Uber will deliver ice cream directly to your face this Friday

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What a time to be alive. This Friday, July 24, Orlando-based Uber users will be able to hit a button and have delicious ice cream delivered straight to their faces. No talking to people. No standing up. Just a slight press of the thumb and sweet sweet ice cream can be all yours.

It's all part of their global ice cream campaign #UberIceCream. 



This is the fourth year in a row Uber has decided to dabble in the frozen sweets delivery service. This year, for $25, Uber will bring 5 frozen treats from local vendor Kelly's Homemade Ice Cream to you and your friends.

All you have to do is login to the app between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., set your location and request "ICE CREAM." 



If you're a Capitol One cardholder, you can actually get your frozen goods for free. Just add your Capital One card as a payment method and enter promo code "SWEETDEAL" in the Uber app before requesting.

Demand for these things is always ridiculously high, so be vigilante, be patient and always keep your cool. 

Also, be sure to tag your treats on Instagram with #UberIceCream. 






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