BUSINESS.  Join Just Eat. £299  VAT - £357
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BUSINESS. Join Just Eat. £299 VAT - £357

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Posted 4th OctAvailable: National
Business use. Join just eat. Normally 699 plus vat. Offer on now if you call is 299 plus vat. Let me know if you can get cheaper or any other tips for new member or older ones. Thanks
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As well as taking up to 25% of each order?? Must be great being able to legally Rob small businesses. Pay once to build your own app for your business and keep 100% of each order.
Edited by: "CHRIS_MORRIS" 4th Oct
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Got it for 199+vat couple weeks ago
They take a cut of orders don't they? Businesses still need to subscribe?
Il start cooking, you start ordering.
Il send you empty boxes with chocolates instead
Edited by: "Misslovely" 4th Oct
As well as taking up to 25% of each order?? Must be great being able to legally Rob small businesses. Pay once to build your own app for your business and keep 100% of each order.
Edited by: "CHRIS_MORRIS" 4th Oct
CHRIS_MORRIS04/10/2019 11:45

As well as taking up to 25% of each order?? Must be great being able to …As well as taking up to 25% of each order?? Must be great being able to legally Rob small businesses. Pay once to build your own app for you business and take 100% of each order.


Fed up with no discount codes when i actually needed them and only 3 local takeaways on just eat, i googled a local chinese that is on just eat and found they did 10% off when ordering via their own website any day of the week.
splatsplatsplat04/10/2019 11:48

Fed up with no discount codes when i actually needed them and only 3 local …Fed up with no discount codes when i actually needed them and only 3 local takeaways on just eat, i googled a local chinese that is on just eat and found they did 10% off when ordering via their own website any day of the week.


I found my local did 20% via it's own site. And free delivery too over £20
theillest04/10/2019 11:06

Got it for 199+vat couple weeks ago


Did you phone , what number? or go through manager?
TheAngryMob04/10/2019 11:20

They take a cut of orders don't they? Businesses still need to subscribe?


Yes they take 14%
Jiwani8004/10/2019 11:50

I found my local did 20% via it's own site. And free delivery too over £20


it's a shame really because just-eats contract doesn't allow for businesses to sell cheaper anywhere else - be it in their own shop or on their own website, it's criminal

if you were to report them they would be punished for this
murtgurge04/10/2019 13:26

it's a shame really because just-eats contract doesn't allow for …it's a shame really because just-eats contract doesn't allow for businesses to sell cheaper anywhere else - be it in their own shop or on their own website, it's criminalif you were to report them they would be punished for this


The local takeaway I use has its own app and is 10% cheaper than on just eat, guess there breaking the rules
murtgurge04/10/2019 13:26

it's a shame really because just-eats contract doesn't allow for …it's a shame really because just-eats contract doesn't allow for businesses to sell cheaper anywhere else - be it in their own shop or on their own website, it's criminalif you were to report them they would be punished for this


All of the KFC's charge more than their regular price...
murtgurge04/10/2019 13:26

it's a shame really because just-eats contract doesn't allow for …it's a shame really because just-eats contract doesn't allow for businesses to sell cheaper anywhere else - be it in their own shop or on their own website, it's criminalif you were to report them they would be punished for this


Why would I do that? I like stuff cheaper
Edited by: "Jiwani80" 4th Oct
PAULTRD04/10/2019 15:15

All of the KFC's charge more than their regular price...


exceptions likely made for big contracts I imagine
murtgurge04/10/2019 15:19

exceptions likely made for big contracts I imagine


Probably... Take Just eat to court for discrimination
MeistroUK04/10/2019 14:17

The local takeaway I use has its own app and is 10% cheaper than on just …The local takeaway I use has its own app and is 10% cheaper than on just eat, guess there breaking the rules


same here but 20% discount vs just eat
Only place you pay to pay in cash. Crazy.
murtgurge04/10/2019 13:26

it's a shame really because just-eats contract doesn't allow for …it's a shame really because just-eats contract doesn't allow for businesses to sell cheaper anywhere else - be it in their own shop or on their own website, it's criminalif you were to report them they would be punished for this


Exact same prices on my local takeaways app but offer 15% off everything that is ordered.. Technically the prices are still the same

£5 burger meal is the same price as just eat but once I add the meal to the basket the takeaway app will automatically give me 15% off the price
Edited by: "Josh_millen" 7th Oct
CHRIS_MORRIS04/10/2019 11:45

As well as taking up to 25% of each order?? Must be great being able to …As well as taking up to 25% of each order?? Must be great being able to legally Rob small businesses. Pay once to build your own app for your business and keep 100% of each order.



Now the guy's got Paulie as a partner. Any problems, he goes to Paulie. Trouble with the bill? He can go to Paulie. Trouble with the cops, deliveries, Tommy, he can call Paulie. But now the guy's gotta come up with Paulie's money every week no matter what. Business bad? Fcuk you, pay me. Oh, you had a fire? Fcuk you, pay me. Place got hit by lightning huh? Fcuk you, pay me."
Edited by: "kevlfc" 13th Oct
Let's not forget they take 50p per order to the customer on top of the 15% + Tax to the business

Basically for a £10 order Justeat makes £2 not including VAT
Edited by: "Norseg" 15th Oct
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