How you could win £1,000 worth of Pizza Express in nationwide treasure hunt

Pizza Express Dough balls

Pizza Express is putting on a UK-wide treasure hunt that will see hungry Brits search to find one of 55 ‘golden dough balls’ full of gift-cards hidden up and down the country.

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You could be in to win as much pizza as you can eat

Pizza-loving Brits are being invited to take part in a treasure hunt by finding one of 55 ‘golden dough balls’ hidden around the UK – worth up to £55,000.

The golden orbs, currently being held at a secret location in London, will be transported to their hiding places ahead of the competition launch this coming Sunday.

Anyone fortunate enough to find a golden orb will win £1,000 worth of PizzaExpress gift cards to share with family and friends.

This is the second year of PizzaExpress’ annual dough ball hunt and lands on the company’s 55th birthday.

Zoe Bowley, managing director at PizzaExpress, said: “Following last year’s celebration of our iconic dough ball, we’re incredibly excited to be bringing back the hunt for our 55th anniversary.

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The treasure hunt is worth up to £55,000

“With the search for 55 balls culminating on our very own birthday, we hope everyone joins in with what is set to be a truly epic celebration.”

The 55 balls will be hidden across the UK from Sunday February 9th – which is also National Pizza Day – until the hunt ends on PizzaExpress’ 55th birthday on Friday March 27.

However, the restaurant chain has revealed a number of dough balls will be hidden in PizzaExpress deliveries carried out by Deliveroo.

Some of the golden orbs will be hidden in the pizzeria’s ‘Cook At Home’ range, which is available from selected supermarkets.

For clues on where to find the dough balls, follow the hunt by visiting @PizzaExpress on Instagram or using hashtag #PE55.

News from Mirror

Written by Louise

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