Uber Eats is turning three in South Africa, and what a conveniently tasty journey it has been! Between 30 September to 4 October 2019, Uber Eats is celebrating and is doubling the fun with a buy one, get one FREE from participating restaurants across South Africa.
Pick a pair of pizzas, bring home two burgers, or sample double the sushi, and only pay for one dish. It’s as simple as it sounds. KFC, Momo Bauhous, McDonald’s, Fourno’s, Mexican Fresh, Pizza Hut, and The Raj are just some of the great deals on offer.
In the last three years, Uber Eats has grown substantially, with many more South Africans now using the app to enjoy their local favourites at a touch of a button. “It has been three years of bringing you food for all emotions, and three years of bringing friends and families closer together with shared meals. It seemed only appropriate that you should get 2 meals for the price of 1 on our third anniversary,” explains Ailyssa Pretorius, General Manager for Uber Eats South Africa.
Here’s to three years of Uber Eats helping the multi-tasking parents, the overtimers and over-the-weekenders enjoy their local favourites at a touch of a button, saving them time to focus on what’s more important.
How it works:
1. Open the Uber Eats app and tap the Buy One Get One Free banner to see participating restaurants in your area.
2. Order from the special Buy One Get One Free section featured at the top of the restaurant page.
3. Select the ‘Get One Free’ box to receive a second of the same item free of cost.
4. Pay with either your credit or debit card, and Eaters in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town can now also pay with cash.
Take note that Buy One, Get One Free is available on selected items only at participating restaurants in South Africa. Restaurant availability may vary based on your location. Available while stocks last from 10 AM 30/09/19 to 5 PM 04/10/19. Delivery fees apply. Promotion available to Uber Eats account holders who must be older than 18 years old.
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