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Deniz Realty Partners Guide: Crisis and Retailers Response

Deniz Realty Partners Guide: Promotions and Coupons Offered During This Crisis

In these hard times, people are trying to do what they can to help each other to ease the burdens. While retailers are closing down, some are doing their part to help their communities and to promote preventative care against the virus. Here is a list of some of the retailers whose help you can utilize for the time being.

AT&T and Spectrum

AT&T and Spectrum are offering different forms of free internet for their users and others who might not have access to internet while everyone is stuck at home. AT&T is still offering internet for $10 a month to limited income families, while expanding their services to households participating in the National School Lunch Program and Head Start. Additionally, new Access customers are receiving 2 months of free internet.

Spectrum is offering free access to their broadband for new K-12 and college student households for the next 60 days. Moreover, they are opening access to their WiFi hotspots in public for anyone to use and Spectrum Internet Assist to low income households.

Fast Food and Delivery

Many stores are trying to decrease the number of people in their restaurants but still need business. They are solving this by offering free delivery, curb side pick ups and several other solutions to combat this. Here are a few!

Dominoes is having 50% off all of their pizzas at menu price, online only, until 3/22/20, and will most likely be offering something else delivery related when this promotion ends.

Chilis is waiving all delivery fees for rewards members for the rest of the month! Signing up for Chili’s rewards program is also free to join.

Tijuana Flats store are now strictly To-Go or Delivery only now, with free delivery offered on orders of $25 or more.

Chipotle is offering free delivery for the rest of the month of March on orders that are $10 or more. You can order on their website or through the Chipotle app.

Uber Eats is having several promotions, including $7 off your first order with EATS-CJC645UE and $5 off your next five orders with the code SUMMERFUN19. They are also waiving delivery fees are several independently owned restaurants during the crisis, check the app for which restaurants by you are waived. Eat local!

For several other delivery services and their promotions, check out this great article from CNET Commerce for more codes here.

If you’re wanting to eat from local restaurants, The Primlani Kitchen has a great article for all the promotions and delivery options of great local restaurants here.


Many retailers such as Walmart, Target and others that currently offer curbside pick up are encouraging their customers to utilize this service over coming inside as a preventative measure.

The retailer AtHome is also now offering curbside delivery in response to the crisis. Additionally, this now applies to Dicks Sporting Goods, Sam’s Club and the Container store.

If you’re curious if a particular retailer has curbside, check their websites or call ahead to avoid the large, panic buying crowds.

Going Forward?

While the future may be uncertain, do what you can to avoid large crowds of people or close interactions with others in public. These retailers and service providers are offering the opportunity for you to miss out on those crowds and still get what you need. Remember, stay local and stay home!

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