Pandemic breakups are the worst. To help you move on (literally), Bumble and Babe wine have partnered up to cover your moving costs.
Breakups are never easy. Especially when you lived with your partner, breakups can turn into a nightmare. Now imagine there is a pandemic going on, and you have had what may be referred to as the “worst breakup ever.”
Thankfully, Bumble is here for you. The dating app has partnered with Babe (the wine-in-a-can company) to alleviate the stress of pandemic breakups – offering to cover moving costs for people facing a breakup in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in the US.
The offer comes as a contest, running on Instagram, and includes a $600 gift card cover moving fees, plus a $100 gift card to purchase much-needed wine from Babe Wine.
On top of the monetary prize, Bumble also offers to “hand tailor” the perfect profile on its app, and help “remove all traces of your ex from your phone.”
If all this sounds tempting, comment, or tag a newly-single friend on the Instagram post. Five winners will be selected.
Bumble and Babe even have their own pink truck to help you move, which reads: “Your ex is cancelled. Babe and Bumble are here to help you get a move on. Literally.”
Now you know.
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