Local establishments aren’t the only ones stepping up to help people out during the coronavirus shutdown. Some major businesses and renowned chains also are offering perks and discounts.
Chipotle: Orders of $10 or more will be delivered for free through March 31 if you live within a delivery area and order from the restaurant’s app or at chipotle.com.
Wendy’s: Enjoy a free Junior Frosty will every drive-thru order.
Burger King: The fast-food giant is offering free kids meals (one per guest) through April 6 with any purchase made through the Burger King app (this applies only to takeout and drive-thru orders).
Uber Eats: Delivery fees are being waived for more than 100,000 independent restaurants in the U.S. and Canada. Uber Eats is also providing some 300,000 free meals through its app to first responders and health care workers.
Adobe: The software giant is making Adobe Creative Cloud available to all students and educators through May 31 to help students who must now take online courses.
T-Mobile: The mobile phone business is offering customers an upgrade to free unlimited smartphone data for the next two months (for those already with a data plan).
Comcast: Customers with an internet plan will receive increased download and internet speeds; in addition, those customers will receive unlimited data for 60 days.
Planet Fitness: With its gyms closed, the fitness company is offering 20-minute workouts streamed every day at the Planet Fitness Facebook page around 7 p.m.