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Posted 3rd Apr

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Uber Eats has scrapped delivery fees for people ordering from local convenience stores.

The offer is open until at least 24 April, and may be extended, letting people pick up a pint of milk, loaf of bread or even something alcoholic to drink and get it dropped to their doors.

Toussaint Wattinne, Uber Eats UK general manager, said: “We want to play our part and help people get the food they need delivered directly to their door during this difficult time.

"With over 600 convenience stores on Uber Eats, we hope that this free delivery will help people across the UK and are extremely grateful to our partners for their support.”

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Criminal.
Yes like for 10 times the prices, no thanks
Shafiq_Amin03/04/2020 15:40

Ridiculous! I would think that is literally criminal is it not ?


It is, there is a task force to stop this kind of price gouging:
theguardian.com/bus…ers

I think it’s disgusting and taking advantage of the most vulnerable who can’t get to a supermarket. We need to remember these retailers and avoid them in future
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jamie1503/04/2020 15:20

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It's still showing as an ad on the app... not that it benefits me... the 3 places I can usually choose from are all closed because of this virus... and didn't even know local convenience stores were accessible through UE...
Yes like for 10 times the prices, no thanks
No convenience stores near me with uber eats
jamie1503/04/2020 15:20

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Because the initial offer was till the 31st of March - from the terms

Starting today, we will be waiving delivery fees until at least 31 March on orders from over 15,000 restaurants. You’ll see this change reflected at the checkout, and you’ll also be able to see “£0 delivery fee” shown for the selected restaurants when you browse in the app.
matwalaboy03/04/2020 15:24

Because the initial offer was till the 31st of March - from the …Because the initial offer was till the 31st of March - from the termsStarting today, we will be waiving delivery fees until at least 31 March on orders from over 15,000 restaurants. You’ll see this change reflected at the checkout, and you’ll also be able to see “£0 delivery fee” shown for the selected restaurants when you browse in the app.


My mistake, I forgot it ended. I just checked now and can't see any convenience stores with £0 fee (including Londis which is explicitly mentioned in the article)
Edited by: "jamie15" 3rd Apr
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Criminal.
seezyf03/04/2020 15:38

[Image] Criminal.


Ridiculous! I would think that is literally criminal is it not ?
The one near me is something like £2 for 4 pints of milk and £2 for a loaf of bread, twice the price of supermarkets but I think the mark up on fizzy drinks is even more.
Two overpriced local convenience stores available on Uber Eats for me and both still have a $3.50 delivery fee
They all have delivery fees near me now - was good while it lasted anyway .....
Just tried,I'm disabled but husband can go, dont like him going because he could infect me, this would have been great, but not availiable in my area
Shafiq_Amin03/04/2020 15:40

Ridiculous! I would think that is literally criminal is it not ?


It is, there is a task force to stop this kind of price gouging:
theguardian.com/bus…ers

I think it’s disgusting and taking advantage of the most vulnerable who can’t get to a supermarket. We need to remember these retailers and avoid them in future
dkwookies03/04/2020 16:24

It is, there is a task force to stop this kind of price …It is, there is a task force to stop this kind of price gouging:https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/mar/20/new-uk-taskforce-to-crack-down-on-coronavirus-profiteersI think it’s disgusting and taking advantage of the most vulnerable who can’t get to a supermarket. We need to remember these retailers and avoid them in future


Exactly, especially the shop that was selling calpol for £20
Why they don't deliver from the big retailers?
georgesvalch03/04/2020 16:59

Why they don't deliver from the big retailers?


I suppose because all the big retailers have their own delivery arm and haven't yet looked at UberEats as a delivery option - but given the pressure they must be under right now I wont be surprised if that changes soon.
matwalaboy03/04/2020 17:04

I suppose because all the big retailers have their own delivery arm and …I suppose because all the big retailers have their own delivery arm and haven't yet looked at UberEats as a delivery option - but given the pressure they must be under right now I wont be surprised if that changes soon.


I would like this to happen, there's no slot to get a delivery in my area from Tesco, asda, waitrose or Iceland. I'll get an order from morrisons in about 3 weeks.
georgesvalch03/04/2020 17:05

I would like this to happen, there's no slot to get a delivery in my area …I would like this to happen, there's no slot to get a delivery in my area from Tesco, asda, waitrose or Iceland. I'll get an order from morrisons in about 3 weeks.


Yes I am hoping so too that all these companies can cross leverage each other's strengths to make essentialls availble to more people.
matwalaboy03/04/2020 17:08

Yes I am hoping so too that all these companies can cross leverage each …Yes I am hoping so too that all these companies can cross leverage each other's strengths to make essentialls availble to more people.


Morrisons wasn't one of my favourites in the past, but now they're the only ones who found a slot for me, even delayed. I'll keep this in mind, and buy from them, when the good times come back, if ever comes back.
georgesvalch03/04/2020 17:05

I would like this to happen, there's no slot to get a delivery in my area …I would like this to happen, there's no slot to get a delivery in my area from Tesco, asda, waitrose or Iceland. I'll get an order from morrisons in about 3 weeks.


