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50% off Participating Italian/Pizza Restaurants ($20 Max Discount) @ Uber Eats

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Day 8 of the Uber Eats 'Food Fest' is for participating Italian restaurants.

50% off Italian Restaurants (excluding delivery fee, max discount $20 off) until 11:59pm 25/6/2020. Delivery fee applies.

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  • -3 votes

    Well prepare for another round of price jacking by a convenient 50%.

    Here is a "$40" pepperoni pizza for $20.

    • +2 votes

      You need to search better, plenty of restaurants on UE with minor price hikes. My local is $18 13" supreme on UE, $17 if I call up.

    • +15 votes

      Do you have any proof of price jacking?

      You do realise that resturaunts have always increased their prices on delivery services because they take a massive cut?

      • -6 votes

        It's against Uber Eats policy to have a different price in store compared to listed on Uber Eats, I recommend reporting any stores you notice price jacking for any reason.

        • +3 votes

          And what good does that do for small businesses trying to stay float ? Uber takes a 35% commission so just think about it…

        • +1 vote

          How do McDonald's get away with it then?

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          subway does it. Charge 2 dollars more than instore

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          lol, everything on Uber Eats is more expensive than in store…

    • +1 vote

      Dumplings plus actually reduced their 10-Pack pan fried dumplings from $14 to $11 yesterday even though they participated in the 50% Chinese..

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        I was surprised too and ended up ordering with them. Not that there were many participating restaurants in my area, but a discount on pan fried pork dumplings was a nice bonus.

      • +2 votes

        Restaurants don't choose to participate in this deal, they aren't even notified. It's possible Dumplings Plus didn't know they were included and planned to reduce the price anyway, but story has it that quite a few restaurants once they noticed they were selected did increase prices.

    • +1 vote

      I have been ordering pick-up from the restaurants I usually dine at since this promotion started. I'm familiar with their prices and there's no price jacking so far.

      Maybe you need to revise your options if you're experiencing price hikes.

  • +9 votes

    I have a dream- 2020 Uber eats edition:

    I have a dream that one day I will order uber eats and the store wouldn't jack the prices making the promotion useless

    I have a dream that one day when I'm trying to get use of a promotion, my neighbours order from the same store so I get free delivery as well.

    I have a dream

    I have a dream that one day the order would arrive on time

    I have a dream

    • -2 votes

      Do you have any proof of price jacking?
      Maybe you should pick up your own food?

    • +3 votes

      Uber takes 25%-30% of revenue from restaurants. Many have to increase prices to remain viable.

      You could always talk to your neighbours and do a group order.

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      I have a dream that one day when I'm trying to get use of a promotion, my neighbours order from the same store so I get free delivery as well.

      How do you do shared delivery?

  • +7 votes

    SUPPORTLOCALITALY - Valid only in VIC and TAS
    ITALYSUPPORTLOCAL - Valid only in WA and SA

    What about the others?

    • +1 vote

      What about the others?

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        should protest "NSW&QLD tummies matter"

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          third corona wave immemient

  • -1 vote

    First code valid in VIC & TAS, Second one in WA & SA as per the offer terms.
    No love for NSW

    • +14 votes

      SUPPORTITALYLOCAL: QLD / NT / NSW / ACT

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        Works for me, thanks!

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        Legend

      • +1 vote

        This! OP should add it in the post.

        • +6 votes

          Per Comment from link above: “Uber is funding this promo out of a huge "local business support" fund they created to try and fend off negative publicity for refusing to reduce their 30% cut on delivery orders. It also specifically says in the promo description on the website (which it would be illegal to lie in…) "Uber Eats will cover the daily deal"”

      • +11 votes

        Hallo? Is this the moral police?

        I'm sick and tired of people complaining about uber eats. Don't like it? Don't use it! Nobody forced the restaurants to use it. Nobody forced you to use it. If there are people are happy to pay the 30% surcharge, so be it. Who are you to dictate what others do with their money?

        • +4 votes

          Many are not aware of just how steep a commission UE takes, though covid has helped educate more on this.

