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2 for 1 Vegan/Veggie Burgers (BOGOF) @ Oporto on Mondays in January (Flame Rewards Membership Required)

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Looks like Oporto has jumped on the Plant-Based train and doing a Buy One, Get One Free every Monday in January (similar to Grill'd's beyond burger deal)
*To redeem, simply scan your Flame Rewards app when you visit your local participating Oporto.
Yay to more options for vegans, vegos, and Veganuary & Meat Free Monday participants 🎉

NOTE: free Flame Rewards membership needed with $5 Welcome Voucher for newbies

UPDATE: received EDM w the following terms -
Terms & Conditions – Members Flame Rewards loyalty balance and tier is as of 01/1/2020. The Oporto Flame Rewards app or card must be scanned at the time of transaction to redeem the offer. Offer includes one (1) Free Vegan or Veggie Burger with the purchase of a Vegan or Veggie. Free burger must be of equal or lesser value. Only valid on Mondays until Monday 27th January, 2020. One per customer. Only available with purchase in-store. Not available via third party delivery services. Not valid with any other offer or discount. Flame Rewards is not available in South Australia, Gregory Hills, Entertainment Quarter, Football Stadiums or Oporto stores outside of Australia. To check your offers and latest account balance, simply log into your Flame Rewards App or login to your account at https://www.oporto.com.au/flamerewards/. For full terms and conditions, click on the link below.

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  • +6 votes

    This is great. Though note that during year end Queensland BOGO burger offer, the Oporto store I visited did not have that offer (and it did not show up in their computers). So I had to pay for both burgers.
    Hopefully their systems would show up the offer this time around.

    • +3 votes

      I signed up this morning and went to a store in the afternoon (Brisbane). This offer did not came up in their system. So I was left with no deal and walked away.

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    Do you just scan the oporto qr code from the app?

    Also is there a limit for how many you can buy?

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      Not sure about the limit but you do need to be reward member so need to scan your membership.
      The offer shows up in the app under "Active offers" (no bar code for the offer so just use the membership QR code).

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    Better to buy Beyond Meat burger patties from Coles and prepare at home. My last visit to Grill'd using that 2 for 1 deal still cost me $16 just for the burgers (and they know people usually don't just settle with burgers, but order Chips and Drinks alongside), whereas the pack you buy from Coles is $12 for 2 patties.

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      Coles sells them??

      edit: seems like only in NSW?
      https://www.coles.com.au/beyondburger

      Cos i would love to do as you suggest but i've never seen Coles sell any such thing here (Qld) unfortunately.

      • +3 votes

        I am in VIC, and can get them via select Coles and IGA shops. However Coles is $12 v/s $16 at IGA. And hard to locate at Coles aisles too, so ended up ordering online and collect it from a nearest point. You can find out who stocks it on Beyond Meat website.

      • +1 vote

        In SA they sell them in Drakes but not coles

      • +2 votes

        I've seen them in Brisbane but it took me awhile to find them because they put them in with the animal meats.

      • +1 vote

        I'm in Queensland and my local Coles has been selling them for a while. They're in the meat department in the special 'plant based meats' section.

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      But you also have to buy other stuff for the burgers (buns? condiments? vegetables?) and then prepare them too, so that's not really a fair comparison.. It's like comparing a homemade pizza to one from Dominos. Of course yours will be better, but it probably won't be cheaper (if we assume you don't already have all the ingredients) or quicker, which is the reason you buy Dominos in the first place :P

      • +2 votes

        Each to their own. I used a simple recipe that included sour cream mixed with sriracha and some corn, add a layer of lettuce and onions. Place everything between the soft buns from Aldi/Coles. Most of these items I am sure you will have at home or can be used over a few days.

        • +1 vote

          Completely agree with each to their own. For someone else to provide buns, condiments, salads, and clean up? I will happily pay the $4.

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          Just a quick heads up in case anyone is vegan and still using sriracha. It actually isn't vegan friendly, the sugar used in it is processed using bone char.

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      Why does everything have to be about cost? What if people just enjoy going out for dinner and can take advantage of a deal at the same time?

      • +1 vote

        Not everything is about cost, but you have to see the irony in posting this question on Australia's foremost bargain forum..

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          That's exactly the attitude I'm talking about, why does cost have to be the main/biggest factor of everything we do?

          I like to eat out, I like eating burgers, I like deals. This deal allows me to do all three.

  • +14 votes

    Triggered by additional menu choices.

  • +5 votes

    Perfect timming for us. Just as Grill'd BOGOF beyond burgers has ended, Oporto starts their BOGOF deal. Thanks OP.

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      what does bogof mean?

      • +2 votes

        Buy one get one free.

  • +1 vote

    Anyone tried the vegan burger from Oporto and can comment on whether it is good or not?

    • +4 votes

      The Fussy Vegan has:

      We tried the new Oporto Vegan Burger today. The burger itself was $10 or $15 for a combo, with includes chips and a drink. If you download the Oporto app, you can get $5 off your first purchase.

      The burger patty itself is pretty much just peas and herbs pressed together, which you can see in the second image (we didn't bite into it for the photo, we broke a piece off to see the inside). The taste wasn't too bad, but as with most of the pressed vegetable burger patties, it wasn't anything special either. For $10, we would expect something more on the lines of a Fry's or Vegie Delights chicken style burger patty. The whole pressed vegetable patty is very 1990's. Vegan food has improved so much since then, yet this seems to be the trend with fast food chains in 2019.

