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Select Uber Eats Accounts: Additional Savings on Pickup Orders EXPIRED

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Uber Eats offers Select Uber Eats Accounts who Reside in Select New England States: $25 Off on Pickup Orders when you apply promo code WELCOMEBACK25 (apply at checkout) via Uber Eats App [iOS or Android] or online.

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NOTE, offer is only valid for those who reside in the following Locations:
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Worcester, Massachusetts
  • Western Massachusetts
  • Connecticut
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont
  • New Hampshire
  • Portland, Maine
  • Greater Maine
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Expires Sep 12. Works in CT RI MA VT NH ME. I did not receive this directly but it worked on my account yesterday for pick up at a local spot.

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For those not in the designated area - add a pick up order to your cart from somewhere local to you and then change your address to somewhere in Boston. The try checking out your order using the promo. Worked for me in NYC.
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works for me in TX
Were you able to order ?
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Worked in NJ.
1. Make a pickup order of your choice
2. Go to last checkout page and change pickup to delivery. Enter Massachusetts in address. Any apt number. Save and continue.
3. Apply promo code
4. Switch order delivery to pickup.
Hope it helps
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Quote from Nnnnidhi :
Worked in NJ.
1. Make a pickup order of your choice
2. Go to last checkout page and change pickup to delivery. Enter Massachusetts in address. Any apt number. Save and continue.
3. Apply promo code
4. Switch order delivery to pickup.
Hope it helps
You can put a MA address for delivery from a NJ restaurant?
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You can put a MA address for delivery from a NJ restaurant?
Yes first make it a pickup order from NJ. After your order is complete. Change delivery address
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FYI, if you're picking up food (and actually care about the business you're buying from), definitely just order it from the restaurant's own website. Restaurants are hurting right now and companies like Uber Eats tack on a huge fee just to process the order. It's one thing if you're getting delivery and the restaurant doesn't offer it in-house, but it's another thing entirely when you could save the restaurant $5-10 (or more) just by ordering from their website.
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Works in DC
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Quote from Kumicho :
FYI, if you're picking up food (and actually care about the business you're buying from), definitely just order it from the restaurant's own website. Restaurants are hurting right now and companies like Uber Eats tack on a huge fee just to process the order. It's one thing if you're getting delivery and the restaurant doesn't offer it in-house, but it's another thing entirely when you could save the restaurant $5-10 (or more) just by ordering from their website.
I can see why you would say that, really I do. Imagine going to a restaurant and asking for a 5-10 dollar discount on the food and what they would say to you.

During the height of COVID last year, I was routinely tipping 25% for take out orders after calling in my orders, then I got to thinking-- if I fell on hard times and I asked for a 25% discount would they empathize with me or tell me to get the fk out of their restaurant? And why do we have to routinely supplement their workers wages in the form of tips? The revenue model for the restaurant industry is broken.
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Quote from Kumicho :
FYI, if you're picking up food (and actually care about the business you're buying from), definitely just order it from the restaurant's own website. Restaurants are hurting right now and companies like Uber Eats tack on a huge fee just to process the order. It's one thing if you're getting delivery and the restaurant doesn't offer it in-house, but it's another thing entirely when you could save the restaurant $5-10 (or more) just by ordering from their website.
That's why they markup the prices through these 3rd party apps by a good margin to compensate for those fees. Compare the menu rates from their restaurant websites or currently priced Yelp menu screenshots. That's why many of those order links from their own restaurant sites redirect you to one of these platforms anyway.
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That's why they markup the prices through these 3rd party apps by a good margin to compensate for those fees. Compare the menu rates from their restaurant websites or currently priced Yelp menu screenshots. That's why many of those order links from their own restaurant sites redirect you to one of these platforms anyway.
Sometimes that's the case. Other times the restaurant just jacks up the price for everyone, meaning everybody pays for stuff like this even if we're not using it.
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delivery only now, feels bad
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You can put a MA address for delivery from a NJ restaurant?
When you change delivery address, the whole thing cancels.
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of course FP killed it
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Just worked in Greenwich Connecticut just across the border from NY. Had to change my pickup address to Connecticut address. Wouldn't work with NY pickup address. This was a pickup order.
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Serious question: why order on Uber eats and go pick it up? Why not just cal the restaurant directly so they get all the money?

Makes sense for a deal like this..
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