We’re back with our final installment of Instacart in 2018, a series of posts in which we sent RSG contributor Dash Bridges to cover what it’s like delivering with Instacart. Part III of his series on Instacart, Dash covers what everyone wants to know: how much did he earn working for Instacart?
Earlier this year, I tried working for Instacart to see how it compared to my DoorDash experience. I wrote about my onboarding experience here. In summary, the app and attention to detail impressed me. The $12.50/hr guarantee did not.
My next article described my first shift, including shopping for food, pre-shopped pickups, challenges and other observations. In my first 4.5 hour shift, I averaged $15.53/hr. Not great, but hey, just my first time.
So now, finally, please allow me to wrap up the loose ends of my Instacart story. As with all of my articles, the ONLY payment I’ll receive for this writing is from the Rideshare Guy. I’m not a corporate shill and I don’t have any conflicts of interest. Without further ado…
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