In response to the coronavirus, the World Health Organization has advised the public that the best thing anyone can do right now is to stay at home. Even in this time of uncertainty, food is one thing you don’t have to worry about. Thanks to Slickdeals user OptimusPrimeAutobot, you now have a great list of restaurants and apps out there offering free food delivery service.
Where to Get Your Food Delivered for Free
From a bucket of KFC to the ultimate “Four for Four” deal courtesy of Wendy’s and even a pretzel dog from Auntie Anne’s, it’s possible to have all your favorites delivered straight to your doorstep. Bookmark this page for easier access and check out the list below.
- UberEats has waived all delivery fees
- Postmates is offering free delivery for some restaurants, including Chipotle (code CHIPOTLEME) and some local businesses
- DoorDash is offering free delivery for first-time customers on orders of $10 or more
- Wendy’s is offering free delivery via Grubhub & Postmates on orders of $10 or more
- Auntie Anne’s is offering free delivery fee via DoorDash on orders of $15 or more (ends March 30th)
- Blaze Pizza is offering free delivery courtesy of DoorDash for first time customers with orders of $10 or more
- Boston Market is offering free delivery on any online or app order of $7 or more
- Burger King is offering free delivery fees if you order through its app
- Chipotle has free delivery on all orders over $10 (ends March 31st)
- Denny’s has gree delivery fees through April 12th
- KFC will deliver free with GrubHub through April 26th on a minimum $12 order
- Outback Steakhouse is offering free delivery through April 30th
- Popeye’s offers free delivery through its app
- Rubio’s is offering free delivery via DoorDash
And that’s not all. Slickdeals users can get an exclusive $25 discount on Postmates with code SLICK5. The promotion will get you $5 off your first five orders, but note it’s only for first-time users. In short, enjoy everything you could ever need in the comfort of your home.
Of course, the list above only highlights major chains providing complimentary delivery. Beyond these franchises are your go-to local shops that no one should forget about. “Remember your local mom-and-pop places are also probably offering free delivery,” Slickdeals user FreeCake points out. If they’re closed or not doing deliveries, make sure to check out their website and see if you can help them out by buying a gift card to use later.
In addition, know that you can also get other items besides food delivered to you. Amazon may have put a hold on their non-essentials shipments, but this has allowed the company to prioritize important orders in six categories — baby products, health and household (including personal-care appliances), beauty and personal care, grocery, industrial and scientific, and pet supplies. Walgreens is also giving people a reason to continue staying put by giving away free delivery on any online purchase with no minimum amount.
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