If you’re a burger lover, you might like this.
There’s this popular place in Victoria, Melbourne, Australia called Cafe 51 that offers free burgers for a lifetime to anyone who gets a tattoo of one their tasty burgers.
A bit extreme isn’t it?
Just pick your favorite burger, get it tattooed and get a burger for free every day in this restaurant.
It is simple as they said:
Tattoos are for life, so why shouldn’t burgers be free for life too, right?
Do you want to win a free burger everyday for the rest of your life?
Ever wanted to get a really cool tattoo?
Well now you can do both!
This competition is called #freeburgersforlife and there are a few rules that you must follow in order to qualify for it.
- You must be at least 18-years-old.
- You must present your ID when you sign in.
- The limit is one tattoo per person.
- By agreeing to take part in this promotional campaign, you also agree to be filmed or photographed for promotional purposes that can be posted online or in print by #burgerloveAustralia.
- You will pay for your own tattoo of the exact burger you pick from the menu.
- You will be able to redeem only one burger a day and only the burger that you have the tattoo of.
- You must hashtag #burgerlove in your uploaded images.
This is the form that you need to fill in order to apply for this promotion.
”You are then forever part of our #burgerfamily and you qualify to get this burger absolutely free everyday for the rest of your life. Coz we reckon that since you love us enough to join our #burgerfamily by getting a tattoo of one of our burgers, we love you enough to give you a free burger every day for the rest of your life!”
Registration will be available till the end of the October.
”To date we’ve had over 3000 applicants,” said Steve Agi, co-owner of the Cafe 51.
He also said that they thought of this idea after they noticed that some people already had burgers tattooed.
”We’ve already got half a dozen people who have had burgers tattooed on themselves. They sort of did it and that was what triggered it.”
“They come in and roll up their sleeve or lift up their shorts leg. They already did it without us having to ask” he said.
”Never expected such a massive response but I guess it’s testament to how passionate people are for our burgers” Agi added.
Initially, the cafe had plans to select 10 winners but now they are rethinking the plan since many more people applied. There would be too many people for the business coming in everyday to redeem a free burger.
”We were talking about limiting it to 10 but given that it only went live last night and we are planning to take registrations for all of October, it may blow out to a little bit more. We will see how things go.” Agi told The Weekly Review.
Applicants can choose from the smallest burger on the menu to the biggest one. The smallest one is the regular mini burger that is about 7 cm in width and 4 cm in height. The biggest cheeseburger is the Hulk burger that Agi claims can ”feed a small village” lol.