Uber is Providing Edmontonians with Picnic Delivery for Just $10 • Today Only, Starting at 11AM

If you’re not sure what to eat for lunch today, give UberPICNIC a try for just $10 delivered!

EDMONTON — It was announced just yesterday on the Uber Newsroom that UberEATS in Edmonton is providing UberPICNIC for locals starting at 11:00AM today — and today only.

They will be selling the jam-packed picnic bags filled with goodies until they’ve completely run out. One picnic bag comes with a nice assortment of foods (see below), and only costs $10 (which includes the delivery fee).

How sweet is that?!

 

Uber Edmonton goes on to say:

Grab a friend or that special someone and dine on some of the best eats Edmonton has to offer to celebrate the end of summer! … Each package costs $10 (delivery included) and contains some of your local Edmonton favourites!Uber Edmonton

In the lovely #ExploreEdmonton picnic bag is:

 

UberEATS Picnic Baskets in Edmonton
UberEATS Picnic Baskets in Edmonton

The picnic bags are only available in the UberEATS delivery zone, and customers are being limited to one picnic bag per request.

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It is unknown how many picnic bags that they have made available to Edmontonians on this special day.

This is only available for purchase using the UberEATS app on your smartphone; not the Uber rideshare app.

The official release from Uber’s Newsroom

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