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EatStreet becomes official food delivery partner of the Milwaukee Bucks

Posted at 1:23 PM, Dec 18, 2020

MILWAUKEE — EatStreet is the official food delivery partner of the Milwaukee Bucks, providing meals to Bucks fans on game days.

This partnership called the Gameday Dish Out Program offers Bucks fans deals on food on game days.

For the Bucks’ season opener against the Celtics on Dec. 23, you can head to to find the Gameday Dish Out special offer for each game.

You can also order food ahead of time for game day through the Bucks app and on the Bucks website.

We’re thrilled to welcome EatStreet, a highly-regarded Wisconsin company, to the Bucks’ roster of partners,” said Milwaukee Bucks Senior Vice President of Business Development and Strategy Matt Pazaras. “In a time when so many of us will be cheering the Bucks on from home, EatStreet has put together some excellent deals for fans across the state to take advantage of that will make their at-home gameday experience even better.”

The partnership between the Bucks and EatStreet will also bring an exclusive behind the scenes look at game days. A content series will follow one employee each game day who will show you their game day responsibilities.

Gameday Delivered presented by EatStreet will be available on YouTube,, and the Bucks app.

Beginning Friday, Bucks fans can take advantage of the new partnership by receiving $5 off their orders through Dec. 24 by using the code BUCKS.

A portion of the profit from those sales will go to the Milwaukee Bucks Foundation.

“This partnership brings even more meaning to that tradition by supporting fans, local businesses and the community with an array of programs – from promotions that save customers money to driving more orders for local restaurants when they need it most,” said Dave Balderston, EatStreet’s Senior Vice president of Growth.

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