Bootler – The Smarter Way To Order Food From Home #GoBootler #Food #ad
This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine.
Bootler is an amazing new online service available in the Chicago area. I can’t wait for this to open up Nationwide and when you learn more about it – you will be very excited for its expansion also.
When we work all day, then finish at the barn after work – we have often resorted to home delivery for food. Who has the energy to cook after being out of the house from 6am through 7pm. The kids are cranky and we have so much to do. I need to be able to order food, to be delivered to me. Food that everyone in the family will eat and enjoy. Food that will arrive on time, preferably quickly and that won’t break the bank (since we do it far too often) through the use of a free restaurant reservation system.
Bootler makes it easy to order dinner SMARTER!
How do you start? Go to Bootler.com and identify your location and what type of cuisine you are interested in. For us it is most often pizza such as Coal Fire Pizza Delivery or American. The kids haven’t developed the love of other cuisines just yet. With that information Bootler provides a list of all available options in my area. The list identifies food delivery companies that service the restaurants; distance; price. Once I select a location I can build my meal – menus are available with prices included.
Once I put that all together, Bootler identifies the menu price, delivery fees, order minimum and delivery time. If I am satisfied with all of that, I simply complete the order.
If you are lucky enough to live in the Chicago area – you’ve gotta try this asap. If not, be on the lookout this will surely spread like wildfire.
- 6 different delivery partners and growing
- You can order both food and alcohol from our site. Alcohol comes from a delivery service called ‘Saucey.’
- Currently only Chicago based but expanding to NY by the end of the year and more major cities soon after
- 100,000 visitors per month
- 2,000 people daily ordering from their service
- Launching a mobile app