Free Food! Get $20 off your first meal with Uber Eats promo code “EATS-RFUFR”

Sharing an easy win for $20 off $25+ a meal with this Uber Eats promo code: “EATS-RFUFR

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Easy $20 discount with Uber Eats

If you’re in a city where UberEATS participates (and there are many – here’s the full list), you can get $20 off your first $25+ order when you use an existing user’s promo code after you download the app for iOS or Android.

It only takes a few minutes and you can get a nice discount out of it. I’ll show you how easy it is.

$20 off Uber Eats promo code

Uber partners with restaurants in major cities all around the US and Canada (and around the world). Here’s a very abbreviated list:

An Uber driver will deliver the restaurant’s food to you after you order via the app. To make it interesting, they rotate the selection every so often, so there’s always something new to try.

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Come to meeee

And in my city of Dallas, there’s always a selection of restaurants with a $0 or $1 delivery fee – and it changes every five minutes.

You can only order through the Uber Eats app (not on the website) – so you need a smartphone to access the service (and live in a participating city).

Free food!

Now for the fun part. You can get $20 off your first order of $25+ – and you can use it toward the delivery fee (if there is one).

After downloading the app, click the “Account” tab and enter an existing user’s promo code where it says “Promotions.” Mine is “EATS-RFUFR” if you want to use it. This will give you $20 to use toward your first order of $25 or more. You should see it automatically listed after you enter it.

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Enter in the promo code under the “Account” tab

Now you’re ready to start browsing the food options.

a screenshot of a food menu

Om nom nom

Select whatever you want.

You can use the $20 toward the $25+ worth of food.

Once you find something you wanna gobble, hit “Place Order” and get ready to chow down.

You can share your promo code with others, too. Then they can get free food and so can you.

Bottom line

This should make for a nice lunch break.

I do not know if this promotion is in limited quantities, or if it has an expiration date.

So if you’re interested, I’d go ahead and download the Uber Eats app and apply a promotion code sooner rather than later. As a reminder, my code is “EATS-RFUFR” – that’ll give you $20 to spend toward $25+ worth of food. You can apply it toward taxes and the delivery fee, too.

Uber Eats purchases code as “restaurants,” so your best bet is to use a card that includes dining as a bonus category, like the Chase Sapphire Preferred or Wells Fargo Propel. And if you have Uber credits through the Amex Platinum Card, this promotion will stack with that as well.

Share with your inner circle to keep the free food coming in.

Remember to tip though!

Have you had an experience with Uber Eats?

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