Besides using the McDelivery service, McDonald’s fans now have an additional option for food delivery – they can order their meals vial UberEATS.
In a move to meet increasing demand for door-to-door delivery, the tie-up will allow customers to order McDonald’s food via UberEATS in the Central Business District and Jurong East area from close to 60 restaurants in these locations, said a joint release by McDonalds and UberEATS on Tuesday (24 October).
The delivery service was piloted by the two companies in August this year. The service will be expanded across more restaurants islandwide by the end of the year, said UberEATS.
Orders placed through UberEATS are at the same prices as those made via McDelivery. An UberEATS booking fee applies to each order.
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