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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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Wow. F grubhub
incorrect information. There are different plans for grubhub. This is the high end where restaurants want to be at the top of search results for advertisement purposes. Grubhub charges much less than its competitors (Doordash and ubereats) to both consumers and restaurants.
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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!
Most places charge a Delivery Fee. If you change the tip to Zero...you will get something extra in your food.
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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.
I pick up
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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?
I do if they let me, but that stopped long ago. The only sure way to tip drivers struggling with fear is use a credit card and tip through the online system, but using gift cards is the way to have a slick deal, and there is no online tipping fields online when a gift card is entered.
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Please don't use GrubHub or Uber Eats unless you want to put your favorite restaurants out of business. Please order direct from you restaurant Grubhub puts up imposter web sites that look authentic with little or mention that it's a grubhub site so you'll unknowingly order through grubhub, and they'll pay the search engines to ensure their imposter site sorts higher in search results. They are true predators. Most restaurants get by on less than a 10% margin yet Grubhub can take 40% order for themselves leaving the restaurant receiving less for your meal than it cost for them to make it. Save your restaurant and order direct. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/0...Position=3
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Thanks, I will order directly from local restaurants
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$5 maybe covers the delivery fee.

whoopdeedoo!
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Some comments bashing Grubb Hub commission rates. Let me get this straight: 1. If restaurants thinks it's expensive, then don't use them. 2. If Grubhub adds them without consent, sue them or refuse pay any fees or commissions. If it's not my choice to be added, why add me? 3. If customers don't like paying extra, then don't use Grubhub. A business exists because it adds some benefit. If I can sell 10 dishes without Grubhub but am able to sell an additional 20 with some incremental profit, I still come out ahead. No one forced anyone to do anything, but don't just bash someone or some business because they want to make money.

Disclosure: I DO NOT WORK FOR GRUBHUB AMD NEITHER AM I AFFILIATED.
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It will cost restaurants way more than grubhub's commission to hire full time delivery drivers. Especially if there is a temporary spike in delivery demand . I don't understand why everyone is bashing food delivery. It's great if you want to pick up. But there is a legitimate demand for delivery services.
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Many restaurants reduce the amount of food shen ordered through any of these services. Last time I ordered the amount was almost half the typical amount. This is not going to help the restaurants.
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Great stack with $10+ Gold Amex grubhub benefit
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Please don't use GrubHub or Uber Eats unless you want to put your favorite restaurants out of business. Please order direct from you restaurant Grubhub puts up imposter web sites that look authentic with little or mention that it's a grubhub site so you'll unknowingly order through grubhub, and they'll pay the search engines to ensure their imposter site sorts higher in search results. They are true predators. Most restaurants get by on less than a 10% margin yet Grubhub can take 40% order for themselves leaving the restaurant receiving less for your meal than it cost for them to make it. Save your restaurant and order direct. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/0...Position=3
This isn't true at all.

I'm no shill for GrubHub, but if you're using their service as a restaurant having this landing page, which can also get you seen higher in search, is part of the package they sell you. It's not deceptive at all - only to people who don't understand how the internet of things works.
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It will cost restaurants way more than grubhub's commission to hire full time delivery drivers. Especially if there is a temporary spike in delivery demand . I don't understand why everyone is bashing food delivery. It's great if you want to pick up. But there is a legitimate demand for delivery services.
And it goes beyond laziness too.

Most people don't realize there's a mother out there who can't leave to pickup food with her child sleeping in the other room or some of the elderly/home-stricken who can now get one of their favorite meals at their doorstep, something previously unavailable.

People will bash just because they're cheap. A true SD effect if you will, with no understanding that you're paying for food AND a service.

Next they'll ask if it "Has HDMI".
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Some comments bashing Grubb Hub commission rates. Let me get this straight: 1. If restaurants thinks it's expensive, then don't use them. 2. If Grubhub adds them without consent, sue them or refuse pay any fees or commissions. If it's not my choice to be added, why add me? 3. If customers don't like paying extra, then don't use Grubhub. A business exists because it adds some benefit. If I can sell 10 dishes without Grubhub but am able to sell an additional 20 with some incremental profit, I still come out ahead. No one forced anyone to do anything, but don't just bash someone or some business because they want to make money.

Disclosure: I DO NOT WORK FOR GRUBHUB AMD NEITHER AM I AFFILIATED.
You can order for "non-affiliated" GrubHub restaurants. The drivers have a GrubHub credit card and the restaurant gets their money right, then, and there just like using any other credit card.

DoorDash has the same thing too though I think it's less prevalent.
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This isn't true at all.

I'm no shill for GrubHub, but if you're using their service as a restaurant having this landing page, which can also get you seen higher in search, is part of the package they sell you. It's not deceptive at all - only to people who don't understand how the internet of things works.
Did you read the article? FWIW, I am pretty sure I know how Internet works. Been working in Silicon Valley as an Engineer for 25 years. 4.0 in Information Systems Management out of USF. Part Way through my MS in Cyber Security @ Penn State. I got this. Did you try reading the NY Times article I provided the URL to? Perhaps you are the one who needs to be educated on the topic.
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