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O2 customers can bag a tasty discount, but time is running out

O2 customers can now expect a little something extra to look forward to at the end of each week. The network will dish-out thousands of £10 vouchers for Uber Eats, which offers home delivery options for dozens of local restaurants and take-aways. And best of all, the minimum spend is only £12 – so you can bag a stress-free dinner delivered for as little as two quid.

The mobile network only has 10,000 codes to claim each week, so you’ll need to be quick if you want to make sure you bag the discount ready for Date Night. The offer will be available via the O2 Priority app, which usually offers early access to the latest gigs, sporting fixtures and other hot ticket events.

Since the introduction of strict social distancing measures across the UK, O2 has had to adapt its deals to customers.

Honestly, discounted take-aways is a pretty great way to keep customers happy as they spend as much time working, studying and staying clear of neighbours and family at home.

If you haven’t already, O2 customers can download the Priority app via the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. O2 will send you a direct link to the app by texting PRIORITY to 2020. The Uber Eats app is available in more than 150 towns and cities across the UK. Using the app you can order from over 17,000 restaurants.

According to Uber, the average delivery time nationwide is around 30 minutes. So, you won’t have to wait for long before you’re tasting the discount.

Uber Eats has introduced a range of measures during the COVID-19 pandemic. To reduce contact between couriers and Eats customers, all deliveries are now contactless and left at the door of the customer. Additionally, Uber Eats has distributed one million masks to couriers and drivers in the UK as well as hand sanitisers and masks to couriers.

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