If you love watching football with a big bowl of guac and chips, then you’re in luck. You no longer have to worry about leaving the couch during first down because Postmates is the official on-demand food delivery partner of the NFL. All of your game day necessities—from beer to baby back ribs—can be delivered in a snap.

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Throughout the season, they’ll be rolling out special promotions to make tackling game day food a breeze. They are also partnering with the NFL on social impact initiatives, beginning with a donation to frontline workers.

Postmates kicked off the season by teaming up with Patrick Mahomes’s foundation, 15 and the Mahomies.

The team delivered meals to the deserving frontline healthcare workers at the Ben Taub Hospital in Houston. Deshaun Watson has also stepped up to the challenge, using Postmates to deliver meals to frontline workers at Truman Medical Center Hospital Hill in Kansas City.

“People across the country aren’t just ready to order their favorite game day foods, they are eagerly awaiting the return of football. While most fans won’t be able to physically go to the game, this exclusive partnership with the NFL allows us to bring the game day experience, and a few surprises throughout the season, directly to fans,” said Eric Edge, SVP, Marketing & Communications, Postmates.

“Fans will be watching NFL football this season from their couch more than ever before, so teaming up with Postmates as the first official on-demand food delivery partner of the NFL was a perfect combination,” said Nana-Yaw Asamoah, Vice President of Business Development for the NFL. “We’re excited for Postmates to deliver game day food favorites and special surprises to our fans’ doorsteps throughout the year.”

So tune into the NFL and make sure you open Postmates while you watch—they’’’ be throwing out Hail Mary deals all season long.

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