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Free Delivery Promo with ING and Uber Eats for The Rest of April

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Free ubereats delivery for ING Orange Everyday and Orange One customers everyday until April 30.

Apply coupon codes on ubereats app and pay with ING card.


Mod: Want a code? Request it in the Code Request/Giveaway Megathread

No requests/codes in the comments in this deal. Only the giveaway post.

Also if you have a code, please post in the thread above, NOT here.

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Referral:  frank1989 or random (2274)

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

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    Targeted offer.

    Check emails for your unique code.

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    Love how many other versions of this deal were just a couple of minutes too late - great sharing, community effort!

  • +2 votes

    I didn't get the email but my brother gave me his UNIQUE code, and it applied to my account fine. I am with ING.

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    wait, what's the code?

    • +11 votes

      Why would they?

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        because… i have faith in human.. haha
        and… its indirectly supporting local biz… win for local biz, win for u who has nothing to lose, win for me who genuinely cant get hold of any pasta at nearby stores….

  • +7 votes

    Not received this and I hold two ING cards - maybe I have my email preferences set wrong?

    Just checked and can't see any option to opt into promotions.

    • +5 votes

      It's probably a technology thing -sending a couple of hundred thousand emails can take more than a nanosecond.

      • +1 vote

        Agreed. But I contacted them on FB and they said to ring up or contact them through my online banking - so I messaged them online.

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          Mine just came through

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          Thanks for passing that on @lukethefish - I have messaged them online too, hopefully a code comes soon!

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            @dane: Lukethefish, not sure if you got the same online banking response - but they told me to call them on 133 464. Once I confirmed who I was, and they confirmed I was targeted for the code, they were able to provide it over the phone… bring on the free uber deliveries! :)

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              @dane: I got a reply through messages and they just said that all codes were assigned and nothing they could do. No explanation as to why I missed out. Their Facebook team said all customers should have got it originally.

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    I just received. Hurray

  • +1 vote

    Is there a min spend?

  • +1 vote

    i just got the email with the code. pretty sure everyone will get it eventually.

  • +2 votes

    Be patient they are still sending. Got one 2min ago.

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    Is it too late to sign up to ING :(

  • +4 votes

    useless, my local fish and chips charges $32 for a family pack, same pack ubereats costs $45.90

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      If you compare the prices in-store vs UberEats prices for each restaurant respectively you'll see some have massively inflated prices while others are more reasonable.

    • +11 votes

      Shops have to pay 30-35℅ of that price to the parasite delivery apps.

      So that's why they mark them up.

      45.9*0.7 = 32.10

      Checks out.

      • -2 votes

        Actually your math is wrong.

        You want to do it this way

        45.9/1.3 = 35.31

        • +1 vote

          No, my math is not wrong.

          In fact, you just fell for the newb mistake.

          You don't add 30% to the initial price. You subtract 30% from the final price. And yes, they are different.

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            @random12: so your saying shops pay 30% of the final price instead of 30% of the in store price?
            If so I stand corrected.

            • +3 votes

              @so3n: Yes, the shop pays 30% of every $ in sales that goes through uber.

              So they set their prices on delivery websites such that, after you take off 30%, it matches their in store price.

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        A local Thai place jacks up prices by 20-30% on Ubereats. We went onto their website to order delivery and bypass ubereats and support the business directly.

        Prices still jacked up the same amount compared to pick up prices even on their own website, plus additional delivery fees.

        Decided not to order at all 'cause the business isn't even trying at that point.

  • +24 votes

    I uninstalled Uber eats last week.

    The prices are ~30% higher than going through restaurants directly or menu log when I compared them. Even with the discounts it's not worth it.

    The restaurants that did have the same or lower price were just packaging smaller versions of what was in their menu. ( I called to ask )

    The promo codes for free delivery don't work on half the places I tested putting orders in on.

    • +5 votes

      Not always. My locals are the same in store or on uber in most cases.

      • +15 votes

        Not sure why this was downvoted. I have experienced this with a number of restaurants, some charge more compared to ordering direct and some have smaller portion sizes for UberEats orders.

        Not all restaurants are like this, but as a regular UberEater, around my area I would say around 30% do this.

        I've actually been ubereating less during this period, the short drive to pick up takeaway is quite refreshing given we are all cooped up at home.

        • +2 votes

          I agree that uber eats can be expensive, but this is a great deal for the businesses that don't have higher prices on uber eats or those that don't have other delivery options (e.g. direct) and takeaway is not always an option.

        • +3 votes

          Maybe you did not realised that your uber driver had some of your food hence the size smaller :)
          I am a bit scared to order through uber eats now after seeing some of the footages online.

    • +3 votes

      I agree with jaimex. Ubereats is stingy or higher priced. Always better to go direct

    • +4 votes

      My area is the same. Probably 19/20 stores have their item marked up by +$2-3 and some up to +$5.

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      Yep- uber take 30% of the takings on all orders. So some restaurants choose to pass this charge on.

