Uber Eats is offering single people free kebabs today

·Freelance Writer
Uber Eats is offering free doner kebabs for singletons this Valentine’s Day [Photo: Getty]

The most romantic day in the calendar has arrived and for some, it can prove a stark reminder of singledom.

But we have spectacular news for those who cannot wait for the heart-laden love fest to just be over already.

Yes, Uber Eats is offering singletons a buy-one-get-one-free offer on all kebabs this Valentine’s Day. And suddenly, our committed relationship with food seems to have paid off.

After conducting a serious investigation into the most popular meal last Valentine’s Day, the takeaway giant learnt that the doner kebab was the most requested item across the nation.

General manager of Uber Eats, Toussaint Wattine, explained: “While many lovebirds will be out wining and dining on the 14th, this year we want to make Valentine’s period all about celebrating friendship and love whether you’re in a relationship or not.”

And as a mark of friendship, Uber Eats has renamed the period from February 14 to February 18, #BFFWeekend.

But if that isn’t enough to tempt you then you’ll be pleased to learn that the delivery service is also offering tough-to-beat deals at over 600 restaurants. Note, there’s some serious discounts to be had on Ben and Jerry’s ice cream…

And for those who fancy dining out this Valentine’s Day, Subway is offering free six-inch subs in select stores. But make sure to hurry, as you only have until 7pm to bag the deal.

So yes you may be single but who’s the real winner here?

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