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Royal Stacks is offering burgers with more than the lot
Who doesn't need a bit of excitement in these 'interesting' times we're living in? Here's a great way to enter a competition while also meeting all your burger cravings. Burger stronghold Royal Stacks has paired with local business Artelia Jewellery to come up with a 'burger with the lot' with a difference.
Your chance to win this handmade diamond solitaire ring worth $5000
Artelia Jewellery, which manufactures its jewellery at its workshop in Mulgrave, and operates stores in Westfield Fountain Gate and the heart of Melbourne CBD, has donated a handmade 31ct E/SI1 oval diamond solitaire ring set in 18k white gold worth $5000 for one lucky Royal Stacks customer to win.
To go into the running to win the ring, you will need to order an Artelia Pack which includes 2 x Miss Elizabeth or 2 x Queen Bee burgers, plus 2 small fries, priced at $31.
Order an Artelia Pack (vegetarian option available) to go into the draw. Pick up at venue only.
This giveaway is only available to customers picking up their order from Royal Stacks venues at 470 Collins Street, Melbourne, and 1/800 Sydney Rd, Brunswick.
The lucky winner will be drawn at random and notified on 30th April 2020.
Being respectful of social distancing requirements, Royal Stacks has introduced contactless payments and will deliver orders straight to customer cars with curbside drop off, so you don't need to come into the store. If you're picking up your order on foot, you can expect social distancing markings on the floor of the store, limited numbers of people who can wait inside, and hand sanitiser stations inside the restaurant.
Another option available is the Quarantine Pack which includes 2 x Single Stack burgers, 2 x fries, 2 x cans of soft drink and one roll of toilet paper.
The Quarantine Pack helps to meet all your basic needs
If you're craving a beer, Royal Stacks has got creative by using its bubble cup technology to package up beer for takeaway in store too. Those heading to the Collins Street store can pick up a takeaway Furphy or Heineken for an extra pick-me-up.