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Is your doorbell working? Do you want a coupon?

November 16, 2017

An important message from your doorbell:

Hey. I hope it’s not weird getting an email from your dinger, but according to the Doorbell Association of America, it’s time for my annual exam.

Don’t panic though. It’s super easy to test my equipment. Just use this coupon* to order something delicious on your favorite ring-a-ding-ding-ding-dong app (Eat24) and the delivery person will make sure I’m working for you.

Coupon code: dingdong24

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Warmest regards,
Your doorbell

Obviously your doorbell isn’t the only thing you should be testing regularly. Do you know if your couch is at least 1,000 parts softness per inch? Take a nap on it to be sure. And is your closet 100% shirts and 0% pants? Be sure to check everyday. Pants can be sneaky like that. Or what about your fuzzy slipper to Fine Print ratio? The best way to check is to understand: This $2 coupon expires on Sunday, November 19th 2017 at 11:59PM Pacific Time. You must have an Eat24 account to use our code, which can only be used once on an order with a total over $15 before tax and tip when paying with Credit Card, Apple Pay, PayPal, or Pay with Google. The coupon is valid only on Eat24.com or the Eat24 app. Oh, and you should definitely make sure your Internet is working properly by never ever getting off it.

Inspirational Quote for the Weekend: Doorbell ditch is better if they leave a pizza.

  • Blaine Nich

    Hey not sure what’s the best place to do this but I had a problem with my eat24 order tonight (got really chewy beef instead of lamb, and I don’t like beef anyway) and Chandry R from your customer service team was super helpful in resolving it. He even followed up with a call to make sure everything went through smoothly.

    Major props to you man!

  • Sorry for the late reply! We’re glad that Chandry could help salvage your evening! We’ll be giving them the highest of all fives possible.

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