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UberEats £10 off £15 order for first time orders (Min spend £15)
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UberEats £10 off £15 order for first time orders (Min spend £15)

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Posted 6th Apr

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Offer available until 11:55pm on 14 April 2020. Valid on one (1) order made via the Uber Eats app in the UK (check the Uber Eats app for availability of deliveries and restaurants). First time users only. Minimum spend £15 per order on food and drink, excluding delivery fee. Other fees (such as a service fee) may apply to order. To be eligible for the promotion, apply code ukapr1 in the Uber Eats app at the checkout before completing any order. Must receive this email directly from Uber Eats to qualify. Code can be redeemed for a maximum of 10000 users on a first come, first serve basis
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cooliodealio06/04/2020 13:41

I registered for this, but despite numerous emails backwards and forwards, …I registered for this, but despite numerous emails backwards and forwards, the discount would not work. Ubereats as per usual. Even when they specifically send me discount codes, they never work and CS cannot help ?


Ubers CS is disgusting.
Why are adverts for Uber on here?
Because that's what this is, a bribe.

They don't pay tax here, they have resisted even paying for people with Corona virus, they don't deserve people's money.

They certainly don't support the NHS..

You have a choice, start making the right one..
Edited by: "winchman" 6th Apr
Jordan_Taylor06/04/2020 13:22

Uber To Support NHS Staff with 300,000 Free Trips and Meals....


Maybe they could do that, AND actually pay tax here...
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My account isn't eligible for promotions. Why is that?
19DembaBa1906/04/2020 13:09

My account isn't eligible for promotions. Why is that?


May be you are not new customer ..
19DembaBa1906/04/2020 13:09

My account isn't eligible for promotions. Why is that?


I read that Ubereats can disable your account for promotions if you use different accounts on the same phone to get discounts. They have ways of tracking
Why are adverts for Uber on here?
Because that's what this is, a bribe.

They don't pay tax here, they have resisted even paying for people with Corona virus, they don't deserve people's money.

They certainly don't support the NHS..

You have a choice, start making the right one..
Edited by: "winchman" 6th Apr
winchman06/04/2020 13:21

Why are adverts for Uber on here?Because that's what this is, a bribe.They …Why are adverts for Uber on here?Because that's what this is, a bribe.They don't pay tax here, they have resisted even paying for people with Corona virus, they don't deserve people's money.They certainly don't support the NHS..You have a choice, start making the right one..


Uber To Support NHS Staff with 300,000 Free Trips and Meals....
Jordan_Taylor06/04/2020 13:22

Uber To Support NHS Staff with 300,000 Free Trips and Meals....


I registered for this, but despite numerous emails backwards and forwards, the discount would not work. Ubereats as per usual. Even when they specifically send me discount codes, they never work and CS cannot help ?
Jordan_Taylor06/04/2020 13:22

Uber To Support NHS Staff with 300,000 Free Trips and Meals....


Maybe they could do that, AND actually pay tax here...
I got one of these codes, says "up to" £10 off, so not sure if you actually get the full £10 from a £15 spend, anyone know if you do?
winchman06/04/2020 13:42

Maybe they could do that, AND actually pay tax here...


They do that already
They should reward their existing customer too
cooliodealio06/04/2020 13:41

I registered for this, but despite numerous emails backwards and forwards, …I registered for this, but despite numerous emails backwards and forwards, the discount would not work. Ubereats as per usual. Even when they specifically send me discount codes, they never work and CS cannot help ?


Ubers CS is disgusting.
malnuman06/04/2020 14:08

I got one of these codes, says "up to" £10 off, so not sure if you …I got one of these codes, says "up to" £10 off, so not sure if you actually get the full £10 from a £15 spend, anyone know if you do?


You have with similar previous promotions.
malnuman06/04/2020 14:08

I got one of these codes, says "up to" £10 off, so not sure if you …I got one of these codes, says "up to" £10 off, so not sure if you actually get the full £10 from a £15 spend, anyone know if you do?


