DELIVEROO has just launched a subscription service to give customers unlimited deliveries – but you would need to be a HUGE takeaway fan to benefit.

Super eaters that sign up to Deliveroo Plus — priced at £7.99 a month— won’t have to pay Deliveroo’s £2.50 delivery fee each time they place an order.

Deliveroo launches new subscription service to give customers unlimited free delivery – but you’ll need to a be a very loyal customer to benefit

Deliveroo claims the new service, which was trialled in six cities earlier this year, allowed half of its customers to save nearly £25 over a two months, while some saved up to £75 a month.

But the deal works for the company’s most loyal and frequent users only.

In fact, to benefit from the offer you would need to be ordering takeaway at least once a week.

That’s because you would need to use Deliveroo four times per month to spend £10 in delivery costs over the period – more than the £7.99 you would pay for the subscription service.

If you’re still tempted, you can sign up for a free trial for a month.

In November, subscribers will also have access to discounts from restaurants like Gourmet Burger Kitchen.

During the first month of the service going live, subscribers will have access to special offers from Gourmet Burger Kitchen

The service will be available in 45 towns and cities across the UK, including Brighton, Edinburgh and London, in the initial phase of the rollout.

Deliveroo plans to extend the service to more locations in the coming months.

The announcement comes as Deliveroo continues to compete with rival UberEats and JustEat.

Meanwhile, Nando’s just launched its own delivery service, meaning you can now enjoy Peri-Peri chicken without having to leave your house.

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It is worth noting that the chicken-chain previously used delivery app Deliveroo for the same service in a few of its branches.

Earlier this year, KFC partnered with food ordering app and website Just Eat to offer deliveries from around 30 Greater London branches.

It came after, KFC rival Burger King rolled out home delivery service to 34 more restaurants.

McDonald’s also partnered with UberEats to bring its own new delivery service to the UK this summer.

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