The Easy Way Aussies Can Get HALF PRICE Groceries Today – But You Better Be Fast
- Uber Eats is offering a 50 percent discount on groceries until midnight November 15
- Aussie customers can have supermarket products delivered to their door for half the price
- The discount can be claimed by adding code PICKLE in the Uber Eats app
Australian shoppers can get their groceries for half the price by ordering through Uber Eats, but act fast as the offer is about to end.
Customers can save 50 percent on all groceries until midnight Monday, November 15, as part of the delivery giant’s largest-ever sale of supermarket items.
The discount can be claimed by typing the code ‘PICKLE’ in the Promotions tab of the Uber Eats app and adding it to your order.
Products from dozens of retailers are available on the app, including IGA, Woolworths Metro, Ezymart, and independent convenience stores.
Australian shoppers can get their groceries for half the price by ordering through Uber Eats – but act fast as the offer is about to end
The offer comes after new research shows that 74 percent of Australians suffer from a new post-lockdown phenomenon: Fear of Having People Over (FOHPO).
After months of grueling shutdowns in NSW and Victoria, an Uber Eats survey finds millions of people are feeling more pressure than ever to host. again.
Characterized by a number of concerns, FOHPO symptoms could include feeling anxious, being generally unprepared, not having enough food, and being surprised by a guest’s new nutritional needs.
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According to the survey, 40 percent of Australians suffer from FOHPO, while a third say their fear of welcoming guests has increased since the lockdown.
More than a quarter say they feel they are “out of practice” when hosting guests, with two in three admitting they are likely to forget items when people come to visit.
The most forgotten items are snacks, soft drinks and alcohol, all of which are available in food delivery apps like Uber Eats.
Regional General Manager for Grocery and Retail, Lucas Groeneveld, says the findings prompted the rollout of the 50 percent discount.
“After months of just cooking for ourselves, this research has confirmed how out of touch we are when it comes to getting people back,” says Groeneveld.
“Many of us need a quick backup, whether it’s a missing ingredient, a cold drink, or carpet cleaner to get that last-minute stain out.”
He added, “Our message to Aussies who are back in the saddle and playing host is: if you’re in trouble, just hop on the Uber Eats app and have that forgotten item delivered to your door.”