You can now get a one-peso hotdog from a convenience store!

You can now get a one-peso hotdog from a convenience store!

- A netizen was able to buy a Big Bite Hotdog from 7-Eleven for P1!

- You can also get other promos such as the one-peso coffee

- Download the CLIQQ app and enjoy other deals

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For us Filipinos, snacks is part of our daily lives. We can’t get through the day without having a snack. As the years go by, Filipino snacks have evolved too.

From banana-cue, rice delicacies such as bibingka and biko, tempura, taho, and turon; it has now made Western food such as hamburgers, hotdogs, and chips part of our merienda. A lot of convenience stores are now selling these so it’s easier for us to grab some eats anytime of the day.

But having a snack can cost us especially for those who are on a budget. Hotdogs, siopaos, and burgers are priced at around 30 to 50 pesos and if you think about it, you can easily have a rice meal from a carenderia for that price. However, what do you do when the stomach calls for it?

A netizen shared some tipid tips on you can get a 7-Eleven Big Bite Hotdog just for P1. Yes, one pesos!

The netizen named Apple Mañalac was able to purchase a Big Bite Hotdog at 7-Eleven for P1 and she even paired it with Anlene Chocolate for only P10, which has a regular price of P37.

How did she score these deals? By simply downloading the CLIQQ app from Playstore or Apple Store. You have to log in by using your mobile number or Facebook account. Then you can choose from the different promotions that they have. If you want the Big Bite Hotdog promo, all you have to do is enter the code PISOHTDOG and for the City Blends Coffee, enter PISOKAPE.

One account can only have one piece of Big Bite Hotdog. You will get a text message from 7-Eleven once your transaction is successful.

But this promo is only available until May 25 for the hotdog and May 28 for the coffee! So grab the deal now, head out to your nearest 7-Eleven store, and enjoy your snacks!

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