They're launching a range of limited edition, non-edible goodies for bakery lovers all in the name of charity.
Sausage roll obessessers will be able to dress their phones up as their favourite snack with a sausage roll themes Apple or Android phonecase for a tenner.
And for another £10, there's even an umbrella that's completely covered in snaps of the beloved sausage roll.
For bakery regulars, there's even an £18 Christmas jumper that bears the lyrics across the chest: "Deck the halls with sausage rolls". Epic.
There are gifts under a tenner too, with a pair of sausage roll or doughnut printed socks costing £4, while a reusable cup costs £3.
For the hardcore Greggs lover in your life, there's the High Roller gift card that will only accept a minimum of £50 top up – just think of how many Festive Bakes you could purchase with that.
The high street bakery is also selling a range of Christmas cards that feature the baked goods in a festive backdrop, like a festive bake being carved and another being kissed under the mistletoe.
All proceeds will be going to the Greggs Foundation which supports community-based charities in the UK.
Unfortunately, you'll only be able to buy the gifts in five branches – Stratford Shopping Centre in London, Birmingham High Street, Manchester's Parker Street, Grainger Street in Newcastle and Buchanan Galleries Shopping Centre in Glasgow.
The same branches are also offering a free gift wrapping service, where helpful elves will neatly wrap your presents in paper covered in a festive bake design.
Given that there are around 1,650 Greggs restaurants around the UK, it's no wonder that you might be feeling disappointed.
What's in the Greggs stocking filler range?
- Greggs Christmas jumper – £18.00
- Sausage roll or doughnut socks – £4.00
- Sausage roll umbrella – £10.00
- Sausage roll phone case (suitable for Apple and Android top five devices) – £10.00
- Greggs pin badges (set of five) – £6.50
- Reusable cup – £3.00
- High Roller Greggs gift card (minimum £50 load) – £50.00
- Greggs Christmas cards (set of eight) – £4.00
There will be more than 10,000 products in stock, and you can buy more than one per person.
They're going on sale between Tuesday December 11 until Thursday December 13, with the gift wrapping service available from 4pm and 8pm.
That means there will be no nipping in to get your gifts wrapped on your lunch break and you won't be able to order them online either.
Hannah Squirrell, Customer Director at Greggs said: "Our free gift-wrapping service means weary shoppers can take a break while our elves wrap their presents, and they can even pick up some gifts for the Greggs fan in their life (or themselves) with our limited edition range."
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