Having launched just six months ago, Uber Eats has rapidly established itself as the fastest and fastest growing food delivery service in the Kingdom. To mark the occasion, it today announces an unprecedented buy-one-get-one-free offer for Eaters in the country, giving away double meals during the promotion. Running from Tuesday 6thNovember until Saturday 10th November 2018. The offer includes hundreds ofparticipating restaurants spanning cuisines and promises to whet Eaters’ appetite in record time.
How to get free food
To show its love for the Eaters in the Kingdom, Uber Eats is offering buy-one-get-one-free items from a wide selection of restaurants. For five days, between 6th November and 10th November 2018, all users have to do is select their preferred restaurant, search and choose ‘buy one, get one free’ from the drop-down menu options and enjoy the second helping of the same item free of charge.
Uber Eats has made it possible and convenient for eaters to have their delicious meals when and where they want and this giveaway is another way of offering Eaters the very best customer satisfaction.
Perfect for a get-together with friends and family or weekday office lunches, there is plenty of choice with hundreds of restaurants across Riyadh from Hamburgini to Manoosha and local favorite Shawarmasters.
Eaters’ love for Uber Eats around the Kingdom is plain to see – data reveals a nation of hungry eaters
Uber Eats has become one of the most popular food delivery apps in the Kingdom, tripling its area of coverage to 500 sq-kmin Riyadh in just the past three months. Since its launch, hundreds of thousands of Saudis have downloaded the app – a testament to Uber Eats’ growing popularity.
Looking at local order data captured over the last six months:
Your food in a flash…or your delivery charge waived
For Uber Eats, as well as convenience and choice, speed is of the essence. In fact, in the inner suburbs of Riyadh, the delivery time is as little as 35 minutes. Not only can customers enjoy a delicious meal from over 200+ eateries (hundreds of new restaurants added since Ramadan alone), they don’t have to wait unfeasibly long, either.