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From McDonald’s to Maggiano’s, these 30+ chains offer free delivery during coronavirus outbreak

Many restaurant chains will make staying home a little easier, offering free home delivery to Americans practicing social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.

Craving something local? Uber Eats is also offering free delivery on local restaurants.

»MORE: Starbucks, Uber, Krispy Kreme give free food to health care workers and first responders 

Here are a list of national chains with deals and how to get them:


This pizza chain is offering free delivery for anyone who works in a hospital setting with a valid staff ID. Text 200-03 #HERO to get your pie delivered.

Blaze Pizza

Even if you don’t work in health care, Blaze has you covered for pizza with free delivery on an order of $10 or more through its app or website.

Burger King

Burger King is offering free delivery on an order of $10 or more through Grubhub and Postmates. They also have a deal through April 6 for two free kids meals with the purchase of any adult meal, according to USA Today.

Carl’s Jr.

Carl’s Jr. announced free delivery with Postmates through April 6 with the code CARLSJRNOW, and with Uber Eats through the end of March.

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The Cheesecake Factory

Enjoy free delivery and free cheesecake when you order through DoorDash at The Cheesecake Factory through March 29 with a minimum order of $15. Use the code FREESLICE to claim your free slice of cheesecake.


Chili's is offering free delivery during the COVID-19 outbreak through DoorDash. "We're following all Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines to make our dine-in, To Go and Delivery experiences safe for our Guests," the company said on its website.


Chipotle is offering free delivery through its app and through Postmates for March with a $10 minimum.


For a sweet treat to get you through these uncertain times, Cinnabon is offering free delivery through DoorDash for orders more than $15.

Del Taco

Get free delivery from Del Taco when you order through Postmates with code DELTACONOW.

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Denny's will offer $5 off orders more than $20 and free delivery through April 12 with code 5OFF20. They are also using their "mobile diner" to serve free pancake meals to first responders and local communities during the virus' spread, according to their website.

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit

Dickey’s will offer free home delivery and $5 off with code CARRYOUT5.

Dunkin’ Donuts

Enjoy free delivery and $3 off your order through Grubhub.


Hardee's announced March 17 in a news release that it would offer free delivery on DoorDash (code: HARDEESDELIVERY) and Uber Eats through the end of March. "As always, we aim to continue providing the highest quality experience while serving our community in the safest way possible," the CEO said.


You can enjoy a big restaurant-style breakfast from your home with free delivery on IHOP’s app and website through April 19. You can also get 20% off with the code IHOP20.

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Jersey Mike’s

This chain is offering free delivery through its mobile app, according to Clark Howard's list of deals.

Kentucky Fried Chicken

Get your fried chicken fix with free delivery from KFC through its website, Grubhub or Seamless.

Little Caesar’s

Free pizza delivery from Little Caesar’s runs until March 29.

Maggiano’s Little Italy

This Italian chain is not charging for delivery on orders of more than $15, excluding taxes and fees.


“McDelivery” is free until April 6 for orders more than $15 through the DoorDash and Uber Eats apps.

"In these uncertain times, McDonald's is here to deliver a familiar, comforting and delicious experience you can count on no matter where you are. Even though some dining areas may be closed, most McDonald's restaurants are still open and serving our customers through options such as drive-thru, carry-out and McDelivery," the company said in a news release March 25.


Moe’s Southwest Grill is offering free delivery on orders of $10 or more.


Free delivery on an online order at participating locations, which you can search for on their website.

Panera Bread Co.

Panera announced Thursday that it will offer free delivery on orders more than $15 through April 15 with the code FREEDELIVERY.

P.F. Chang’s

P.F. Chang’s offers free doorstep delivery on orders of $25 or more.

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This pizza chain is waiving delivery fees on all orders of $25 or more through March, using its app or website.


Popeyes fried chicken chain has promised to get you your Cajun favorites safely with increased cleaning policies, contactless drive-thru and, of course, free delivery.

Red Lobster

Time for biscuits and binge-watching, Red Lobster announced an offer for free home delivery on orders more than $30, no code needed.

Ruby Tuesday

Enjoy free delivery through April for DoorDash, Grubhub and Postmates (no coupon needed). A 25% discount is also available for “Ruby TueGo” pick-up orders.


Delivery is free for a limited time in select areas through all the major food delivery apps: Uber Eats, DoorDash, Postmates, Grubhub and Seamless. Use the code SUBWAYNOW to get the deal.

Taco Bell

Taco Bell announced free delivery on Grubhub orders exceeding $12, so you can still enjoy your favorite fast food tacos while you social distance at home.


Receive free delivery through Grubhub and Postmates with a $10 minimum order through April 6.

Which Which

Free delivery at participating Which Which locations will be offered until the end of March.


Wingstop is offering free delivery until April 11. For additional safety, customers can opt in to "contactless delivery" when ordering on its website, according to Business Insider.