Burger Project is not messing around when it comes to their newest promotion: the first 5000 people to download their brand-spanking-new app get $10 credit.
That’s it. No strings attached. Just $10 cash money to cover the cost of one of their delicious Classic burgers. Or, if you are so inclined, ditch the savoury options and head straight for the dessert section; with your cheeky 10 bucks, you could instead snaffle yourself a couple of soft-serve waffle cones.
Some people might prefer to tuck that little nugget away for a rainy day, and to those people, we salute you! Grow your tidy little burger investment by chipping in some extra loyalty points, earned from purchases made from any of the 11 Burger Project stores (they’ll even throw in some extra points if you check in via Facebook).
What’s the impetus behind such wild generosity? You’ll have to ask Neil Perry. He’s the super-successful chef and restaurateur behind the Rockpool Dining Group, and the guy has some of Australia’s best venues to his name.
He launched Burger Project because people were always raving about the burgers he served up on the bar menu at his fine-dining restaurants.
When creating Burger Project, he kept the formula the same: patties are made from Cape Grim 100 per cent grass-fed beef, or Lilydale free-range chicken (vego options available too), with no added nasties. It might be all the rage now, but Perry has been known for doing paddock to plate since before it was all hip and cool.
To celebrate the opening of Burger Project’s newest store in Sydney on Friday, April 28, fire up your phones and download the Burger Project app to score yourself the $10 free credit.
The app became available on Wednesday, April 26, so all you eager beavers can download now and hotfoot it to the South Brisbane location to spend your burger bucks.
Word on the street is that if anyone manages to rack up 250,000 points on the app, Perry will hand over the recipe for his famous secret sauce. Challenge accepted!