easyJet passengers can get 50% off Uber Eats when returning from holidays – how to claim

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With more and more Brits jetting off to try and get what’s left of the sunshine, travel company easyJet has partnered with food delivery brand Uber Eats to offer a brilliant bargain. Any passengers coming home from trips abroad can get 50 percent off orders with Uber Eats to help fill up the fridge so there’s one less thing to worry about when tackling the post-holiday blues. 

New research from easyJet has revealed the top bugbear when returning from holiday is an empty fridge. 

Apparently, over two-thirds who took part in the survey said having to fill their fridge or plan a meal when they have just unlocked their front door is their number one post-holiday annoyance. 

So, with thousands of passengers returning home from trips abroad in the coming days and weeks, easyJet has partnered with Uber Eats to offer 50 percent off orders. 

The discount is only available to those easyJet customers landing in London Gatwick (LGW) or London Luton (LTN). 

The special promotion can be found on the back of the aeroplane seat and in order to achieve the discount, customers need to spend a minimum of £20 with Uber Eats. 

As for what food items those returning from their holiday find most important to stock up on, milk sits at number one. 

Perhaps unsurprisingly, over a third of Brits admit to a cup of tea being the thing they crave most as soon as they return from holiday. 

The second and third item which is integral to have in the house is bread and butter. 

All these items are available on easyJet’s curated ‘Restock the Fridge’ menu on Uber Eats. 

Sophie Dekkers, Chief Commercial Officer at easyJet, said: “With many of us returning from summer travels in the coming weeks we wanted to try and ease the burden of our post-holiday chores. 

“We’re delighted to have partnered with Uber Eats and curate this special menu from Sainsbury’s to ensure our customers can return home to unpack the suitcase and leave it to us to pack their fridge.

“We know that an annual holiday is incredibly important, this year more than ever, with 93 percent of those surveyed agreeing, so we hope this partnership makes it easier for our customers when they return and are hopefully inspired to recreate their holiday cuisine when home.” 

Sunjiv Shah, General Manager at Uber Eats, added: “Us Brits love our food, so it’s no surprise that arriving home to an empty fridge after your holiday is our biggest post-holiday annoyance. 

“Thankfully Uber Eats customers can now take advantage of this amazing offer with easyJet to get their hands on delicious food in as little as 20 mins.”

As for the other annoyances holiday makers have when returning home, having a mountain of washing came it at number two, or 67 percent of those who took part in the survey. 

Number three, at 62 percent was having to unpack suitcases. 

The fourth annoyance listed was catching up on emails and number five was opening and going through the post. 

The survey also revealed that a whopping 93 percent believe a yearly holiday is important as it offers a chance to relax, while over three-quarters (78 percent) of Britons say an annual holiday is the thing they most look forward to all year long.

The biggest benefits in regards to going on holiday was being able to spend time with family (53 percent), enjoying better weather (48 percent), experiencing different cultures (36percent) as well as having time away from work and responsibilities (31 percent). 

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