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[Uber Eats] YMMV 30% off minimum order of $50 - max discount of $25 - expires June 1

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YMMV 30% off minimum order of $50 - max discount of $25 - expires June 1

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Uber Eats
Check your Uber Eats account - 5x coupons added to my account, no coupon code necessary
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Member
Mar 30, 2016
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Thanks! Just ordered for pickup, that was the plan tonight anyway but now I get to save 30%!
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Jul 31, 2007
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john.canad wrote: Check your Uber Eats account - 5x coupons added to my account, no coupon code necessary
I dont see anything... I guess it is targeted
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Aug 24, 2011
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Sucks that expiry is within a couple of days. Uber really wants to order that much eh.
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Jul 16, 2012
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Hmm $50 is a stretch for me remember they charge service fee percentage as well on total amount
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May 2, 2009
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Mississauga
Always said the order cannot be processed but I can use the same credit card for other online shopping
Newbie
Oct 24, 2009
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YVR
FYI a lot of price on UberEats is @ 20 - 30% premium compared to restaurants own takeout menu.
To actually save money, you will have to sip through all the restaurants and see which one doesn't charge the premium or very little.
Just a guy passing by...
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Feb 26, 2006
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I try to order from. Skip or door dash now. They're taking less off the top of the restaurants. Uber hasn't discounted anything and some restaurants have nowhere to turn right now.
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shylok wrote: I try to order from. Skip or door dash now. They're taking less off the top of the restaurants. Uber hasn't discounted anything and some restaurants have nowhere to turn right now.
can't they just turn to skip or doordash?
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Just tested this and it seems like the discount works after taxes/fees, not $50 subtotal
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Dec 21, 2009
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Vancouver
john.canad wrote: Just tested this and it seems like the discount works after taxes/fees, not $50 subtotal
Also stacks with other special offers. Poke bowls were 50% off at Pacific poke lougheed for chicken bowls and got another 30% on top.
Jr. Member
Aug 13, 2019
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I've never spent more than $25 on these apps. No clue how you guys can spend $50+ on food delivery apps. These apps are rip off and often differ from the actual menu pricing in-store. The only time you'll catch me ordering is using SkipTheDishes coupon codes
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Jan 9, 2010
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Toronto
Redcontrollers wrote: I've never spent more than $25 on these apps. No clue how you guys can spend $50+ on food delivery apps. These apps are rip off and often differ from the actual menu pricing in-store. The only time you'll catch me ordering is using SkipTheDishes coupon codes
Order for more than one person
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john.canad wrote: can't they just turn to skip or doordash?
They can, and are doing multiple, but uber eats has the most brand recognition. I now am trying to lookup stuff on uber eats and order on the other platform. Uber is charging restaurants 30% of their total.. For what.. Bs. When door dash and skip are half that or so. We need these businesses to survive, and food industry without dine in, and liquor sales is in a whole lot of hurt. I'm a foodie, I don't want good restaurants to fail.
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Redcontrollers wrote: I've never spent more than $25 on these apps. No clue how you guys can spend $50+ on food delivery apps. These apps are rip off and often differ from the actual menu pricing in-store. The only time you'll catch me ordering is using SkipTheDishes coupon codes
Lol.. Well it's easy to stay under 25 bucks if you're single and order fast food kinda meals.. But if you're ordering actual normal restaurant food.. Appetizer.. Entree, dessert. Some sort of beverage.. For multiple people, it's easy 100 bucks in a blink, delivery, tip, services charge. Tax.. Food..
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Redcontrollers wrote: I've never spent more than $25 on these apps. No clue how you guys can spend $50+ on food delivery apps. These apps are rip off and often differ from the actual menu pricing in-store. The only time you'll catch me ordering is using SkipTheDishes coupon codes
With coupon codes like this here it makes more sense. If you choose pickup, they do not charge service fees. You need to compare with their regular menus and other apps to make sure the prices aren't inflated.

I used all 5 coupons tonight and saved about $125 in total. Paid with Amex Platinum too which has 12% cashback right now for restaurants, which Uber Eats qualifies for. You just have to know what you're doing.
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Redcontrollers wrote: I've never spent more than $25 on these apps. No clue how you guys can spend $50+ on food delivery apps. These apps are rip off and often differ from the actual menu pricing in-store. The only time you'll catch me ordering is using SkipTheDishes coupon codes
So basically, you are cheap and familyless? Because, you know, the more mouths you feed, the bigger the bill!

Ordered $50 and got the promised discount, which even after the fees and tips, was still saved a few dollars.

I don't understand what people want any of the delivery services to charge. Say they're skimming 30% but you want them to drop to 10%? Say an average order is $27, so they would essentially get $2.70 from the restaurant, of course in addition to the $0-$1.99 fee they charge the consumer. So you want a delivery company to assume all the risks, build out infrastructure, and manage and handle all the drivers, incur credit card transaction fees, and fraud, for little to no profit?
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Dec 24, 2017
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Vancouver
M@rk wrote: With coupon codes like this here it makes more sense. If you choose pickup, they do not charge service fees. You need to compare with their regular menus and other apps to make sure the prices aren't inflated.

I used all 5 coupons tonight and saved about $125 in total. Paid with Amex Platinum too which has 12% cashback right now for restaurants, which Uber Eats qualifies for. You just have to know what you're doing.
You ordered $400+ worth of food in one night ? You really know what you’re doing !
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Mar 30, 2016
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canucks4life wrote: Hmm $50 is a stretch for me remember they charge service fee percentage as well on total amount
If you order for pickup there are no fees!

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