White Castle, the home of The Original Slider, today announced a new partnership with Uber Eats, offering online ordering and delivery to Cravers near more than 330 White Castle locations.
Coinciding with the 15th anniversary of beloved film classic, Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle, White Castle and Uber Eats will be giving away up to 1 million Original Sliders—one 10 sack per customer (small order fee may apply on orders of less than $10)—to Cravers with their order through the Uber Eats app using promo code 1MILLIONSLIDERS beginning on July 30.
The fast-food chain is also offering a new Harold & Kumar meal reflecting pricing from 2004 when the film was released. The meal is available to Uber Eats customers on July 30and 31 and includes 30 Original Sliders, five small fries and four 21-ounce soft drinks for just $23.40
Cravers can now order any of White Castle's coveted menu items, such as The Original Slider, the plant-powered Impossible Slider, or even a Crave Case for those with the boldest of appetites, through the Uber Eats app. Beginning July 30, White Castle will be giving away up to 1 million Original Sliders, in quantities of 10 per customer. Craving customers should act now, as the free "slider-tunity" will end once 1 million sliders have been given away, or on August 31, 2019.
"At White Castle, we're always working to improve the access and ease of enjoying our iconic sliders for our loyal customers across Craver nation," says Lisa Ingram, CEO at White Castle. "In 2004, we learned of a daring and arduous trip that two fans took to fulfill their Cravings. Today, we're happy to partner with Uber Eats to take our delivery capabilities to an entirely new level and make sure we're meeting customer needs where and when they arise."
"We're thrilled to offer one million White Castle sliders to customers to celebrate Harold & Kumar's epic journey," says Dennis Seydel, head of marketing for US and Canada, Uber Eats. "We're excited to partner with White Castle to deliver eaters this innovative and playful trip down memory lane."