Grubhub partners with Apple TV+ to promote Severance’s “Waffle Party”

Grubhub, one of the most popular food ordering and delivery platforms in the United States, announced a new partnership with Apple this week. To celebrate National Waffle Day, users can earn a free ‘benefit’ with an order placed using a code inspired by the Apple TV+ show Breakup.

On Grubhub social networks, the company confirms that the limited offer will take place on August 24th. On this day, users can use the code “PRAISEKIER” at checkout to win the giveaway. The terms and conditions clearly state that the offer will be valid between 9:00 a.m. ET and 3:00 p.m. ET, or while supplies last. It also requires an order of at least $10 (before taxes, tip and fees).

Although the campaign suggests that consumers will get a free waffle, it’s not mentioned anywhere – so the giveaway remains unclear. You can download the Grubhub app for free from the App Store.

For those who don’t know, Breakup is an Apple TV+ thriller that tells the story of people who have chosen to separate their personal and professional memories through the process of “separation”. During the show, the characters begin to question what they are doing at Lumon – the fictional company where they work.

In one of the episodes, Breakup shows us the “Waffle Party”, but it’s probably nothing you can imagine.

How to watch Breakup

All episodes of Breakup are available on Apple TV+, accessible in the Apple TV app on an iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV. The Apple TV app is also available on smart TVs, Roku devices, Amazon Fire TV, and game consoles. In the United States, the Apple TV+ subscription costs $4.99 per month and you can share it with your family.

Breakup has already been renewed for its second season, which is slated to premiere in 2023. It should be noted that the show received several nominations for the 2022 Emmys.

And, if you’re looking for the best way to watch Apple TV+ content at home, be sure to check out the best Apple TV 4K deals on Amazon.

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