Nando’s is offering FREE delivery in four Australian states until Sunday – after launching a plant-based chicken option in stores
- Nando’s has launched an in-house delivery service in four Australian states
- Customers across NSW, Victoria, Queensland and WA can order on Nando’s app
- Meals will be couriered in collaboration with delivery service Door Dash
- To celebrate the launch, delivery will be free until Sunday, September 27
Nando’s is offering free delivery in four Australian states for the next six days.
Customers across Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia can now order their favourite meal on the restaurant’s official app and have it ferried to their front door in minutes thanks to the launch of a brand new service.
Nando’s is already available to order on Uber Eats and Menulog, but this is the brand’s first foray into in-house delivery.
Couriered in collaboration with Door Dash, the restaurant is running unlimited free delivery until Sunday, September 27, in celebration of the debut.
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Nando’s is delivering its iconic chicken and burgers (pictured) to doors across four Australian states free of charge until Sunday, September 27
Customers across Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia can order their favourite meal on the restaurant’s app and have it ferried to their front door in minutes
Fans can choose between best-selling mains like barbecue ribs, half and whole chickens, smashed avocado and feta wraps and double cheese and bacon burgers.
Then bulk the order with moreish sides including peri-peri chips, spicy rice, garlic bread and corn on the cob.
And for the first time ever, the restaurant is offering ‘Peri-Perks loyalty card holders the chance to earn points and use monthly offers for cheaper delivery.
The promotion coincides with the launch of Nando’s first-ever plant-based chicken alternative – the ‘Great Pretender’ – which is now available in outlets Australia-wide.
Diners can choose between best-selling mains like barbecue ribs, half and whole chickens, smashed avocado and feta wraps and double cheese and bacon burgers
The promotion coincides with the launch of Nando’s first-ever plant-based chicken alternative, the ‘Great Pretender’ (pictured), which is now available in outlets Australia-wide
Meanwhile, marketing executives have been asking fans to vote for their favourite flavours of ‘loaded chips’ in a highlight reel on the restaurant’s Instagram feed.
The flavour with the most votes will be the latest addition to Nando’s iconic menu.
Customers were asked to choose between herb yoghurt and garlic aioli, with the vast majority – 73 percent – opting for the latter.
A choice between capsicum relish and pineapple saw 79 percent in favour of the relish, while more preferred a sprinkle of feta cheese on top of their chips than a handful of olives dotted around the side.