      The overall burger was much better made then you would get with the Vegan Cheeseburger at Hungry Jack's. The bun was fresh and tasty, the lettuce and tomato were fresh. The chips were delicious and the Lemon & Herb dipping sauce is also very good. We would probably only buy this again if we were stuck at the airport and there wasn't any thing else to get vegan. For couple of dollars more, we would rather get a vegan cheeseburger at Grill'd or if we were lucky enough to be near a LOTF, then we would rather pay a bit more and eat there. If you really like the Hungry Jack's Vegan Cheeseburger, then you might enjoy this, otherwise, as we said, we wouldn't recommend it unless you were stuck for vegan options somewhere.

      • +1 vote

        Aw darn, was hoping it was made with something like Sunfed Meats or Beyond patties :'(

      • +3 votes

        The chips were delicious

        Review disregarded. Oportos chips are garbage. They're the only fast food chips I buy additional sauce for.

        • +1 vote

          Well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man.

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            @pizzaguy: It’s like how some people actually enjoy red rooster chips.

            • +1 vote

              @SlappersOnly: the chips are average but the chicken salt is godly

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                @belongsinforums: I actually truly enjoy red roosters chips way more than say, KFC. I think they make decent chips among fast food chains.

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                  @Craze: yes, theyre good, but its all in the salt. source: used to work for big red

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                  @Craze: I might be mixing up my chips, I don’t eat much fast food. Is it KFC with the terrible soft/mashed chips?

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                    @SlappersOnly: Yes, in my experience I'd rate KFC last for chips. I don't eat a whole lot too but I don't even bother getting free chips and drink at kfc through the survey cause I normally eat a few and throw the rest out…

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        Sounds like Nandos style, a veggie patty rather than mock meat.

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          isn't that what mock meat is? compressed vegetables with ramen flavour sachets mixed in? HJs has been doing it for years

  • +8 votes

    Instead of a 50 Cent chicken fillet now they can use a ten cent veggie patty.

  • +9 votes

    The lack of understanding that plant based diet doesn't mean vegan is baffling. It's ok fellow meat eaters you can and do eat plant based products without turning vegan.

    • +1 vote

      It is baffling when people come on to these threads and bang on about meat then admit to being omnivores. Like a few extra greens is going make your masculine (for men and women) bits fall off.

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        then admit to being omnivores

        I think it's only you that is thinking everyone is a carnivore.

        • +2 votes

          Note I said omnivore, which means you might have only primary school level English comprehension.

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            @netjock: Because if they didn't admit they were omnivores, only you would think that meant they were carnivores lol.

            • -1 vote

              @ozhunter: Only you would read it and think that. So obvious is the sentence you'd just take a word out then repoint to the obvious. What kind of country do we live in? Oh yes, the one where the PM takes someone's hand and puts it in his hand to shake it on camera. DUH!

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      It's ok fellow meat eaters you can and do eat plant based products without turning vegan.

      yea, still so no reason to eat this. I'd rather eat a meat burger.

      • +2 votes

        I'd rather eat a meat burger.

        Where do you get one of those from? They don't appear to be readily available. The KFC Double was close but certainly not a meat burger. Watch out for plant based ingredients.

        • +2 votes

          When travelling I get 5x angus patties and 5x cheese from maccas. Stacked up in a salad bowl ironically.

      • +1 vote

        You mean a cancer burger

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          I see you still haven't figured out how to read and properly interpret the studies that were used to make that bogus claim.

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            @elli0t: Maybe you are that bogus doctor what can only get on youtube because nobody else believes in him.

  • -1 vote

    Does this come with high dose of oestrogen?

    • +3 votes

      No.

      It comes with two high doses of oestrogen.

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      Possibly phytoestrogen - nothing to worry about unless you're a vegetable.
      Oh, wait.

  • +1 vote

    Any deals for emergency workers?

  • +2 votes

    Fair warning:
    Went into the highpoint store this arvo, offer not coming up on my opoto app so had to explain that the deal was real. Eventually honoured it, but was awkward. You may have to do the same!

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      Interesting.

      When i login to flame rewards it is listed as a deal as meat free monday with the T&C.

      Also have free chips with $5 + spend. Can this be combined? Will have to test or read the T&C.

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    What are the prices?
    What is the range?

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    This deal is for selected members only.
    I signed up through the app and did not get the BOGOF offer.
    Ended up using the $5 offer …..

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      Did you sign up today? If so you will probably be able to get the 241 deal from next week.

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        Yes. The shop also told me so….thanks!

  • +1 vote

    Had the vegan burger today ($10). Ok at $5, wouldn’t pay full price for it.

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    Veggie burger is only $8.50.

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      Price may differ between stores.

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        Not too much I wouldn't say. The vegan burger was $10 at the same store though.

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          Veggie Burger was $8.95 at my local, couldnt get the vegan burger, was sold out.

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    A great way to start eating less meat in 2020, seems like it's affordable, too. thanks for sharing

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    Why is it the vegan burger is never in stock, had to have the veggie burger again.

  • -3 votes

    Why is it that vegan types want to eat fake meat looking factory products. Its absolute proof that those greens, root crops and seed ( so called vegetable) oils just dont satisfy.