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[Bundll] Free Delivery with $20 Order during June @ Uber Eats (App Required)


Pizza, Ramen, Fish n' Chips, Chickennnn – they’re our Uber Eats heroes, and the next time they call your name, you can enjoy $0 Delivery Fee* on orders over $20! (Minimum order excludes fees. Service fee applies).

To take advantage of this offer, all you need to do is download the Uber Eats app, add the promo code bundlleats to your account and pay for your order using bundll as your payment method. Offer is valid all month long!

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$10-$15 credit for both referrer and referee. Cannot be stacked with new user signup codes.

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    Does bundll affect credit check history or whatever? I've never used anything like afterpay or a credit card before because I'm scared of whatever credit history checks do haha


      Nope, there is no credit check done for bundll unless you go for their upgraded package (Higher spend limit)

  • +1 vote

    Could it be hacked like afterpay deals on ebay?
    Apply coupon code and then pay with gift cards, instead of Bundll

  • +14 votes

    This would be a good deal if it wasn't for the fact that Uber Eats have now made delivery $1 and added a new Service Fee. If I were a cynic I'd say it was so they could shout about messages like free delivery by only discounting by a $!


      Is this being trialed somewhere? I got a normal delivery fee for an order last Friday, in Brisbane, $4.99 in this case. Or is it being bundled together?


    People with good credit score like me, don't qualify for Bundll.

  • +11 votes

    Ever since Ubereat started charging this so call “Service fee”, their free delivery offers is no longer effective to incentivise me ordering….

  • +5 votes

    Service fee is the biggest rort ever.

  • +3 votes

    Agree about the rubbish service fee.

    Have been using Deliveroo and Menulog so much more.

    Free delivery is pathetic to me when there's such a high Uber service fee.

    Why would anyone pay a significantly marked up price for many dishes + a delivery fee + a service fee?

    Especially when many people are out of work or struggling at the moment.