          When I've asked food places (northern suburbs of Melbourne) which delivery services they're signed up to and which takes the least from them, they've named several but lamented most orders cancel out as too few drivers, UE was more likely to complete. Damned if do or don't type scenario. I just rang direct to order and picked up instead.

          • +1 vote

            @barenesscessities: Who takes the least? I use DoorDash primarily now because I heard they are the 'best' out of the bunch.

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              @Plasma: Should we also consider employment? So many more Delivery drivers around and i dont think its due to increased covid demand.

            • +3 votes

              @Plasma: DoorDash are absolutely not the best at all. They're as predatory as Uber, in fact they're even worse to their delivery couriers. In the US, they got smacked down for reducing the pay to their couriers by any amount a customer tipped, so any tip to a courier was effectively stolen by DoorDash! In Australia, at least, tipping is not an option.

              Right now until 30th June, if you're picking up, use Uber Eats with one of the daily coupons. Uber is paying for the 50% discount (so it's as if you paid full price) and the restaurant is not charged a service fee (pickup only, 30% for delivery) so they're not even eating credit card charges.

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              @Plasma: 2 I found who are more hospitality industry friendly:
              Mr Yum (www.mryum.com)

              4.5% [fee] per order.
              No upfront costs or lock-in contracts. Includes GST, all payment/merchant fees, all SMS costs and unlimited customer service. Volume and group pricing available.

              Fair feed (fairfeed.com.au)

              Cooked Fresh & Ready to Heat. Working with local restaurants and chefs to produce delicious ready-to-heat meals.
              Collect from 256 Glen Eira Rd, Elsternwick or have your meals delivered to you. $10 from each delivery goes directly to FairFeed team members who’ve lost their jobs due to COVID-19.

              Kyanar is absolutely correct on Door Dash's dodginess in USA

              Hospitality industry friends have said ordering direct via food place's own site/phone and pick up is best for them, as able

          • +3 votes

            @barenesscessities: This, I only discovered how much of an increase the menus are on Uber eats vs in store during this weeks deals. Twice I did pick up and both times the in store menu as opposed to Uber eats menu prices were vastly different. 50% off and picking up still gives you a small discount but anything lower or if you get delivery then not as worth it

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              @lonewolf: I had the ING card April offer of UE free delivery (unsure if UE or food place absorbed this discount).
              I also found most places had a price hiked (and diminished) UE menu.
              Didn't end up taking advantage of the UE free delivery at all! Ordered direct and picked up - even just to breathe a different patch of outdoor air for that moment.
              Regretted not making a maccas order at least though - I reckon they would have survived 😏

  • +5 votes

    VIC/TAS : SUPPORTLOCALITALY

    NSW/ACT/NT/QLD : SUPPORTITALYLOCAL

    WA/SA : ITALYSUPPORTLOCAL

  • +13 votes

    Under Italian.. I have the choice of local owned amazing Italian chain "Subway-eat fresh" restaurant

  • +1 vote

    Is this discount paid for by uber eats or the restaurant?

  • +5 votes

    I checked the Chinese yesterday, between price jacking and delivery fee the was no significant savings.

  • +3 votes

    Had a good deal yesterday for the only participating Chinese restaurant within 5km of me, paid $14 for 2 boxes of food, one Chicken Pad Thai and One Special Fried Rice, both tasted awesome and box was filled to the top. Probs one of the rare times I have been incredibly satisfied with a deal.

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    Bene grazie

  • +2 votes

    Is it just me or is the app really broken?

    • +1 vote

      It is a little fiddly, just need to restart the app if it acts up.

      Great deal, pre-ordered for Tuesday from a local pizza place been meaning to try. Prices only $1 more than their normal menu prices so great deal!

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        So you can get the 50% off if pay today and get it another day?

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          i am pending a chinese meal from yesterday, delivering at 530pm tonight, will update if they can!

        • +1 vote

          I noticed that UE only completes the payment once the order is completed (delivered or pick up), so technically not paid today although the order went through and is "confirmed". Hopefully mooreshady below can confirm it works once dinner is successfully delivered.

          • +2 votes

            @Craze: i can confirm it works.

