Weekend Coupon: Emmy Hotness
Good News: You’re Hot.
Our database has detected that you’re pretty much a badass. Your hair is always perfect, you’re really good at Candy Crush, and you have an app that brings Broccoli Beef straight to your mouth (Hint: if you don’t have that app you should get it).
Good job. Baller status achieved.
And no, we didn’t just send this email to everyone. Only Eat24 VIP customers (who are all devastatingly handsome geniuses) received this message. Don’t believe us? Go ask a sexy friend and see.
Want another coupon? Perfect. It’s Emmys time, so tweet this to us: “My shoes are @Versace, my bag is @Armani and my #NoPants are @Eat24 #RedCarpet” No Twitter? No problem. Post it on our Facebook wall.
You’re the wind beneath our buffalo wings.
*To be honest, we didn’t need a computer algorithm to tell us that you’re a bamf. We knew it from the moment we met you. Allow us to list all the ways in which you are a supremely excellent human being: your middle name is “Explosion,” your earbuds never tangle, your natural musk is Pumpkin Spice, your Oreos separate perfectly every time, and you’ve never once been fooled by raisins pretending to be chocolate chips. OK, now before you go and get a big head about all of this, let’s go over a few coupon code ground rules. Fine Print: You must be an Eat24 member to use this $2 code (you probably won’t have to worry about this because you’re not only a distinguished member of #NoPantsNation, you’re also the president!) Coupons can only be used at… wait for it… wait for it… restaurants that accept coupon codes (over 25,000 nationwide). Also, don’t try to get sneaky and order just a side of sweet chili sauce. You must complete an order of $10 or more and pay with Credit Card or PayPal to use our delicious coupon. Finally, the code can only be used once (sorry hackers) and will expire on the 22nd of September at midnight PST. There. You did it. Now order delivery, sit back, relax, and get back to thinking about what the fox says (but seriously, what sound does the fox make? Has anyone actually heard a fox? For all we know, that “ring-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding” thing could be totally accurate).