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    Pei Wei Announces Free Delivery Week

  • Industry News January 15, 2019

    Pei Wei is making it even easier for fans to indulge in their favorite fresh, Asian food by waiving the delivery fee nationwide this week.

    For one week only, beginning January 14, guests can stay inside the comfort of their home and have Pei Wei delivered straight to their door for free. There’s no order minimum and no code required. Simply place an order through Pei Wei’s mobile app or online ordering platform at order.peiwei.com, select the “delivery” option and your handcrafted items will be delivered for no additional cost.

    “This is the first time we’ve offered free delivery nationwide; we have no doubt that it’ll be a hit,” says Pei Wei CEO J. Hedrick. “In addition to added convenience, this gives customers the perfect opportunity to try Pei Wei’s new fresh Cauliflower Rice and/or Cauliflower Fried Rice, which we launched last week.” 

    “Pei Wei delivery has been very popular among our guests, so we wanted to give them a little treat to show that we are thinking of them,” says Pei Wei chief marketing and digital officer Brandon Solano. “Having a delivery option for our guests not only makes our food more accessible, but it also allows them to earn rewards without having to leave their house, all through our online ordering platform.”

    This exciting offer ends January 20. So avoid the trip to the restaurant this week and have Pei Wei delivered for free. Order delivery online or through the mobile app. Orders are not valid when placed through catering.peiwei.com.

    Pei Wei's improved online ordering platform and mobile app are intuitive and easy to use. Guests can pay directly online and earn points towards free entrées. They can also redeem their rewards and apply coupons on orders directly through the app and online ordering platform. The app seamlessly integrates with Pei Wei’s My Wei Rewards loyalty program, so guests can always ensure they’re earning points on every order.

    News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by QSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.