March Madness Could Mean Free Grub For You, If This Happens
Remember last year when Little Caesars handed out free pizza because of a March Madness upset? (To refresh your memory, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County toppled Virginia -- meaning a #16 seed beat a #1 seed, and the Michigan pizza chain fulfilled its promise to hand out free lunch combos because it was such a crazy feat.)
This year, Uber Eats is getting in on the game, promising free grub if the unlikely happens during each round of the annual men's basketball dance.
Can lighting strike twice? If a #16 seed is able to best a #1 seed team in the first round, Uber Eats will give you $20 off your next order. If your order is less than $20, it's totally free, according to Thrillist.
The coupon should go live after the game at UberEats.com/MarchMadness.
During the second round, if any team loses by more than 20 points, residents of the losing team's hometown get $5 off their order the following day. That one doesn't do us any good around here, but whatever.
Moving on to the third round, everyone gets 16% off their order between March 28 and April 8.
And in round four, Uber Eats will waive the delivery charge on orders made between 7 and 10:30 am the day after a game-winning buzzer-beater.
So there you go. Even if you don't love NCAA basketball, you can still save a couple of bucks.