Tight on cash? Ritual’s $1 Lunch Fest is back, returning to the CBD, North Sydney and Barangaroo.
Let’s face it, life can get pretty darn hectic. And for most of us, spending our Sunday nights meal prepping for the week ahead isn’t high on our priority list. Instead, you’ll find us throwing down cash each and every day on arguably the most important meal of the day: lunch. From that trendy vegan salad bar that’s opened up around the corner from your office to a cheeky mid-week burger and fries to make the daily grind a little brighter, it’s easy to rack up a hefty food bill each week.
If you’re looking to ditch the unnecessary splurging, we’ve found just the bargain-hunting deal to make it happen. Introducing Ritual’s $1 Lunch Fest, the week-long festival made to help Sydneysiders score a serious deal this month. From October 28th to November 8th, over 250 restaurants across the city will be discounting select dishes down to just $1. That’s right. ONE. DOLLAR. LUNCH.
All 250 restaurants on the Ritual app will be offering $1 options, with venues across Sydney’s CBD, North Sydney and Barangaroo treating office workers to a seriously tasty deal. Nab yourself a Mi Goreng Toastie from Dutch Smuggler Coffee Brewers, a Classic Cheese Burger from the Burger Project, a Classic Tzimmy Pita from Zeus Street Greek and Salt & Pepper Chicken Baos from Bing’s Bao and Beer – all for just $1.
So, who’s behind this offer? Ritual is the mobile pick up app encouraging office workers to step away from their desks and reconnect with their teammates. With over 250 Sydney venues available on the app, Ritual’s Piggyback feature connects co-workers ordering from the same venue at the same time to streamline their orders and the pick-up process.
So, how do you take advantage of this offer? Simply download the Ritual app to access the $1 meal offers from 250+ participating restaurants and cafes. Hurry, these deals will only be on offer until November 8th. To find out more, click here.
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