Greggs Is Giving Out Free Sausage Rolls And Vegan Sausage Rolls

Credit: Greggs

Greggs is giving out free sausage rolls, vegan sausage rolls, and other breakfast items, from April 16! 

The high street bakery has teamed up with O2 on the special offer, which can be accessed by downloading the O2 Priority app.

Free items will be available from 7am-11am, every Friday and Saturday, at over 200 locations.

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Greggs is giving out free sausage rolls, vegan sausage rolls and other breakfast items. Credit: Greggs

Omelette Breakfast Rolls and Cheese & Onion Bakes are also included in the deal and if you live iN Scotland, you’ll be pleased to know the Lorne Sausage Roll is included too!

However, the deal only allows one product per person each week, and vouchers must be used the day they are redeemed.

After hearing about the exciting offer, fans took to Twitter to share their excitement.

One person tweeted: “I haven’t had a vegan sausage roll in forever.”

Tagging a friend, another said: “OMG you can get free sausage rolls!”

“I really fancy a Greggs sausage roll too,” a third commented.

Who doesn’t?!

However, some pastry lovers were left gutted when they realised it was only for O2 customers.

Disappointed, one person fumed: “I was so excited but then I realised it was for O2 customers only!”

How can I get a free Greggs?

To bag a freebie, customers must be over 16 and on a 02 mobile phone plan.

All they have to do is simply download the O2 Priority app and claim the deal by revealing the code.

Codes will be released at 7am on Friday and Saturday.

The only rule is that the code must be used the day it is unlocked.

To use it, customers just need to show it at the till when it comes to payment.

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Written by Aimee Walker

Aimee is a senior content editor at IGV who specialises in finding the best original stories, trending topics and entertainment news. She graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Media and Communications.