$20 off UberEATS Dine in for All Users

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I was feeling hungry so I started to try and guess some Ubereats codes.

Enjoy!

Use by Jan 1, 2023 3am

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  • +4

    Feel free to educate me, but isn't dine in at the counter cheaper?

    • +2

      Depends on the restaurant. Just order a cheap meal.

    • +18

      Probably not with $20 off ;)

    • For the restaurant

    • -1

      I think U got Proper education …from OzPeople

  • Thanks Mate

  • +1

    limited options for dine in around me but there's a few, still nice, thanks OP!

  • +1

    Doesn't work when adding to codes

    • +2

      You sure you typed correct code?

      • Yes copy and paste

        • +2

          Did you enter the code in Promotions (rather than in Wallet)?

          • @cnn: I tried and can't get it to work

          • +4

            @cnn: Okay, I got it to work, my fault I never use Uber eats

    • +2

      works fine

  • Why you need to use UberEats to pay when you dine-in?
    Can't you just pay in the register?

    • +2

      only to use this to get $20 off, if it works out cheaper than just ordering and paying in store

    • +1

      of course not, that would defeat the purpose of their dine-in feature. This is basically a $20 free food ticket, not something anyone realistically does (as you pay more compared to paying at register)

      • +5

        Just thinking from the restaurants point of view
        what's the motivations of collecting customer payment via UberEats while they can just get cash / eftpos directly?

        From memory UberEats is charging quite high service charge per order
        and this causing food listed in the UberEats app are usually more expensive than buying directly from the store

        • +3

          Come for the deals, stay for the comments.

        • +3

          Some people, like my missus can't barr the thought of calling a place and then collecting takeaway food, she would rather pay an extra couple of dollars and do it through an app then pick it up 🤷‍♂️

  • +60

    So Uber has found a way to do nothing, yet still collect 20-30% off restaurants?

    • +5

      You get all the returned food :)

    • +7

      I feel like whomever is using this aren't supporting any restaurants but just Uber

      • +7

        high likelihood whoever uses this wasnt going to use the restaurants anyway, so sort of a win-win situation all around. ubereats has bugger all selection near me so not much use

  • +10

    Looks like very very very few restaurants are participating.

    • Only shows 10 total restaurants in Adelaide offering dine in

      • +11

        Only 12 restaurants in Adelaide so that is a pretty good cross section!

    • +1

      only 1 on the Gold Coast and that's far away in Southport

  • +15

    Wow just when you thought uber couldn't get any scummier they now take a cut of dine in….. Why would any restaurant opt for this?

    • +37

      Wow just when you thought uber couldn't get any scummier they now take a cut of dine in

      I've never understood why there is a prevailing view that Uber is "scummy" or "the bad guy" and restaurants (by definition) are the good guys. I've never understood the irony of people who are happy to eat at restaurants hiring international students and paying them $7 per hour as wait staff, but then turn around and criticise Uber whilst making it out to seem that restaurants are the ones hard done by.

      You can say what you want about their commission, but it's a competitive market. As a restaurant, you can always go with alternative delivery providers, do the delivery yourself, only offer dine-in…etc. The fact that a restaurant continues to work with Uber means that it is profitable for them to do so. Yes, how much a restaurant earns from an Uber order is less than if someone were to order directly. However, it's still better than said person not ordering at all.

      On the topic of how Uber treats their drivers/riders, I've heard from many UberEats riders that riding for Uber is a much better job than working for illegal wages in the hospitality sector where wait staff are overworked and underpaid. Obviously this doesn't excuse Uber treating their employees / contractors badly, but the narrative of "Uber bad", "restaurant good" seems hardly realistic.

      • -3

        Same argument used by apple Fanbois about the App Store. doesn't mean they're not price gouging.

        restaurants hiring international students and paying them $7 per hour as wait staff,

        considering there's been bugger-all international students for nearly 2.5yrs, that claim doesn't really stack up, does it?

        but the narrative of "Uber bad", "restaurant good" seems hardly realistic.

        plenty of room for both to be bad. But remember, Uber is one single company (except for when it comes to paying taxes), but restaurants number in their 100,000's and you're taring them all with that one brush is a pretty weak and unrealistic argument. It's like saying all Aussies are loud, ignorant, drunken yobbos because you saw some after the footy or on a contiki tour. So I'm afraid it's your narrow narrative which doesn't stack up.

