Make A Date With Popeyes On 11.11, 'Cause Deliveroo Is Hooking You Up With A $1 Hot Chick

The date 11.11 has come to be known for two things – Single’s Day and crazy, crazy sales.

If you’re gearing up to go nuts spending money on the 11th of November, here’s another insane deal that’ll get you in a tizzy.

Image Credit: Deliveroo

Deliveroo has partnered up with Popeyes to give you a $1 deal. No, that’s not $1 for just 1 drumstick or $1 for an extra side. That’s $1 for a full meal that includes Popeye’s 1-piece spicy fried chicken, garlic rice, regular mashed potatoes with Cajun gravy, and Pepsi (UP: $10.90).

This Single’s Day, celebrate singlehood over a $1 meal from Deliveroo, or enjoy it during your break between online shopping sprees!

This $1 deal will be happening from 2:11 to 4:11 on 11/11, and only while supplies last. This is available anywhere within Deliveroo’s current areas of operation.

With no minimum order and no delivery fee (delivery fee will be automatically deducted from your order), you can get all this goodness for just $1 – no hidden costs!

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