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UberEats is Giving Away Free Food And Other Deals for March Madness
UberEats is offering several deals during March Madnmess and of them could get 200,000 people free food.
With the app you’ll have the chance to win free or affordable food during every round of the men’s NCAA basketball tournament. Each round has a challenge of one kind or another. In the first round for example, if a #16 seed defeats a #1 seed, a coupon will go live at UberEats.com/MarchMadness 15 minutes after the game ends. That coupon will be good for up to $20 off your next order. That has only happened once in the past, but it was last year, so there’s hope.
For the third round you’re all winners. Everyone just gets 16% off (for Sweet 16) from March 28 to April 8.
Here’s the list of all the offers:
- Round 1 – If a #16 seed upsets a #1 seed, we’ll give 200,000 fans up to $20 off their next order.
- Round 2 – If a team loses by 20 or more points, people in the losing team’s hometown get $5 off their next order, as long as the promo code is used between 8am and 8pm the day after the loss.
- Round 3 – Everyone just gets 16% off (for Sweet 16) from March 28 to April 8.
- Round 4 – Delivery fees will be waived on orders from 7-10:30am (local time) the day after a game-winning buzzer beater.
- Round 5 – Delivery fees will be waived for the hometown of a losing team the next day.
- Round 6 – An Uber Eats courier has predicted the winning team will win by 21 points in the final. For each point he’s off by, you’ll get a percentage off your order.
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