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Get a free $1.49 candy item when you spend $30 dollars or more.
Get any candy that costs under $1.49 free when you spend $30 or more.
Get a free $1.49 popcorn when you spend $30 or more.
Free Act II Popcorn
Get a free Act II Popcorn when you spend $30 dollars or more.
Free Tina's Burrito
Spend over $30 and get a free Tina's Burrito.
Spend over $30 and get a free Ramen Noodles.
Free Cup of Noodles
Spend over $30 and get a free Cup Noodles.
Free Haribo Candy
Enjoy a selection from the Haribo candy free when you spend $50 or more.
Free Red Bull
Enjoy a free Red Bull (regular or sugar free) when you spend $50 or more.
Enjoy free Pringles when you spend $50 or more.
Free Bounty Paper Towel Roll
Enjoy a free roll of Bounty paper towels with your order of $50 or more.
Free Pint of Ben & Jerry's
Enjoy a free pint of Ben & Jerry's ice cream, frozen yogurt or Greek yogurt when you order $75 or more.
Free Pint of Haagen Dazs
Enjoy a free pint of Haagen Dazs ice cream, frozen yogurt, sorbet or gelato when you spend $75 or more.
Free Talenti Gelato
Enjoy a free pint of Talenti Super-Premium Gelato with your order of $75 or more.
Free Box of Cereal
Enjoy a free box of cereal with your purchase of $75 or more.
Foodler User Review
I weep when I find myself in a city that doesn't have Foodler.Foodler is my go-to when I'm home & don't want to cook (or have no idea what to cook). It's also my go-to when I'm away from home--whether I'm ordering with friends, in some part of town where I don't have the closing times for all the good spots memorized, or in a hotel late at night in some city I don't know at all. It's seamless to use, and has a *way* better UI than some of the other food ordering services that service Boston. Foodler has saved me from starving to death during winters when I lived far from public transit, and FoodlerBucks have saved me from starving to death near the end of a few months when I was unemployed. I'm *psyched* to see Foodler results in more and more cities!