UberEATS will deliver candy and last minute Halloween costumes around Australia today

In a bizarre but super convenient promotion for Halloween, UberEATS will be helping their customers, both old and new, get involved in the ghoulish celebrations by offering “trick or treat” packs in collaboration with M&M’s. Today anyone in the UberEATS cities of Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney will be able to open up the app and tell a driver to fang it on over to them with a bag of treat-sized chocolates (we’re making the educated guess that M&M’s will be in there among other things) and a Halloween costume, seemingly picked at random or from a selection via the app.

The promotion runs from 12pm to 3pm today (Monday 31st October), making it that much easier for anyone who has left their Halloween prep to the very last minute. Those already on UberEATS can pick up the pack with just $10 being charged to their account, whereas new users can get it for free by entering the promo code “SQUADGHOULS”.

UberEATS has been dominating the crowded food delivery scene as of late, teaming up both casual and top restaurants in each city to present users with a curated list from which they can order their meals straight to their door. The service is built into the original Uber app, functioning in a similar way to the ride-sharing service in that registered drivers pick up and deliver for users in selected suburbs in each city.

For Halloween, simply download and sign into the app, set the delivery point (packs only available in each city’s CBD and some surrounding suburbs – you can check locations HERE), and select the pack. Open the TrickorTreat store and add the pack to your cart then check out with a tap; the order will then be rushed straight to you.

Any new users who miss out on a pack will still be able to use for aforementioned promo code for $10 off their first UberEATS order (before 7th November).


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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is an Editor-At-Large at the AU review, loves writing about travel and hospitality, and is partial to a perfectly textured octopus. You can reach him on Instagram: @chrisdsingh.