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How to order Tango Ice Blasts on Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats


TANGO Ice Blast fans missing the sweet drink will be pleased to know it’s available on Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats.

With cinemas and amusement arcades closed due to the coronavirus crisis, you might be craving the beloved slush drink.

Tango Ice Blast fans can get the drinks delivered to their homes

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Tango Ice Blast fans can get the drinks delivered to their homesCredit: Twitter

But the good news is the frozen drink is available for home delivery in cities across the UK.

To help you find your nearest vendor, the brand’s Instagram account has created a handy UK map with the locations pointed out.

Restaurants are currently shut in England due to the national lockdown, but they’re allowed to offer takeaway and home delivery services.

The Instagram account isn’t verified, but Slush Puppie, which makes Tango Ice Blast, has confirmed to The Sun that it’s behind it all.

It said in a recent post: “Find a Tango Ice Blast near you.

“You asked, we delivered… so here’s everywhere you can get a Tango Ice Blast delivered.”

Simply click through to the map, zoom in on your area and click on the pinpoints to get the name of the restaurant or retailer selling the drink.

Then all you need to do is log into the delivery app and order the slushie.

Alternatively, go on Deliveroo, Just Eat or Uber Eats, search for “Tango Ice Blast” and order it from any of the restaurants that come up.

Just keep in mind that the apps may add a delivery fee to your order, which will vary depending on where you buy it from and where you live.

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Naturally, the price of the drink will also vary depending on the restaurant.

For example, when The Sun used the map, we found that German Doner Kebab in Watford is selling 32oz of the drink for £5.99 via Deliveroo.

While Cookies and Cones Express in Southend-on-Sea charges from £4.50 through Just Eat, and BP Reliance in Durham on Uber Eats charges between £4.25 and £7.95.

The map has proved popular on Instagram, with one user saying: “A map of places you can get Tango Ice Blasts delivered from!! What a gift.”

While another added: “Oh my God are you for real?

“I love Ice Blast that much I nip into the cinema not to watch a film but to get an Ice Blast and come back out.”

And a third said: “How amazing, what a dream.”

Slush Puppie told The Sun Tango Ice Blast is also available at locations such as One Stop, Euro Garages, Papa John’s and more.

In May, a bloke revealed how to make Tango Ice Blasts at home using just a few ingredients.

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And in September, Tango launched two ice lollies at Tesco in the same flavours as their famous ice blast drinks.

When Cineworld axed Tango Ice Blast slushes in April 2019, it left viewers furious.

Bloke reveals how to make Tango Ice Blasts at home using just three ingredients





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