[VIC, NSW, Android, iOS] Send App Referral Program: $10 off Min $10 Spend with Free Delivery to Selected Areas @ Send

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Send is a grocery delivery app that promises free delivery within 15 mins between 9am - 8pm. I’m not affiliated with Send, but ordered twice over the weekend and my orders arrived in less than 10 mins. On my first order I used a code to get two Pana icecream sticks delivered for $1 out of pocket.

The min spend is $10, however on my second order (where I used a credit for referring a friend) it errored until I put $11 of goods in the cart. Maybe the min spend is $10 plus GST, so you may need to play around.

Referral codes for Send can be found in this post.

I highly recommend ordering Proper Crisps which are delicious, and bananas which are cheaper than WW online.

VIC Delivery Area

  • Melbourne CBD
  • Docklands
  • Southbank
  • South Melbourne

NSW Delivery Area

  • Alexandra
  • Annandale
  • Beaconsfield
  • Camperdown
  • Chippendale
  • Darlington
  • Enmore
  • Erskineville
  • Eveleigh
  • Glebe
  • Macdonaldtown
  • Newtown
  • Redfern
  • Stanmore
  • Waterloo
  • Zetland

Referral Links

Referral: random (10)

$10 off for the referee, $10 credit for the referrer.

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Comments

  • +2

    15 mins!!!!????!!!!

    • I know right! When I ordered it was in a status of “packing” for about 2 mins, and then it changed to “rider is on their way”. I hope we don’t OzB them!!

  • +2

    is free delivery ongoing?

    • I’m not too sure sorry! There’s a free delivery banner on the main page of the app, but no details about whether it’s a permanent arrangement.

  • +1

    How are the actual prices? Closer to CBD convenience store prices I'm guessing?

    • Some prices are good, like Proper Crisps. They sell them for $5 which is roughly how much I’ve paid when ordering them online from Green Grofer in the past. They also sell Kettle chips for $5, which is not so good since you can get them on special for much cheaper. They sell large Pana blocks for $10, which is pretty decent since Coles sells them for $9.