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Posted 8th Apr

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Deliveroo Plus (Deliveroo's delivery subscription) is offering a 7 day free trial for new customers. Morrisons have just launched on there, Co-Op, Nisa, Shell, BP M&S (already free delivery) and more are open on Deliveroo. If you need some essentials it may be worth a look but bear in mind some items will be unavailable.

Wouldn't usually post this but people are struggling for grocery slots right now!

£10 minimum spend for free delivery, 50p service charge still applicable.

Morrisons delivery costs £4.50 + 49p service charge so taking out the trial will save £4.50.
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andrewworrall108/04/2020 16:38

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Thanks for the info about Morrisons launching, our conversation made me post
jamie1508/04/2020 16:40

Thanks for the info about Morrisons launching, our conversation made me …Thanks for the info about Morrisons launching, our conversation made me post


No probs!
Any first time codes too?
Asim01908/04/2020 16:56

Any first time codes too?


£2.50 off £20 referral code best I could see at the moment.
One of my favourite chippies that shut for lockdown now days "Opening later" on Deliveroo. Does this mean they'll be opening or is it just an automatic thing that Deliveroo does?
andrewworrall108/04/2020 17:08

One of my favourite chippies that shut for lockdown now days "Opening …One of my favourite chippies that shut for lockdown now days "Opening later" on Deliveroo. Does this mean they'll be opening or is it just an automatic thing that Deliveroo does?


Not sure. Best fish and chips in my area still open but not sure if I'll risk. Really tempted to get a German Doner Kebab though. Got a £15 off £20 Uber Eats to use ending this month so will probably be on that.
Edited by: "jamie15" 8th Apr
jamie1508/04/2020 17:09

Not sure. Best fish and chips in my area still open but not sure if I'll …Not sure. Best fish and chips in my area still open but not sure if I'll risk. Really tempted to get a German Doner Kebab though. Got a £15 off £20 Uber Eats to use ending this month so will probably be on that.


I'm still okay with ordering takeaway food deliveries but only from places with a 4 or 5 food hygiene rating. Would sometimes have food from a 3 but not during COVID-19
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 8th Apr
andrewworrall108/04/2020 17:10

I'm still okay with ordering takeaway food deliveries but only from places …I'm still okay with ordering takeaway food deliveries but only from places with a 4 or 5 food hygiene rating. Would sometimes have food from a 3 but not during COVID-19


I'm going to stick to brands only now, trying to avoid local takeaways especially chicken and chip style shops.

First dark kitchen opened up in my area and wanted to try but no way I'm trying a new place I haven't eaten from before.

GDK is relatively safe but I ordered Papa Johns and Deliveroo driver was coughing after he delivered order
jamie1508/04/2020 17:13

I'm going to stick to brands only now, trying to avoid local takeaways …I'm going to stick to brands only now, trying to avoid local takeaways especially chicken and chip style shops.First dark kitchen opened up in my area and wanted to try but no way I'm trying a new place I haven't eaten from before.GDK is relatively safe but I ordered Papa Johns and Deliveroo driver was coughing after he delivered order


I've had food from two of my favourite local chippies plenty of times and I trust them. I wouldn't order from a new place though - not that you should see any opening until lockdown ends
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 8th Apr
Won't deliver to my area
andrewworrall108/04/2020 17:14

I've had food from two of my favourite local chippies plenty of times and …I've had food from two of my favourite local chippies plenty of times and I trust them. I wouldn't order from a new place though - not that you should see any opening until lockdown ends


I think the place was there before lockdown but I only noticed it recently. I'm sticking to what I trust
They used to offer 30 days of free deliveries when you join and 14-30 days free Deliveroo Plus trial. The 50p service charge is new too.

All the Co-Op prices are so silly as well. £7.30 for a pizza you cook yourself?! I bet it costs half that price in store, as even the ‘luxury’ supermarket pizzas cost roughly £3-£4.50. Could probably find an already cooked and ready to eat pizza to get delivered for roughly what they’re charging!

Fair enough if you have the cash to splash and just want to avoid venturing out. It’s just far from compassionate for people on stricter budgets who have no choice but to stay inside. If it’s a preference/convenience thing, then please do avoid online supermarket shops and opt for this instead, as there just aren’t enough supermarket delivery slots to provide for both those who need them and those who would prefer to avoid going out.

Just struggling to see how taking away the loaf and throwing a few crumbs back has become so hot
blabbity08/04/2020 22:52

They used to offer 30 days of free deliveries when you join and 14-30 days …They used to offer 30 days of free deliveries when you join and 14-30 days free Deliveroo Plus trial. The 50p service charge is new too.All the Co-Op prices are so silly as well. £7.30 for a pizza you cook yourself?! I bet it costs half that price in store, as even the ‘luxury’ supermarket pizzas cost roughly £3-£4.50. Could probably find an already cooked and ready to eat pizza to get delivered for roughly what they’re charging!Fair enough if you have the cash to splash and just want to avoid venturing out. It’s just far from compassionate for people on stricter budgets who have no choice but to stay inside. If it’s a preference/convenience thing, then please do avoid online supermarket shops and opt for this instead, as there just aren’t enough supermarket delivery slots to provide for both those who need them and those who would prefer to avoid going out.Just struggling to see how taking away the loaf and throwing a few crumbs back has become so hot


Not sure about the free deliveries when you join, I think that was just when Deliveroo launched in a new area. The trial period has been cut down for sure but still may help.

