Find out how to get a FREE Greggs Festive Bake on November 7th

Find out how to get a FREE Greggs Festive Bake on November 7th

Greggs are bringing back their Festive Bake which for those who have forgotten contain succulent pieces of chicken breast, sage & onion stuffing and sweetcure bacon in a creamy sage and cranberry sauce, all encased in golden puff pastry with a crunchy crumb topping. Nom Nom Nom!

However, to kick start the launch of the festive bake returning for sale from Thursday morning they’re giving away 100 bakes at most Greggs locations across the UK one day early on Wednesday, more details below.

So are the rumours true about the pigs and blankets?  Yes, they’re returning for 2018 but only in selected branches.

Also, pigs under blanket baguette is new this year as well, which costs £3, and a cheese and chutney toasty, priced at £2.85.

Yeh yeh… So how do I get a festive bake for free?

On Wednesday 7th November at 4 pm, the first 100 people that are queued up at a Greggs store will get a free Festive bake.

How do I confirm this is legit?

The event details have been confirmed on Gregg’s Facebook Page

Not a sponsored or promoted post by Greggs but if they want to slip us some Pigs in Blankets send us an email!

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