I Used a similar promo last month and it was the full amount
Only have McDonald’s near me in here and all shut 😔
Never used UBER Eats before downloaded the app and says I'm uneligable for the deal at check out? Weird
40322757-SmkRM.jpgWell they got me to sign up for a few minutes. Deleted.
Edited by: "Yeemin_Yamin" 6th Apr
Tried with new account and didn’t work
Doesnt work with new account
Didn't work for me either with two accounts.
cooliodealio06/04/2020 13:41

I registered for this, but despite numerous emails backwards and forwards, …I registered for this, but despite numerous emails backwards and forwards, the discount would not work. Ubereats as per usual. Even when they specifically send me discount codes, they never work and CS cannot help ?


Same with me, their codes emailed to me never work, CS also don’t do anything :/
cooliodealio06/04/2020 13:41

I registered for this, but despite numerous emails backwards and forwards, …I registered for this, but despite numerous emails backwards and forwards, the discount would not work. Ubereats as per usual. Even when they specifically send me discount codes, they never work and CS cannot help ?


Don't think any of the codes they have sent me by email have worked
Has this worked for anyone..
and me!
Still waiting for a refund for over a month for food that never turned up . No reply from them either ( both through the app and Twitter).
worked for me new account using dual space app
Edited by: "dazzercfc" 7th Apr
winchman06/04/2020 13:21

Why are adverts for Uber on here?Because that's what this is, a bribe.They …Why are adverts for Uber on here?Because that's what this is, a bribe.They don't pay tax here, they have resisted even paying for people with Corona virus, they don't deserve people's money.They certainly don't support the NHS..You have a choice, start making the right one..


The drivers are (for now at least) self-employed contractors, Uber are just a marketplace that links them up with the customers. Any uber driver who's off ill with coronavirus is therefore eligible for the the governments self employed grant scheme. It's no different than someone who is for example selling stuff on ebay or amazon falling ill. Ebay and amazon, like uber, are just the technology providers linking the seller/driver to the customer.
Edited by: "S1027" 7th Apr
S102707/04/2020 15:10

The drivers are (for now at least) self-employed contractors, Uber are …The drivers are (for now at least) self-employed contractors, Uber are just a marketplace that links them up with the customers. Any uber driver who's off ill with coronavirus is therefore eligible for the the governments self employed grant scheme. It's no different than someone who is for example selling stuff on ebay or amazon falling ill. Ebay and amazon, like uber, are just the technology providers linking the seller/driver to the customer.


And they are also "just" the companies who avoid paying for out infrastructure, our NHS, spending millions on lawyers trying to avoid paying minimum wage, holidays, sick pay.
It's all well and good calling it the gig economy and people having choice, but what it really is, is slave labour.. with no benefits.
winchman07/04/2020 15:47

And they are also "just" the companies who avoid paying for out …And they are also "just" the companies who avoid paying for out infrastructure, our NHS, spending millions on lawyers trying to avoid paying minimum wage, holidays, sick pay. It's all well and good calling it the gig economy and people having choice, but what it really is, is slave labour.. with no benefits.


Because they're not paying anyone, like I said they're just the technology platform linking the customer to the self-employed drivers. To go back to the eBay seller analogy, you can't go to eBay and request they pay you because you didn't make minimum wage when selling an item on there, they're just the middle man. It's the same as any other self-employed role.
Edited by: "S1027" 7th Apr
S102707/04/2020 15:58

Because they're not paying anyone, like I said they're just the technology …Because they're not paying anyone, like I said they're just the technology platform linking the customer to the self-employed drivers. To go back to the eBay seller analogy, you can't go to eBay and request they pay you because you didn't make minimum wage when selling an item on there, they're just the middle man. It's the same as any other self-employed role.


Perhaps we should call the prime minister self employed, and avoid paying him right now...