Many are struggling to get slots for supermarket deliveries. This should help if they are desperate or only need a few things as minimum spend is far lower.

Some things are overpriced but tbf deliveries do come in under an hour. Morrisons delivery is £4.50 but prices are decent on items, removing delivery charge makes it far more reasonable.
Edited by: "jamie15" 8th Apr
jamie1508/04/2020 22:56

Not sure about the free deliveries when you join, I think that was just …Not sure about the free deliveries when you join, I think that was just when Deliveroo launched in a new area. The trial period has been cut down for sure but still may help.Many are struggling to get slots for supermarket deliveries. This should help if they are desperate or only need a few things as minimum spend is far lower.Some things are overpriced but tbf deliveries do come in under an hour. Morrisons delivery is £4.50 but prices are decent on items, removing delivery charge makes it far more reasonable.


Nah, it was on new accounts until recently. Deliveroo has been available in my area for a while, but availed of the 30 days of free deliveries earlier this year. After the 30 days I had a 14 day free trial of Deliveroo Plus too. So, 45 days total.

I’m not disputing that it has a place in desperate times, but I’m going to criticise any business that takes away usual discounts and/or increases prices to take advantage of these desperate times. It prices the most vulnerable out.

But, for those who can afford it, then I’m going to reiterate that it’s still a better option than taking a supermarket delivery slot away from a vulnerable person. Because that’s what using a delivery slot right now is doing. If you go looking for one, see one available, and grab it just because you can, but you’re not one of the 20% most vulnerable people, then there’s going to be one of those 20% most vulnerable who just has to go without. And they might not be able to afford these inflated Deliveroo prices.

This is a criticism of Deliveroo and these shops if they’re inflating their prices on Deliveroo, not of the people who use this. And if I had the money spare to afford these prices, I’d have rather tipped the riders to show my appreciation for their valuable service right now rather than just giving double the money to the likes of Co-op who are probably already raking in plenty of sales to make them profit.
Sorry, I can't be bothered to read the long comments and I don't generally use these food delivery services, but mark my words, any deals they are doing now are a marketing scheme to rip you off because these businesses currently have more work than they can cope with, including big government contracts.
blabbity08/04/2020 23:12

Nah, it was on new accounts until recently. Deliveroo has been available …Nah, it was on new accounts until recently. Deliveroo has been available in my area for a while, but availed of the 30 days of free deliveries earlier this year. After the 30 days I had a 14 day free trial of Deliveroo Plus too. So, 45 days total.I’m not disputing that it has a place in desperate times, but I’m going to criticise any business that takes away usual discounts and/or increases prices to take advantage of these desperate times. It prices the most vulnerable out.But, for those who can afford it, then I’m going to reiterate that it’s still a better option than taking a supermarket delivery slot away from a vulnerable person. Because that’s what using a delivery slot right now is doing. If you go looking for one, see one available, and grab it just because you can, but you’re not one of the 20% most vulnerable people, then there’s going to be one of those 20% most vulnerable who just has to go without. And they might not be able to afford these inflated Deliveroo prices.This is a criticism of Deliveroo and these shops if they’re inflating their prices on Deliveroo, not of the people who use this. And if I had the money spare to afford these prices, I’d have rather tipped the riders to show my appreciation for their valuable service right now rather than just giving double the money to the likes of Co-op who are probably already raking in plenty of sales to make them profit.


The prices on Deliveroo are always higher for Co-Op (to account for Deliveroo fees), it hasn't been increased further. Morrisons have just launched and prices aren't too bad. Wasn't aware of the free delivery thing, it certainly wasn't that way last year. Retailers set their own prices on Deliveroo.
blabbity08/04/2020 22:52

They used to offer 30 days of free deliveries when you join and 14-30 days …They used to offer 30 days of free deliveries when you join and 14-30 days free Deliveroo Plus trial. The 50p service charge is new too.All the Co-Op prices are so silly as well. £7.30 for a pizza you cook yourself?! I bet it costs half that price in store, as even the ‘luxury’ supermarket pizzas cost roughly £3-£4.50. Could probably find an already cooked and ready to eat pizza to get delivered for roughly what they’re charging!Fair enough if you have the cash to splash and just want to avoid venturing out. It’s just far from compassionate for people on stricter budgets who have no choice but to stay inside. If it’s a preference/convenience thing, then please do avoid online supermarket shops and opt for this instead, as there just aren’t enough supermarket delivery slots to provide for both those who need them and those who would prefer to avoid going out.Just struggling to see how taking away the loaf and throwing a few crumbs back has become so hot


Not sure why your Co-op is that overpriced but mine isn't too overpriced. £2.20 for a pizza (£2 in-store)...
Nice one @jamie15 , This is very useful .
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Deliveroo charges restaurants 35 per cent of the food cost, as well as charging customers to deliver it. Not available for me anyway, UberEATS is mad right now £11 for 4 pack toilet roll delivered or £2,99 for a 80p can of drink.
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andrewworrall108/04/2020 17:10

I'm still okay with ordering takeaway food deliveries but only from places …I'm still okay with ordering takeaway food deliveries but only from places with a 4 or 5 food hygiene rating. Would sometimes have food from a 3 but not during COVID-19


good points
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