You Can Now Get Movie Theatre Popcorn Delivered to Your Home in Brampton
Calling all movie theatre popcorn lovers - this is not a drill!
You can officially get movie theatre popcorn, and other theatre-style treats, delivered straight to your door in Brampton.
As of Thursday June 28, 2018, Cineplex and Uber Eats have teamed up to create an awesome new service.
Now, popular concession items - including popcorn, candy, soft drinks, hot dogs and nachos - are available for delivery through 60 Cineplex theatres in communities across British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Quebec.
“Cineplex has a long history of investing in innovation and today we are extending that approach beyond the walls of our theatres and into our guests’ living rooms,” said Ellis Jacob, President and CEO, Cineplex.
“Following a very successful pilot program in eastern and southern Ontario earlier in the year, we are so pleased to officially expand our partnership with Uber Eats to bring a special part of the movie-going experience into Canadian homes.”
To enhance your at-home movie-watching experience, or just enjoy a ton of delicious movie theatre treats from the comfort of your own home, you can also snag a pre-bundled combo.
The most popular menu item during the pilot was the ‘Cineplex Movie Night In Combo,’ which is exclusive to Uber Eats and gets you a free Cineplex Store HD movie rental, as well as two medium popcorns, two medium candies and two medium drinks for $28.99.
Theatres across Ontario including SilverCity in Brampton and Burlington, Cineplex Cinemas Oakville and VIP, Cineplex Cinemas Milton, Cineplex Cinemas Mississauga, Cineplex Cinemas Winston Churchill, and Cineplex Cinemas Courtney Park are participating.
Here’s a hack: you can also get $15 off when you make your first Cineplex order on Uber Eats using the promo code CINEPLEXMOVIES.
To get popcorn and other treats delivered to your door, all you need to do is download the Uber Eats app and enter your delivery location.
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