Other chains are following in the footsteps of Chipotle, which recently announced free delivery on purchases of $10 or more through March as a way for diners to avoid public spaces during the coronavirus outbreak.

You may find that not every chain will deliver to every address, especially if you live out on the fringes, but it's worth a try to find out!

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Chipotle
These meals will be made in kitchens dedicated to digital orders using a separate line of ingredients than what's available to walk-in diners, and everything that goes out for delivery will be protected by a tamper-evident packaging seal. You can even leave a note for your delivery driver to limit direct contact.

KFC
Through April 26, KFC will also offer free delivery. Unlike Chipotle, you don't need to spend a certain amount of money to get the deal, but a small fee will apply to orders under $12 before tax, tip and fees. To get the deal, order directly on kfc.com or through third-party services Grubhub and Seamless. Those who prefer to pick up their meal can do so by placing an order at kfc.com and then heading to their local restaurant's designated pick-up area at the front counter.

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit
If you’re in the mood for ribs or pit-smoked chicken wings, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit has initiated contactless free delivery. The option is available at participating locations nationwide now through April 30. Like Chipotle, all Dickey’s food will come sealed with a tamper guard.

Burger King
Burger King currently has $0 delivery fees on Grubhub for orders over $10. Starting today, the burger chain will have free delivery on Postmates and, over the next month, free delivery will be available through all of Burger King’s third-party partners including DoorDash and Uber Eats.

Source: New York Daily News

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