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25% off all Uber EATS orders until 18th August (Max Discount per Order £10) using code - Account Specific
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25% off all Uber EATS orders until 18th August (Max Discount per Order £10) using code - Account Specific

25% offUber EATS Promo Code
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Posted 7th Aug

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Worked for me which the vouchers rarely do - so hopefully good for others
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What’ll it be tonight? An aromatic curry? A deliciously cheesy pizza? Or perhaps a sweet and sour treat? We can’t help you make up your mind, but we can give you a pretty tasty discount. Get 25% off all your orders, maximum discount £10 per order before 18 August 2020.


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Yep worked for me
Though kind of annoying as this barely now covers delivery + service charges.
On top of that the prices themselves are more than if I bough direct. Uber Eats is not good value at all now
SUNNYTIME for 50% if it works for you (account specific)
chamelion07/08/2020 20:25

Step 1 - add bunch of new fees. Step 2 - provide discount codes that …Step 1 - add bunch of new fees. Step 2 - provide discount codes that temporarily negate these fees - mostly. Step 3 - no more discount codes, more profit.


Step 4 - realise that now that you stopped providing discount codes to negate the fees all your customers have stopped using your platform.
Step 1 - add bunch of new fees. Step 2 - provide discount codes that temporarily negate these fees - mostly. Step 3 - no more discount codes, more profit.
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Thanks worked for me
Cheers!

Uber are throwing codes out at the moment but haven't had a single one from Just Eat in months
This one worked for me. Thanks, heat added.

Worth using with share a courier free delivery promotion (can stack) and pick up orders
Yep worked for me
Though kind of annoying as this barely now covers delivery + service charges.
On top of that the prices themselves are more than if I bough direct. Uber Eats is not good value at all now
SUNNYTIME for 50% if it works for you (account specific)
novolizer07/08/2020 17:57

Yep worked for me Though kind of annoying as this barely now covers …Yep worked for me Though kind of annoying as this barely now covers delivery + service charges.On top of that the prices themselves are more than if I bough direct. Uber Eats is not good value at all now


Not every single place has increased prices, depends on your area though. Share a courier free delivery can stack with this or use pick up for no fees at all.
I just had the same code on an email too.
Do Uber eats apply the 50% government discount to participating restaurants?
25% off still won't cover their service fee, delivery fee and their inflated food prices though
SpoiletAlert07/08/2020 17:58

SUNNYTIME for 50% if it works for you (account specific)


Worked for me thanks!
jiraiya07/08/2020 18:15

Do Uber eats apply the 50% government discount to participating …Do Uber eats apply the 50% government discount to participating restaurants?


I don't think so considering for them you have to eat in? :/
jiraiya07/08/2020 18:15

Do Uber eats apply the 50% government discount to participating …Do Uber eats apply the 50% government discount to participating restaurants?


Nope because that's for eat in only.

Uber offers pick up but that's to collect and take with you, not to pick up and eat in
Worked for me and the 50% one worked for the Mrs heat
Oh okay. Thanks for clarifying.
Not eligible
Is it one time use?
Step 1 - add bunch of new fees. Step 2 - provide discount codes that temporarily negate these fees - mostly. Step 3 - no more discount codes, more profit.
chamelion07/08/2020 20:25

Step 1 - add bunch of new fees. Step 2 - provide discount codes that …Step 1 - add bunch of new fees. Step 2 - provide discount codes that temporarily negate these fees - mostly. Step 3 - no more discount codes, more profit.


Step 4 - realise that now that you stopped providing discount codes to negate the fees all your customers have stopped using your platform.
Worked for me
Pauladin9107/08/2020 18:17

25% off still won't cover their service fee, delivery fee and their …25% off still won't cover their service fee, delivery fee and their inflated food prices though


I've noticed the inflated pricing. Some items were £4 more expensive per item. My service charge also increased when using codes or a VPN.
Needless to say: I ordered direct from the restaurant
Which was cheaper by £20 and collected myself.
Edited by: "Damo66" 8th Aug
Negated by £3 for delivery.
Edited by: "Father-Jemima-Racktool" 7th Aug
Just in time as the last one finished on 4th
There are becoming a regular thing
I find 25% works on regular user account
And 50 on a one off for inactive users