            I ordered chinese food yesterday for delivery today.

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              @mooreshady: Awesome, thanks for confirming! Granted mine is a few days later, hopefully UE or the restaurant doesn't cancel it!

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                @Craze: i also doing the same for the next few days promo. so fingers-crossed! i order for next week tues

  • +1 vote

    I’ve tried 3 different restaurants, placed order and it popped up says that place is closing shop.
    Does this mean they’re not open at all or ?

    I did both schedule and pickup for 7 pm

    Any thoughts?

  • +1 vote

    Nothing about support local about it. Same deal like last year where 50% was off on checkout.

  • -1 vote

    I only ever end up with like 2 or 3 options and they are generally the pretty crap places :( Clickbait

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      I wouldn’t call it clickbait, plenty of options around me, and others are having the same experience based on comments on previous deals.

  • +1 vote

    How do we see the participating restaurants?

    There is a specific italian restaurant I want to order from but not sure how to check if its doing the 50% off or not.

    • +2 votes

      Add the code in the Promotion screen for Uber eats.

      If the store is open the 50% offer will show in purple at the bottom of the screen of the menu when open the restaurant.

      If it's closed or unavailable right now you can't check until it's open. Usually if the restaurant is in the banner (front page of Uber Eats), the restaurant will run the offer.

  • +2 votes

    One of my locals have changed their chicken parmi from $17.95 to $29.95. I'm not fussed but are they allowed to Jack like that?

    I can't comment on other menu prices because I've never ordered anything else, but $16.95 for bruschetta?

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      Can you confirm whether that is the price in store?

      "Price jacking" is only allowed if the price is also increased in store.

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      resisting impulse to downvote for 'parmi'

      But really yeah thats a huge price jack, and with how the deal works they aren't even losing any of this 50%, so they are really going for the money there.

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    I do not know why. Ops I have already use the code which I have not used? How to contact them?

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    Ordered two massive kebabs for $14.Family lunch sorted #stayhome

  • +2 votes

    There's a lot of people who seem very concerned about the 30% cut Uber is taking but are too lazy to call the restaurants in question to cut out the middleman.

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    Thanks OP, got a deal with 2x large pizzas, g bread and a drink for under $20 delivered!

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    If I get a neighbour to order from the same store, how do we activate shared delivery?

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    I did part of an order to see if the code works, waited a little while then went back to add more tot he order and now it is saying not available

  • +1 vote

    Wow the cheapest place i can order from wants $25 for a small pizza or $33 for a large + $8 for delivery, tell em he's dreaming!

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    Can anyone confirm the full value of UE gift cards must be used in one transaction? i.e. if my total is $18 but I use a $20 gift card I won't be able to use $2 in another transaction?

    • +1 vote

      nope it doesn't have to be used at once, all credit is tied to that account and is prioritised once activated

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        Ah cool thanks! I read in T&C that "no change will be given" so wasn't sure

  • -2 votes

    Ordered a pizza and got a great pick up deal, thanks OP.

    The shop was interesting. "Just so you know, give us a call next time as its easier. Uber takes 35%"

    But I still paid less with this deal then the shop gets, and the App is so cool, I reckon its easier and better on UE, and the shop got a customer because of UE and gave the shop a little more money. Maybe Ill place another UE order tomorrow at this shop.

    • +1 vote

      the shop got a customer because of UE

      I agree with this part. I tried a nearby restaurant that I wouldn't have ordered from if it weren't for this promotion. Food was really great so I'll be ordering from them again, but will place future orders directly with the restaurant to support them.

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    Ok i know this is contentious but I feel most people will just choose what ends up cheaper. If you can find an Italian ike i did which charges normal prices without price jacking, i got a marinara pasta and a pizza, both normal portions for $20 all up after the max $20 discount. Goes both ways, restaurants can't be on UberEats but don't want orders from it just cuz Uber takes their cut.

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    Ordered a pizza and the restaurant cancelled, now the code doesn't work for any other restaurant. Any ideas?
    Nvm, seems that restaurant wasn't part of the promo

  • +2 votes

    wow.. was just loosing some weight and now this

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    Bellissimo