Greggs is giving away free sausage rolls during the Euro 2020 tournament

With the Euro 2020 tournament in full swing, Greggs has announced it will be giving away free sausage rolls.

Just Eat customers can nab the freebie if they order more than £5 worth of food using the takeaway platform's app.

But you'd need to keep tabs on the England games as the freebie applies the day after a goal is scored in the tournament.

So the next time you can pick up a free roll will be on Saturday after the Three Lions face their UK rivals Scotland on Friday.

England's final group stage game is against Czech Republic on June 22 and there will be other chances to get a free roll.

The offer is running until July 12, the day after the Euro 2020 final takes place at Wembley Stadium.

To score the delicious offer you'll need to create a Just Eat account, either using the app or on the delivery firm's website.

Enter your postcode to check whether Greggs delivers to your area, then add £5 worth of food in your basket.

Next you'll be able to select either a regular or vegan sausage roll as the discount will be automatically applied to the order.

The deal is only available through Just Eat and cannot be redeemed in store.

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In other Euro 2020 news, Aldi announced its new opening times during the European tournament.

Aldi confirmed the change of its opening times are for fans who will be watching the competition's games throughout the month.

But the new opening times only apply on one day of the week and that's a Sunday.

It said: "We are opening our stores in England and Wales 30 minutes earlier every Sunday during the Euro 2020 (for browsing only)."

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