Uber Eats has officially announced it will launch in Bundaberg from today with special discounts offered for local customers.
The platform has so far linked multiple stores to its delivery app for Bundaberg which include @ James Place, Ensoku and Sushi Lovers.
A spokesperson said launching in Bundaberg was part of a a four-city rollout which also included Albury, Wodonga and Shepparton.
“People in these four cities are about to discover the magic of tapping a few buttons and getting your favourite items delivered,” an Uber Eats spokesperson said.
“And the excitement extends beyond convenience of eaters, or new channels for restaurant owners with platform benefits also translating to people who want to unlock flexible earning opportunities as a delivery person.
“Of course to create excitement and opportunities in local economies, you need the best local businesses and we are proud to be providing the technology and demand channels for some of the most popular restaurants in these four towns already known nationwide for their quality produce.”
The spokesperson said no matter how locals were expecting to unlock the convenience of Uber Eats in these four new locations, there would be a special benefit for all.
“We’re going to make it easier for them to re-discover an old favourite or to find somewhere new with a $20 promotion funded by us to their first order – simply use the code BIGFOUR to get started,” the spokesperson said.
How to order Uber Eats
- Download the Uber Eats app or head to the Uber Eats website to order online.
- Sign in using your Uber account or sign up to create an account.
- Provide your address – add your home, work or any other address you’d like.
- Browse local restaurants – search for your favourite meal or try something new.
- Check out with a few taps – pay with your card on file.
- Track your order – watch as your order gets picked up and delivered to you.
- Rate your food and delivery.
- Share your unique code with your friends or family.
You can find out more by heading to the Uber Eats website here.
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