Come on, be realistic...
This code doesnt work
winchman07/04/2020 16:21

Perhaps we should call the prime minister self employed, and avoid paying …Perhaps we should call the prime minister self employed, and avoid paying him right now...Come on, be realistic...


So do you believe eBay/Amazon should be required to pay minimum wage and sick pay to anyone who sells on their platform? If not what's the difference, they're technology platforms linking customers and people that are self-employed.
Edited by: "S1027" 8th Apr
S102708/04/2020 10:56

So do you believe eBay/Amazon should be required to pay minimum wage and …So do you believe eBay/Amazon should be required to pay minimum wage and sick pay to anyone who sells on their platform? If not what's the difference, they're technology platforms linking customers and people that are self-employed.


I presume as a self employed employee they could dictate how much they want people to pay for their taxi?

oh, they can't...

Then they aren't self employed are they...

Do eBay or Amazon tell people using their platform how much to charge?
Edited by: "winchman" 8th Apr
winchman08/04/2020 11:08

I presume as a self employed employee they could dictate how much they …I presume as a self employed employee they could dictate how much they want people to pay for their taxi?oh, they can't...Then they aren't self employed are they...Do eBay or Amazon tell people using their platform how much to charge?


I mean yeah, they're free to do that outside the platform and obtain customers by their own means, in what way does the platform setting the prices they must use on their (that they agree to) make them not self-employed? When food stalls/vans go to some large events (sports for eg.) and get told they have to charge a specific price for certain products (consistent with others at the event/the in house caterers pricing) do they suddenly become employees of the venue?

They're also free to move their prices around between the preset tiers if they think their car is large enough/luxurious enough to meet that tier and their prices are dynamic to the current demand.
Edited by: "S1027" 8th Apr
Ultimately Uber sets the price, not them.
Can the driver refuse a fare without penalty?
Edited by: "winchman" 8th Apr
winchman08/04/2020 11:35

Ultimately Uber sets the price, not them.Can the driver refuse a fare …Ultimately Uber sets the price, not them.Can the driver refuse a fare without penalty?


And like I've pointed out with an example, that's not really a sign of being employed by someone is it.

Yes, drivers are free to refuse a fare without penalty. Penalties/warnings only start getting applied once you start cancelling fares after accepting them excessively.
Edited by: "S1027" 8th Apr
The European court decided that, without its help, the non-professional drivers “wouldn’t be led to provide transport services” and the riders wouldn’t use these services. That, in the ECJ’s opinion, makes Uber’s intermediation part of a broader transport service.

Maybe best to take it up with them...

Uber is a transport company and as such the drivers are employees.

The judge said the firm "exercises decisive influence over the conditions under which the drivers provide their service".

Greyball
wired.co.uk/art…app

If you are happy to use a company who uses that amount of deceit, feel free..
Edited by: "winchman" 8th Apr
If they were self employed they would need to be earning probably £20/hour to cover the insurances and holiday pay. As far as I know, they earn no where near that.
On top of that they need to pay for their own car and all the expenses that incurs.
Edited by: "winchman" 8th Apr
winchman08/04/2020 12:46

If they were self employed they would need to be earning probably £20/hour …If they were self employed they would need to be earning probably £20/hour to cover the insurances and holiday pay. As far as I know, they earn no where near that.On top of that they need to pay for their own car and all the expenses that incurs.


It's not a case of if at the moment, Uber drivers are pretty much all currently registered as self-employed in the UK.

You're outlying the issues with it but they're just the issues with being self-employed in general, not specifically why Uber drivers shouldn't be self-employed when other people providing services/a product through an intermediate (I return to the eBay example) are. Not setting their own prices don't hold up because there are many businesses out there that have their prices regulated despite being a self-employed individual.

Added to that would changing the system really be of benefit the to majority? If Uber have to pay for every hour you decide to offer your services do you think they're going to continue offering entirely flexible working hours?
Edited by: "S1027" 8th Apr
Has the refer a friend thing gone it’s not showing on my app anymore?
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