Uber Eats will soon introduce a $9.99 unlimited delivery subscription
I’m all about it.
Jane Manchun Wong, the infamous developer known for uncovering unreleased app features, just struck another goldmine with code found in Uber’s Android app. She discovered that Uber Eats is planning on offering an unlimited delivery subscription that will cost users a flat monthly rate.
This was confirmed by Uber to TechCrunch after Wong posted her findings to Twitter this week. A spokesperson noted, “We’re always thinking about new ways to enhance the Eats experience.”
Here’s a quick rundown of what we know about this new monthly delivery subscription service from Uber
- It’s called Eats Pass
- The service costs $9.99 per month (obviously not including the price of food)
- Offers free delivery from any restaurant
- Gets rid of the Uber Eats service fee which is usually 15%.
- This isn’t a rumor. Uber Eats will totally offer this, as they confirmed with TechCrunch.
- It’s probably not worth signing up for if you don’t use Uber Eats a lot.
As for now, this is all we know. It’s not clear as to when Uber plans to roll this out. But when they do, it’s sure to put them in a really good position with other food delivery app competitors as they all, for the most part, already offer similar subscription services.
As someone who regularly uses Uber Eats, I could see myself signing up for this. I’m all about it.
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