The Popular Free Jacket Potato & Beans Offer Is Back For 2 Weeks
Morrisons have re-launched its collaboration with Heinz, which allows anyone to grab a completely FREE jacket potato and beans for 2 weeks, or until all the 160,000 free meals pledged by the supermarket are claimed, whichever comes first.
The offer ran last October, where the supermarket dished up thousands of free meals to anyone that needed one and was incredibly popular and well received.
The free meal is available from Morrisons Cafes and in all Morrisons 397 cafes and is on every day while the cafes serve hot food (times may vary from each location).
The meal normally costs £4.98 for a jacket potato, side salad and Heinz beans, yet it is totally free with no requirements to buy anything else. The deal is limited to one free jacket potato and beans per customer daily.
To grab the deal, you just need to say 'Ask For Henry' to the cafe cashier, and you can eat for free, no questions asked!
Why Henry? Henry J. Heinz was the founder of Heinz and was a keen community champion, helping feed those in need, so it's nice that Henry can still help those struggling, even though he died back in 1919!
The offer runs from the 24th of April until the 7th of May, which is extra handy as it will cover the first May bank holiday, which is when schools will be closed, and children won't be able to take advantage of a free school meal, (if applicable), and so the kids can still enjoy a wholesome meal, but without any cost to the parents.