DoorDash has officially been in New Zealand for one year, and to celebrate, they are sharing the love with $0 burgers in Wellington and Christchurch.
From now until the fourth of June, new and well-seasoned DoorDash users across Wellington and Christchurch can get their hands on a $0 burger from some of the country’s most popular burger eateries when they spend $25 in their app cart.
Scrumptious burgers offered throughout the weekend include selections from Gorilla Burger, Reburger, Mama Brown and Lord of the Fries in Wellington, and Fush, Empire Chicken and Burger Station in Christchurch.
There’s no denying that Kiwis love a burger, with burgers coming out on top for DoorDash deliveries over the last year, closely followed by Chinese, Middle Eastern, Italian and Indian.
DoorDash data over the last year have burgers as the top menu item ordered on the app alongside fried chicken, with pizza, butter chicken, meat on chips and noodles taking runners up. General manager of Dood Dash in New Zealand, Rebecca Burrows, said this is a fitting celebration and a great way to support merchants.
“Since expanding, New Zealand has been our most successful launch, and we’ve been so delighted that Kiwis have been loving what we do,” said Burrows.
“In Wellington and Christchurch, we’ve connected with some of the country’s most incredible local restaurants and have been so stoked to help them bring more of their food directly to people’s doors.”
ReBurger’s crowd favourite, Smashed Prince burger, is just one of many that will be up for grabs on the DoorDash app throughout the week.
“We were very excited when DoorDash entered the Wellington food delivery market and keen to jump on board!” says Boris Reiber from ReBurger.
Mama Brown, renowned for their epic burgers, has been a popular restaurant on the DoorDash Wellington app since its launch and will offer their delicious Southern Fried Chicken burger as part of the promotion.
“Mama Brown was thrilled to be a launch partner of DoorDash when they entered the New Zealand market last year, and it's been a fantastic first year of collaboration with them,” said Mama Brown’s Marketing Manager, Johnny Durham.