- A Melbourne cafe is giving away free smashed avocado to struggling renters
- Lux Foundry is offering smashed avo to renters if they show rental agreement
- ‘Lux Found Avo-Assist Program’ gives people avos while saving for a house
Being able to enjoy some smashed avo on toast and own a first house may not have seemed possible until now.
A Melbourne cafe has found a way to help millennials buy their first house by offering a deal that many will find too good to be true.
Lux Foundry is giving away a free side of avocado to anyone who is renting, helping share the love for smashed avocado without digging into the housing budget.
A Melbourne cafe (pictured) has found the solution to helping millennials buy their first house by offering a deal too good to be true
Lux Foundry is offering free sides of avocado to renters when they show their rental agreement (stock image)
The Melbourne cafe wants to help people enjoy the luxurious fruit without the expensive cost (stock image)
Lux Foundry owner Daniel told Daily Mail Australia they wanted to help people save for their house deposits.
‘We wanted to tap into [the idea] millennials aren’t able to purchase houses because of the amount of smashed avo they eat,’ he said.
‘So we have some free avo … and help them save up for deposit.’
Deemed the ‘Lux Found Avo-Assist Program’, the trendy Brunswick cafe shared a social media post saying renters were entitled to a free side of avocado with any meal.
Helping ‘non home-owners unite’, the popular cafe was welcomed by hundreds of supportive avo-lovers.
‘This is the best idea ever!’ one social media user commented.
Social medias united at the idea of free avocado, thanking the cafe for understanding their struggles (pictured)
The offer, which runs for a week, is available to those who show a copy of their rental agreement, and ends Friday (stock image)
‘Thank you for understanding the plight of every millennial in Melbourne,’ another wrote.
‘Poor struggling first home owners/strugglers who love avo too!,’ someone posted.
The cafe north of Melbourne wanted to help people balance the two lifestyle luxuries, with a side of avocado usually costing them $4.50.
The offer, which runs for a week, is available to those who show a copy of their rental agreement, and ends Friday.