Hungry Jack’s, Deliveroo launch state-based vaccination incentive

Free large fries await customers when their state reaches a 60% double vaccination level.

Hungry Jack’s has teamed up with Deliveroo for an Australia-wide, state-based vaccination incentive.

Once each state formally reaches the 60% double-jab milestone, all orders from Hungry Jack’s and participating restaurants on Deliveroo will automatically receive a free large fries with their order on the following Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

“A successful vaccination rollout is crucial to get us back doing all the things we love, with the people we love. We started this process to find a vaccination incentive for everyone along the journey to freedom,” Deliveroo’s head of consumer communications Joe Satari said.

 “With Deliveroo we have put into place a fun incentive to celebrate the progress everyone is making in getting the nation double vaxxed. The success of the vaccine rollout is something that is very close to all our hearts,” Hungry Jack’s chief marketing officer Scott Baird added.

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Hundreds of executives in and out of the country also joined the whole-day virtual conference.
This is done in partnership with retail property group Vicinity Centres.
The move is expected to complement the company’s long-term plan in the region.
The chain is giving them away on their official Instagram account from October 12 to 22.
Customers who order four medium-sized coffees will get another one for free.
It is also looking ahead to introduce the range into schools, local gyms, hospitals and other venues.
Ezikitchen is currently accepting new applications from brands to join the venue.
It can measure pedestrian traffic, profile customer movement, and more. 
The chain is initially slated to open 20 outlets in the country and New Zealand.
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