You can get 25% off at Just Eat this Black Friday and 40% off for World Cup

Brits don’t need many excuses for a cheeky takeaway – but what better excuse than a discount?

Just Eat is offering customers an incredible 25% off some of their favourite eateries this Black Friday.

Hungry Brits can claim the discount at restaurants including Frankie and Benny’s, Friday’s, Greggs, Krispy Kreme, LEON, Papa Johns, PizzaExpress, Pret A Manger and Prezzo.

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The thousands of participating restaurants on Just Eat will offer 25% off on both Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

And if that wasn’t enough, during this year’s World Cup, Just Eat will be offering a range of deals, with up to 40% off bills.

This deal is available for all England and Wales match days as well as all the biggest matches of the tournament.

Food fanatics should be able to satisfy every craving they have while they have a quiet night on the sofa or a watch party to cheer on their footie team.

Some of the meal deals include:

  • Enjoy a sharing pizza, four doughnuts and two Coca-Cola drinks for £12 from Greggs (Save 40%)
  • Choose any two large pizzas, any side, Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and 1.5l drink for just £33.99 from Papa Johns (Save 35%)
  • Choose two pizzas between Margherita, American or American Hot pizza, with a side of Dough Balls ‘PizzaExpress’ or Garlic Bread with Mozzarella and two soft drinks from PizzaExpress from £27.95 (Save up to 29%)
  • Choose any two burgers, two large fries, six chill cheese bites and six onion rings for £24.99 from Burger King (Save up to 25%)
  • Choose two signature desserts for £13.45 from Creams (Save up 25%)

Order directly through the Just Eat app, or online.

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