2 March
Tuesday, 2 March 2021 N/A Food, Drink & Entertainment
How it started vs how it’s going.

On the bright side, we’re offering FREE (contactless) DELIVERY on all orders of $20 or more via Uber Eats.

Simply use the promo code BOOMBOX in the Uber Eats app to redeem.

ORDER NOW: https://www.ubereats.com/au/brand/chicken-treat
Offer runs until Sunday, March 7

This offer is for a $0 delivery fee on your order of $20 or more (excluding delivery and other fees) from Chicken Treat via the Uber Eats app (Offer). An amount equivalent to the delivery fee will be deducted from your total order value as a promotion. Other fees may apply. To redeem this Offer, open the Uber Eats app, apply the promo code BOOMBOX to your account, search for a participating Chicken Treat, add 1 or more items to your cart totalling at least $20 (excluding delivery and other fees), check the promo code is still valid at the checkout screen, place your order and then track your order via the Uber Eats app. To accept this Offer, you must successfully complete an order redeeming the Offer in accordance with these terms. Limited to the first 10,000 orders redeeming this Offer. You must apply the promo code before you redeem this Offer. This Offer is not valid in conjunction with any other offer. Offer may be withdrawn at any time. Valid in Australia where Uber Eats is available. Subject to availability in your area and restaurant operating hours. Offer expires at 23:59pm AWST on 7 March 2021 unless withdrawn earlier.
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