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15% off Next 4 Pickup Orders @ Uber Eats

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Greetings everyone, Uber Eats are running 15% off for pickup orders :)

Uber is supporting local restaurants with a 0% service fee on pickup orders.

To make it easier for you to support your local restaurant community, we're giving you up to 15% off your next 4 Pickup orders before 17 May 2020.


Maximum of $10 off total order value. Valid for use on up to 4 pickup orders only. Not available for delivery orders.
Limited to the first 70,000 users who apply the promo code on the Uber Eats app. Promo code must be entered into the Uber Eats app prior to ordering.
Expired 11:59pm AWST on 17 May 2020.

As always, enjoy!

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  • No more shared delivery, screw you Uber

  • Worked thanks

  • +20 votes

    On top of already inflated prices..

    • Yeah for a lot of places you're better of calling direct or using their own website.

      Plus they keep more of the profit.

    • ye all things but my local viet restaurant actually has same price for pork and chicken rolls so thats my goto.

    • Because those delivery service charged business 30-35% service fee, so most of them have no choice to put the price up, better to order directly to store, that will be real support.

      • I'm sick of hearing this as an excuse to not use the delivery apps. Y'all want delivery but complain about the markup it's a fact of life how else are they meant to make money.. capitalism, heard of it? Many people only find local restaurants via ubereats it is what it is

  • A code that works, great success!

  • Thanks, finally an UE code that worked!

  • +33 votes

    Why would you order via Uber eats if you are going to pick up…?

    • Especially when the prices are ripoff. I paid around $26 Uber Eats price instead of $20 restaurant price for a pickup off memory.

      I swore never to get Uber Eats pickup again. Even my local burger joint charges more for Uber Eats pickup ($15 instead of $12 off memory).

    • Might be cheaper, if so great. In addition, no surcharge for card and Uber Rewards as well.

    • I almost always do. -> Because the price is the same regardless at my usual takeaways. Easier than waiting for someone to answer the phone and can re-order with a few clicks/swipes on the app..

  • order and pickup, 10 minutes save a business and screw the high fee grabbing uber business out of business

  • In my area that basically covers the mark up compared to menulog. ubereats is a rort.

  • jacked up prices better to order over phone than uber

  • +32 votes

    I can order direct for cheaper and pick up due to inflated prices - not sure why this mode of UE even exists?

  • You sure about the 0% fee? The way they look at you when picking up the orders tells a different story

    • They're saying the 0% fee is part of the current promo / Corona easing.

      Either way they should still be polite, if they don't like the terms of of Uber Pickup they should not offer it and promote their own system.

      • So 0% fee is true? Then why is everyone complaining and even the restaurants. Some even asked me why I order via UE if I'm picking it up and told they'd give it directly at a discount

  • Uber eats takes 35% of the order value. In this case 20% after discount. McD etc get better rates.

    If you want to support your local restaurants, delete Ubereats and go to them directly.

    You can't blame restaurants for jacking their prices, what Uber do is crooked. Did you know their terms of service even say that a restaurant is not allowed to sell on their platform for more than instore? Admittedly they do not enforce it as far as I'm aware.

    For a cafe like mine, doing normal trade, I am over the moon if I clear 15% for myself as a wage. Just remember if a restaurant is using them paying 35%, someone is paying for that extortion.

    • We’re on the same boat! Screw uber and the lazy [email protected]&$ They created!

    • Except they aren't, as people have already mentioned time and time and time again that the fee is currently 0%.

      Given your 15% margin is far higher than Ubers negative margin, surely you're the greedy crook here? Why aren't you working for free!

      • I doubt they have introduced 0% pickup fee for life, have they?

        Offering 0% pickup during Corona could also be considered a marketing exercise to increase their pool of restaurants in the months to come.

        Let's see if the extravagant pickup fees are reintroduced next year. That will be the true test.