        • +1

          International students paying $10000 per course with 8 courses a year and making $7 an hour to make back some of the costs lol. Why the hell would you come to this country.

          • +10

            @fuzor: no, their parents are paying $10000 per course and they are making $7 per hour for themselves.

            • @derekek: You have no clue what you're talking about. that's the 1% just like from any other society. They don't slave away for those rates for fun. They do it because they have to and are driven to.

              People like you grasp on to misconceptions about international students, are happy to hold on to those echo chambers, and then go around spreading that nonsense as well. Educate yourself.

          • @fuzor: That $10k/subject means a pass, us HECS students have to study for our $5k/subject

            Why the hell would you come to this country.

            Because some fellow countrymen convinced them it's a great place to study & a guaranteed Permanent Residency at the end..their thousands in trailing commission had nothing to do with it

        • +1

          I don't really understand your logic.

          considering there's been bugger-all international students for nearly 2.5yrs

          You know there were still considerable number of international students that had been here pre-covid. From what I know (being a former intl student myself), they've been paid somewhat better due to the lack of new international students, who are usually willing to be paid lower.

          Uber is one single company

          Yeah but there are other competitors available. It's not like they have no options. Even if none of them are great, restaurant can stick to their classic business model: dine-in/take away and run their own delivery service as pointed out above

          restaurants number in their 100,000's and you're taring them all with that one brush

          That's now how I read it. I think s/he is trying to say restaurants are often pictured as the victim.

          doesn't mean they're not price gouging.

          They are running a business, not charity. Duh

          • -1

            @foxes28:

            I don't really understand your logic.

            Oh well next time I'll type a bit slower..

        • +1

          Same argument used by apple Fanbois about the App Store. doesn't mean they're not price gouging.

          The difference is that if you are an iOS developer, the App Store is the only way you can sell your product. As a restaurant, you do not have to use UberEats.

          You can think of UberEats as a supplier. You pay them some money as a restaurant, and they will provide delivery service for you. If you don't like that, you can offer delivery yourself, partner with another delivery service, or just do not do delivery at all.

          On the topic of price gouging, what exactly makes you say that?

          https://techcrunch.com/2022/02/09/uber-4q-earnings-strong-re...

          Educate yourself. It's not as if UberEats is a huge profit centre:

          "Here we can see that Uber’s ride-hailing business remains utterly supreme when it comes to the creation of margin for the company’s corporate operations to charge against. In contrast, delivery and freight-focused operations effectively canceled out one another in the quarter."

          FWIW, if anything, UberEats' current model is actually pretty unprofitable.

          considering there's been bugger-all international students for nearly 2.5yrs, that claim doesn't really stack up, does it?

          What about the ones who were already here?

          plenty of room for both to be bad. But remember, Uber is one single company (except for when it comes to paying taxes), but restaurants number in their 100,000's and you're taring them all with that one brush is a pretty weak and unrealistic argument.

          There is plenty of evidence that the industry as a whole is rife with wage theft:

          https://theconversation.com/all-these-celebrity-restaurant-w...

          "Our provisional findings confirm those of the 2018 Senate inquiry into corporate avoidance of the Fair Work Act. The inquiry’s final report cited Victorian estimates that 79% of hospitality employers did not comply with the national award wage system."

          Are you saying that 79% is not representative of the entire industry?

  • +1

    I selected dine-in at the top but every restaurant I click on says currently unavailable. Is there a way to find who IS available? There is no messages otherwise before trying to add to cart

  • +3

    Wonder if having dine in uber eats will stop some places from giving you smaller "uber eats" size takeaway servings?

  • +2

    I still don’t get how to spend this coupon.

  • +8

    cheers, that's my 2am new years day kebab sorted

  • Thanks OP, last time I checked though there were only 2 restaurants in Brisbane that offered dine in on Uber Eats App.

    • There appears to be a whopping 3 now, altho North Lakes is way out and that's where the American one is.

  • I am finding it difficult to get the website to display "dine-in" restaurants cos as soon as i breathe too loudly it changes to delivery or pickup and shows everything, not a great site for delimiting to chosen options.

    • looks like there are only three restaurants in or around brisbane city that have dine-in

  • +14

    what the heck is ubereats dine in?
    Does a driver pick u up and take you to the restaurant?

    • +1

      no, you order dine in then you go to the restaurant and … dine-in

      at least that's how it meant to work if u can find a restaurant in this hemisphere that does it

      • so why would I need ubereats to do that?

