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Uber Eats is offering $10 Off Any Starbucks Items when you apply promo code MERRY10, LUCYHALE, or SABRINA10 (check to see which code applies on your end). Delivery/service/tax fees will apply. Thanks Shkotecha & scdiamond

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Simply add any amount of Starbucks items to your UberEATS cart and you'll see $10 come off at checkout.

Still have to pay the service fee, tax, and tip for delivery.

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Thats fine take the food, get a better job. Its not hard to do a charge back. Ubereats is a great company to work for charge 6$ in service fees and upcharge food and expect people to tip drivers so they dont have to pay them. My logic is people who bring food dont deserve the tip, might as well tip everyone down the supply chain for an overprice drink. how much does coffee cost to make?laugh out loud

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You deserve slickdeals I suppose. If you live in America and don't believe in tips, then go back to Japan. Differrent countries have different cultures and tipping is a huge part of American culture You either accept it, or don't use services where tipping is the norm, less you be considered a cheapskate and potentially ruining the employees' day. Individuals like myself who rely on tips wouldn't take said jobs if tips didn't exist.

Also, how can you be Japanese and still use this logic? Japanese people are supposed to he smart and have honor and a shred of decency.

Also, comparing receiving tips in a tipping industry vs receiving tips for saving peoples lives...I doubt you're even in healthcare as your personality and logic are clearly not selfless.

If I ever deliver your Uber Eats order and you don't tip me because you dont believe in it vs not being able to afford it/poor service, imma treat myself to a free meal because you conveniently won't have answered and your address was too hard to find 😂
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I really don't use Uber eats much but when I tested last night it appeared to work but I didn't order, was waiting for morning. Now when I check it says no couriers nearby. Never seen that in door dash or grub hub, is that message a normal thing?
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Just got my starbucks order this morning. Selected 8:30-9 am delivery and got it right at 8:31! had a great driver and tipped him extra!
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Great post OP!

I tried it this morning. Order was submitted fine and picked up by "Tyler", and he even drove to my neighborhood (per their map). Then he sat 3 streets away for 30+ minutes and never responded to messages asking if he needed any help finding my house. I had to chat with support and cancel the order 4 minutes after the "latest arrival time". I'm bummed. I hope the dude is ok though. I'm stuck at home and can't even go check on the guy.
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Quote from FrozENFyRe :
You deserve slickdeals I suppose. If you live in America and don't believe in tips, then go back to Japan. Differrent countries have different cultures and tipping is a huge part of American culture You either accept it, or don't use services where tipping is the norm, less you be considered a cheapskate and potentially ruining the employees' day. Individuals like myself who rely on tips wouldn't take said jobs if tips didn't exist.

Also, how can you be Japanese and still use this logic? Japanese people are supposed to he smart and have honor and a shred of decency.

Also, comparing receiving tips in a tipping industry vs receiving tips for saving peoples lives...I doubt you're even in healthcare as your personality and logic are clearly not selfless.

If I ever deliver your Uber Eats order and you don't tip me because you dont believe in it vs not being able to afford it/poor service, imma treat myself to a free meal because you conveniently won't have answered and your address was too hard to find 😂
the tipping culture is garbage. corporations putting the burden of their employees pay on the consumer. if I could go live in a japan, I''d leave yesterday. Tipping needs to be abolished everywhere.
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the tipping culture is garbage. corporations putting the burden of their employees pay on the consumer. if I could go live in a japan, I''d leave yesterday. Tipping needs to be abolished everywhere.
Yeah, you are right about that. Tipping culture is trash. It literally incentivizes companies to pay people less and have customers and lowe paid workers fight over the spoils.
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Not working nyc.
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A very important note: none of these delivery companies have any idea if the prices on their app menus are any different than what is on the menu in the restaurant. I have friends who work in (and even run) restaurants that use these services, and the restaurants have 100% control over what prices are; it's up to them if they want to increase them to offset the fees. In my experience, most do. Frankly, if you're going to get angry at anyone for not telling you the prices are different, it should probably be the restaurant.

As someone who does pickup almost exclusively when I use these apps, the difference is usually $0.50-1.00 for <$15 items, with some outliers both ways. At least with Caviar/DashPass, separate service fees aren't charged for pickup orders. As a consumer, the experience of ordering via app is significantly better than via phone (especially not having to do point of sale contact during COVID), so I'm fine paying the small premium, but get why others wouldn't be.

