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    Popeyes Partners with Postmates for On-Demand Delivery

  • Industry News April 15, 2019
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    To further celebrate the new partnership, Postmates is waiving the delivery fee on Popeyes orders with the promo code BISCUITS.

    Postmates and Popeyes announced Monday that they’ve partnered to bring their fried chicken direct to customers’ doors. With more than 2,000 Popeyes locations in the U.S., customers across the country can have their favorite Cajun dishes delivered. Postmates is also giving customers one biscuit for free when they order through the platform. To further celebrate the new partnership, Postmates is waiving the delivery fee on Popeyes orders with the promo code BISCUITS. The promo lasts until April 21.

    “Over the years we’ve made hundreds of thousands of deliveries from Popeyes, so we are thrilled to officially partner and work closely with them to continue to drive growth," says Dan Mosher, SVP, Merchant Lead, Postmates. “As the leader in on-demand that completes millions of deliveries per month, we are confident that we will do an incredible job serving such an iconic brand."

    “We’re always looking for new ways to connect our customers with our New Orleans inspired menu,” adds Camila Kataguiri, Popeyes Digital Marketing. “Now, we are excited to satisfy guests’ cravings wherever they may be by joining forces with Postmates and its expansive on-demand delivery capability.”

    Postmates is the leader in offering the most choice in on-demand delivery from more than 500,000 restaurants, grocery and convenience stores, as well as traditional retailers. The company now operates in about 3,000 cities and has added some of the most sought-after local and national restaurants, serving 65 of the top 100 restaurants in the US.

    Customers can always get free delivery when they subscribe to Postmates subscription service, Postmates Unlimited, at only $7.99 per month, when paid annually.

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