Skip the Cafeteria with an UberEATS #TBT School Lunch
If the last few weeks of back-to-school-ness had you feeling a little nostalgic–you’re not alone. We had a hankering for scratch n’ sniff stickers and PB&J sammies, so we’re delivering #TBT school lunches just like Mom used to make–well, sort of. Each paper bag lunch–made with love by a local restaurant–comes with throwback goodies that will take you back to the days of dial-up. Order your #TBT lunch today right in the UberEATS app.
What’s for lunch?
Ottawa: Get a $5 Classic Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup from MLT DWN all-day long.
Toronto: Get a free mini Vanilla Sprinkle Doughnut from Glory Hole Doughnuts with every UberEATS Instant Delivery Meal (11am-2pm).
Edmonton: Get a Ham & Brie Sandwich and Soda Special for $5 from La Prep all-day long.
Download the UberEATS app
Don’t have the app yet? Download it now (no batteries required) and give BFFs on your buddy list the scoop–they’re in for a tubular surprise.
PS: You’re all that and a can of chips.
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