I'm a little confused why people would think a service/delivery fee would go to the driver or restaurant. The closest traditional analogy to these companies would probably be the market for concert/event tickets. Ticketmaster (and similar companies) act as intermediaries between venues and consumers. Venues pay them a base fee and charge customers a service fee on top of the base price of every ticket so they don't have to maintain all the infrastructure to track/sell tickets, just as UberEats/Caviar/DashPass provide a turn-key delivery service with a similar fee structure. I think it's pretty common knowledge among people I know that their concert ticket's service fee is going to Ticketmaster, not the venue/artist, so I'd expect the same for food delivery services, especially since the fee is only applied to orders placed through those apps.

It probably sounds like I'm a shill, but I'm just an amateur economists who occasionally gets confused why and at whom people get angry when the terms of a given situation seem pretty clear to me.
I checked a few restaurants in my area. The price on UberEats is increased on every item. You can check the restaurant's online menu if it has prices (or call the restaurant and ask the prices of items you want) vs. the price on UberEats.

As I said, UberEats is being deliberately misleading by labeling the fee a "Service Fee" - that makes it sound like it goes either to the driver or to the people at the restaurant who prepare your food. They could have called it a "fee" or an "uber fee" which would have been less confusing. They also could provide a clear explanation on their website as to where this fee goes. They do neither of these things.
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Yeah it seems like after all the delivery fees it's almost just regular price
But...that's still a discount? Imagine getting charged the same amount to have it delivered lmao
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I checked a few restaurants in my area. The price on UberEats is increased on every item. You can check the restaurant's online menu if it has prices (or call the restaurant and ask the prices of items you want) vs. the price on UberEats.

As I said, UberEats is being deliberately misleading by labeling the fee a "Service Fee" - that makes it sound like it goes either to the driver or to the people at the restaurant who prepare your food. They could have called it a "fee" or an "uber fee" which would have been less confusing. They also could provide a clear explanation on their website as to where this fee goes. They do neither of these things.
Doordash does the same thing too. :/

The item price is usually a couple dollars extra than the actual price in my area and on top of that there's the "service fee" which also makes no sense! Those apps need to be more transparent about their pricing. I don't mind paying extra (as I do know that it's going to be more expensive to get it delivered to you rather than picking the item up yourself) but I'd like to know exactly what I'm paying for and to whom!
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Thats fine take the food, get a better job. Its not hard to do a charge back. Ubereats is a great company to work for charge 6$ in service fees and upcharge food and expect people to tip drivers so they dont have to pay them. My logic is people who bring food dont deserve the tip, might as well tip everyone down the supply chain for an overprice drink. how much does coffee cost to make?laugh out loud
Your logic is people who bring food dont deserve the tip? You sit on your butt in the convenience of your own home, clearly too lazy to drive/unwilling to drive because of Pandemic, and you think the UberEats driver who is putting his health at risk picking up YOUR FOOD doesnt deserve a tip? Lol bro, you are cancer.
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the tipping culture is garbage. corporations putting the burden of their employees pay on the consumer. if I could go live in a japan, I''d leave yesterday. Tipping needs to be abolished everywhere.
I'm not here to debate whether or not I agree with it, just here to point out that it DOES exist and won't be going away anytime soon. Therefore, either put up with it, or don't utilize delivery services/eat out where you are waited on.
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I ordered a drink and few bakery items this evening. Driver dropped my food at the apartment's office after closing hours. Instructions were to meet at the door so I had my mask on. I get the message "at office" and boom order delivered. I called few times but it went straight to the voicemail (probably he had a burner number). I wonder if drivers could do that and get away with free food for them.

Plus, Uber service is crap now. They used to chat with you in app so you could ask for a coupon refund in credits but that does not work now. Coupon lost and time wasted waiting for a drink.
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Quote from Livesai :
Thats fine take the food, get a better job. Its not hard to do a charge back. Ubereats is a great company to work for charge 6$ in service fees and upcharge food and expect people to tip drivers so they dont have to pay them. My logic is people who bring food dont deserve the tip, might as well tip everyone down the supply chain for an overprice drink. how much does coffee cost to make?laugh out loud
Drivers can refuse any order they want. Drivers get a base pay of $3 before tip and no hourly wage. While it's your right to not tip, it might take significantly longer for your order to arrive.
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When does this offer expire?
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