A woman has spilled on how she bought a huge meal from Greggs for just £2.59 using a money-saving app – and it's enough to feed two people.
In a video, uploaded on Saturday (February 6) TikTok user Hannah Kennedy shares the delicious-looking contents of her entire Too Good To Go order from Greggs.
The app, which saves food from being thrown away by flogging it at a massive discount, apparently bought a whole feast of Greggs delights for Hannah.
In the clip, she shows the small amount of money bought her: a chocolate muffin, two cookies, a pink doughnut she rated as 10/10, a vegan steak bake, and a ham and egg sandwich.
"Proper nice and a proper bargain too," she said.
The meal would be a generous portion for one or split two ways it works out at just £1.30 each.
Unsurprisingly, people who watched the video were impressed with the deal and said they were tempted to download the discount app.
One fan commented: "Just persuaded me to download the app and order for tomorrow, the suspense."
A second viewer enthused: "Too Good To Go is my fave app though dangerous if you’re trying to be healthy."
But not everyone shared the same positive experience, and some said it didn't work out for them.
"Why isn’t my local Greggs on too Good To Go?" asked a disappointed viewer.
Another person complained: "Mine always get cancelled or changed for a mega later time. I can’t girl."
Hannah recommended people book their order by 9am in the morning to get a pick-up slot but added: "Please don’t let Too Good To Go become popular, there will be nothing left for us."
This comes after a Frenchman's review of the Greggs sausage roll went viral as people praised his "honesty".
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