Expired Hot Deals

SkipTheDishes 15$ Off New Users Only!

  • Last Updated:
  • Jul 25th, 2019 12:10 pm
Sr. Member
Feb 17, 2015
941 posts
348 upvotes
Windsor, ON
Used various codes the last week or so with the same card...maybe 11 times now? I was nice enough to tip lol, I use the skipthedishes website in private browsing the app did stop taking a lot of the codes after I did it the 5th time
Newbie
Jul 11, 2019
1 posts
I just tried SORBET15 on a new account and got "voucher is out of uses" but the 15MONTREAL does work
Sr. Member
Oct 11, 2013
558 posts
326 upvotes
Toronto
Man how much do you guys weigh now? Lol 've gained about 3pounds tempted to go order today
Deal Addict
Feb 22, 2009
2234 posts
2073 upvotes
Whitby
Databases get hacked all the time. Don't be a victim. I use my cc but not into some random thing where an web app or site can be easily hacked. And then you are fighting to get your money back. McDonalds has not reimbursed a penny over hacks. I'm not THAT hungry. LoL
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Jun 6, 2010
7160 posts
3433 upvotes
Toronto, Ontario
dyalect wrote: Databases get hacked all the time. Don't be a victim. I use my cc but not into some random thing where an web app or site can be easily hacked. And then you are fighting to get your money back. McDonalds has not reimbursed a penny over hacks. I'm not THAT hungry. LoL
I am just wondering. If you use apple pay or googlepay to pay. Do they have info in their database?
Can hackers steal those accounts by hacking STD?
If I buy something that is not in deep discounted, my father will punish me; everyone will laugh at me. I will be the strange kid who doesn't fit in.
Guide to get free movie BOGO code from Virgin Mobile
How to setup PAP in Tangerine
Newbie
Jul 11, 2019
15 posts
22 upvotes
theflyingsquirrel wrote: I am just wondering. If you use apple pay or googlepay to pay. Do they have info in their database?
Can hackers steal those accounts by hacking STD?
Depends if STD is storing information in plaintext (braindead, but still happens) or not.
Deal Expert
User avatar
Mar 22, 2007
27028 posts
6402 upvotes
Hamilton
dyalect wrote: Databases get hacked all the time. Don't be a victim. I use my cc but not into some random thing where an web app or site can be easily hacked. And then you are fighting to get your money back. McDonalds has not reimbursed a penny over hacks. I'm not THAT hungry. LoL
CC company no reimburse?
$35/10GB Koodo
$120/3Months PM
Newbie
Apr 10, 2018
55 posts
88 upvotes
My CC still hasn’t gotten banned, make sure “Remember this card” is turned off on every account you make.
Member
Sep 30, 2013
416 posts
293 upvotes
North Vancouver
It's called being a nice person, if that's so hard for you to grasp, then me trying to form an argument for you to understand would be a complete waste of time.

You have a coupon code that gave you some savings, just maybe it would be nice to help these guys out making these deliveries, majority of these people are not high income earners, or they wouldn't be doing this job.

You can continue to live in denial. However, my stance doesn't change, I wouldn't be friends with people like this, nor want to be associated with them. You're saving $15-$20, you can spare $2-$3 and help someone out, just my thoughts. No need to justify your lack of compassion with "well omgzzzzzz it's not my j0b to pay their salaries!!!!!"

later bro.
telepathy wrote: This thread has been very fascinating with a lot of the non-tippers giving fairly reasonable and logical reasons for why they don't tip and a portion of tippers basically posturing to pressure people into tipping.













Let's just start with, when it comes down to namecalling, you lose the argument.
If you want to use sarcasm because you don't have an argument, fine. It doesn't make you look good.
Calling people cheap and a loser cause they don't tip is you trying to paint everyone with the same brush and assumes intent.
When you do this, I can only assume you do this in bad faith because you need a justification for your vice.
You're not automatically a nice person cause you tip and you aren't automatically a terrible person if you don't. I've seen logical arguments for both.
At the end of the day, you can do what you want. However, when you paint everyone with the same brush, you're not winning anyone over.
You make tippers look bad, and you make it less likely for people to tip. If that's your goal, good job. If it wasn't, you're doing a terrible job arguing for the idea.
I'll let you know that if you tried this garbage in person with me, I wouldn't tip and I wouldn't go anywhere to eat with you either.
People like you are insufferable and the reason why my friend says he never tips.