Keep updating the Tesco app/page, I just nabbed a delivery for this Tues
£2.35 for a 500ml Coke Zero. Is this some kind of joke?!
£2.70 for 2L of milk. ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!!
Edited by: "CAL23" 3rd Apr
It’s free...
But you pay the delivery within the product/s price
Quite clever of Uber
CAL2303/04/2020 18:30

£2.35 for a 500ml Coke Zero. Is this some kind of joke?!£2.70 for 2L of m …£2.35 for a 500ml Coke Zero. Is this some kind of joke?!£2.70 for 2L of milk. ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!!


Co-op 2 litres of milk is only $0.90 on Deliveroo, $2.70 is a rip off
Local mns/bp station is on mine...it's a little more expensive but what you'd expect at a petrol station. Was more surprised cigarettes same price as supermarkets
Firemountain03/04/2020 19:19

Local mns/bp station is on mine...it's a little more expensive but what …Local mns/bp station is on mine...it's a little more expensive but what you'd expect at a petrol station. Was more surprised cigarettes same price as supermarkets


Is there some law about not being able to charge more than the suggested RRP for cigarettes? I'm almost certain I remember reading that somewhere which would explain that
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 3rd Apr
andrewworrall103/04/2020 19:21

Is there some law about not being able to charge more than the suggested …Is there some law about not being able to charge more than the suggested RRP for cigarettes? I'm almost certain I remember reading that somewhere which would explain that


Im not sure if that came in or not... I know they changed a lot of tobacco laws
Those prices are ridiculous? Why would you use this?? Cashing in on a crisis, shame on them
How do I search for local store it's all takeaways
jenny.shepherd-robins03/04/2020 16:14

Just tried,I'm disabled but husband can go, dont like him going because he …Just tried,I'm disabled but husband can go, dont like him going because he could infect me, this would have been great, but not availiable in my area


Well if you have soap send out your husband! It's also helpful if you have some gloves and a mask, but you gotta eat.
Does the recommend a friend/invite promotion still work for 1st time customers on Uber Eats?

Wanted to give it a try if anyone can pm me a valid code
georgesvalch03/04/2020 16:59

Why they don't deliver from the big retailers?


Most big retailers are on Deliveroo (Co-Op, Nisa, Sainsbury's, Shell, BP M&S) and Asda is on Just Eat (though they seem to have stopped that currently). Morrisons is on Prime Now.
Edited by: "jamie15" 4th Apr
drkangel2104/04/2020 22:40

Does the recommend a friend/invite promotion still work for 1st time …Does the recommend a friend/invite promotion still work for 1st time customers on Uber Eats?Wanted to give it a try if anyone can pm me a valid code


No it has been suspended.
jamie1504/04/2020 22:43

No it has been suspended.


Thought so.

Thanks for the confirmation.
jamie1504/04/2020 22:42

Most big retailers are on Deliveroo (Co-Op, Nisa, Sainsbury's, Shell, BP …Most big retailers are on Deliveroo (Co-Op, Nisa, Sainsbury's, Shell, BP M&S) and Asda is on Just Eat (though they seem to have stopped that currently). Morrisons is on Prime Now.


I've never had Asda on Just Eat, Shell is on Deliveroo and Uber Eats but overpriced. Co-op is reasonable prices available on Deliveroo for me
andrewworrall104/04/2020 22:49

I've never had Asda on Just Eat, Shell is on Deliveroo and Uber Eats but …I've never had Asda on Just Eat, Shell is on Deliveroo and Uber Eats but overpriced. Co-op is reasonable prices available on Deliveroo for me


Asda is only available at a few locations, same with Sainsbury's.
jamie1504/04/2020 22:51

Asda is only available at a few locations, same with Sainsbury's.


Are Asda and Sainsbury's the same prices as in-store or slightly higher like the Co-op? For example Co-op is $1 for a chocolate bar in-store but $1.35 on Deliveroo, so even though it's a price increase it isn't as bad as being movie theatre prices like Shell and Budgens
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 4th Apr
andrewworrall104/04/2020 22:55

Are Asda and Sainsbury's the same prices as in-store or slightly higher …Are Asda and Sainsbury's the same prices as in-store or slightly higher like the Co-op? For example Co-op is $1 for a chocolate bar in-store but $1.35 on Deliveroo, so even though it's a price increase it isn't as bad as being movie theatre prices like Shell and Budgens


Not sure if the Sainsbury's thing was axed or not but can't find the listing, wasn't in my area anyway. Asda is here if you want to see pricing: just-eat.co.uk/tak…ies
jamie1504/04/2020 23:53

Not sure if the Sainsbury's thing was axed or not but can't find the …Not sure if the Sainsbury's thing was axed or not but can't find the listing, wasn't in my area anyway. Asda is here if you want to see pricing: https://www.just-eat.co.uk/takeaway/brands/asda-groceries


Thanks it just says Asda Grocery is temporarily unavailable so can't view prices. No worries though it's fine thanks anyway
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