It’s time to put your pedometers to work, people, because the burger connoisseurs at Grill’d will throw a $10 voucher your way if you rock up with proof you’ve clocked the recommended 10,000 steps in a day.
In celebration of the restaurant’s new improved 100% natural burger menu with 0% artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, plus fresh locally sourced produce, Grill’d is rewarding anyone who’s doing their best to get out in nature (safely) to reach their 10,000 step-a-day goal.
For burger enthusiasts in Melbourne, only 5,000 steps are required to get $10 off your burger, and these steps can, of course, be completed around the home, in the backyard during exercise, or when exercising within a 5km radius of home whilst wearing a mask and engaging in safe social distancing.
To take part, all you need to do is sign up to Grill’d’s Relish loyalty program, then prove you have logged 10,000 steps (or 5,000 in VIC) the day you redeem on your phone, app or smartwatch to the team behind the register.
To ensure you adhere to social distancing, you can call ahead to make your order or head safely into your local Grill’d store. Online ordering and delivery does not count as part of the promotion.
Your chance to redeem $10 off your next burger or salad runs from Saturday, August 8, to Thursday, August 13. It’s a great excuse to get walking this weekend.
“From day one, we have strived to find better ways of making and delivering fast, healthy burgers and better, more sustainable ways of doing business. We know our customers are looking to make healthier choices, now more than ever, so we wanted to give them a great reason to step up, fill up and feel good about it,” says Grill’d founder Simon Crowe.
In addition to the entire burger menu now being 100% natural, Grill’d has also introduced four new burgers to the range, including a spicy chicken and waygu beef creation, plus two burgers with a healthy grilled field mushroom as the protein.
Find out more about Grill’d’s 10k steps for $10 off promotion plus the new menu items now.