Uber has been aggressively rolling out UberEATS over the past few months and many drivers have e-mailed us with questions. Today, contributor Ezra Dubroff shines some light on what it’s like to actually deliver food with UberEATS and how much money you can make.
How to drive for Uber Eats: If you’d like to get your UberEATS bonus, click here to sign up. If you’re interested in UberEats delivery then you might also be interested in signing up to deliver for Postmates and Doordash. See a full list of sign-up bonuses and incentives for rideshare drivers and delivery services here.
Driving for UberEats: My Experience
Like so many things in life, food delivery is going the way of the app. The days of calling in delivery orders and waiting on hold are fading quickly as many folks would now prefer the convenience of ordering dinner through an app. Uber is continuing to expand its UberEATS food delivery business, and that means a lot of new opportunities for us drivers in the rideshare industry.
But what’s it like to deliver food instead of passengers? And can we actually make money if we drive for uber eats? I fired up my app and set out to explore these questions. Let’s see what I discovered! If you’re not yet familiar with UberEATS, be sure to check out my previous post: An Intro Guide To UberEATS. That guide covers the basics of signing up and getting started. In this post, I’ll tell you about my experiences of actually going out and delivering for UberEATS on a recent Saturday.
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