20/02/2014 - Z updates
Love pies? So do we! That’s why March is our inaugural Pie Month at selected Z stations nationwide.
During Pie Month we’ve got lots of tasty treats for you:
Pie Day Friday
Every Friday during Pie Month we’ll have a new and exciting pie that will be available for one day only!
Here’s a sneak preview of what’s going to be on offer:
Friday 7 March – The Deluxe Pie with tender pieces of chicken breast, a dollop of cream cheese, asparagus and bacon
Friday 14 March – The Italian Meatball Pie with beef meatballs, tomato, onion, garlic, basil and oregano, topped with a creamy cheese sauce made with mozzarella
Friday 21 March – The Breakfast Pie starring cheesy sausages, smoky bacon, baked beans in a rich tomato sauce and topped off with an egg
Friday 28 March – The Chilli Con Carne Pie featuring beef mince, spicy Mexican beans, bell peppers, sour cream and a spicy nacho and cheese topped pastry mmm….
Make sure you don’t miss out on trying any of these delicious flavours that are only going to be around for one day!
Be in to win a year of pies
Buy any pie during Pie Month, text your unique code to 4747, and you could win a pie a week for a year! There’s a year of pies to be won every day until 31 March so heaps of chances to win.
Want to win $5,000 and bragging rights? Just head to our Facebook page during Pie Month and tell us what you’d put in your pie. The person whose pie is judged the best by our panel of experts will win $5,000 and their pie will be made and sold at Z stations nationwide.
An exclusive competition for Z Card customers
Want to win a pie shout for your work? Just email your favourite Z pie flavour to email@example.com and you’ll be in the draw for a workplace shout – that’s 24 pies of your choice!
To find out more, including a list of participating Z stations, or to view the terms and conditions, head to z.co.nz/piemonth from 1 March.
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