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Free Voodoo Doughnut Delivery Is Back From UberEats

Three free doughnuts.

Voodoo Doughnut in Austin
Voodoo Doughnut in Austin
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Update, November 18, 8:55 a.m.: After canceling the free doughnut delivery on October 30 because of the heavy rains, Voodoo Doughnut's free delivery is back today, November 18, with UberEats. The same deal applies: starting at 9 a.m. until everything runs out, open the app and request the box delivery, which comes with three doughnuts: the Voodoo Doll, ODB, and the special Thanksgiving Sprinkles.

UberEats, the food delivery service from personal driver app Uber, is giving Austinites what they really want on Friday morning: free doughnuts from Voodoo Doughnut. From 9 10 to 11 a.m. on October 30, users will have to open the app and request a box from the Portland-based doughnut shop. Update, October 30: Because of the storm, UberEats has delayed deliveries to 10 a.m. Update, 9:45 a.m. UberEats is holding offon all doughnut and lunch deliveries until further notice. Update, 11:40 a.m.: Doughnuts are back on starting at 2 p.m. Update, 12:24 p.m.: UberEats is calling off the free doughnuts. The box will include the iconic Voodoo Doll, the cereal-topped The Loop, and the Halloween Sprinkles. There is a limit of one box per order, and this will last until supplies run out.

Voodoo Doughnut has been soft opening sporadically on Dirty Sixth throughout October, leading up to its grand opening on Saturday, October 31. The Halloween party will include a doughnut eating contest. The shop created a tribute to football with the Austin-specific doughnut: the Longhorn Creme.

The food service launched in August, delivering rotating lunchtime meals from Austin restaurants, including East Side King, Swift’s Attic, Bribery Bakery, and others. It is already available in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and recently, Houston.

Voodoo Doughnut

3715 Washington Avenue, , TX 77007 (346) 802-3138 Visit Website

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