IDKWNTHTB: DoorDash vs Uber Eats | Fri Sep 3, 2021

I don’t know who needs to hear this, but…

Michael P Wright
2 min readSep 3, 2021

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Since I started full-time classes (online temporarily due to COVID) at NSS * , I’ve been using delivery for breakfast. Why? Because this stuff is hard, and I don’t want to miss a minute of live instruction. My experience with delivery ordering hasn’t varied much, but there is a significant difference in two major delivery.

I don’t know who needs to know this, but Uber Eats drops way more coupons and specials. It’s not even close. I’m not knocking you if you have a favorite. I’m just letting you know that one seems a little more generous with savings than the others.

If you use either or want to try either, please use my referral codes below:

Try Uber Eats

Add this code at checkout:

eats-michaelw36423ue

Or, click the link below to signup and start a delivery order:

Try DoorDash

Click the link below to signup and start a delivery order:

Specials going at the time of this post

Uber Eats — Get $20 off your first order with a $25 minimum order

DoorDash — New signup’s get $10 off each of their first 3 orders

THANK YOU

Thanks for using my referral links! I enjoy being compensated when I brag on businesses.

Also, if you signup, checkout their referral programs. You’ll notice — as I did, this morning — Uber Eats makes accessing your referral information a lot easier than DoorDash. Uber Eats allows you to access your referral information from the app or web browser and gives you a unique referral code that can be added during checkout. With DoorDash, you can only access and send referral information from within the DoorDash mobile app. Another negative for DoorDash is that your referral link is a Short Link(also called shortened URL) DoorDash generates for you.

*NSS stands for Nashville Software Software where I’m attending the Front-End Web Designer/Developer Bootcamp course.

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Michael P Wright

Michael P Wright is a Content Creator, Retired USAF Cyber Guy, Black American Dad, and Tech Early Adopter.