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Thousands of FREE meals are up for grabs

"Delete your Just Eat, Uber Eats or Deliveroo app and Foodhub will give you a free £10 meal" That’s the cheeky challenge from the takeaway food challenger brand today as they launch a nationwide summer campaign directly targeting the biggest names in takeaway food delivery.

The online food portal and challenger brand to Just Eat has launched its Just-Delete campaign in major cities across the UK, including Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Nottingham and Cardiff.

And that means free takeaway food for thousands of us who have until the end of the month to redeem their free food vouchers.

Huge digital billboards went up this morning (Friday 14th August) proclaiming ‘Delete For a Treat’ and encouraging UK foodies to delete the rival food apps then visit to claim a free Foodhub takeaway meal.

The campaign is being supported by Love Island stars Alex Bowen and Cara Delahoyde-Massey, who have been sharing the hashtag #justdelete and encouraging their fans to delete their takeaway food apps to take advantage of the Foodhub offer.

The bold campaign is also being actioned on Foodhub’s social channels, where the brand is making the same offer to online fans.

Foodhub Chief Operating Officer Philip Mostyn said: “We know our customers know and love us because our app is, on average, 15% cheaper for the same meal from the same take away restaurants as Just Eat.

“But we want more people to know! And what better way to drive trial than to directly target the customers of our biggest rivals like Just Eat, UberEats and Deliveroo with the offer of free food if they switch to Foodhub?

“It’s cheeky and provocative – just how we like it.”

The campaign is just the latest eye-popping initiative from the disruptive take away delivery brand.

No commission charges for our restaurants - a fair deal for them, a great deal for you.

Last month Foodhub made headlines for calling for its rivals, Just Eat, Deliveroo and Uber Eats, to rethink their commission model to better support both the takeaways and the consumer.

Foodhub, launched its online food website and app in 2017. There are more than 14,000 takeaways currently featured online at and through the apps available for iOS and Android.  

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