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DoorDash [doordash.com] is offering free delivery for first-time customers on orders of $10 or more
UberEats [ubereats.com] has waived all delivery fees



PF Chang's Free delivery for a limited time when you order P.F. Chang's from the app and spend at least $25.
BJ's restaurant FREE PIZOOKIE®
WITH PROMO CODE: PIZOOKIE†+$0 DELIVERY FEE WITH $19.95 PURCHASE THROUGH THE END OF APRIL.OFFER VALID THROUGH OUR WEBSITE AND MOBILE APP ONLY.
Potbelly is offering FREE DELIVERY through March 29th. Just order through Potbelly.com, the Potbelly app, Grubhub, or Doordash.
Church's Chicken use Grubhub to order your Church's favorites online 3/19-3/22 and get free delivery.
Auntie Anne's is offering $0 delivery fee via DoorDash on orders of $15 or more
Blaze Pizza is offering free delivery on orders of $10 or more
Boston Market is offering free delivery on any online or app order of $7 or more
Burger King place an order through the BK mobile app and you'll get two free kid meals. Plus, any order over $10 will get you free delivery. Through April 6
Now through 3/29, Burger King is offering an Impossible Whopper for free when you order $15 or more via Uber Eats!
Denny's has waived delivery fees through April 12
El Pollo Loco is offering free delivery via Grubhub until April 7
KFC will delivery free with GrubHub from March 14 - April 26 on a minimum $12 order
Outback Steakhouse is offering free delivery through April 30
Popeye's offers free delivery through their app
Rubio's is offering free delivery via the app
Wendy's is offering free delivery via Grubhub & Postmates on orders of $10 or more
&Pizza Work in a hospital? Stop by your local &Pizza restaurant for a free pizza. All you have to do is present your valid ID. Can't leave work? Text 200-03 #HERO to get your pie delivered.
Moe's Southwest Grill free delivery on all app and website orders of $10 or more through April 10
Del Taco offering free delivery on Postmates through March 20 (use the code DELTACONOW) and free delivery on DoorDash for first-time customers.The brand is also offering sealed delivery packaging to minimize risk for customers.
Pollo Tropical get free delivery when you place your order through the MyPollo app or the chain's website. Through April 3
Tijuana Flats you can get free delivery on any order of at least $25.Through March 31
Dickey's Barbecue Pit locations across the country, you can get free contactless delivery right now. Through April 30
Buffalo Wild Wings chain's ongoing BOGO wing deals on Tuesdays and Thursdays have been extended to delivery and takeout. Through March 30
Cousins Subs sub shop is offering free delivery for online orders placed through the website or the Cousins Subs app. Through March 31
Red Lobster you can grab free delivery on any order over $30 placed through RedLobster.com. Through March 29
Pieology Pizzeria enjoy free delivery until March 31, 2020. Any guests who would prefer to pick-up their orders can receive 10% off using code PICKUP10 on the Pie Life app. Order now at Pieology.com/locations.At participating locations. Subject to change within current local, state, and federal guidelines.
Littlecaesars Pizza - FREE DELIVERY OFFER FOR ONLINE ORDERS OF $10 OR MORE.Limit one free delivery offer per person, per day. Small order fee for orders less than $10.Taxes still apply. Delivery available from participating locations. Offer valid from 3/16 – 3/22/20.
Square Pizza Co. is offering curbside delivery to your car if you order by phone. This eatery also offers delivery options via GrubHub and UberEats.
Farmer's Table La Mesa – and all of its locations in San Diego County – is offering 10% off all takeout orders now through March 31, with curbside pickup available by request.
Pop Pie Co. in University Heights (and sister eatery Stella Jean) are taking orders by phone, with curbside delivery available.
The Great Maple in Hillcrest is staying open for takeout and curbside pickup Monday through Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., and dinner service from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
International Smoke in San Diego's North County is offering a to-go/delivery menu daily from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. that includes meal packages that feed four to eight people.
Beacon Tap $5 off $25 or more-10 off $50 or more. Free Delivery and Free Toilet Paper. Remember you can order and pay online at Thebeacontap.com or 847-715-2772[/b]
Buffalo Wild Wings is now offering their BOGO Free Boneless Thursdays available for delivery or takeout!

