Are you tired of cooking but have had bad experiences with ordering takeout? Don’t worry, we have all been there! Try new meals with hassle-free delivery when you download these food delivery apps for free. Turn off your ovens, relax, and enjoy the pleasure of online delivery food services for your next meal!
It couldn’t get simpler. All you need to do is download the free app on your mobile device, enter your location, and Grubhub will show what is in your area! You can find any cuisine you are in the mood for. Depending on the restaurant and order amount, the delivery fee will vary. For $10 a month you are able to have unlimited free deliveries.
Similar to Grubhub, Doordash also allows you to order from any local restaurant. Each fee varies depending on the restaurant. The price is the cost of your meal plus tax, delivery fee, and of course an optional tip. DashPass is a $10 monthly subscription that provides all orders with no delivery fee. DoorDash is available in over 800 cities in the U.S and even Canada!
You might be wondering why this app sounds so familiar. Uber created an app specifically for food delivery! If you use Uber to deliver you and your friends’ places, UberEats is worth checking out. Delivery is available in over 500 cities and in 24 countries. UberEats charges a 15% service fee. You can subscribe to the $10 a month Eat Pass that gives you free delivery and 5% off all orders over $15.00.
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This app is a little different from all the others. You can get so much more than food, and there are some cool features worth using. When ordering with Postmates you are able to choose if you would like delivery, pickup, or party. You can have your order delivered or you can choose to pick up your order when it is ready to go so you can avoid the delivery fee. The party tab comes with no delivery fee, like a pickup, but may just take a little longer to arrive since the driver may have a few orders to drop off before yours.
Which delivery service will you be trying first?