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SkipTheDishes - Coupons Codes and Discounts

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SkipTheDishes - Coupons Codes and Discounts

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May 31, 2018
This spring use the code SPRINGTEN to receive 10% off of any order over $30. Also use code, SPRING7 for $7 off of your first order as long as it's over $15.

Codes are valid in all Canadian areas SkipTheDishes services.
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Is this service any good? Anyone have any experience?

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Cal.
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calvados.boualrd wrote: Is this service any good? Anyone have any experience?

Thanks,
Cal.
I've used it around 5-6 times now and have not had a bad experience yet. I guess it really depends on the local restaurants your ordering from though. I do remember reading a comment or two in the food and drink forum that did not have a good experience.

I find it pretty convenient. I like that you pay for everything online, even the tip. So when the driver delivers your food, they just hand it to you and you're done. Very quick and simple.

By the way, the code ORDERIN10 still works ($10 off $40 or more) and ORDERIN5 ($5 off $25 or more)

Also I just learnt of ORDERIN7 ($7 off orders $15 or more). Weird that it's $7 off $15 or more whereas orderin5 is only $5 off $25 or more. Why would anyone use orderin5 then.
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How do these non professional drivers keep your food warm?
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flash67 wrote: How do these non professional drivers keep your food warm?
skip the dishes branded thermal bags
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Got this in email.
From now until May 30, enjoy $5 off your next delivery order over $20 and end the month on a tasty note.
Voucher Code
MAY5OFF20
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I'm getting so confused over food delivery businesses. Is SkipTheDishes the new "standard"? I remember JustEat from a few years back, is this service gone or is it simply running in parallel? I'm just not sure what app to look at anymore when I want to order something.
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Arky33 wrote: I'm getting so confused over food delivery businesses. Is SkipTheDishes the new "standard"? I remember JustEat from a few years back, is this service gone or is it simply running in parallel? I'm just not sure what app to look at anymore when I want to order something.
It might depend on where you live. There were a few delivery companies in my area a few years ago, such as Delivery Town, Just Eat, and Skip, but I think DT was bought out by Just Eat, and the service went to shit. DT had a decent selection of restaurants in my area, but that was reduced after Just Eat took over.

Within the last couple of years, Skip has gotten better in my area and now offers the biggest list of restaurants. They put everything else to shame. I've also checked out newer services like Foodora, UberEats, and DoorDash, but none of them offer anything close to what Skip offers in my area.

I just checked, and these are the number of restaurants listed by delivery service that deliver to my home.
- SkipTheDishes shows more than 200 restaurants
- UberEats shows 38 restaurants
- Just Eat shows 6 restaurants
- Foodora shows nothing
- DoorDash shows nothing

Oh... and don't even waste time with Nomme.ca. They charge above restaurant prices.
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ITSSPRING15 10 off 25. New account only. Period trick in Gmail works.
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fudge_u wrote: It might depend on where you live. There were a few delivery companies in my area a few years ago, such as Delivery Town, Just Eat, and Skip, but I think DT was bought out by Just Eat, and the service went to shit. DT had a decent selection of restaurants in my area, but that was reduced after Just Eat took over.

Within the last couple of years, Skip has gotten better in my area and now offers the biggest list of restaurants. They put everything else to shame. I've also checked out newer services like Foodora, UberEats, and DoorDash, but none of them offer anything close to what Skip offers in my area.

I just checked, and this is the numbers of restaurants listed by delivery service that deliver to my home.
- SkipTheDishes shows more than 200 restaurants
- UberEats shows 38 restaurants
- Just Eat shows 6 restaurants
- Foodora shows nothing
- DoorDash shows nothing

Oh... and don't even waste time with Nomme.ca. They charge above restaurant prices.
I must have been living under a rock, I had no idea UberEats was a thing. I'm gonna check those out. Thank you!
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Arky33 wrote: I'm getting so confused over food delivery businesses. Is SkipTheDishes the new "standard"? I remember JustEat from a few years back, is this service gone or is it simply running in parallel? I'm just not sure what app to look at anymore when I want to order something.
fudge_u wrote: It might depend on where you live. There were a few delivery companies in my area a few years ago, such as Delivery Town, Just Eat, and Skip, but I think DT was bought out by Just Eat, and the service went to shit. DT had a decent selection of restaurants in my area, but that was reduced after Just Eat took over.

Within the last couple of years, Skip has gotten better in my area and now offers the biggest list of restaurants. They put everything else to shame. I've also checked out newer services like Foodora, UberEats, and DoorDash, but none of them offer anything close to what Skip offers in my area.

I just checked, and these are the number of restaurants listed by delivery service that deliver to my home.
- SkipTheDishes shows more than 200 restaurants
- UberEats shows 38 restaurants
- Just Eat shows 6 restaurants
- Foodora shows nothing
- DoorDash shows nothing

Oh... and don't even waste time with Nomme.ca. They charge above restaurant prices.
JE bought out SkipTheDishes. Brand differentiation, didn't want to compete in an already tight market space etc. are my best guesses. But what it comes down to to is that Skip = JE.
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dnyc wrote: ITSSPRING15 10 off 25. New account only. Period trick in Gmail works.
Sorry, what's the period trick?
"A cynic is a man who knows the price of everything, and the value of nothing." - Oscar Wilde
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Arky33 wrote: I'm getting so confused over food delivery businesses. Is SkipTheDishes the new "standard"? I remember JustEat from a few years back, is this service gone or is it simply running in parallel? I'm just not sure what app to look at anymore when I want to order something.

Just Eat purchased SKip a while back.
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anutty wrote: JE bought out SkipTheDishes. Brand differentiation, didn't want to compete in an already tight market space etc. are my best guesses. But what it comes down to to is that Skip = JE.
Ah... seems like they're buying all of their competition. Delivery Town was Edmonton based, and the best thing available at the time, until Skip got better. Just Eat ended up taking down the DT website a short while after the acquisition. Good to see Skip is thriving though. Don't mess with a good thing I guess.

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