Not feeling BWW today? They're also offering their BOGO Free Traditional Tuesdays for delivery and takeout as well
https://www.buffalowildwings.com/en/promos/


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Delivery Services:
All the GrubHub ones are saying they're only for new customers.
DoorDash [doordash.com] is offering free delivery for first-time customers on orders of $10 or more
UberEats [ubereats.com] has waived all delivery fees


Auntie Anne's is offering $0 delivery fee via DoorDash on orders of $15 or more.
Blaze Pizza is offering free delivery on 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 zero delivery fees when you order $10 or more through their app or on bk.com.
Chipotle: Free delivery through 31 March for $10+.
Denny's has waived delivery fees through April 12.
El Pollo Loco is offering free delivery via Grubhub until April 7.
Jamba Juice: Free delivery this week (until 3/22?) through the app or website.
Jersey Mike's: Free delivery starting 3/20 until further notice through the mobile app!
KFC will delivery free with GrubHub from March 14 - April 26 on a minimum $12 order.
Little Caesars: Free delivery on online or in-app orders of $10 or more through March 22nd. One free delivery per person, per day. A small order fee applies to orders under $10. https://littlecaesars.com/en-us/
Outback: 15% off. Not sure on dates, but I think it was till mid April.
Outback Steakhouse is offering free delivery through April 30.
Pieology: Free delivery through March 31. Order pickup and receive 10% off use code: PICKUP10
Popeye's offers free delivery through their app.
Red Lobster: Free delivery. Min. $30.00.
Red Robin: Free delivery until 4/6/20.
Rubio's is offering free delivery via the app
Taco Bell: Free Delivery through Grub Hub for orders $12 or more.
Taco Cabana: No information of dates or terms given in post.
Wendy's is offering free delivery via Grubhub & Postmates on orders of $10 or more.


Here's a spreadsheet (not mine) for Bay Area small businesses: https://docs.google.com/spreadshe...sp=sharing. Also shows promos such as gift card and delivery discounts.

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Chipotle is free through 31 March for $10+. It was a promo to launch their delivery service, but still free for a bit and might get extended for COVID-19 (just speculation on my part).
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Jersey Mike's is offering free delivery starting 3/20 until further notice through the mobile app!
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Remember your local mom and pop places are also probably offering free delivery.
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If people are so worried about going to Costco, Walmart, etc why the heck would you trojan horse potentially contaminated food into your house? That's the easiest way to get the virus. You are digesting food outside your home by people who could be infected. If anything you bums can learn how to cook for yourself for once! ������ It's an important life skill.

Consider it practice. If the Apocalypse happens, there won't be any food delivery trucks for you.
So, the food you get at the grocery, prepared by people, sold on shelves full of food that people touch and walk past all day, is clearly a better option? Unless you're saying we should all grow and raise our own food, which, even if you could, it's not going to help you much right now if you don't already have a farm. It's all a risk. Six of one, half dozen the other.

And I guess grocery stores will also be open during the apocalypse. Good to know.
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If people are so worried about going to Costco, Walmart, etc why the heck would you trojan horse potentially contaminated food into your house? That's the easiest way to get the virus. You are digesting food outside your home by people who could be infected. If anything you bums can learn how to cook for yourself for once! 🤣 It's an important life skill.

Consider it practice. If the Apocalypse happens, there won't be any food delivery trucks for you.
... for some foods yes, but for anything cooked that comports well to heating further in the microwave (like certain Chinese/Thai, etc dishes) covered for a 2-3 minutes per entre, then let stand the same way for 3 minutes or so, you're likely golden. SARS-CoV-2 doesn't particularly like heat much at all. this way, we can still support the restarurants that desperately need our help right now AND we can enjoy some of the foods we love for a little touch of normalcy.
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So, the food you get at the grocery, prepared by people, sold on shelves full of food that people touch and walk past all day, is clearly a better option?
Yes, because when you get home you wash your hands. You take the food and you cook it. All the potential viruses are killed in the cooking process. When you buy take out you don't know if the people delivering it are coughing/sneezing etc. The cardboard they are handing you, plastic containers, etc can all be contaminated. As you go to eat your hands go from the plastic container to the food. Literally the easiest way to get infected in my opinion since its having direct access into your body. Like I said, its like a trojan horse into your house. You stay isolated in your home and start allowing "intruders" in without even realizing it.
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Yes, because when you get home you wash your hands. You take the food and you cook it. All the potential viruses are killed in the cooking process. When you buy take out you don't know if the people delivering it are coughing/sneezing etc. The cardboard they are handing you, plastic containers, etc can all be contaminated. As you go to eat your hands go from the plastic container to the food. Literally the easiest way to get infected in my opinion since its having direct access into your body.
Agreed. When I grocery shop, stuff that doesn't need to be refrigerated or frozen sits in quarantine in the garage for as long as possible before coming inside. Stuff that does need to be chilled right away is wiped down with a bleach solution or disinfecting wipe.

