If you're headed to the NFB convention in Orlando, there are a growing number of services which can help make your busy convention just a bit less busy. From rides and food to groceries and massages, one or many of the below services may help you.
This list includes apps and websites which are believed to be serving the Rosen Shingle Creek. We'll keep this list updated as we learn of more cool services and apps. Please let us know of any we've missed.
What: rides on-demand, plus Ubereats food delivery
Deal: $15 off your first ride (amount varies by market
What: rides on-demand
deal: Save on your first rides, amount varies by city
Restaurants and Groceries
What: One of the oldest and largest restaurant delivery websites and apps. Lots of choices for Orlando.
Deal: $7 off your first order
What: Same-day grocery delivery
Deal: $10 off your first order with free delivery
Notes: Website app is usable but will take some getting used to
What: Same-day alcohol delivery, also has drinks and snacks
Deal: $5 off your first order
What: On-demand delivery from restaurants, grocery stores, and other merchants
Deal: Up to $100 off over your first 7 days
What: Delivery from local restaurants, has a decent selection of mostly chains
Deal: $15 off your first order
Code: use the link above
Amazon Prime Now
What: 2 hour delivery on groceries and other items, 1 hour delivery for a fee. Must be an Amazon Prime member.
deal: $10 off your first order, plus $10 off another order from July 13-31. Apply code 10PRIMEDAY by July 11.
Notes: Trouble checking out on the website, use the mobile app for checkout. If you are not an Amazon Prime member, Go here to start a free trial.
What: Control the jukebox at many bars and other establishments
Deal: $5 in jukebox credit, roughly 6 songs
Notes: Android app is reportedly more accessible, but these things change often
What: On-demand massage at your location or hotel room
Deal: $20 off your first massage
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J.J. Meddaugh is an experienced technology writer and computer enthusiast. He is a graduate of Western Michigan University with a major in telecommunications management and a minor in business. When not writing for Blind Bargains, he enjoys travel, playing the keyboard, and meeting new people.