Gird your stomachs, because this Halloween we’ve been gifted with UberEATS Trick or Treat, whereby the tech legends have partnered up with M&Ms to bring us delightful treat-sized choccies, and even last minute dress up costumes too.
That’s right, just like their Emoji campaign and their Australia Day cricket umpire stunt, today anyone in the UberEATS cities of Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brissy can open up their app between 12pm and 3pm and request a bag of treats or Halloween costume.
Those already on UberEATS can pick up the pack for $10, whereas new users to the app can get it for free when they enter the promo code ‘SQUADGHOULS’.
UberEATS munched its way onto the food delivery scene in Australia this year, functioning in much the same way the ride-sharing service operates, with UberEATS set to expand into more capital city suburbs over time.
For Halloween, if you’re new to the party, download and sign into the app, set the delivery point, and select the pack. Open the TrickorTreat store and add the pack to your cart.
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