Uber Eats is giving away 1 million White Castle sliders

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You might know White Castle from your own visits to the fast-food chain. Or you might know it from the 2004 comedy about two friends who go on an adventure driving to one. In either case, there’s reason to celebrate.

In honor of the fifteenth anniversary of “Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle” and to mark the launch of White Castle on the Uber Eats app, the company is giving away one million White Castle sliders — 10 at a time!

The free Uber Eats app is available for download on iPhone and Android. To get your free 10-pack of sliders, select the “Sack of 10 Original Sliders” option from the White Castle menu in the Uber Eats app and use the promo code 1MILLIONSLIDERS.

This offer will be available until 1 million sliders have been given away (the first 100,000 orders) or until Aug. 31, whichever comes first.

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While Harold and Kumar could have definitely stayed out of trouble had Uber Eats been around in 2004, you can now get their actual order and stay cozy in your house thanks to technology. Their order from the movie (once they finally made it to White Castle) consisted of: 30 sliders, 5 orders of French fries, and 4 Cherry Cokes (the Harold) or Diet Cokes (the Kumar). The meal is offered through July 31 for $23.40, the same price it was in 2004.

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“At White Castle, we’re always working to improve the access and ease of enjoying our iconic sliders for our loyal customers across Craver nation,” Lisa Ingram, CEO at White Castle, said in a press release. “In 2004, we learned of a daring and arduous trip that two fans took to fulfill their Cravings. Today, we’re happy to partner with Uber Eats to take our delivery capabilities to an entirely new level and make sure we’re meeting customer needs where and when they arise.”

Order and delivery via Uber Eats will now be available at 330 White Castle locations. Will you be trying to get a free 10-pack of sliders?

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