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Ja Morant of the Memphis Grizzlies is helping promote the Popeyes/Uber Eats Most Dunkable Meal deal through April 17.

Popeyes, Uber Eats offer ‘Dunkable Meal’ deal amid NBA playoffs

Brands team with players Anthony Edwards and Ja Morant to promote delivery-only deal

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen and Uber Eats are teaming with professional basketball players for a special half-off Most Dunkable Meal deal through April 17.

Popeyes, a division of Toronto-based Restaurant Brands International Inc., on Tuesday introduced the Most Dunkable Meal in time for the NBA playoffs.

Available exclusively through Uber Eats, the limited-edition meal features a Popeyes five-piece tender combo, side, biscuit, drink and five sauces “for extra dunking potential,” the company said. The meal will 50% off on Uber Eats from April 12-17.

"With the limited time 50% off offer from April 12-17, the meal combo ranges in price from $5-$8, although the final price and availability may vary by location," a company spokesperson said.


The brands have teamed with Anthony Edwards of the Minnesota Timberwolves and Ja Morant of the Memphis Grizzlies to promote the deal

"Everybody knows I’m an in-game dunker,” said Edwards in a statement, “and every hooper loves that incredible feeling of throwing it down and putting your opponent on a poster. I'm excited to team up with Uber Eats and Popeyes to give our fans a taste of that same, delicious feeling with the Most Dunkable Meal.”

Morant added: “It's no secret that one of my favorite parts of the game is the dunk, so I'm pumped to team up with Uber Eats and Popeyes on the Most Dunkable Meal to put the dunking power in our fans' hands.”

Popeyes recently unveiled a new design at a unit in New Orleans, La.

Popeyes was founded in New Orleans in 1972. As of Dec. 31, Popeyes had 3,705 restaurants globally.

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