DELIVEROO RIDES INTO SANDOWN WITH £10 DISCOUNT

KFC, Little Dessert Shop, Eastern Eye and the Co-Operative have all joined the Deliveroo service, which has just launched in Sandown.

Those living in the Sandown area can now order food from a range of restaurants and grocery retailers in the local area.

Participating outlets include independent restaurants like Eastern Eye Indian Restaurant & Takeaway, Little Dessert Shop, Cinders, Serenity’s and T & D Kitchen (Ventnor), as well as well-known high street favourites like KFC, as well as grocery retailers and convenience stores such as Co-operative.

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Deliveroo is offering all new customers £10 off their first order using the code GETFOOD10. This is an offer for new customers only, with a minimum spend of £15 or more for one redemption per person.

The food delivery company will continue to add new local restaurants, takeaways and convenience stores to the platform over the coming months, like Morrisons.

Deliveroo is looking for up to 50 people in Sandown to become riders. Those who work as riders will be able to work when they want and where they want, delivering food and groceries to customers’ doors in as little as 20 minutes.

Berenice Cowan, Head of UK Expansion for Deliveroo said:

“At last, we’ve arrived in Sandown – Isle of Wight! We can’t wait to bring everyone great food from local and national favourites, and to help local chefs reach new customers. Hungry foodies, here we come!”

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Deliveroo deliveries are made between 11:30 and 23:00.

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Banner
Banner
5 days ago

Now you never need to leave your front door. Stay at home and pile on the pounds.

fred
fred
Reply to  Banner
5 days ago

All they need next is to be able to sign on using their smart phone…..

Fed up paying for people who don’t want to work. Benefits should have an expiry date. You get them for six months unless you can show you can’t work. Seems at the moment all they have to prove is that they don’t want to work. I don’t mind paying for people who need help. Someone who can spend the weekend at the festival is very capable of working.

Colleen
Colleen
Reply to  fred
4 days ago

Should only get enough money for basic needs, there are jobs out there but the attitude is wrong as many get more on benefits so wont work, happy to let others work to keep them, everyone can do something, about time the system was changed, you dont work you dont get,

Everyone
Everyone
Reply to  fred
4 days ago

You are a very miserable man Fred! Any positive comments?

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