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[Joey] Free Food Sept 9th-13th at Joey through DoorDash. Limited 2000 vouchers per day

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frozenmelon wrote: I think my driver gave up. He's just been sitting in the same spot on the map for like the last 30 minutes.
Is he near the restaurant? He may be waiting for the order. My driver literally waited nearly two hours on the first day fiasco along with like 40 other drivers, i gave him a cash tip on top of the one already in the order.
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dxbender wrote: Order came maybe 10 mins past the time, nothing wrong with that.

The food was what I expected. I cant believe people pay the prices they charge. $3 for a slice of garlic bread? You can buy a full load of garlic bread for less at the grocery. And over $20 for these food items?

I'd fully expect to pay the price I paid AFTER the discount at a regular restaurant. $10 for a container of food.
The nerve of businesses. How dare they charge $3 for garlic bread!

Why don't you open up a restaurant and charge $0.24 for garlic bread? Because you can't!
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Food came... Next time I'll skip the torched sushi. It was okay but it was like $15 for 6 puny little pieces.
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3rd times the charm. I finally got the damn promo to go through

1st day on laptop, credit applied... Oh, we gotta verify, sending code to phone Neutral Face annnnnnnnnd gone! Wasn't able to get it due to that wait, code expires.

2nd day on phone app... Copy pasted code @ 2:59...entered it at 3, code GONE instantly.

Today. Disabled WiFi and used my phone data on the phone browser and not the app. Input code at 2:59 and proceeded to tap apply, apply, apply... It worked. But AGAIN!! We need to verify with code. I was sure it would run out of uses before the stupid verification text. But alas, here we are.... Food ordered and eaten
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b31770 wrote: The nerve of businesses. How dare they charge $3 for garlic bread!

Why don't you open up a restaurant and charge $0.24 for garlic bread? Because you can't!
They charged $4 for peppercorn sauce for their high end NY strip steak, and it came in the same container as the soy sauce for the sushi. Im still confused how they managed to do so well they are now in Ontario.
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frozenmelon wrote: Food came... Next time I'll skip the torched sushi. It was okay but it was like $15 for 6 puny little pieces.
That's usually how much most sushi restaurant charge for the torched sushi though. Usually in the $12-18 ball park. I haven't tried Joey's (didn't plan to) but I love them
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sherri-chan wrote: That's usually how much most sushi restaurant charge for the torched sushi though. Usually in the $12-18 ball park. I haven't tried Joey's (didn't plan to) but I love them
they burn the fish slightly - what's different about this I will never understand. It doesn't add to the taste much if at all.
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Sweet! I got $50 doordash credit for my first cancelled ordered.
I hope this email finds you well! My name is Jo and I work at DoorDash Canada.


The order you placed with us during our JOEY promotional launch on Monday was not delivered to you at a standard we strive to provide here at DoorDash. Unfortunately, it was due to our struggles in handling the high volumes within the first few minutes of the promotion. We understand the frustration this must have caused.


I would like to take this opportunity to apologize for your experience with DoorDash. To prove we can do better, we are crediting your account with $50*. Despite missing the original promotion, please enjoy your favourite JOEY meal this weekend on us!


Both DoorDash and JOEY strive to provide the best customer experience to our guests, and we know we will do better next time.


Thank you very much for your understanding and enjoy your next JOEY meal on us!


Regards,

Jo

WOULD SOMEBODY THINK OF THE CHILDREN!!!
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badOne wrote: They charged $4 for peppercorn sauce for their high end NY strip steak, and it came in the same container as the soy sauce for the sushi. Im still confused how they managed to do so well they are now in Ontario.
Ok, for that, that's an issue.

But I can't fathom how anyone can complain about a $3 garlic bread. It isn't wonder bread they are using. The labor alone takes a huge chunk of the $3. It peeves me when people say they can buy a whole loaf of bread and make their own. Then just buy it and make your own!

/Rant over. My order is coming after 5 and will leave a decent cash tip.
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frozenmelon wrote: I think my driver gave up. He's just been sitting in the same spot on the map for like the last 30 minutes.
My order had a driver assigned within like 15 minutes and it looked like he was waiting in the restaurant for almost 1 hour too (with a DD "sorry about the delay" message update)... I got my food just now, about 40 minutes later than the initial ETA but that's okay. Food is still pretty hot given the long drive. The driver said there was a ton of people there too. It didn't look like he took any detour on the way here too.

Edit: My delivery bag was stapled shut and the boxes were sealed with a sticker so no tampering was possible. For $6 (fee and tax) + $5 tips it's delicious. Would I pay the full price for this? Nope...
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Hopefully you gave a good tip for that poor guy waiting there.
sherri-chan wrote: My order had a driver assigned within like 15 minutes and it looked like he was waiting in the restaurant for almost 1 hour too (with a DD "sorry about the delay" message update)... I got my food just now, about 40 minutes later than the initial ETA but that's okay. Food is still pretty hot given the long drive. The driver said there was a ton of people there too. It didn't look like he took any detour on the way here too.

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Cheapo-Findo wrote: Hopefully you gave a good tip for that poor guy waiting there.
I gave him $5 as I initially indicated in the delivery instruction... I hope it's good enough?
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sherri-chan wrote: I gave him $5 as I initially indicated in the delivery instruction... I hope it's good enough?
Let's not start the tipping debate again.

If someone on RFD suggested a $10 tip, would you pay it next time
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ElenaA265 wrote: I didn’t realize that one order of the potato side comes with two. I guess I’ll save them for later. I’m really full now.
Did you order two orders of the potato rolls? Just wondering if you order one side and ended up with two by accident, or if you meant you didn't realize it's two potato rolls per order...

I ordered one side and got two rolls. I actually saw your photo, thought it looked delicious and ordered this lol.

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