Tonight: UberEATS and YEAH! BURGER to offer cheap National Championship meals

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Attention Atlanta food (and football) lovers!

UberEATS is partnering with YEAH! BURGER on Monday, January 11, 2016 to deliver dinner for only $5.99. This is the first time UberEATS will be offering dinner on its new platform in Atlanta. College football fans can take advantage of this offer to enjoy a hearty, but healthy alternative to a game day meal before their team delivers an unhealthy beat down to the competition. 

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How & when to get the deal

Between the hours of 6:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., UberEATS users can have a YEAH! Burger and chips or a Chili & Cheese Hot Dog and chips delivered to them curbside in 10 minutes or less for just $5.99. Service will be available in the normal UberEATS coverage area of Buckhead, Midtown, and Downtown. 

How do you get it? Just open the Uber app on a smartphone to place an order, and the food will be delivered in 10 minutes or less. 

UberEATS focuses on bringing amazing local restaurants to Atlanta residents who crave something a cut above the regular delivery experience.  The online platform provides a venue for local businesses to flourish beyond their physical walls—spreading their brand and delicious meals throughout the Atlanta metro.

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Named as one of Bon Appetit magazine’s 10 ‘Favorite Burger Spots’ in the U.S. and the second “Most-Popular Burger Spot” in America by Foursquare, YEAH! BURGER is an upscale fast-casual eatery committed to using natural and organic ingredients. Unlike most burger restaurants, YEAH! BURGER’s custom, made-to-order burgers are free of antibiotics, growth hormones, pesticides and other unwanted additives. YEAH! BURGER’s customizable menu, casual environment and Earth-friendly efforts make the restaurant a family-friendly, feel-good destination for lunch or dinner.

This offer is for today only for the College Football Playoff National Championship.



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