Free Regular Burger with email sign up @ Eds Easy Diner

edited 20 October 2015 at 3:59PM in Freebies (low spend)
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edited 20 October 2015 at 3:59PM in Freebies (low spend)
Every member of Ed’s Club enjoys the fun of staying up-to-date with events at Ed’s and will have access to exclusive Ed’s offers from time to time. Every member receives:

A ‘Welcome to Ed’s Club’ e-mail when they join
A special ‘Free Regular Burger’ with that e-mail

A Free Ed’s Shake on their birthday
Exclusive ‘Ed’s Club Offers’ from time to time
An invitation to get an ‘Ed’s Club Loyalty Card’


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Official MoneySavingExpert insert: Ed’s diner has not confirmed the terms of the free £6.50ish burger with £2.55 drink, but similar offers have been spotted in the past. From what we’ve found, this offer requires signing up to its loyalty card and club in order to get the freebie with a drink purchase. There are only a few Ed’s Diners so check to see if there’s one near you ( find your nearest ) before signing up. Thanks to hermanni for sharing this offer.

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  • edited 28 October 2015 at 4:56PM
    RenTheRoostaRenTheRoosta Forumite
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    edited 28 October 2015 at 4:56PM
    Signed up to this and received an email saying:

    Your Welcome Gift!

    Get a FREE Regular Burger, Chicken Burger, Veggie Burger, or Hot Dog when you purchase any drink.

    So it's not technically a free burger - you have to buy a drink to get it & redeem the voucher.

    Looking at the menu the cheapest drinks seem to be sodas at £2.55 so the deal is technically - a burger and a drink for £2.55 which is really good - but not a free burger.

    **Update** Have since been for my free burger and it was yum. The burgers are quite expensive so getting one and a soft drink for £2.55 is very good value. Of course they're hoping people will buy more stuff than just a soft drink: which we did since my friend was treating me :P
  • None in mid Wales! :(
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