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Posted by admin on January 7, 2021
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If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that food delivery service apps are the real deal and are the future of takeout. With so many people staying at home to try to control the spread of Covid-19, more restaurants partnered with delivery apps to bring their delicious cuisine right to your door. It helped keep local places in business and brought a new level of convenience to everyone. 

Haven’t tried food delivery for yourself yet? Here are a few of the top apps to try. 


DoorDash is an on-demand food delivery service that doesn’t require any type of subscription, just a $5.99 delivery fee with every order. They deliver from all of your favorite chains, plus a few local restaurants. Click here to see what you can have brought to your address and to download the app. 


Delivery fees from GrubHub vary by restaurant. You can download the app here and find your favorite places to order from. 

Uber Eats

If you already use Uber for ride sharing, there’s a chance you’ve heard of Uber Eats. Get the app here and see which local restaurants as well as chains can bring food to your address. Delivery fees start at $4.99 and may increase based on distance. 


Not only does Postamtes deliver food from your favorite restaurants, you can also have groceries and select retail items delivered to you as well! Join Postmates for $9.99 per month to get free delivery on any order of $20 or more. If you’d rather opt out of the subscription, delivery fees vary from $1.99-9.99 per order.  


If you’d rather cook your own meal but don’t want to venture out to the grocery store, check out Instacart. There are subscription options as well as different delivery fees based on the order and location, but they serve many of your favorite grocery stores and shoppers stay in contact with you throughout the trip to ensure they are selecting the exact products you need. 

Don’t forget to tip your delivery drivers no matter which service you use! It’s worth a few extra dollars to be able to stay home and it shows your appreciation for them going out in public on your behalf. 

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