I just pick up food after using discount code and doing my research to see if it’s cheapest option via ubereats or other means....
Added £41 worth of food to the Uber Eats basket before applying the 30% off code that I was emailed. After adding the discount the total came to £39 due to the delivery and service fees which aren't discounted. I checked Deliveroo for the same restaurant, exact same items in the basket, no discount code for Deliveroo so this is the standard price for them, and it came to £41 after fees because every item on the menu was at least 50 pence cheaper on Deliveroo. So the 30% off with Uber Eats was in reality a £2 saving on a £41 spend which amounts to just under 5% off. Very sneaky stuff from Uber Eats. I still ordered since a discount is a discount, but they're certainly being sneaky with the level of discount advertised.
Worked for me thank you over £4 off order 😁
andrewworrall107/08/2020 18:25

Nope because that's for eat in only.Uber offers pick up but that's to …Nope because that's for eat in only.Uber offers pick up but that's to collect and take with you, not to pick up and eat in


This was is much safer. Espeicially considering whats happening with the pandemic.
Add in the service charge and it probably works out at 15% it might be cheaper if u have the option of going direct with the takeaway
What a horrible, terrible company, cold from me. They can give out all the discounts they want, counts for nothing when the couriers at their discretion simply choose to not take the job and you're sat there starving. Still, it's nice of customer support to send you generic emails after you contact them about the situation ("Thank you for your feedback, we'll use it to make our services better in the future").
Why don’t I ever get a voucher working for me
Never get the Uber codes to work on here, and I haven't used them in months... Wonder what gets you classified for the voucher
novolizer07/08/2020 17:57

Yep worked for me Though kind of annoying as this barely now covers …Yep worked for me Though kind of annoying as this barely now covers delivery + service charges.On top of that the prices themselves are more than if I bough direct. Uber Eats is not good value at all now



Agree completely, it's all about the fees and charges now plus, they still try to extract a tip for the delivery driver just for doing their job?!
leeuk32108/08/2020 13:55

What a horrible, terrible company, cold from me. They can give out all the …What a horrible, terrible company, cold from me. They can give out all the discounts they want, counts for nothing when the couriers at their discretion simply choose to not take the job and you're sat there starving. Still, it's nice of customer support to send you generic emails after you contact them about the situation ("Thank you for your feedback, we'll use it to make our services better in the future").


You can contact support for a swift refund
S2308/08/2020 16:19

You can contact support for a swift refund


I got a refund automatically, but thanks. Obviously though, at 8pm I was expecting a knock on the door with my food, not a refund silently happening in the background. Not ideal to say the least.
Any £15 off 20£ codes etc
Edited by: "wakkaday" 8th Aug
So many people moaning constantly on here about UberEats fees amongst other things; just order directly from the restaurant, collect or cook at home. Don't forget, it is a business at the end of the day and by including the fees to us, the consumers and also the clients, they make their profits. It is through your own laziness that they have implemented and profited. Several of my neighbours order via UberEats for restaurants that are within walking distance...we are the problem, not the businesses.
Doesn't work
I love using these discounts and then collecting rather than having delivery
Edited by: "seancharles" 8th Aug
novolizer07/08/2020 17:57

Yep worked for me Though kind of annoying as this barely now covers …Yep worked for me Though kind of annoying as this barely now covers delivery + service charges.On top of that the prices themselves are more than if I bough direct. Uber Eats is not good value at all now


Yep, £15 for a curry/rice/naan delivered including this discount from our local. The extra charges is a real turn off.
I_NEED_AIR_CON08/08/2020 17:20

So many people moaning constantly on here about UberEats fees amongst …So many people moaning constantly on here about UberEats fees amongst other things; just order directly from the restaurant, collect or cook at home. Don't forget, it is a business at the end of the day and by including the fees to us, the consumers and also the clients, they make their profits. It is through your own laziness that they have implemented and profited. Several of my neighbours order via UberEats for restaurants that are within walking distance...we are the problem, not the businesses.


For those of us that are disabled and cant drive, thanks for the advice. Most people do cook and then fancy a break at the weekend.
I_NEED_AIR_CON08/08/2020 17:20

So many people moaning constantly on here about UberEats fees amongst …So many people moaning constantly on here about UberEats fees amongst other things; just order directly from the restaurant, collect or cook at home. Don't forget, it is a business at the end of the day and by including the fees to us, the consumers and also the clients, they make their profits. It is through your own laziness that they have implemented and profited. Several of my neighbours order via UberEats for restaurants that are within walking distance...we are the problem, not the businesses.


For those of us that are disabled and cant drive thank you for your advice Most people have a take away as a treat once a week or after having a drink so cant drive.
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