        • They obviously haven't and there's no logical reason why they should…

          Things like this always remind me how shocking the general public is with basic logical reasoning. It explains a lot about society, but it's always depressing!

          • @callum9999: People are applying logic.

            (1)They can see the higher prices on Uber Eats compared with purchasing direct. (2) They object to the commission Uber Eats may charge now or in the future. (3) Some have cited they object to the money being sent overseas by this giant multinational.

            Seems like the one lacking basic comprehension skills is you.

        • At that point I'll just stop ordering from them, but right now if I order $20 worth of food a struggling restaurant gets $20, I pay $17 and the cost comes from the idiots who bought shares in Uber. I'm fine with that.

  • Kathmandu market up price then offer a joke of a discount. No deal.

  • Holy sh*t. It worked!

  • Worked for me cheers OP!! Upvoted

  • +13 votes

    As soon as I found out uber eats takes 35% I started calling my locals directly. They basically break even on uber eats from the ones I've spoken to, so I support direct instead of sending 35% overseas.

  • If you're going to pick up, why not order directly from the restaurants to save them ubereats exorbitant fees? Probably still cheaperto buy directly.

    • I get this comment, but tbh I would not know which restaurants were in my local area if it wernt for uber eats or menulog. When you live in a high density neighbourhood with many restaurants around you ubereats and menulog help alot… let's be honest not every one knows there is 4 kebab joints next to their house… This is where menu log and ubereats are paramount to their customers

  • I don't understand the number of upvotes when you can get it cheaper bypassing Uber eats. Isn't this a bargain website?

    • Downvoted for the simple fact you don't know how many people use uber eats and want a bargain!

      • That's the whole point. Restaurants jack up their price to offset the commission.

        Even with 15% off you are better off going directly to the store for pickup.

        I thought this was a bargain website. Your username definitely doesnt checkout

  • The only thing to use this app for is seeing what's local and nearby. Call them. See if delivery is available….or just go get it. Give the business your money DIRECTLY

  • So it brings down the pickup prices to the normal price you would pay if you ordered directly with the business and didn’t use a third party app?

  • Thanks OP, would normally order direct but checking one of my local favourites and is actually cheaper with this deal.

    Worth comparing if you want a possible bargain and happy to support this if all funds are indeed going to restaurant.

    Otherwise, very reluctant to support ubereats etc if they do indeed take 30% cut from these small businesses.

  • If price is cheaper I don't see the harm in using these then switching back to ordering direct afterwards, as Uber covers discount and currently not charging business fee for pickup.

  • This is ridiculous. Call the restaurant yourself and order direct. Uber takes the same 30-40% cut of pickup orders as they do for delivery. PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BUSINESSES, NOT UBER!

    • Did you even read the OP?

      Uber is supporting local restaurants with a 0% service fee on pickup orders.

      How is that NOT supporting local business when they're getting the whole amount?

      • You can bet they’ll go back to charging their crazy fees asap. And they spend millions trying to squirm out of any responsibility to their employees. The fact they are pretending to be the good guys here is really low. But yeah, you’re right - if you only use this deal and never use ubereats again, that will help the restaurant in the short term.

        • The $0 fee lasts until 30 June currently, and they charging no fee for signing up on the platform either. I understand where you're coming from, but this seems to help those businesses that are struggling and can get some exposure for free, seems like a good gesture in the short term for me.

          I agree, in the long term the pickup option seems useless, but for now I think it's a good initiative. And this coupon allows both the customer and the restaurant to benefit.

          • @doweyy: Fair call, I’ve revoked my neg for this deal.

          • @doweyy: Just posting back here to note that Uber are the same bunch of lying cheats they always were, giving with one hand and taking with the other. Ordered at a local restaurant for pickup via Uber Eats, thinking I was helping them out, but it turns out Uber is still taking a huge cut (around 30%) out of Uber-sourced revenue. In fact they never waived their cut to begin with! They either temporarily helped out a few select restaurants, or never helped anyone but themselves. Either way they should be investigated by the ACCC.

