Smartphones Make You Lazy

WunWun App Will Now Deliver Anything You Want to Williamsburg and DUMBO

Brooklyn Heights, Carroll Gardens, Boerum Hill, Clinton Hill and Cobble Hill coming soon.
WunWun's cofounders.

WunWun’s cofounders, thinking about Brooklyn probably.

The delivery service that’s inspired outer borough jealousy since it launched is now available to Brooklynites.

WunWun delivers everything from toothbrushes to bookshelves for free, free I tell ya. It was previously only available in Manhattan, but starting today, is expanding to Williamsburg and DUMBO.

Here are the rules: if you want something that can be found in a Brooklyn store, delivery is free. If you’re dying for something that can only be found in Manhattan, though, it’ll run you an extra $10. All other deliveries, like your dry cleaning or other things that aren’t readily available in stores, are $30.

New users signing up now can use the promo code WBDB10 to receive $10 in WunWun credits, a spokesperson told us. And Manhattanites can request deliveries from Brooklyn, too, if they justĀ have to have that new artisanal, kale-juice-fume-powered record player they saw at the Flea last weekend.

WunWun plans to expand to Brooklyn Heights, Carroll Gardens, Boerum Hill, Clinton Hill and Cobble Hill soon. Until then, this Clinton Hill resident will just have to fetch her own Qtips, ugh.

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