Note: I could make cheeky responses too, but I'm not here to posture for internet points or backpats.

The problem with not tipping isn't the tippers or non-tippers, it's people like you (in the quotes) who bring nothing to the table with comments like that.
If you think tipping is so great, argue it and convince people they should do it.

Here's some people who at least tried, even a little:
Sr. Member
Mar 5, 2010
697 posts
457 upvotes
Ottawa
burntorange00 wrote: you sound like a non tipper
You clearly didn't read the post and didn't understand the point I was trying to make. Now run along little child, grown ups are talking.
sherri-chan wrote: These Skip code threads are really bringing out the worst in humanity...... So many entitled people. Are the non-tippers people who actually have low income and can't afford to tip when they are essentially getting a huge discount on these deliveries? If you have adequate income and can't even be bothered to spare a toonie on tips, then I really feel bad for you... Considering the cost of living nowadays, tipping at least a toonie is nice gesture for anybody. Obviously people who needed to rely on doing deliveries to make ends meet do not have high income.
Assumptions. I feel bad for you that you can't see that maybe people don't share your view on tipping.
I can play that game too. You seem really privileged, are you by chance someone who is projecting to cover for some kind of inadequacy in your own morality?
I guess anyone can pay themselves into heaven amirite?
TGoyel wrote: It's called being a nice person, if that's so hard for you to grasp, then me trying to form an argument for you to understand would be a complete waste of time.

You have a coupon code that gave you some savings, just maybe it would be nice to help these guys out making these deliveries, majority of these people are not high income earners, or they wouldn't be doing this job.

You can continue to live in denial. However, my stance doesn't change, I wouldn't be friends with people like this, nor want to be associated with them. You're saving $15-$20, you can spare $2-$3 and help someone out, just my thoughts. No need to justify your lack of compassion with "well omgzzzzzz it's not my j0b to pay their salaries!!!!!"

later bro.
You assume a lot, are you omniscient? At least you tried in the middle to be convincing, then you blow yourself up at the start and the end.
Why would anyone want to listen to a thick headed individual like you when you just berate and insult and condescend?
But no need to justify your projection, I'm pretty sure you're a delightful individual right?
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Jun 19, 2001
8534 posts
2210 upvotes
Just put the ones who go on and on about "no I wont tip" like telepathy and the thatdealguy (who go on and on and on) on ignore, and get back to the deal
Last edited by zoro69 on Jul 12th, 2019 3:26 pm, edited 2 times in total.
Member
Dec 16, 2012
377 posts
381 upvotes
Calgary
asdglaf wrote: Thanks, the Montreal one worked.
Thanks, 15MONTREAL worked for me too!

On a side note, I tipped all my orders (>5 so far) and my cards are still good to go! Perhaps tipping is the way to not get blacklisted? =p
😁
Deal Expert
User avatar
Mar 22, 2007
27028 posts
6402 upvotes
Hamilton
We’re famous on reddit
Images
  • F74554EE-A78D-4E9B-9D7C-020E3EC64083.png
$35/10GB Koodo
$120/3Months PM
Member
Sep 30, 2013
416 posts
293 upvotes
North Vancouver
Give it a rest dude.

I'm not trying to convince you of anything, it's clear where your stance is on this. It's my opinion of people who don't tip using a delivery service in which they have a coupon code that saved them 80%+. Again, it's my opinion of these people, I'm not a fan, I think it's wrong, and I think it's pathetic. To be fair, I don't give a shit you think I'm delightful individual or not, me calling you out has you on the defensive.
telepathy wrote: You clearly didn't read the post and didn't understand the point I was trying to make. Now run along little child, grown ups are talking.



Assumptions. I feel bad for you that you can't see that maybe people don't share your view on tipping.
I can play that game too. You seem really privileged, are you by chance someone who is projecting to cover for some kind of inadequacy in your own morality?
I guess anyone can pay themselves into heaven amirite?



You assume a lot, are you omniscient? At least you tried in the middle to be convincing, then you blow yourself up at the start and the end.
Why would anyone want to listen to a thick headed individual like you when you just berate and insult and condescend?
But no need to justify your projection, I'm pretty sure you're a delightful individual right?
Member
Aug 16, 2010
353 posts
206 upvotes
Vancouver
I am going to settle this tip vs non tip.

