Free Grubhub+ Membership For Rest of 2021 (Targeted)

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Grubhub is offering free Grubhub+ membership for the rest of 2021 (usually $9.99 a month) – and Seamless+ – for targeted customers, although many others will still get 30 days of free Grubhub+ membership. In addition, this offer does not require a credit card and will NOT auto-renew at the end of the period. Hat tip to Dansdeals. Grubhub+ includes:

  • Unlimited free delivery from from nearly 200,000 restaurants ($12 minimum order).
  • 10% back on pickup orders. Earn 10% back in GH+ Cash on eligible pickup orders to use towards your next pickup order.
  • Exclusive member discounts featuring free food, dollars-off and more from popular restaurants.

You might also be able to get a free Grubhub+ membership via the free Lyft Pink membership (reg. $199 a year) included free with the Chase Sapphire Reserve card. This adds another potentially valuable perk to offset that high annual fee. Once you have both Lyft Pink and Grubhub accounts, link them together and activate here.

If you have not joined Grubhub yet, you can first get $10 off your first Grubhub order of $15+ if you join via my referral link. I will get food credits as well. Thanks if you use it!

Finally, get up to 11% cash back on your first Grubhub order and 2% cash back on future orders via Rakuten app. (You must order via their app.) The fact that Rakuten gives cash back on Grubhub purchases make it an easy way to trigger the $30 bonus for new Rakuten users.

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Comments

  1. Are food prices higher when you order through Grubhub compared to ordering directly thru the restaurant? That’s what I don’t like about these food ordering apps, hidden ways they try to rip you off.

    • Definitely higher at some places. I think it’s up to each restaurant to set the prices however they wish. I rarely if ever order without a coupon or promo.

      I honestly don’t know how all these apps intend to make money long term. (Have any, ever?) The person picking up your food is going to want to make $15 an hour on top of car costs, and it’s got to come from somewhere.

      • I heard these apps charge restaurants 30% on delivery and 15% on pickup, so restaurants pass on those costs to the consumer. Some apps like Wendy’s and my local pizza shop have the same prices, but you don’t get any rewards or deals you would get with Wendy’s app. I think these apps will go drone delivery one day and fire all the drivers, so they are just trying to grab market share for now.

        Have you checked out GetUpside app? It gives additional cashback on some places and gas. I have 34% cashback on my local Qdoba, 3% H-mart, 22% ben and jerry, 18% smoothie king, upto 15 cents cashback per gallon on gas. Doesn’t work with delivery apps though, just credit or debit purchases. AFF20 code for extra 20 cents per gallon on your first purchase. I use gasbuddy to find cheapest gas and then getupside for extra cashback since finding cheapest gas is kinda a pain on getupside. Gotta take advantage of all these piss-away-investor-money companies before they go out of business XD

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