Good news for Greggs fans, you can grab yourself a free sausage roll this weekend only.

Delivery giant Just Eat has partnered with the popular bakery to treat customers to the fan favourite.

Customers can celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee with a freebie that is quintessentially British.

From Thursday June 2 to Sunday June 5, the delivery giant will be rolling out the offer – but the freebie isn't available to everyone.

How to claim a free Greggs sausage roll

To make a claim for the infamous, savoury snack, you'll need to have a Just Eat account.

It's free to sign up, and you can use the service online or via its free app which is available to download from the app or Google Play store.

Find out everything you need to know about the Platinum Jubilee by clicking here.

Once you've made your account, you'll need to make a purchase through Just Eat to be able to grab the freebie.

Only those who make an order through Just Eat with a minimum spend of £10 will be eligible for a free sausage roll.

So unless you were already planning to use Just Eat to order a takeaway, you won't be benefitting from this deal.

A Greggs sausage roll usually costs around £1.25 – meaning you'd be £8.75 out of pocket if you use the deal simply for the freebie.

You can find your nearest store using Greggs' shop finder online.

The Just Eat deal relies on participating stores, and is only available while stocks last – so get in there quick if you're hoping to bag a bargain bite.

We've asked Greggs whether its vegan sausage roll is available in this offer and we will update this article when we hear back.

What other deals can I get?

If you're not all that fussed about sausage rolls, Just Eat has a couple other offers up its sleeve.

Customers who make an order for Subway and spend at least £10 can grab free delivery.

Plus, if you make an order through Just Eat from any restaurant with "Royal" in the name, you can get a celebratory 20% off.

This isn't the first freebie that been given out to celebrate the jubilee.

Greene King was planning to sell 6p pints in selected pubs, which was the cost of the drink when Queen Elizabeth was crowned.

But due to licensing laws, the company couldn't do that anymore so yesterday they gave the pints out for free.

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