Free pizza takeaway if your delivery address is a graveyard

A takeaway service was offering fearless customers the chance to recoup the cost of their takeaway order this Halloween, simply by having their food delivered to a graveyard.

Hungryhouse.co.uk offers a wide range of takeaway options including pizza, Indian, Chinese, and Thai meals available for delivery in most major cities in the UK such as Cardiff, Edinburgh, London and Manchester.

Between the hours of 6pm and midnight on Halloween, Hungryhouse.co.uk were offering takeaway fans the chance to have the cost of their order refunded, up to a maximum of £20 per order, if the customer had their food delivered to a graveyard or cemetery.

The idea for the spooky promotion came after a list of the weirdest delivery addresses for takeaways was revealed recently. Odd places people have ordered fast food to include the swanky Ritz hotel in London, a graveyard, and a slimming club.

In order to be eligible for the Halloween promotion, customers had to first check the postcode of their chosen graveyard was covered by the hungryhouse.co.uk, and ensure the word graveyard was included in the comments box when making their order.

If you were brave enough to stick it out in a graveyard on Halloween, hungryhouse.com thought you deserved a free takeaway.

Hungryhouse.co.uk was featured on the BBC’s programme, Dragon’s Den four years ago where it received £100,000 worth of investment from two dragons, namely James Caan and Duncan Bannatyne.

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