Aldi is providing Greggs clients FREE scorching cross buns after the bakery chain revealed the seasonal deal with wouldn’t be showing on menus this Easter.
The announcement was made by way of a Greggs spokesperson this week and dissatisfied followers have taken to social media to share their dismay. One shopper mentioned: “How can they not have scorching crossed buns at Easter?”
Readily available to appease the nation’s sorrows, Aldi has introduced it would provide 1,000 fortunate Greggs clients the prospect to get their scorching cross bun repair for FREE by providing a £5 voucher, redeemable in any of its shops throughout the UK.
With Aldi costs ranging from simply 16p a bun, Greggs clients will have the ability to scoop up a complete of 30 buns with their free voucher.
All clients must do is share a display shot of their Greggs app homepage to a chosen e mail deal with: email@example.com, together with their title and deal with.
Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Shopping for at Aldi, mentioned: “We’d prefer to reassure scorching cross bun followers that Aldi’s cabinets will likely be suitably stocked this Easter – we even have sufficient to cowl Greggs followers too!”
Clients can use their voucher to strive Aldi’s intensive vary of scorching cross buns, which embrace the award-winning Specifically Chosen Luxurious Fruited Sizzling Cross Buns (£1.25, 4 pack), NEW Specifically Chosen Salted Caramel Blondie Chocolate Sizzling Cross Buns (£1.25, 4 pack), in shops now. Or the NEW showstopping Caramelised Biscuit and Jaffa Sizzling Cross Buns (£1.29, pack of 6), which land in shops 16th March.
Aldi’s Sizzling Cross Buns vary is offered in retailer and by way of Click on & Accumulate now. Aldi’s Village Bakery Caramelised Biscuit and Jaffa Sizzling Cross Buns are in shops on 16th March.
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