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Deliveroo £2.50 takeaway credit (existing customers) / £5 credit new Deliveroo customers for 85p w/code @ Deliveroo via Groupon

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Refreshed 31st Aug 2018 (Posted 19th Jun 2018)
If you are an existing Deliveroo customer you can get a free £2.50 credit via Groupon

When using the credit for your takeaway order you need a minimum spend of £10


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Also offering a £5 credit for new Deliveroo customers for 85p using code EIGHT - the min spend is £15 when using to order your takeaway

p.s. you can also get a months free delivery when you signup for Deliveroo plus - link
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Has anyone else noticed with these delivery models.... Not only are we paying for delivery.... Which used to be free from places not so long ago..... But many food places up their prices through these order methods.
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Great deal, thanks! Added to my account sucessfully. Usually Deliveroo credit codes stack together to give a bigger discount but I don't have any other in my account at the moment so I can't confirm if this works for this specific offer.
edisg19/06/2018 16:05

Great deal, thanks! Added to my account sucessfully. Usually Deliveroo …Great deal, thanks! Added to my account sucessfully. Usually Deliveroo credit codes stack together to give a bigger discount but I don't have any other in my account at the moment so I can't confirm if this works for this specific offer.


can confirm that they do not stack.
Deliveroo prices in my area are always higher than the restaurant displays. Guess you’re paying them indirectly for the delivery
Has anyone else noticed with these delivery models.... Not only are we paying for delivery.... Which used to be free from places not so long ago..... But many food places up their prices through these order methods.
yas21219/06/2018 17:53

Deliveroo prices in my area are always higher than the restaurant …Deliveroo prices in my area are always higher than the restaurant displays. Guess you’re paying them indirectly for the delivery



Did mention you can get free delivery for a month - link

Personally thought free credit was a good offer for those who use deliveroo
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team_a59 m ago

Has anyone else noticed with these delivery models.... Not only are we …Has anyone else noticed with these delivery models.... Not only are we paying for delivery.... Which used to be free from places not so long ago..... But many food places up their prices through these order methods.


Yeah noticed that. I think it might be due to how much Deliveroo charge the restaurants to deliver the food (anyone know the details?), even though on the face of it the deliveroo delivery fee is £2.50, i've read delivery riders/cyclists get upto £4.75 per drop depending on location, so i'm guessing it's the restaurants that have to pay that increase while at the same time allowing Deliveroo to make a healthy profit after paying all the costs of running a business.
Chanchi3219/06/2018 19:01

Did mention you can get free delivery for a month - linkPersonally thought …Did mention you can get free delivery for a month - linkPersonally thought free credit was a good offer for those who use deliveroo


I'm not doubting the deal C! It's just annoying how in my area the restaurant prices are 5-10% higher when using deliveroo! I know its a different business model but the takeaways on just eat have to have the same prices
yas2123 h, 29 m ago

Deliveroo prices in my area are always higher than the restaurant …Deliveroo prices in my area are always higher than the restaurant displays. Guess you’re paying them indirectly for the delivery


No you not. Customer pays deliveroo through their website then once a month deliveroo pays the restaurant of course after they taken their share. There is a fixed contract between deliveroo and restaurant which states how much of the food price they take.
Deliveroo and UberEat take 35% + vat comission on the total value of the order
thanks op. covers the delivery fee
buggzy19/06/2018 22:20

Deliveroo and UberEat take 35% + vat comission on the total value of the …Deliveroo and UberEat take 35% + vat comission on the total value of the order


Wow
They must be making quite a nice amount of money based on how many people deliver for them.

Now it makes sense why they're so keen for riders to keep delivering even when it's snowing by offering "surge" offers to riders of a measly £1-£2 extra to risk serious injury.

It's pretty amazing that restaurants are willing to pay 35% especially with no upper cap limit, but i guess they'd much rather be listed on the Deliveroo app than not be there.
Xad20/06/2018 02:48

Wow They must be making quite a nice amount of money based on how …Wow They must be making quite a nice amount of money based on how many people deliver for them. Now it makes sense why they're so keen for riders to keep delivering even when it's snowing by offering "surge" offers to riders of a measly £1-£2 extra to risk serious injury.It's pretty amazing that restaurants are willing to pay 35% especially with no upper cap limit, but i guess they'd much rather be listed on the Deliveroo app than not be there.


