Grill’d launches $5 HFC burger deal for loyalty programme members  | QSR Media
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Grill’d launches $5 HFC burger deal for loyalty programme members 

The promotion lasts until May 8.

New and existing Grill’d loyalty programme members can now purchase up to 5 of their HFC burgers for just $5 each, the company announced.

To redeem in restaurant, participants are told to present the barcode found in the Relish promotional email or Grill’d app at the time of transaction.

To redeem online, members must add any HFC burger to cart and select the ‘$5 HFC Burger’ coupon at checkout.

The offer — valid from April 26 to May 8 — is available for dine in, takeaway, pick up phone orders, online ordering, and Grill’d Delivery.

Upon redeeming, Relish Members will also qualify for another $5 HFC Burger coupon, the chain added.

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