Ritual's epic $1 Food Festival continues this week in Vancouver

Mar 13 2019, 4:21 pm

Editorial note March 25 11:58 AM: Ritual’s $1 food fest was previously set to end on March 29, but officially ended on March 22 in Vancouver.

Toronto-based app Ritual, known for its convenience and popularity for coffee and lunch runs, officially launched in Vancouver last week.

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The launch came with an unbelievably cheap deal for Vancouverites, Ritual’s $1 “Food Festival.”

Initially only running until March 22, the team has extended to food fest to end on March 29, which means you have more time to enjoy $1 with the app.

Customers who download the app will have the opportunity to order a total of five $1 items from the 49 participating restaurants over the span of the festival.

Foodies are restricted to using the $1 once per restaurant and once per day, and the orders must be placed through Ritual.


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Ritual doesn’t charge the consumer a fee to have their eats picked up and transported by a third-party delivery person.

You can order and pay through the app, head to the eatery you’ve ordered from, skip the line and grab your food from a pickup zone, and waltz out like nobody’s business.

Alternatively, Ritual users can “piggyback” their order onto a co-worker’s from their own phone paying with their own card.

This means they will skip the trip entirely and have their lunch brought back to the office.


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Whether you’re the piggybacker or the piggyback-ee (aka the office hero) this is a killer way to save time and do lunch efficiently during a busy day.

So if you’re in need of switching up your lunch routine, and joining folks across North America who are already hooked on this service, try it today.