 Swapi points, so not only will you get a free breakfast you’ll also have some loyalty points left over to put towards your next purchase at one of Swapi’s 400+ affiliated brands.
The offer caters to both meat-eaters and vegetarian and vegan diets, with the classic sausage and Vegan Sausage Roll options included.
Swapi wants to give Brits a much-needed pick-me-up and fight off the January blues. CEO and Founder of Swapi, Pete Howroyd, recently discussed the benefits of a daily walk for maintaining positive mental health, so the promotion incentivises app users to take a stroll this weekend and pick up a free British breakfast staple on the way.
Greggs has over 2,000 shops nationwide, with the free promotion available at the majority of Greggs retailers not including franchise partners. You can find your nearest branch of Greggs online.
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