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Uber Eats Free Delivery with MasterCard on up to Four Orders

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UBEREATSMC

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Score free delivery on your next four orders.

Hi Powerhammer,

When you order using the Uber Eats app this month, Mastercard will cover your delivery fee on up to four orders.

Just add and pay with a Mastercard using the promo code below to get your delivery fee covered.

Here's how:
1. Open the Uber Eats app and select 'Payment' from the menu
2. Add a Mastercard as a new payment method
3. Enter the promo code UBEREATSMC

Make sure you've applied the promo code and have your Mastercard selected as your payment method – then just place your order and your delivery fee will be covered, thanks to Mastercard

Terms & Conditions: Intended users only. An amount equivalent to the delivery fee will be deducted from your total order value as a promotion. Promo code must be entered into the Uber Eats app prior to ordering. Valid on a maximum of four orders placed via the Uber Eats app. Valid only when paying directly with a Mastercard. Promotion does not apply to orders where payment is made through a third party establishment or payment processor (eg, PayPal or Apple Pay). Valid only in Australia where Uber Eats is available. Expires 23:59 AWST Friday 31st May, 2019.

The products and services purchased to enter this Promotion are provided solely by independent third parties that use the Uber platform, and Mastercard accepts no liability whatsoever in connection with such products and services.

Hopefully stacks with $5 off from this deal: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/454499

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$10-$15 credit for both referrer and referee. Cannot be stacked with new user signup codes.

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  • +2 votes

    Quicker than me for 39secs LOL. Anyway thanks OP

  • +2 votes

    of course they don't include me since ive ordred 10 times in 2 months

    and definitely not the 20off50au

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    targeted

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    Targetted

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    not valid for me

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    Worked for me thanks op

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    Not valid.

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    Targeted.

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    Targeted.

  • +2 votes

    I think ubereats hates me after ordering that single free coffee from 15km away.

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      that's an expensive coffee lol

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        likely lukewarm too

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    Worked for me. Ty OP

  • +3 votes

    Uber is so rich can’t they one just give like $10 to existing member, all the other food apps are more nice and they are smaller companies

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      • +4 votes

        It's a criminal scumbag founded by a douchebag.

      • +1 vote

        Not sure if you read your own article. But this quote probably answers your own question.

        “Uber plans to sell around $US10 billion worth of stock at a valuation of between $US90 billion and $100 billion.”

        If you can be valued at those figures it’s hard to not call them rich.

        Remember amazon hardly makes a profit, but no one argues that the major owner Jeff Bezo isn’t rich.

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          Hardly? Amazon made 3.6 billion dollars in profit just in the first quarter of 2019.

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            @F-22: Only recently turning a profit. Look back a few more years for the bigger picture.

            But good to see you have no issues with anything I said about Uber.

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              @cloudy: So you're talking about "future" value possibilities and "past" profits but i'm the crazy one?

              I'm talking about RIGHT now.

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                @F-22: Wait what? I’m not talking about any of that garbage you just said. Ones market value is ones wealth, present value wealth; ie right NOW.

                Ones wealth is generally what considers them rich or not.

                Uber and amazon are both valued in the multi billions and therefore considered rich.

                You are saying amazon is rich (presumably) but Uber is not rich.

                So therefore, in your words, not mine, you are crazy.

                End of logical discussion thanks

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                  @cloudy: You throw out false figures and claims and now that you look silly you want to say end of discussion? haha

                  When your company is not making profit you don't throw away $10 vouchers to people for no reason, whether you are valued highly or not.

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              @cloudy: Also, not sure where you're getting your facts about Amazon just turning a profit. https://www.marketwatch.com/investing/stock/amzn/financials

      • +3 votes

        I don’t really know how Uber’s books are going but I would still be hesitant to think that the core business at least isn’t extremely profitable.

        They don’t even have many expenses. They don’t own the restaurants, they don’t own the cars, they just skim the profit off the top. There’s no way they DONT make bank.

        Any article, statement, or press release saying otherwise is very probably manipulating the facts. For example: not reflecting on their massive investments (automated cars, point to point aircrafts.)

        Their tax sheets definitely manipulate the facts. Every single country running Uber at a “loss” but all of their expenses are “service fees” to the mothership? Please. That’s not a loss. That’s funnelling profit offshore.

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            @F-22: That article makes no mention of whether costs in new venture is capitalised or expensed or if there are seasonality in the Q2 of Uber ( which ride sharing is seasonal) or make mention that not all costs expenses expensed according to IIRC is related to the business or operation, ie costs of exploring floatation, paying out CEO for misdeeds, etc

            Such a lame mans article that doesn’t look into the economics of Uber.

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    Didnt work on existing account

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    Targeted

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    Did not work for me.

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      So you gave it an upvote? Makes sense.

      • +3 votes

        Others are reporting it worked for them. So it is a bargain?

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          Not for you it isn't.

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            @nurries: So someone goes into a shop and gets a brand new phone say an iPhone which is worth $2000 and that particular shop is offering it for $500 for the first 50 people and your mates tell you about it. You never got it because it sold out or it’s in another state from you would you say “nah that’s not a bargain!!”?

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    Targeted

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    Who was this targeted to? Tried on 2 diff accounts and it didn’t allow either.

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      I got this email to one of my account which I last used few weeks ago.

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    Works for me. And I use Visa for payment normally lol. Expires 1st June

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    Nice one Mastercard rep

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    Received the email, and added the promo to my account successfully.
    Don’t have a MC though. Has anyone ordered with a Visa successfully with the code?

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      Doesn't work. Choose Visa pay option promotion doesn't apply, change to MasterCard it applies. Change back to Visa it goes a away again.

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    Can we stack with $5 coupon deal from facebook?

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      Nope

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    Code sounded like uber eats McDonald's

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    I got the email I feel loved

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    I already have a mastercard as payment card but the code doesn't work :-( :-(

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    Worked for me - had visa as payment option before

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    Code worked but what happens if we pay with Visa?

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      Doesn’t work

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    Worked thanks!

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    Haven't used UberEats for ages yet didn't work for me

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    Thanks, worked for me - Westpac Mastercard