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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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  • Offer 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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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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everything is overpriced by 25% even if you were to order for pickup you still have to pay a premium over original cost instores.
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.
With grubhub pocketing 46% "commission" from the restaurants for deliveries and adding call through numbers to their website and apps without restaurant consent. You can't pay me to use their "service"
https://www.sfgate.com/food/artic...344204.php

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Not a great deal
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Not a great deal
How come?
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everything is overpriced by 25% even if you were to order for pickup you still have to pay a premium over original cost instores.
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everything is overpriced by 25% even if you were to order for pickup you still have to pay a premium over original cost instores.
I compared Doordash with Grubhub and they both over-charge but Doordash is even more crazier.
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any money off in life in the times of covid is a great deal. you got a better one?
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My local pizza place charges the same on grubhub. I was gonna use the amex small business offer but I will use this instead. They both take $5 off
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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.
Care to share them then?
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With grubhub pocketing 46% "commission" from the restaurants for deliveries and adding call through numbers to their website and apps without restaurant consent. You can't pay me to use their "service"
https://www.sfgate.com/food/artic...344204.php
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thanks and TU!
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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.
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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.
Wow. F grubhub
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