You could get paid £200 to eat Santa’s Yum Nuts and Greggs Festive Bakes - here’s how to apply

If you’re keen to earn some extra cash this Christmas, there are few better ways to get paid than by indulging in a heap of festive treats. is looking for a Festive Food Tester to sample an array of food from various limited-edition festive menus launched by chains this Christmas - and you’ll get paid £200 for your efforts.

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The best Christmas food

The successful applicant will be given £75 to order a range of Yuletide food that is currently up for grabs from various chains including Greggs, KFC, Costa Coffee, M&S and McDonald’s.

The task can be carried out from the comfort of your own home, with all orders to be made via delivery apps like Deliveroo, UberEats and Just Eat.

Once the taste test has been completed, each item needs to be reviewed based on the taste, value for money and how Christmassy it makes you feel.

The information provided will then be used to crown the best festive food in the UK - and you’ll be paid £200 for your insight.

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What food can I try?

The lucky taste tester will be able to browse the delivery app of their choice to select a range of Christmas-themed food and drinks to try, up to the value of £75.

To help you choose, MoneyBeach has rounded up the most searched-for festive food items of the year so far, with options including Greggs Festive Bake, Pret’s Christmas sandwich, Starbucks’ eggnog latte, a McDonald’s Celebrations McFlurry and Santa’s Yum Nuts from M&S.

Once your festive treats have arrived, simply take a photo before you tuck in and then enjoy.

You’ll then need to upload your photos and provide your feedback before getting your cash.

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How to apply

To apply for the role, you must be aged over 18 and live in the UK.

You also need to live in an area with delivery app coverage, either Deliveroo, UberEats or JustEat, and be a huge fan of Christmas and takeaways.

If it sounds like the job for you, simply fill out an application online.

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