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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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Codes are expired for me?
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Codes are expired for me?
Same for me as well.
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Keep getting payment error
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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.
You're right, they choose to accept the terms of a $3 payout, knowing they need to consider gas, distance for time it takes, wear and tear on their car, and still choose to accept these terms expecting at tip to make up the difference. I tried it with post mates, it's clearly not worth it compared to a REAL job.
They can choose to go get a real job too. I tip but I prefer to tip after delivery, like I normally would, like with a pizza delivery, check that it's right real quick, got everything, tip the delivery person.
But you should pre-tip with these apps because any regular driver of these apps can tell whether or not there's a minimum amount of tip added based on the base pay they're being offered and it may sit for a while waiting for someone to pick up the order.
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Codes are chopped.
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Keep getting payment error
They banned your payment methods. It happened to me, I think that's their way of "security" / fraud prevention. I think mine was triggered because I tried placing an order right after one was placed. I have been talking to support the past few days via message on app to get it resolved but it's horrible. They just keep giving copy/paste answers.
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Expired today
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Deal is dead. Promo codes no longer valid.
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useless unless it's free delivery! delivery fee + tip + processing fee + price difference = $10
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You're right, they choose to accept the terms of a $3 payout, knowing they need to consider gas, distance for time it takes, wear and tear on their car, and still choose to accept these terms expecting at tip to make up the difference. I tried it with post mates, it's clearly not worth it compared to a REAL job.
They can choose to go get a real job too. I tip but I prefer to tip after delivery, like I normally would, like with a pizza delivery, check that it's right real quick, got everything, tip the delivery person.
But you should pre-tip with these apps because any regular driver of these apps can tell whether or not there's a minimum amount of tip added based on the base pay they're being offered and it may sit for a while waiting for someone to pick up the order.
Poor people should just stop being poor! Wow what a big brain take.

LMAO some of you people are hilarious, in this economy with a pandemic on top of it where 40 million lost jobs. Where 2/3 of the country is facing utility shut off.

Just get a real job bro!
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All codes expired.
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useless unless it's free delivery! delivery fee + tip + processing fee + price difference = $10
So saving time, energy, and gas to have food hand delivered to you for no extra cost is "useless"? 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.
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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!
It's pretty simple:
  • 100% of the menu price of the items goes to the restaurant. These prices are solely determined by the restaurant. The delivery companies do not manually mark them up.
  • 100% of the service fee goes to the delivery company. This is similar to service fees for concert ticket brokers and other intermediary service providers.
  • 100% of delivery tips go to the delivery driver.
Of course, there are natural interactions/effects between the parties:
  • The delivery companies charge the restaurants fees for use of the service. So most of the restaurants choose to increase their menu prices to maintain their probably-already-small margins. But the delivery companies don't directly dictate this.
  • The service fees collected by the delivery companies get divvied up differently, depending on the company. Some goes to the driver, some goes to the company (you can probably find these percentages pretty easily by looking at delivery driver forums). Same as ride-sharing apps have been doing for several years.
In every app I've used (UberEats, DashPass, Caviar, GrubHub), these three costs are itemized on the summary screen before an order is finalized. I personally think that's an acceptable level of clarity. I think it's reasonable for the delivery service app developers to assume people know a "service fee" charged in an app goes to the service associated with the app and a "delivery driver tip" goes to the driver.
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It is NEVER justifiable for a company to mislead. NEVER. It doesn't matter if every other company does that. It is not justifiable. Stop being an apologist for UberEats and any other company that does this sort of thing.

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.

Quote from Kabn :
It's pretty simple:
  • 100% of the menu price of the items goes to the restaurant. These prices are solely determined by the restaurant. The delivery companies do not manually mark them up.
  • 100% of the service fee goes to the delivery company. This is similar to service fees for concert ticket brokers and other intermediary service providers.
  • 100% of delivery tips go to the delivery driver.
Of course, there are natural interactions/effects between the parties:
  • The delivery companies charge the restaurants fees for use of the service. So most of the restaurants choose to increase their menu prices to maintain their probably-already-small margins. But the delivery companies don't directly dictate this.
  • The service fees collected by the delivery companies get divvied up differently, depending on the company. Some goes to the driver, some goes to the company (you can probably find these percentages pretty easily by looking at delivery driver forums). Same as ride-sharing apps have been doing for several years.
In every app I've used (UberEats, DashPass, Caviar, GrubHub), these three costs are itemized on the summary screen before an order is finalized. I personally think that's an acceptable level of clarity. I think it's reasonable for the delivery service app developers to assume people know a "service fee" charged in an app goes to the service associated with the app and a "delivery driver tip" goes to the driver.
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