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[SkipTheDishes] $10 Off [No Min Value | Works on existing ac too]

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$10 Off [No Min Value | Works on existing ac too]

Deal Link:
Savings:
$10 OFF
Expiry:
September 14, 2019
Retailer:
SkipTheDishes
Thanks for all your supports guys. You all are amazing!Smiling Face With Sunglasses

Just got the app notification.

Use code : CRAVE10 for $10 off on your next Delivery on Skip orders.

Tried on $7.50 order and it worked as -$7.50. Also combines with the skip credits.

Works on existing ac too. Once per ac.

Added final pick where after discount I only paid HST - $1.30. Seems good deal to me.

GO GO GO!Smiling Face With Sunglasses
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Last edited by Darshan7 on Sep 14th, 2019 7:04 pm, edited 7 times in total.
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Feb 5, 2016
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hst and delivery fee are charged right? anyway to get free delivery?
[OP]
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whatisbwana wrote: hst and delivery fee are charged right? anyway to get free delivery?
Some restaurant provide free delivery over $20.

I mostly buy from near restaurant and pick up the order and get around $2 per item. Lol
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Aug 20, 2005
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Voucher is not valid on pickup orders.
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Sep 6, 2019
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The OP didn't mention and purposely cut off the screenshot (you should get a downvote for your silly deception), you still have to pay a delivery fee (no pickup allowed if you are thinking that too), not worth it IMO. so something that is $5 ends up costing you $4, you save a dollar. If the OP didn't cut off his screenshot then this would have been clear at the beginning.

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[OP]
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Notify wrote: The OP didn't mention and purposely cut off the screenshot (you should get a downvote for your silly deception), you still have to pay a delivery fee (no pickup allowed if you are thinking that too), not worth it IMO. so something that is $5 ends up costing you $4, you save a dollar. If the OP didn't cut off his screenshot then this would have been clear at the beginning.

Yes you need to pay delivery fees and I just used the code and then changed my order for pickup so I don't get charged for that.
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Oct 21, 2016
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Darshan7 wrote: Yes you need to pay delivery fees and I just used the code and then changed my order for pickup so I don't get charged for that.
How do you do that?
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Jul 20, 2010
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Notify wrote: The OP didn't mention and purposely cut off the screenshot (you should get a downvote for your silly deception), you still have to pay a delivery fee (no pickup allowed if you are thinking that too), not worth it IMO. so something that is $5 ends up costing you $4, you save a dollar. If the OP didn't cut off his screenshot then this would have been clear at the beginning.

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This has always been the case for all codes - no one is deceiving anyone
[OP]
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john.canad wrote: This has always been the case for all codes - no one is deceiving anyone
Totally agreed some newbies are just don't see the things and blame but that is the way they learn. @Notify Welcome to the RFD.
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yeah723 wrote: How do you do that?
Contact them via chat mention the order and tell them to change to pick up and do the pick up. Delivery fees refunded in SKip credits or To your original payment method. credit is instant whereas the other takes time.
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Sep 6, 2019
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john.canad wrote: This has always been the case for all codes - no one is deceiving anyone
I wouldn't have bothered taking the time to create a skipthedishes account if I knew I was going to be saving so little money, you should have posted the full screenshot in the beginning to save people's time.
Newbie
Aug 7, 2019
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vancouver
In one way this constitutes of free delivery with a couple dollars off. A great deal for people who are busy at home.
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Oct 30, 2006
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Delivery fees are a given with these businesses. It's like not specifying the minimum spend for free shipping from Amazon.
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