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Uber Eats Removes Flat Delivery Fees

6 days ago   |   By Ubergizmo

Uber Eats is the food delivery service that the transportation company runs in dozens of markets across the globe. It lets users easily have food delivered from their favorite restaurants. Customers first have to pay for their order itself and then there's also a flat $4.99 delivery fee in the U.S. They often have to pay for surge pricing as well if it's a really busy time. Uber has now decided to change the cost structure a bit and it has removed the flat delivery fee.
So while customers won't have to pay a flat fee anymore, they will have to pay a delivery fee nonetheless. The company...
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