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NoMoreE46
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Grubhub + free for one year via Amazon Prime

I just signed up for this promo thru my prime account. 

After the free 12 months, you get billed at $9.99 monthly.

 

 

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IntegerIntrovert
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Re: Grubhub + free for one year via Amazon Prime

FWIW, this offer has been availible for some time now.  I signed up when it launched and heavily used it.  They then extended the free membership for year two..

 

 



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NoMoreE46
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Re: Grubhub + free for one year via Amazon Prime

Thanks & Excellent.  
Maybe Amazon will have USPS deliver prepared food as well now!

 

 

 

 

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markbeiser
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@NoMoreE46 wrote:

Thanks & Excellent.  
Maybe Amazon will have USPS deliver prepared food as well now!

 

 

 

 


 



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ptatohed
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So, I have a question that will make me look stupid (well, stupider).  Willing to take the chance to get the answer, lol.  So, we rarely do delivery, we typically dine out or do pick up.  But it's not unheard of that we will do delivery.  But, when I do, I simply use the restaurant's app or website and choose delivery.  It gets to my house!  So, I am confused with what Grubhub, Uber Eats, DoorDash, etc. does for you?  What am I missing?  Why would one pay $9.99 / mo for Grubhub?  Thanks!  

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NoMoreE46
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Re: Grubhub + free for one year via Amazon Prime


@ptatohed wrote:

So, I have a question that will make me look stupid (well, stupider).  Willing to take the chance to get the answer, lol.  So, we rarely do delivery, we typically dine out or do pick up.  But it's not unheard of that we will do delivery.  But, when I do, I simply use the restaurant's app or website and choose delivery.  It gets to my house!  So, I am confused with what Grubhub, Uber Eats, DoorDash, etc. does for you?  What am I missing?  Why would one pay $9.99 / mo for Grubhub?  Thanks!  



Not a stupid question.  

While most pizza shops offer delivery, a lot of other restaurants don't.  Think like McDonalds (yep)   Chick Fil A,  PF Changs, Ben and Jerry's.

 

Some also will deliver OTC medicine from CVS and the like as well.

 

Also, for those without a vehicle, this service is a very nice option at $10 monthly.

 

 

 

 

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ptatohed
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@NoMoreE46 wrote:

@ptatohed wrote:

So, I have a question that will make me look stupid (well, stupider).  Willing to take the chance to get the answer, lol.  So, we rarely do delivery, we typically dine out or do pick up.  But it's not unheard of that we will do delivery.  But, when I do, I simply use the restaurant's app or website and choose delivery.  It gets to my house!  So, I am confused with what Grubhub, Uber Eats, DoorDash, etc. does for you?  What am I missing?  Why would one pay $9.99 / mo for Grubhub?  Thanks!  



Not a stupid question.  

While most pizza shops offer delivery, a lot of other restaurants don't.  Think like McDonalds (yep)   Chick Fil A,  PF Changs, Ben and Jerry's.

 

Some also will deliver OTC medicine from CVS and the like as well.

 

Also, for those without a vehicle, this service is a very nice option at $10 monthly.

 

 

 

 


Got it, thanks NM46!  Appreciate it.  

I do see McDelivery in my McDs app, I just haven't tried it yet.  Smiley Happy  

 

 

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Slabenstein
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@ptatohed wrote:

@NoMoreE46 wrote:

@ptatohed wrote:

So, I have a question that will make me look stupid (well, stupider).  Willing to take the chance to get the answer, lol.  So, we rarely do delivery, we typically dine out or do pick up.  But it's not unheard of that we will do delivery.  But, when I do, I simply use the restaurant's app or website and choose delivery.  It gets to my house!  So, I am confused with what Grubhub, Uber Eats, DoorDash, etc. does for you?  What am I missing?  Why would one pay $9.99 / mo for Grubhub?  Thanks!  



Not a stupid question.  

While most pizza shops offer delivery, a lot of other restaurants don't.  Think like McDonalds (yep)   Chick Fil A,  PF Changs, Ben and Jerry's.

 

Some also will deliver OTC medicine from CVS and the like as well.

 

Also, for those without a vehicle, this service is a very nice option at $10 monthly.

 

 

 

 


Got it, thanks NM46!  Appreciate it.  

I do see McDelivery in my McDs app, I just haven't tried it yet.  Smiley Happy  

 

 


Anymore, most places that offer delivery through their own website end up fullfilling it with something like Grubhub or DoorDash, so you probably have already tried it and just didn't know it.


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ptatohed
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@Slabenstein wrote:

@ptatohed wrote:

@NoMoreE46 wrote:

@ptatohed wrote:

So, I have a question that will make me look stupid (well, stupider).  Willing to take the chance to get the answer, lol.  So, we rarely do delivery, we typically dine out or do pick up.  But it's not unheard of that we will do delivery.  But, when I do, I simply use the restaurant's app or website and choose delivery.  It gets to my house!  So, I am confused with what Grubhub, Uber Eats, DoorDash, etc. does for you?  What am I missing?  Why would one pay $9.99 / mo for Grubhub?  Thanks!  



Not a stupid question.  

While most pizza shops offer delivery, a lot of other restaurants don't.  Think like McDonalds (yep)   Chick Fil A,  PF Changs, Ben and Jerry's.

 

Some also will deliver OTC medicine from CVS and the like as well.

 

Also, for those without a vehicle, this service is a very nice option at $10 monthly.

 

 

 

 


Got it, thanks NM46!  Appreciate it.  

I do see McDelivery in my McDs app, I just haven't tried it yet.  Smiley Happy  

 

 


Anymore, most places that offer delivery through their own website end up fullfilling it with something like Grubhub or DoorDash, so you probably have already tried it and just didn't know it.


I totally agree with you.  I'm not oblivious to that.  But I'm not paying $10 / mo for it either.  Smiley Happy  

I don't ask what's in my hotdogs and I don't ask how my food delivery got to my house - just that it does get there!  Smiley Very Happy  

 

 

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NoMoreE46
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Re: Grubhub + free for one year via Amazon Prime


@ptatohed wrote:   I totally agree with you.  I'm not oblivious to that.  But I'm not paying $10 / mo for it either.  Smiley Happy   I don't ask what's in my hotdogs and I don't ask how my food delivery got to my house - just that it does get there!  Smiley Very Happy  

 

 

In college,  I saw boxes of food being wheeled into the food hall.   The boxes were all labeled: Grade D, but edible.   I asked what was in the  boxes, dude said Hotdogs.  

I stopped eating those prison grade hotdogs and hotdogs in general for a while after that. 

 

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