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Booze delivery app Klink is buying drinks for everyone this Saturday

To celebrate its first birthday in D.C., Klink is selling bottles of wine for 2 cents a pop (plus a $3.87 delivery fee).

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Don’t go to that potluck empty-handed. There is a better solution.
Alcohol delivery app Klink is celebrating its one-year D.C. anniversary in style.
For the occasion, the startup will sell bottles of white and red wine for 2 cents a pop (plus a flat $3.87 delivery fee) from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, June 20.

The company delivers all over the District, and is waving the $20 purchase minimum for this promo.
Then of course, it is two-cent wine. Don’t shout it from the rooftops.


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