Both Snoop Dogg and comedian Gilbert Gottfried star in the Eat24 Super Bowl commercial and, according to the Chicago Sun-Times, the ad that’s already going viral on YouTube will air during the first quarter of the Super Bowl game — but only in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington D.C., Miami, and Baltimore — so the rest of the world will have to turn to YouTube to see the spot about the EAT24 app.
“Are you hangry? Know the signs. Do you yell at household appliances? Have you ever cried over egg rolls? Do you smell ham and pineapple even though there’s no pizza around? If you said yes to any of these questions, you’re Hangry (Hungry + Angry). You need EAT24, the app that tells hunger to shut up.”
“EAT24. It’s the best m*********in way to order food online! #EAT24”
The EAT24 app apparently solves Gilbert Gottfried’s hunger issues and helps him stop yelling at his pants and at the fish, which looks like sushi to him, because he thanks the app for getting rid of his hunger. EAT24 sounds like a brilliant app, by collectively searching for those places where users can get food anytime of the day — hence the “24” in the EAT24 name — and taking the searching out of the equation. Dubbing itself “The Hunger App,” EAT24 has pretty funny web copywriters that liken EAT24 to having a food truck in your pants. A gander at the EAT24 website proves they serve tons of cities and offer a wide variety of cuisines.
“Now you can make food happen pretty much wherever you are thanks to the free, easy-to-use EAT24 Food Delivery & Takeout App for desktop and mobile.”
Even the creative direction and writing from the EAT24 marketing team is funny when users read the YouTube description, which states that Gilbert Gottfried and Snoop Dogg both play themselves, as does Kevin the Fish and the jar of pickles that gets screamed at for not being egg rolls. The description also states that the “moneybags” of the operation is Nadav Sharon, and they urge followers to say hi to them on various social media outlets, like the EAT24 Instagram page.
As reported by the Inquisitr, a new PayPal pre-order feature was tested in early 2013 and was made possible via a partnership with Eat24.
[Image via EAT24 Super Bowl ad]