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Support the restaurant industry and take advantage of free delivery!

If you’re practicing social distancing and looking for ways to support your favorite restaurants during the coronavirus pandemic, today is a great day to order takeout! There are so many restaurants offering free delivery and special promos!

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Enjoy a delicious meal from one of these restaurants offering free delivery!

*Please note that this post will be updated as we learn of other restaurants that are offering free delivery.

These restaurants are offering free delivery during COVID-19:

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Score free delivery on $25+ orders from Bertucci’s

Bertucci’s is open for carryout and delivery. Delivery is free on orders over $25, although a small $2.99 service fee may apply.


Bob Evans has free delivery on $15+ orders

Grab free delivery when ordering $15 or more from Bobevans.com. Check out their family meals that feed families of all sizes from 2 to 8 people!


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Orders of $20 get free delivery at Boston Market

For a limited time, score free delivery on any online or app or order of $20 or more at BostonMarket.com.


Carrows is offering free delivery on $15 orders

Carrows Restaurants are offering free delivery on $15 orders, where available.


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Get free delivery on $10 orders at Chipotle

Now through May 31st, Chipotle is offering free delivery on orders of $10 or more via the Chipotle app or on Chipotle.com.


Get free delivery on Del Taco orders

Score free delivery from Del Taco with no minimum when you order through Postmates with promo code DELTACONOW. If ordering with DoorDash, your first taco order delivery is free with a $15 purchase. Grubhub users can score free delivery with a $15+ purchase.


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Save $5 and get free delivery on $20 Denny’s orders

Snag free delivery on any Denny’s order of $20 or more when you order through the Denny’s website or app. You can also get $5 off your $20 order with promo code 5OFF20 at checkout.


Enjoy free delivery on $20 Kentucky Fried Chicken orders

Kentucky Fried Chicken is offering free delivery via grubhub.com, the Grubhub app, or order.kfc.com on orders of $20 or more.


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Enjoy free delivery on $25 orders at Macaroni Grill

Order a Feast for Five from Romano’s Macaroni Grill for just $25 and have it delivered for free! Note that this special offer is available every Sunday-Thursday from 11 AM-close and no coupon is needed.


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Orders of $15 get free delivery from Panera Bread

For a limited time, Panera Bread is offering free delivery on orders of $15 or more with the code FREEDELIVERY at checkout.


Get free delivery on any P.F. Chang’s order

Enjoy FREE delivery on any order from P.F. Chang’s when you order online or through their app.


Score free delivery from Ruby Tuesday

For a limited time, Ruby Tuesday is offering free delivery where available.


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Get free delivery on $10 Starbucks orders

For a limited time, get FREE Starbucks delivery with Uber Eats (available in participating locations only). Note that a small-order fee will apply to orders under $10.

Also keep in mind that prices for Starbucks items purchased through Uber Eats may be higher than posted in stores or as marked.


Enjoy free delivery on $12 orders at Taco Bell

Through May 22nd, Taco Bell is offering free delivery on your first delivery order of $12 or more (before tax, tip, and fees) at grubhub.com or using the Grubhub app.


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Also, if you would still like to support your favorite local restaurants, food delivery apps like DoorDash, GrubHub, Postmates, and Uber Eats are making it easier, too!

Anyone who would prefer a no-contact delivery can now request one through these apps and have food delivered to a safe spot outside their door. Go here for more details.


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Comments 12

  1. Casey

    I used Bob Evan’s free delivery (through DoorDash) to have dinner dropped off to my senior citizen parents. It came right on time and my parents thought it was the coolest thing lol

    • Lori

      That was so thoughtful! Wonderful idea!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Aww, How sweet! That’s great to hear, Casey! Thanks for sharing with us!

  2. emily

    I saw on the news in my area that many of these delivery services get to keep such a high % of the sale that often restaurants make little or no money on these sales. You may want to check directly with the restaurant to see what’s best for them in case they offer their own delivery or if you’re flexible do a carryout so the restaurant will make some profit.

    • Brittany

      I noticed on some restaurants that because they charge such a high %, the restaurants have to charge more to make up for it. One night we thought about ordering Panda Express and a rice bowl was just over $6 if we ordered it and picked it up from the restaurant but if we had it delivered, it was over $10 plus the delivery fee and plus tip, it came out to almost $20 for one meal.

    • Julie L.

      I read the same thing. Hard for small businesses to afford the fees but they almost have no choice in order to make some money. Try to do carryout if you are able!

    • Shoppingfan

      Exactly Emily! Local Custard shop that my son works for they make all sorts of desserts/treats however they are using Door Dash to gain more sales but it’s a 30% fee per sale. If you spend $8 with them, that’s $2.40! I hare that but they need the sales because many ppl don’t want to come out. They do curbside service which also helps. I hate this for small businesses.

    • boltsmom

      I have friends who own restaurants – often they lose money on delivery and just consider it advertising cost. So if you possibly can, please consider picking up your meal, or use delivery now and then go to the restaurant to dine in as soon as you’re able. Many local places are doing fundraisers for employees, or you can buy gift cards now to spend later to help. Restaurants will usually be happy to bring your order to your car so you don’t have to go in, too.

  3. berrylandnow

    I ordered Panera twice last week. Both times the driver didn’t bring my drink. I called Panera both times. The girl remembered doing my order (small town) so it had to be the driver. I never had issues before they used door dash. I could hear the door dash person talking loud on her speaker phone. Doing her job was the last thing on her mind. I know it’s not everyone. I just haven’t had good luck w/the door dash Uber eats deliveries. I know it’s small things but when you pay for something you should have it. Just my experience.

  4. Olga16

    I deliver for Ubereats and during this time many restaurants has said they are happy that they can still have sales thru these deliveries. At least in my area that’s what I am seeing. This job has been such help for me and my family.

  5. Cara

    If you’re concerned about the fees from using Doordash or Grubhub, check to see if your local restaurants are providing delivery services themselves. Several restaurants in my area have brought back some of the wait staff and kitchen staff as drivers and they aren’t tacking on a gazillion fees.

  6. accountsaving

    Hello, if anyone know is there any deals for Popeyes this month??

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