I spent just £2.59 on a Greggs magic bag with the Too Good To Go app and you won’t believe the amount of food I got

A FOOD fan has revealed how to bag a bargain food haul for just £2.59 from Greggs and we can’t believe the amount of food they got.

The haul included sandwiches, pasta bowls, doughnuts and more. 

TikTok user ‘southeastfoodies’ shared the Too Good To Go bargain food haul.

The foodie used the app Too Good To Go which connects hungry Brits with food chains and supermarkets with leftover food that would otherwise be thrown away, in a bid to curb food waste.

With Too Good To Go, shoppers can buy food at a discounted price, making sweet savings.

You pay through the app and get given a slot before closing time to go and pick it up.

This haul was posted to TikTok with the caption “Biggest one yet!! This all cost £2.59.” 

The Tiktok user said: “I spent £2.59 on a magic bag at Greggs.

“Inside was eight sausage rolls, four yum yums, two pasta bowls, one egg mayo sandwich, one cheese sandwich, one tuna baguette, four donuts.” 

Yep, you heard that correctly…

All of that for just £2.59! 

The video has clearly impressed many as it has racked up 20.8k views. 

Many were pleased with the Greggs haul and took to the comments to share this. 

One person said: “Wow.”

Another added: “That’s a bargain.” 

A third commented: “Deffo need to try this magic bag.” 

Another said: “I love that app. Less food waste.” 

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As well as this, many TikTok users were also quick to point out that although the Too Good To Go app is great, it seems Greggs always have the best bargain bags.

One TikTok user commented: “Greggs ones are the best.” 

Another added: “I’m always so happy with my Greggs bag, but this is a whole different level.”

Meanwhile, you can bag a full English breakfast, 10 pastries, yoghurt & fruit for just £3 thanks to a secret hack.

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