Young people will be offered discounted takeaways and taxi rides to get their Covid jabs in a bid to boost vaccine uptake, the government has said.
The Department of Health said details on more partnerships would be released "in due course".
More than 68% of 18 to 29-year-olds in England have had a first jab.
More than 72% of UK adults have had two doses so far, while 88.5% have had one, BBC reported.
Ride hailing firm Uber will send reminders to all users in August urging them to get vaccinated - and will offer discounted rides and meals on its Uber Eats platform for young people who have the vaccine.
Bolt, another taxi app firm, will offer "free ride credit" to vaccination centres, while food delivery firm Deliveroo will give vouchers to young people who get vaccinated.