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SkipTheDishes.com (And #Win too!)

**This is a sponsored post. Opinions are owned by Freda's Voice. Freda's Voice is not responsible for the prize shipment.


Do you order a lot of food? Do you order that food online? Then I have the site for you!



SkipTheDishes is a website that has multiple restaurants listed, as per your postal code, that are delivering or taking pick-up orders. You just add your postal code at the very beginning, and BAM! A list comes up of available restaurants, and even some opening at a later time. You choose what one you want to eat from, browse the menu and clicking your favorite items along the way. You then have it delivered or you go and pick it up, again you state this at the beginning. 

It is so easy to use!
You  punch in your postal code, then if you want it delivered or picked up, and a list of open and serving restaurants loads. There were so many to choose from, and this was a lunch list!
We ordered to be picked up.

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We ordered from one of our favorite restaurants, Ye Old Squire.

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After some slight confusion, on the restaurant's end though, I got the food home. It was exactly what I ordered and it was delicious.
I was thankful that an easy-to-use service from the home computer had me eating about a half hour after ordering.

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It was simple as ordering over the telephone, except I clicked on what I wanted instead. I really couldn't be happier! I probably won't use other services that do this again. The restaurant list on SkipTheDishes.com was much more vast and to my liking. I'll be a repeat customer, for sure!

Would I recommend this service? Most definitely!

Skip the hassle with SkipTheDishes.

Here is a coupon code to save 10% on your first order 
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AND NOW THE GIVEAWAY

1 CDN winner from one of the cities pictured.
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GOOD LUCK!


Comments

  1. I would probably order Middle Eastern.

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  2. I would order Chinese food! Thanks for the chance.

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  3. That is pretty cool. I would go with Chinese!

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