35% is huge! I guess it sorts out drivers for the restaurants but it’s quite a hefty chunk to give away
yas21223 m ago

35% is huge! I guess it sorts out drivers for the restaurants but it’s q …35% is huge! I guess it sorts out drivers for the restaurants but it’s quite a hefty chunk to give away


Its why they put their prices up. JustEat takes about 15% comission I think but they don't deliver the food
is it limited to one £2.50 voucher per account or per order?
buggzy19th Jun

Deliveroo and UberEat take 35% + vat comission on the total value of the …Deliveroo and UberEat take 35% + vat comission on the total value of the order


So just imagine the profit margin ????
With all these extra margin how is deliveroo only making 0.7% profit?? uk.businessinsider.com/del…7-9

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Edited by: "Xyzac" 20th Jul 2018
You will be getting less meat in your curry tho innit.
Xyzac12 h, 31 m ago

With all these extra margin how is deliveroo only making 0.7% profit?? …With all these extra margin how is deliveroo only making 0.7% profit?? http://uk.businessinsider.com/deliveroo-martin-mignot-index-ventures-gross-margin-2017-9Heat anyways


They have to pay their riders, administration cost and other expenses like marketing, etc
gaumzi200219th Jun

can confirm that they do not stack.


It does stack, but you have to take a different approach.
yas21219th Jun

I'm not doubting the deal C! It's just annoying how in my area the …I'm not doubting the deal C! It's just annoying how in my area the restaurant prices are 5-10% higher when using deliveroo! I know its a different business model but the takeaways on just eat have to have the same prices


The whole point t of delivering is to be able to get food delivered from places that don't offer delivery though, everything on justest has dedicated delivery services
I read it was as high as 40% they take from the total order. Absolute extortion tbh. And some restaurants have no choice but to join or be left behind.
I think when moneysavingexpert bloke retires, Chanchi can take his place . Chanchi’s posted deals are always worth looking at!
The problem with Deliveroo is it’s super expensive, even with the free delivery credit. The restraunts don’t give you any deals that they have in store and the portions and quality is a lot less than ordering from them directly, to the point that I really don’t want to order from them.
I have downloaded 5 codes on different and staked them all on to delavaroo and they just let you add as many as you want
surnjit31/08/2018 19:28

I have downloaded 5 codes on different and staked them all on to delavaroo …I have downloaded 5 codes on different and staked them all on to delavaroo and they just let you add as many as you want


I have added 3 more codes tonsame account
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surnjit31st Aug 2018

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Keep adding them just make new groupon account with fake email address they never check and get new code each time and keep adding them
To your account I have just added £110 of free credit to my account
surnjit31/08/2018 19:44

Keep adding them just make new groupon account with fake email address …Keep adding them just make new groupon account with fake email address they never check and get new code each time and keep adding themTo your account I have just added £110 of free credit to my account

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surnjit29 m ago

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But does it take all the credit off of 1 order or can you only actually get £2.50 off of each order?
Have loaded all my accounts with credit have about £1000 in various accounts now
Are you sure? I didn't click place order because I don't actually want food now but my order shows full price even though I have £5 credit
surnjit1 m ago

Just placed a order for £67 with free credit


Screenshot please?
rob20051 m ago

Are you sure? I didn't click place order because I don't actually want …Are you sure? I didn't click place order because I don't actually want food now but my order shows full price even though I have £5 credit


It will show full
Price till you go to payment page them the credit will come off automatically
When I checkout, it only applies one £2.50 voucher, the rest are left in my account to be used for future orders
flyingflea2 m ago

When I checkout, it only applies one £2.50 voucher, the rest are left in …When I checkout, it only applies one £2.50 voucher, the rest are left in my account to be used for future orders


I suspected this might be the case.
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