- The Cricket World Cup kicks off on Thursday, and official sponsor Uber Eats has a variety of discounts linked to the tournament.
- The catch:the Proteas need to win, in which case customers will get up to R100 worth of food for free.
- For more, go to Business Insider SA.
The Cricket World Cup, which kicks off on Thursday, could come with R100 worth of free food for Uber Eats customers, just as long as the Proteas play well.
Uber Eats is an official sponsor of the tournament, and is offering up to 20,000 of its customers R100 off from their orders.
The catch is that South Africa must beat England on their home turf.
Under its "SA wins, you eat for free offer", a promo code will unlock in the Uber Eats app at 8AM on 31 May. The first 20,000 people who apply that code to their orders will get R100 off.
If the Proteas lose, or if you miss out on being among the first 20,000 to take up the offer, there are similar discounts linked to South Africa's subsequent matches – and the Proteas don't necessarily have to win.
For SA vs India, the Proteas need to score more sixes than India, in which case 5,000 people will get 60% discounts on their orders, to a maximum of R100.
For South Africa vs New Zealand, the Proteas need to get their competitors all out. That will unlock free delivery for up to seven days for 10,000 people.
And for South Africa vs Sri Lanka, the condition is that if a South African bowler delivers a ball at 145 kilometres per hour or faster, 5,000 people will get 45% off their next orders.
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