Deliveroo to pay for 20% discount on local restaurants in Melbourne
As thousands of restaurants enter a second Stage 3 lockdown in Melbourne, Deliveroo is announcing its biggest offer yet to make it easier than ever for customers to support their local favourites.
As part of the Lockdown Giveback campaign, Deliveroo will pay for a 20% discount on all orders from local restaurants in Melbourne for at least the next two weeks. Customers are being encouraged to show their support for their local restaurants by staying in and ordering the discounted meals.
The offer will be available across more than 5,000 restaurants from Monday to Thursday on all orders $30 and above, throughout the suburbs of metropolitan Melbourne impacted by the Stage 3 lockdown, with a view to extending further.
Customers simply need to look out for the 20% tag to enjoy their favourite meal at a fraction of the price.
McManus from Deliveroo said: “Deliveroo is
focused on supporting small, independent and mid-size restaurants. We know the
past few months have been especially tough as businesses have grappled with
closures and restricted opening regulations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Deliveroo has stood side by side with our restaurant partners and supported
them through these difficult times. With Melbourne now back in Stage 3 lockdown
we are giving back to them at a time when they need it the most.”
Dani from Royal Stacks said: “As a restaurant owner I am doing everything I can to limit the economic downturn as a result of these latest restrictions. Early and mid-week is the quietest period so Deliveroo’s Lockdown Giveback offer will really help small to medium businesses like mine.”
Offers are available exclusively via the Deliveroo app for a limited time only and at the restaurant’s discretion*.
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