I am just operating under the assumption that everything I buy from now on is infected and needs to be dealt with. The last thing I want right now is a meal prepared by, or even worse delivered by, someone who may be carrying and not know it.

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Little Caesars is offering free delivery on online or in-app orders of $10 or more through March 22nd.

One free delivery per person, per day. A small order fee applies to orders under $10.

https://littlecaesars.com/en-us/
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So, the food you get at the grocery, prepared by people, sold on shelves full of food that people touch and walk past all day, is clearly a better option? Unless you're saying we should all grow and raise our own food, which, even if you could, it's not going to help you much right now if you don't already have a farm. It's all a risk. Six of one, half dozen the other.

And I guess grocery stores will also be open during the apocalypse. Good to know.
Considering the virus can only survive for so long outside the body, yes, it is 100% clearly a better option to buy non prepared food at the grocery store. Store it for a day. Good to go. Wash and cook the food is again 100% better than eating already made food that has been handled by 2, 3, 4 or more random people that you don't know if they are sick or not.

There really is no comparison here.
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Considering the virus can only survive for so long outside the body, yes, it is 100% clearly a better option to buy non prepared food at the grocery store. Store it for a day. Good to go. Wash and cook the food is again 100% better than eating already made food that has been handled by 2, 3, 4 or more random people that you don't know if they are sick or not.

There really is no comparison here.
I'm not here to get in an argument, but a quick search says this thing can last over a week on surfaces. It can last hours in the air. Going out to a relatively busy grocery store is exposing you to a lot of people you don't even see. Yes, you can wash your hands, but you can do that with delivery food, too. The virus can be on any surface you touch. Pickup is probably best if you can do some kind of drive through and don't want to make your own stuff. I'm gonna guess these places are in overdrive on cleaning everything, which is easier to do when it's a relatively small place vs. a large grocer. A pizza, for example, comes out of a hot oven, into a box, into a carrier that keeps it hot, to your house.

I'm not trying at all to downplay the seriousness here, but *any* exposure at this point is putting you at risk. Anything you order online is going to be around people and could also bring it into your home. Let's just keep smart about what we expose and when, but unless you live in a bunker, I'm not sure there's a ton of difference here. But, we can agree to disagree like civilized people.
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I'm not here to get in an argument, but a quick search says this thing can last over a week on surfaces. It can last hours in the air. Going out to a relatively busy grocery store is exposing you to a lot of people you don't even see. Yes, you can wash your hands, but you can do that with delivery food, too. The virus can be on any surface you touch. Pickup is probably best if you can do some kind of drive through and don't want to make your own stuff. I'm gonna guess these places are in overdrive on cleaning everything, which is easier to do when it's a relatively small place vs. a large grocer. A pizza, for example, comes out of a hot oven, into a box, into a carrier that keeps it hot, to your house.

I'm not trying at all to downplay the seriousness here, but *any* exposure at this point is putting you at risk. Anything you order online is going to be around people and could also bring it into your home. Let's just keep smart about what we expose and when, but unless you live in a bunker, I'm not sure there's a ton of difference here. But, we can agree to disagree like civilized people.

Ya. We get that. We are saying ordering food from delivery is worse than making your own. If people don't have food, it is still going to be a lot safer to go to the grocery store than it is to order delivery. People have to eat. People don't have to order delivery and have their food passed between multiple before 30 mins before you eat.
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I got an email that said outback was also 15% off. Not sure on dates, but I think it was till mid April.
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