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Free Delivery on Next 2 Orders @ UberEATS

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9299EATS

Got this code via email. I hope its not dupe.
Valid until 31st March.

Enjoy :)

Code: 9299EATS
Free Delivery on Next 2 Orders

Code: 2324EATS
$10 off to "support local businesses" - Thanks to MBix Deal

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Referral: random (2286)

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

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  • +6 votes

    Tried, no dice.
    Still love your work.

  • +5 votes

    Also try 2324EATS, $10 off to "support local businesses" Targeted too I imagine.

    • +1 vote

      this one worked for me…thanks.

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      Dumb question sorry - how do I apply the voucher code in Uber Eats (im accessing via my desktop computeR)

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        You need to do it via the app on phones for some reason the website one doesn't allow input codes

        • +2 votes

          The desktop website certainly does let you apply voucher codes. There is a "Add a promo" link just below the final green "Place Order" button.

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            @44sunsets: Ah right. I thought I could apply the voucher without having to go through the whole order placement process.

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            @44sunsets: Yep, the desktop has add promo. None of the codes worked on desktop though. I downloaded the app and got 75% off first two orders, up to $15 off. So I made an order and got $15 off. Also they had the $10 promo to add in the app automatically. But I didn't use it, as I used the $15 off instead. I would have preferred to order from my desktop, but it seems the mobile app gets the offers.

  • +1 vote

    Sorry, we're not there yet
    But we're always expanding. Try a new delivery address for a taste of Uber Eats.

    :( One day

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    $10 off worked for me :)

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    Finally got one.

  • +6 votes

    I never get any promos on my account despite me ordering heaps from it. Is there something I need to turn on in settings?

    • +11 votes

      Haha you don't get dicounts, because you order heaps. Why give a discount to someone willing to pay full price.

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      Honestly I think you answered your own question.

      I'm in the same boat as you, it seems these discount codes are never targetted at repeat customers, because uber knows they already have our business, they're designed to attract new customers in.

      Maybe making a second account for a partner or housemate would help?

      • +1 vote

        it seems these discount codes are never targetted at repeat customers

        Didn't work for me and I've made one order ever.

    • +4 votes

      Start using DoorDash and Menulog and stop using Uber Eats and you might get some love.

      DoorDash has free delivery at the moment without any targeted promo code rubbish.

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        Might just be for my area, but I tried DoorDash for the first time last week ordering from a local Nando's that normally deliver my food to me in 15 mins via UberEats.

        Took 1 hour 5 mins for my food to arrive through DoorDash, and in that process they assigned a new driver for my order 3 different times. Swore I wouldn't use them anytime soon again, so back to UberEats for now.

        Hopefully DoorDash can improve, as the competition is needed.

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          DoorDash have been very smooth for me. Maybe you just had some bad luck.

          Menulog (when their own drivers deliver) has caused me the most grief.

        • -2 votes

          How about you get your ass in a vehicle and just go get your order ? Whinger

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    Can someone confirm if pickup option only works on the Uber eats app and not the website?

    • +2 votes

      Well its ridiculous from Uber Eats as usual. Though it works on both they don't show us a 'pickup' filter on the website to make us go through the hassle or just deliver. Only at checkout you are able to choose pickup from an option hiding in delivery details

  • +13 votes

    I'm not eligible to support small business

  • +8 votes

    What a bullshit! Support local businesses with taking 35% commission from them ?

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    Got the 2 free deliveries in email but didnt get the $10 off one (it also doesn't work when I try apply)

  • +2 votes

    Once again, didn't get any discounts :(

  • +12 votes

    Ordering from Uber is not supporting local businesses. Thant's for sure.

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    How is getting $10 off going to help local business?

  • +8 votes

    Uber takes a 30-40% cut from each order, while forcing numerous restrictions on restaurants, including the same pricing whether you buy direct from them or through Uber. The claim that this is "supporting local businesses" is blatantly deceptive.

  • +1 vote

    Two years ago I tried one of these codes only to be told by the app that my area was not then serviced but would be soon. It's still telling me the same thing.

  • +2 votes

    How is a targeted offer going to support local business?

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    Didn’t work

  • -3 votes

    This is some of the most disgraceful marketing I have ever witnessed. It really does beg the question, why does Uber Eats even exist when I can look up restaurants on Google Maps, ring them and go and pick up the food or have one of their delivery drivers bring it to me for a small fee? I really hope this pandemic changes people's attitudes on a grand scale (as it already has done to me!)

  • +3 votes

    Uber Eats is not supporting small business, it is gouging small business. Disgraceful that they are taking advantage of higher demand like this. If they were truly goodwill, reduce the commission and give it back to the small business.

  • +1 vote

    It's rubbish like half the stuff it's not eligible for their delivery codes "only participated restaurants only" very limited selections

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