Considering working for and driving for multiple delivery apps like Uber Eats, Postmates, Doordash, Grubhub, and Caviar at the same time? It can be a profitable way to make more money in between, in addition to, or instead of rideshare driving like Uber and Lyft. Today, RSG contributor Ezra Dubroff outlines a typical day of driving for multiple delivery apps, including his total payout (how much money he made).
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As an independent contractor in the rideshare and delivery world, my approach to the work has always been “how can I make maximum cash by leveraging multiple apps?” Previously, I wrote about my favorite delivery apps and provided some background on the driver experience for GrubHub, DoorDash, UberEATS and others. Be sure to check out that post to learn the basics and then come back here to see how we can apply that information to real-world situations.
When I log into any rideshare or delivery app, I’m sent requests for rides or delivery jobs. What many drivers fail to take advantage of is the fact that we’re not obligated to accept those requests. Sure, some apps have incentives tied to accepting a certain percentage of orders, but in my experience, I often do better by freestyling and being selective about which requests I choose to accept.