    • -1 vote

      So let me get this straight, you can't be bothered to go and pick food up from the restaurant, but then complain when they charge you extra for having it delivered to your door?

      • +2 votes

        Some Ozbargainers love to have the cake and eat it too..and ironically, those that fit the profile are probably quite well off too.

      • +3 votes

        They charge for the item markup and the delivery fee. Double dipping.

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        But isn't that what the delivery fee is for?
        In fact even if you select pick up option your stung by the markup

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    Will it work with PayPal tied to an ING card?

  • +1 vote

    Just got the email, was a bit late so don't lose hope if you haven't gotten it yet!

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    Both myself and my wife received emails. Thanks ING/UberEats

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    Who is the email from? ING?

    Don't think I've received many emails from them, maybe I've opted out.

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    Just got mine too!

  • -3 votes

    I received an email from ING a few days ago for research purposes as I am on their survey panel. Looks like they don't care what people actually think on the surveys and just went ahead released this anyway.

    "We’re working together to help support restaurants by bringing Orange Everyday and Orange One customers free delivery every day until April 30." - Yeah right, if they actually wanted to support local business they would partner with someone like Ritual, who guarantee no higher prices on their app compared to in store.

    Edit: Just received by email from ING a few minutes ago with my promo code.

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      What logic are you using there? If they had the same prices as in-store then the restaurant would be getting less money…

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      So you would rather they don't partner with the biggest delivery service in Australia because you say so? Who you think u are! I would say the other 260 people who upvoted this deal don't agree with you at all. As an ING customer I'm very happy they did this and will order from my local restaurants. All I can say is thank God they didn't listen to you!

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      Nice sentiment. But most of Australia isn't covered by Ritual, so they would be excluding a lot of their customers.

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    Just got mine too.

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    Thanks I got a code in my email, my previous 100 free deliveries promotion was about to expire on April 7th.

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    I’ve banked with ing for years. No code for me though…

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    Just got mine too! Thanks ING

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    Just got mine now.

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    Targeted???

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    Check your spam folders if you haven't. Found mine there.

  • +2 votes

    Most of my local restaurants appear to charge around $4 extra for Uber Eats for a main course than their own takeaway price. Most have free delivery over a certain amount as well.

  • +3 votes

    Never got the email and I have lots of services with them :(

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      You are not missing out much, don't worry.
      Just checked all the places around me, all have inflated prices. Would rather walk 10 minutes to there than pay the prices on Uber Eats.

  • +2 votes

    Been with ING orange everyday since August 2017…no email :(

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    I found mine, check your Junk/Spam box!

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    Will this stack with other codes and deals?

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    Still waiting for my code. Been with ING for years.

  • +1 vote

    FYI:

    If you are an Orange Everyday or Orange One customer who has opted in to receiving information about promotions or special offers from ING, you will receive one Uber Eats promo code.

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      I got the code e-mailed to me by ING and applied it successfully. However the ubereats app isn't saving my ING Debit card for some reason. It see's it as a Visa card but then it's never there for me to choose, frustrating.

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    Anyone yet to receive their code? Haven't got one yet >.<

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    I tried to apply the code today. Wouldn’t work.
    Got it to work. Need to add the Ing card details first into payment methods. Then the delivery fee will be taken off.

  • +2 votes

    If you’re like me and unsubscribed from ING’s promotional emails, try calling them and seeing if they’ll give you a code. I never got an email, but called them and they told me only people on a certain target list got it. They checked and my email was on the target list so gave me my code over the phone :)

    • +1 vote

      Thanks James, I'd messaged them via online banking and also got advice to call. A relatively quick call and I now have a code too! :)

    • +1 vote

      I had success with this as well - they found the spreadsheet! took them 10 minutes - but very happy to get it!

  • +1 vote

    had my first non-delivery UE order. dodgy UE partner.

    bought a bubble tea $6.20 with $7.99 delivery fee.

    got refunded the $6.20 and $7.99 as a voucher to use.

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    Have just received my email.

  • +1 vote

    Got the ING code - Once the code is applied to your account, does any card work (E.g. amex) or will it only work with ING cards?

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    Just called up and got my code! Was never sent to my email

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    would love a code pls :) cheers in advance

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    Would like a code please thanks in advance :)

  • +1 vote

    Bought a hash brown from MacDonalds today priced at $2.60. Using ShopBack, with 50 cents cashback, I have had this delivered effectively for $2.10, which is 10 cents cheaper than driving down to my nearest Maccas to collect. Anyone else with similar stories? Great deal, thanks OP.

    • +1 vote

      Yeah a couple of times I have ordering minimum chips from my local chip shop one of the few places in our region that have uber eats prices that match walk in prices. Also used it to get some milk.. would be nice if ING extended

  • +1 vote

    Used it four times after never using uber eats before… With free delivery, it is a good deal if you can find places that haven't put their prices up to take into account the uber cut

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