Party City stores now available for on-demand buying through Uber Eats app

Uber Eats and Party City on Wednesday announced a partnership to bring party supplies and much more to customers nationwide. Woodcliff Lake-based Party City is the first celebrations retailer to be available on Uber Eats.

Just in time for the summer holidays and celebrations, hundreds of Party City stores across the country will be available to shop from, through the Uber Eats platform. This partnership continues Uber’s ongoing commitment to retail and grocery delivery — Party City joins PetSmart, Office Depot and others on the Uber Eats app retail category.

Uber One members will benefit from a $0 delivery fee and 5% discount on all Party City orders with a $15 minimum purchase. Moreover, all consumers will benefit from up to 40% off their next Party City order of $20 or more with code “TIMETOPARTY.”

“As we head into summertime, there’s so much to celebrate and, at Uber Eats, we’re always looking for ways to ‘bring the party,'” Christian Freese, head of grocery and new verticals for Uber Eats in the U.S. & Canada, said. “From festive decorations to party essentials, by partnering with Party City, we can help America spend less time planning and more time creating memories with friends and family.”

“We’re always looking for new ways to provide our customers with a seamless and convenient shopping experience,” Susan Sanderson, senior vice president of brand marketing at Party City, said. “We’re thrilled to partner with Uber Eats to expand on-demand delivery capabilities for our customers across the country. From the tiny event details to the full tablescape, this exciting new partnership with Uber Eats helps us achieve our goal of being there for all the ways you celebrate.”