- Boston Market is giving away a one-ton shipment of mac and cheese to promote its new loyalty program.
- The first member of Boston Market’s loyalty program to reach 10,000 points can cash in to receive a ton of any of Boston Market’s sides: mashed potatoes, sweet corn, or mac and cheese.
- According to the chain, the 2,000 pounds of food can be delivered all at once in a "giant bowl of mac and cheese large enough to swim in" or over several shipments.
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Boston Market is giving away a one-ton shipment of mac and cheese.
On Wednesday, Boston Market announced it is launching a new rewards program called Rotisserie Rewards.
Customers can earn points by ordering from Boston Market on the chain’s new app or online. Points can be redeemed for things such as free sides, money off orders, or — if you earn enough points — a free holiday meal for 12.
The first member of Boston Market’s rewards program to reach 10,000 points can cash in to receive one ton of any of Boston Market’s sides.
That is 2,000 pounds of mashed potatoes, sweet corn, or mac and cheese. The largest bowl of mac and cheese in recorded history weighs in at 2,469 pounds, according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
"This lucky, loyal guest will be able to ‘cash in’ and enjoy the sides any variety of ways — be it a single serving of sweet corn once a day for months (or years) or a giant bowl of mac and cheese large enough to swim in, one ton of a single side all at once or four 500-pound servings on different dates," Boston Market said in a press release.
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