First of all, I tip. why? to save face.
Companies know this and they push the financial burden on the customers to make up for their shitty wages.

But then there are some restaurants who actually deny tips. Their food is more expensive but I can assume their wages are higher.
You eat. you pay. you walk out. no 'trying to save face'. no 'here is $XX, don't spit in my food next time please'.

Here is why you shouldn't tip:
If you tip, you are setting a standard and pressuring others to tip while allowing companies to practice unfair wages.
Donations are done anonymously. Tips should too.

So what can we do? nothing.
it's like buying a diamond ring for your fiancee. You know it's a made up money grab tradition that destroys certain African countries and their children which you have to pay 3x your income for (set by diamond companies to increase their price with the inflation). But you can't do nothing about it. why? because you have to save face. your fiancee has to save face.

If you tip or buy diamond rings. Good for you. I also do a lot of stupid shit just to save my face. But I don't force others to do them and I certainly don't patronize others who don't.

If you tip genuinely because you liked the service, why stop there? tip that guy who opened the door for you. Or the person who held the elevator for you.

If you tip because you feel bad for the driver's wage. don't worry. the system will sort itself. like every f'ing business out there in a capitalistic country.
Last edited by Xtyle86 on Jul 12th, 2019 3:23 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Deal Addict
User avatar
Feb 1, 2004
2208 posts
1684 upvotes
Mississauga
Xtyle86 wrote: I am going to settle this tip vs non tip.

First of all, I tip. why? to save face.
Companies know this and they push the financial burden on the customers to make up for their shitty wages.

But then there are some restaurants who actually deny tips. Their food is more expensive but I can assume their wages are higher.
You eat. you pay. you walk out. no 'trying to save face'. no 'here is $XX, don't spit in my food next time please'.

Here is why you shouldn't tip:
If you tip, you are setting a standard and pressuring others to tip while allowing companies to practice unfair wages.
Donations are done anonymously. Tips should too.

So what can we do? nothing.
it's like buying a diamond ring for your fiancee. You know it's a made up money grab tradition that destroys certain African countries and their children which you have to pay 3x your income for (set by diamond companies to increase their price with the inflation). But you can't do nothing about it. why? because you have to save face. your fiancee has to save face.

If you tip or buy diamond rings. Good for you. I also do a lot of stupid shit just to save my face. But I don't force others to do them and I certainly don't patronize others who don't.

If you tip genuinely because you liked the service, why stop there? tip that guy who opened the door for you. Or the person who held the elevator for you.

If you tip because you feel bad for the driver's wage. don't worry. the system will sort itself. like every f'ing business out there in a capitalistic country.
Sorry but stiffing your driver/server because you think “the system will sort itself out” is such a ridiculous position to have. And relating it to supporting debeers and buying diamonds? That’s some great mental gymnastics, but at the end of the day you’re grasping at straws to justify yourself being a cheapskate. Just own it and lose the holier than thou act. And buy your wife a CZ.
Member
Oct 15, 2014
343 posts
558 upvotes
Waterloo, ON
Thanks OP. This was my order last night:

x1McChicken Extra Value Meal [630-1070 Cals]
$9.19
• Med French Fries [350.0 Cals]
• Med Coca-Cola [220.0 Cals]

x1Happy Meal Hamburger with Mini Fry [305-675 Cals]
$3.99
• Secret Life of Pets 2
• Chocolate Milk Bottle [170.0 Cals]

x1Side Garden Salad [160-250 Cals]
$2.89
• Greek Dressing [140.0 Cals]

Food/Beverage Total
$16.07
Delivery Fee
$5.95
HST
$2.86
Tip the Food Courier
$2.00
SORBET15
-$15.00
Total (CAD)
$11.88
Images
  • DSC_0644.JPG
Deal Addict
Dec 4, 2006
1295 posts
609 upvotes
Out of uses.
*other code works
Last edited by notnow17 on Jul 12th, 2019 3:42 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Deal Guru
Oct 30, 2006
14792 posts
4261 upvotes
Thatdealguy wrote: Tippers vs non tippers.

Tippers are like the recent anti abortion people.
Yeah let's not compare anybody with those people holding awful signs in public.
TripleQ wrote:I read Click magazine for the articles!

Top