Uber Eats Tests $9.99 Subscription for Free Unlimited Food Delivery
New feature would allow company to compete with others already offering subscriptions
Uber Eats is testing a subscription service that would give subscribers free unlimited food delivery for $9.99 a month, reports TechCrunch. The delivery fee, which is usually 15% of orders over $5, could save frequent users a lot per month, even if they only order a couple of times. Uber Eats hasnít disclosed the service, or confirmed its existence, but reverse-engineering specialist Jane Manchun Wong found Uber Eats Pass in the code of an Android app. She shared this image with TechCrunch:
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