Oporto Is Ditching Delivery Fees This Easter Long Weekend
Oporto has joined KFC and Grill'd in the fight against delivery fees this Easter long weekend.
The Portuguese flame grilled chicken fast food empire has ditched the fees until Monday April 13 so that you can order whatever you want without being stung for more money.
The company has teamed up with UberEats for the offer, which is available to all customers with no minimum spend.
You just have to use the code 'OPORTODELIVERS' on the UberEats app, with the offer available until Monday 13 April.
You can also ask for contactless delivery when you check-out in case you want to keep your distance from everyone.
KFC Australia has launched a similar service, which kicks off today.
All you have to do to access the no delivery fee deal is order your food on the Menulog app or website and chuck in the code 'KFCatHOME' at the checkout and, boom, there's your free delivery.
Sadly, with this deal you have to spend more than $30 at a participating KFC restaurant. But if you're ordering for you, your partner, housemates or family, that shouldn't be too hard.
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KFC Australia CMO Kristi Woolrych said: "Just because things are a bit different this year doesn't mean Aussies shouldn't be able to treat themselves, so KFC has your household covered with free delivery via Menulog.
"We can't think of a better treat to enjoy this extra-long weekend than having a KFC meal during your staycation.
"Whether you're feeding your rowdy school-holidays family, or making the most of the time-off with housemates or your significant other, we hope that the free delivery offer helps to make your long-weekend a treat for everyone."
You can also get the same deal with Grill'd, however the deal ends 12 April.
In addition to that, your first order will also be half priced. That means a big chunk of money will stay in your pocket.
Grill'd founder Simon Crowe said: "In these uncertain times, we need to focus on the things that bring us together.
"For our Grill'd family, what unites us is between the bun - our delicious meat and meat free alternatives.
"We make every burger with love and are committed to keeping the community spirit alive by fueling our customers with healthy food delivered direct to their door."
The service will recruit delivery drivers, giving people who might have lost their job due to the coronavirus the chance at a new venture.
Grill'd added in a statement that you have to sign up to its loyalty program to get access the half price deal. You can get free delivery without having to sign up.
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