Grubhub: $20 off $20+ For New Customers (Now $7 off $15)

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(Update: At least for some folks, the promotion has been reduced to $7 off $15.)

grubhubHere’s a Grubhub promotion that will get you $20 off your first $20+ food delivery order. You must agree to accept promotional e-mails.

*Valid for first time Grubhub users only (per person and per email address). For one-time use only. Cannot be combined with other discounts. To redeem, enter code at checkout on Grubhub’s website and app (cannot be combined with cash), and $20 will be taken off of minimum orders of $20, before tax, tip and delivery fee. Only valid on personal (non-corporate) accounts. Offer expires at 3:00am ET on March 1, 2019.

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  1. Scott Guirlinger says:

    It would appear that this promotion has already been “downgraded”. Or maybe it’s location specific. This is what I see:

    $7 off is waiting!
    Get the tastiest foods in your neighborhood delivered directly to your door, and dress it up with a delicious $7 off your first order of $15+.*

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