Deliveroo are giving away free burgers from Barrio Cellar, Huxtaburger, and more this Friday

Premium food delivery service Deliveroo are prepping to unleash their Deliveroo Treat concept this Friday 15th July, offering to deliver free burgers from some of the best names in each city across Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. For three hours, Deliveroo drivers will be riding around their service areas delivering freebies from the likes of Hashtag Burgers in Sydney, Huxtaburger in Melbourne, and Buffalo Bar in Brisbane.

The process will be fairly simple. Come 12pm this Friday just log on to the Deliveroo website (link below) or download the Deliveroo App (iOS and Android) and there will be instructions to follow; three clicks from that and a free burger will be on it’s way straight to your mouth. You can even track the order via the App.

Sydneysiders will get to choose from Hashtag Burgers, Brooklyn Depot, Barrio Cellar, and more. Hungry Melbourne residents will have a pick of Huxtaburger, Hello Sam, and more. And Brisbane burger fiends will, as mentioned above, have the option of burgers from places like Buffalo Bar. See below for the full list.

Deliveroo Treats will be available from 12pm to 3pm across all Deliveroo zones in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. Burgers are limited in availability and up to the value of $20 each. Start getting prepared to order up those burgs at the Deliveroo website HERE and stay up to date via their Facebook HERE.

Barrio Cellar
Hub House Diner
Down N’Out by Hashtag Burgers
Chur Burger
Jack’s Burgers
Paradise Road Diner
Small Bar & Kitchen
Moo Gourmet Burgers Manly
Moo Gourmet Burgers Coogee
Mamas Buoi
Mojo by Luke Mangan
Jimmy’s on the Spit

St Kilda Burger Bar
Saintly Burger
Hello Sam
Thaiger Burger
Mama’s Buoi
The Beaufort & Ikes
Caffe La Via
San jose
Danny’s Burgers
C H James
Three one 2 One
Le Petit Prince Armadale

St Baxter
Buffalo Bar
Hop & Pickle

Headline Image: Hello Sam | Source: Deliveroo


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Chris Singh

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