Where to order Chicken Treat delivery online

Tuck into your favourite Chicken Treat boxes, burgers and snacks with these easy-to-use delivery services.

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Craving your favourite chicken meal from Chicken Treat but don't feel like getting off the couch? Chicken Treat delivers in Western Australia and Queensland right to your doorstep. Check out these delivery companies for quick service and sign up for special deals and discounts.

Where to order Chicken Treat online for delivery

Uber Eats
Uber Eats
Offering fast and efficient food delivery, Uber Eats delivers Chicken Treat to suburbs in and around Perth including Camillo and Stirling. Jump on the app, add your location and type Chicken Treat in the search bar to see if it delivers to your area.
  • Delivery fee: From $2.99
  • How to get free delivery: Look out for deals online.
  • Contactless delivery: Available
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Menulog
Menulog
Australia's very first food delivery company Menulog has been serving customers for over 14 years with a reach of more than 87% of Australian delivery addresses. It delivers Chicken Treat to over 30 suburbs and towns in Western Australia. Download the app to grab special deals.
  • Delivery fee: From $5
  • How to get free delivery: Free delivery on selected restaurants.
  • Contactless delivery: Available
Deliveroo
Deliveroo
Get your favourite meal Chicken Treat meal delivered fast with Deliveroo. Use the Deliveroo app for efficient service and sign up to receive the latest deals and free delivery codes.
  • Delivery fee: From $4
  • How to get free delivery: Look out for deals online.
  • Contactless delivery: Available

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which delivery companies offer free Chicken Treat delivery?

You can get free delivery with Deliveroo when you subscribe to DeliverooPlus and spend more than $45 per order. Subscription costs $7.99 a month and includes other special offers just for members.

What's the cheapest food delivery service for Chicken Treat?

Menulog has a "Price Promise" guarantee, making it the cheapest service to order Chicken Treat from. If you find a better delivery price for the same item from the same restaurant within 24 hours, Menulog will give you a credit for the difference plus an additional $10 credit.

Is there a minimum order amount for Chicken Treat?

There is no minimum order for Chicken Treat in most areas. However, Uber Eats charges a small order fee when an order's subtotal is under a certain amount.

How do I cancel my order?

  • Uber Eats: Cancel easily with the app. Tap the receipt icon, select your order and click "cancel order".
  • Deliveroo: You can cancel your order simply by contacting the customer service team via the Help button on the app.
  • Menulog: Cancel your order by calling the team on 1300 664 335. There may be a 50% charge of your full order depending on your order status with the restaurant at the time.

Which delivery services offer contactless delivery?

Uber Eats, Menulog and Deliveroo all offer contactless Chicken Treat delivery.

How can I pay for my Chicken Treat order? Do any of these food delivery services accept Afterpay?

Uber Eats, Menulog and Deliveroo all accept credit cards. Some Chicken Treat restaurants will accept cash payments, depending on your area. Deliveroo and Uber Eats offer gift cards which you can pay for using Afterpay.

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