Morrisons offering free Jacket Potato and Heinz beans - extended to 27 November

Morrisons has partnered with Heinz to offer free jacket potatoes with baked beans at Morrisons Cafes to help with the cost of living crisis, but you have to say the secret word. Here’s how to get one

Baked potato, baked beans and salad arranged to look like a face
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Heinz has partnered with supermarket chain Morrisons to give customers a free jacket potato and Heinz baked beans at their cafes. 

The offer is available at all 397 Morrisons cafes across the UK and it will be served when other hot meals are on. Find your nearest Morrisons Cafe (opens in new tab) and check the opening times. 

It’s one meal per customer, per day, regardless of age. 

Initially, this offer was for a limited time only, from Wednesday 26 October to Sunday 6 November. It has been extended until 27 November.

The supermarket giant has launched this short term scheme to help households with the cost of living crisis, saving customers around £5 for which they would normally get a Jacket potato with baked beans and salad.


To claim the offer, go to a Morrisons cafe and ask for ‘Henry’ when you order at the till point.

If you're confused where the name ‘Henry' came from, Henry Hienz is the founder of Heinz Beans. 

It’s a way for people to get a free meal without any embarrassment whilst the rising cost of living causes financial difficulties for many. 

This way of purchase is similar to Morrisons ‘Ask for Sandy’ scheme which gives people access to free period products.

A poster emphasising ‘Ask for Henry’ has been circulating on Twitter and people are spreading the word.

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Vaishali Varu
Staff Writer

Vaishali graduated in journalism from Leeds University. She has gained experience writing local stories around Leeds and Leicester, which includes writing for a university publication and Leicester Mercury. 

She has also done some marketing and copywriting for businesses.

When she is not writing about personal finance, Vaishali likes to travel and she's a foodie.