        • +3

          you wouldnt, and you would normally not use it, unless it was $20 voucher, such as here

          • +2

            @Iggemo: such a dumb service
            they are basically subsidizing meals in hopes of attracting people to use their "restaurant referral app" (which does nothing) so they can charge commision for it

            • +1

              @Overtime2000: Can I just ask for takeaway after I go to the shop after telling them of my dine in order? Lol

  • +7

    Uber dine in and get the uber experience at the restaurant. Wait for hours, cold food, missing items and complementary spit in your food.

    • +3

      And pay 30% more for the privilege.

      • And nigh on impossible to contact them if there is anything wrong with the order

  • +1

    Since it's valid till the end of the year i might wait and hope some other restaurants have this option cos really not much in Bris atm, maybe in a few months more tho?

  • Nothing showing up for me (WA). Thanks anyway!

    • -2

      First time users only anyway

      • Have you used Dine In before?

        • Coupon worked for me, just no valid vendors around me (Murdoch). If anyone finds something in WA, let me know!

          • +2

            @hypie: I can see 5 restaurants in WA.

          • +1

            @hypie: I see 14 in Perth

            The ones reasonable close are
            -Biryani House Indian Cuisine - Booragoon
            - Bad Apples - Applecross
            - Hooked and Cooked Fish and Chips - Bibra Lake
            - Ready Eddie's Cafe - Hamilton Hill
            - Bib & Tucker - North Fremantle
            - Haru Sushi N Bento - Fremantle
            - Tao - Vic Park
            - The Coffee Club - East Vic Park

        • Conditions say for new users only, I haven't used dine in before but I've used Uber Eates before, so I assume it's not valid for me.
          I'll give it a try.

          • +1

            @s66: Nah this is for new dine in users.

            Thanks for the list, that's perfect! Bad Apples and Bib and Tucker could be worth a look into.

  • I am in Parra NSW and the dine-in option shows me restaurants in Dural. Lmao…so few options available.

  • +1

    The whole point of a delivery service is for delivery?

    • +2

      Ah but they ARE still delivering something, YOUR money into THEIR pockets.

  • -1

    Conditions say "new customers"?

    • i successfully added the code since claiming the $30 new user promo

      • Added the code to "promotions" or successfully used it as NOT a new user?

  • +1

    Disgraceful

  • Who on earth would use uber eats to dine in, only two places eligible for me ones 20kms and the other 10kms 🤣, what a new low for uber

  • not a lot of selections for Perth. but might come in handy when i'm desperate for a feed

  • +7

    Went to a place in Melbourne. They said they know nothing about the deal and refused to honour the offer. (We don't do Uber Eats dine in.)

    Not sure if it's worth complaining to Uber Eats.

    • +3

      Can you please let us know which restaurant is this?

      • +2

        Raffles in Collingwood.

        • can you just take away the food?

        • I ordered first and waiting right now. Hopefully I get my food.

    • Did you pay before arriving to the restaurant ?

      • No. We did not want our food to get cold and it was asking for table number as part of the checkout.

        • +2

          I got mine just skip the table number and order it. They gave it to me as takeaway waited like 30 mins though.

          • @gottacatchemall: Which restaurant is this?

            • +1

              @Slappie: Old raffles place in Melbourne.

              • @gottacatchemall: Ta! I might give them a try.

              • @gottacatchemall: I'm kind of confued, you can use the dine-in feature and get the $20 discount, but then have it as takeaway?

                • @brendan0: Tried this last night at Old Raffles. Put in Dining In, then skipped adding table and ordered before arriving (said 15-20 minutes at the time). Went to cashier part of the restaurant, Uber order was sitting there next to other takeaway orders which I just picked up as a takeaway order. Nothing on the ticket to denote it was dining in.

  • This makes no sense lol

  • +1

    I went to the only place in my area who offered Dine In and they even had the Uber Eats code on the table to be used

  • Well I have added the code but it looks like only one restaurant in my area (or possibly all of ACT?) is participating as it only shows one restaurant and says it opens again on 7am Friday. The place is called Your Way and it’s 16km away from me in Canberra’s city

  • +5

    I ordered first then called the resto and asked them to make it takeaway. Picked up and left within 2 mins. Staff didn’t care.

  • 6 months free uber pass for anyone with Mastercard if anyone wants to post the deal

    • wats the code

      • it was a pop up in the app today, i think it used to 2 months since the last time the deal got posted it got increased,

        said due to our partnership with master card have 6 months on us,

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