Back to school with Uber Eats saves 5 euros on school supplies

Uber Eats and Staples Join Forces for Back-to-School Convenience

As students and parents prepare for the return to school, Uber Eats has partnered with Staples to provide a convenient and hassle-free solution. The collaboration aims to simplify the back-to-school shopping experience, helping customers avoid long queues and potential in-store confusion.

Uber’s food delivery service is rolling out the ‘Back 2 School’ campaign, running until September 28th. During this period, users who spend €15 or more will enjoy a €5 discount, making essential back-to-school shopping even more affordable.

This initiative underscores Uber’s commitment to serving the widest possible range of Portuguese customers with a diverse selection of items. Staples, a well-known name in office and school supplies, offers a comprehensive catalog of approximately four thousand products, including writing materials, folders, backpacks, and much more – all just a few clicks away.

In addition to the exclusive partnership with Staples, Uber Eats is collaborating with other partners to offer a variety of back-to-school campaigns. Among these are Continente and Didatic by Edicare, where users can take advantage of a special promotional offer: “Spend €20, Save €5.”

As the back-to-school season kicks into gear, Uber Eats and its partners are dedicated to making essential shopping more convenient and budget-friendly for families across Portugal. With the ease of online ordering and delivery, parents and students can focus on the excitement of the new school year without the stress of in-store shopping.

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