Who else is hungry all a sudden? Food supply companies have completely taken over with Uber Eats and Postmates making hundreds of thousands yearly f their hungry prospects. With the faucet a button, you’ll be able to have meals from most eating places delivered straight to your door. Despite the controversies they’ve confronted in the previous few years, Chick-fil-A stays a pacesetter within the fried hen market. Famous for his or her sandwiches, they’re fering up 200Okay free meals to anyone who orders with DoorDash, which was introduced at this time.
According to Uproxx, Chick-fil-A is celebrating the launch their new supply service by means of DoorDash, encouraging prospects to skip the road and order by means of the app. To add further incentive, they’re giving 200Okay hen sandwiches away. All it’s important to do is order Chick-fil-A by means of DoorDash and use the promo code “CFADELIVERY” throughout checkout.
The fer is happening till November 20 and as anticipated, there’s a small catch. Orders have to be positioned after 10:30 AM (who’s ordering hen sandwiches earlier than then, although) and the entire have to be at the very least $5.
With everyone freaking out over Chick-fil-A’s strategic design for straw utilization and their containers, this was one of the best time to roll out such an fer. If you are not messing with the quick meals restaurant, you’ll be able to all the time order some hen and waffles from KFC.
Who even knew National Avocado Day was a thing? We’re guessing not many you but it’s just become one the most important holidays the year because Chipotle is doing something special for it. You know when your server asks you if you’d like to pay extra for guac every time you visit their restaurants? And you reluctantly say yes even though you know it should probably be free? Well, tomorrow you won’t have to worry about that awkward interaction because guac is free for National Avocado Day.
That’s right, you won’t be paying that extra $1.80 for delicious guacamole and it’s all in honor the greatest holiday ever. Of course, there’s a bit a catch in that you need to be placing an order on their mobile app or online so that you can enter the promo code, which is “AVOCADO.” However, that’s still good enough for us.
The Chief Marketing Officer at Chipotle, Chris Brandt, released a statement on the exciting news, writing, “Our fresh, homemade guacamole has a massive fan following. We want to show our love for the avocado and reward our customers’ guac obsession. Plus, it’s a major bonus that you can skip the line when you order ahead with our app or at chipotle.com.”
In order to receive your free guac, you must order a regular-priced entree. The fer will only be available tomorrow on July 31. If you miss this one, maybe Chipotle will pull a similar stunt for National Guacamole Day on September 16.
If you’ve been craving Taco Bell’s ultra-popular nacho fries lately even though they haven’t been available in their restaurants, you may want to take a look at your local chain today because the brand has just announced the return the item on their menu. Last month, it was revealed that Taco Bell was bringing back the menu choice at a higher price and with the new cost $1.29, customers will be paying a whopping 29 cents more than they’re used to. Regardless, it’s probably worth it if you need to get your fix, right?
The return nacho fries coincides with the chain’s plan to reconstruct the futuristic Taco Bell in Demolition Man for Comic Con. The upscale restaurant will be situated outside the event in San Diego between July 19 and 21, fering fans a unique opportunity to partake in a fast food experience like never before. The 1993 thriller predicted that Taco Bell would be the only remaining restaurant in a utopian society in 2032 and, although we’re not quite that far into the future, the brand is looking to make it a reality. Taco Bell even went so far as to create a film trailer for the return nacho fries. That’s how big a deal this is.
Don’t get too excited, though, as the fries are only back for a limited time just like earlier in the year. If you’ve been feening, head to your local Taco Bell today.
Last week, IHOP sent the internet into a frenzy when they announced that they would be changing their name to IHOb. The International House Pancakes took to Twitter to make the startling announcement, as well as show their new logo. Before revealing the reasoning for the “P” to be turned upside down into a “b,” IHOP gave the world a week to guess what the “b” might stand for. On Monday (June 11), the restaurant chain finally shared their motives.
If you guessed that the “b” stood for burgers, you would have been correct. IHOP’s new marketing campaign is aiming to erase the idea that the restaurant is only for breakfast. Speaking with CNN, President IHOP Darren Rebelez stated, “We are definitely going to be IHOP. But we want to convey that we are taking our burgers as seriously as our pancakes.” So for those concerned about IHOP permanently changing their name shouldn’t worry. It’s all just part a clever marketing plan. “The vast majority people were having fun with the name change and were trying to solve the riddle. They had fun for a week trying to figure it out,” Rebelez said.
Although the name change may not be permanent, a few IHOP’s in Los Angeles have taken things to the next level by changing their store signs.