Pot Nowdle On Campus

Pot Nowdle

POT Noodle is trialling a delivery service for Newcastle University students 'short on time' this exam season.

The company says that following 'overwhelming consumer demand' when the service was first revealed as an April Fool’s prank, Pot Noodle is trialling the dedicated 'Pot NOWdle' service and offering super-fast dispatch to lucky Newcastle University students trying to crack on with their exams.

The delivery service is being trialled at Newcastle University on Wednesday, May 30 where busy exam-laden students can get their hands on a free Pot Noodle.

Lena Portchmouth, Senior Brand Manager at Pot Noodle, said: “We were absolutely amazed by the positive response the Pot NOWdle service received after our April Fool’s was revealed. There was a clear demand from our fans to make the dream of instant Pot Noodle delivery a reality, so that’s exactly what we’re looking to do.

“Pot NOWdle is ideal for time-poor Brits, so we looked for the busiest in the nation. Students studying for exams and Londoners commuting across the capital felt like the perfect test audience, saving them valuable minutes so they can make it through their exams and busy days.”

Students will receive a complimentary Pot Noodle phone charger to help their tech make it through exam season, too.

Students simply need to tweet @PotNoodle between 10am and 3pm and ask Pot Noodle to help them ‘spend less time cooking, more time cramming’ followed by the hashtag #YouCanMakeIt.

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