            Please never use Uber if you have any other alternative. They are screwing over the local businesses who are already hardest hit by lockdown restrictions. I wish there was a way to make their conduct more transparent to the average consumer.

        • Ok but until then, what's the problem ?

    • The very vast majority of restaurants do not have phone numbers to call. They really have dug their own grave.

  • This is so dumb. Most places have to charge more than 15% due to Uber’s commission. If you are going to pick the order up just place it with the store directly.

  • My local restaurants are around 20% more expensive on Uber Eats compared to ordering directly. So with a 15% discount this brings them to roughly the same (approx 2% more expensive at UE). However, for pickup orders, I feel UE adds nothing of value to the transaction. I will just order directly with the store and help them out. Especially seeing I still want them to be in business after this whole thing is over.

  • Guzman
    Direct - Burrito - $9.90
    UberEats - Burrito $14.90 + $7.99 delivery fee

  • Which Melbourne restaurants have the same pricing on UE app vs direct?

  • uber eats pick up

    literally why the (profanity)…

    just call the store directly and save them from copping a huge fee from ubereats… so (profanity) stupid

    • copping a huge fee from ubereats

      Once again, read the OP. There are ZERO fees being charged for pickup orders currently.

  • There’s a few takeaway joints near me thy at doesn’t up the price on UberEats. So good value for me.
    Except the code won’t work, says “app is experiencing unusually high traffic” every time I go to input it.
    I’ll keep trying I guess

  • What's the point on this cashback? I ended up paying more anyway even after the 15%! :(

  • From an uber eats email;

    Over the coming days, we are rolling out a restaurant tipping feature that will allow you to add a $3 tip to your order.

    Seems a bit weird, why do I have to pay for the food and delivery, and top both the restaurant and delivery driver?

    They are matching it $ for $ though

    If you choose to tip, 100% of the contribution will go directly to the restaurant. In addition, we will match all tips dollar for dollar, up to a total of $1M.

    I would prefer just cheaper delivery / less service fee.

    In terms of service fees though;

    Uber Eats is supporting restaurants with a 0% service fee on Pickup orders. If you can, consider using Pickup for your next order.

    So there should be no argument about this, it is 0%.

  • At 15% off, UE prices are still 30% dearer than the menu price at my local dumpling house. So no thanks.

  • +2 votes

    Agree with others that Uber App prices can be higher than calling the restaurant directly but not in all cases… at least one in my area is relatively the same (just slightly higher), but with the 15% off and pickup, cheaper.. thanks OP - souvlaki dinner tonight :)

    Knowing WHEN to use this offer is how it will work best. May mean trying different local restaurants you may not have tried, looking up their direct prices beforehand, and with this deal expiring May 18, plenty of time to most likely find a good deal or two.

  • I am sick of the restaurants that are on UberEats and never offer any discount for dine-in or take-away customers. I would rather pay UE to get my food delivered to me. and I never pay for delivery fees.

    • If you truly believe that, I have a bridge to sell you.

      The discount is you going directly to the shop and paying their prices, instead of paying their Uber Eats prices.

  • I must be missing something, how do I filter restaurants that allow pick up?

    • It's easy on the phone app, just tap on the pick up filter at the top of the home page.

      I couldn't find a way to do it on the desktop though.

  • Just posting back here to note that Uber are the same bunch of lying cheats they always were, giving with one hand and taking with the other. Ordered at a local restaurant for pickup via Uber Eats, thinking I was helping them out, but it turns out Uber is still taking a huge cut (around 30%) out of Uber-sourced revenue. In fact they never waived their cut to begin with! They either temporarily helped out a few select restaurants, or never helped anyone but themselves. Either way they should be investigated by the ACCC.

    Please never use Uber if you have any other alternative. They are screwing over the local businesses who are already hardest hit by lockdown restrictions. I wish there was a way to make their conduct more transparent to the average consumer.