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Grubhub offers $5 Off Your Next Two Orders of $15+ when you apply promo code 5SLICK2 at checkout. Delivery and other fees may apply and vary depending on the restaurant. Thanks rsvpd
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GrubHub [grubhub.com] has $5 off your next 2 orders of $15+ when you apply 5SLICK2. Valid through 8/1/20 at 01:59 AM CDT Or while supplies last.

Offer limited to 2 usage(s) per diner. Cannot be combined with other discounts or cash. Order must be $15.00, before tax, tip and fees. Not valid on Grubhub for Work, Seamless Corporate, Eat24 or any other affiliated service.
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good promo
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any money off in life in the times of covid is a great deal. you got a better one?
Our most popular Covid delivered food slick deal is Dominoes Pizza $5.99 3-topping (or if 2 meats, 2 topping) pizzas. for each member of the family. Even though they are outside of the neighborhood, they still deliver to my address.

The only pizza in my neighborhood is two gormet places that start at $20 per cheese pizza which have no flavor.

Dominoes is purchased with discounted gift cards with Dominoes drivers not accepting a tip because of no-touch Covid infection fears, and every 7th pizza is free.
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Please please please, when possible call your favorite restaurant to arrange for pick up instead of using grubhub. These services take so much of a restaurant's slim profits. If the place can't afford to hire a driver then grubhub is a necessary evil, but if you can, support your restaurant directly instead of going through a third party.
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Drive and pick up the food best deal everyday. Many of these places can do curb side pick up if you just call in. Deal isnt as good as the $10 of $15 which is worth. 5 off of 15 isnt that slick i have 10 of 30 offers i dont even bother to use.
i ain't picking anything up dude. good luck.

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Our most popular Covid delivered food slick deal is Dominoes Pizza $5.99 3-topping (or if 2 meats, 2 topping) pizzas. for each member of the family. Even though they are outside of the neighborhood, they still deliver to my address.

The only pizza in my neighborhood is two gormet places that start at $20 per cheese pizza which have no flavor.

Dominoes is purchased with discounted gift cards with Dominoes drivers not accepting a tip because of no-touch Covid infection fears, and every 7th pizza is free.
we dont consider that pizza.
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i ain't picking anything up dude. good luck.
Good luck might as well not order. When you do curbside pick up you reduce risk of delivery driver being a mode of transmission. Delivery drivers have higher chance of giving covid then the person making your food anyways if you are ordering food that person making it will still be a risk factor so minimizing it by one less person is better then adding another to the equation. i got a masters in epi
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Be aware that ordering through grubhub does not support your local restaurants during these challenging times. Grubhub takes 38% of the purchase price from the restaurant—that's in addition to all the extra fees they charge. Grubhub makes money off the backs of the local businesses. Order directly from the business for the best prices and to do the most good.
Local restaurants can price their menu on the GrubHub app as they choose. Many will markup the costs themselves to make up for the commission taken out.

The delivery service does not set the price themselves.
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This is really good for people who have the Amex gold card. If you haven't used the 10 dollar monthly credit yet for June, you can get two meals for free (June/July) and just pay tax.
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Good luck might as well not order. When you do curbside pick up you reduce risk of delivery driver being a mode of transmission. Delivery drivers have higher chance of giving covid then the person making your food anyways if you are ordering food that person making it will still be a risk factor so minimizing it by one less person is better then adding another to the equation. i got a masters in epi
The cook usually isn't the person to hand you your food in person. Also, you can avoid the face to face interaction with the delivery driver if you choose. Neither pose much of a risk if the exchange is made outdoors, with masks, and in a short time frame. I don't have a master's in epi, but that's what I'm hearing consistently from the experts.
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Local restaurants can price their menu on the GrubHub app as they choose. Many will markup the costs themselves to make up for the commission taken out.

The delivery service does not set the price themselves.
You are right, but it creates a real dilemma for restaurant owners. Do I want to have inflated prices out there (by 30-40% to cover grubhub fees) for people to see? Will that hurt my in-person sales? If I put my menu online will customers understand why there are 2 sets of prices?
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You are right, but it creates a real dilemma for restaurant owners. Do I want to have inflated prices out there (by 30-40% to cover grubhub fees) for people to see? Will that hurt my in-person sales? If I put my menu online will customers understand why there are 2 sets of prices?
Similarly... Apple App Store takes 30% of purchases. Tinder inflates in-app prices for iOS users to make up for it. By going to their website, you can pay a lower price. Apple doesn't allow them to inform users that a lower price can be had elsewhere.
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Order direct from your restaurant if possible. That's a slick deal 😂
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p/u ok?
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Our most popular Covid delivered food slick deal is Dominoes Pizza $5.99 3-topping (or if 2 meats, 2 topping) pizzas. for each member of the family. Even though they are outside of the neighborhood, they still deliver to my address.

The only pizza in my neighborhood is two gormet places that start at $20 per cheese pizza which have no flavor.

Dominoes is purchased with discounted gift cards with Dominoes drivers not accepting a tip because of no-touch Covid infection fears, and every 7th pizza is free.
Well, you don't hide your depravity I'll give you that. So you don't tip minimum wage workers putting their lives on the line to bring you food?
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TENGHMAY20 is 10 off 15, just make a new account every time. Mitigate cost and change tip to zero. Use a place with free delivery. Compare prices to places on site menu. Save money!
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How come?
Here is how come. Once you add $15 to your cart....they expect you pay a $6.99 "Delivery fee". On top of that...you are expected to "Tip" the driver 20%. So even after your $5 "Discount" you will still be paying $30 for 1 meal.
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