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Since we’re all pretty used to getting our favorite meals delivered at home, Uber Eats free delivery offers are precious commodities. We can get the best restaurant foods without having to change out of our sweats.

All you have to do is download the Uber Eats app (iOS / Android) to get free Uber Eats offers, free delivery, and discounts, which you can use at countless restaurants in your area, and we’ll show you how to find all the best Uber Eats promos and even details on Uber One.

And if you love saving, then you should totally download the KCL app, too!

Here are 17 tips to help you save on Uber Eats delivery:


1. My promo code gives new Uber Eats customers $20 off — but make sure you use it on your FIRST order.

iphone screen showing exclusive KCL uber eats coupon code

So if you’ve never used Uber Eats before, here’s what you do:

  • Sign up for a free Uber Eats account.
  • Put in the promo code EATS-JOANIED156UI in the Account/Promotions section in the app.
  • Use the “$20 off your first $25 order” credit.

2. Or use promo code NEW23EATS for $25 off your first two Uber Eats orders.

This only works for first time customers, but if you have an account and your partner has one as well, you could in theory use it twice.


3. Watch for Uber Eats promo codes during holidays.

Someone looking at the Uber Eats Valentine's Day Starbucks offer on a phone in front of their Starbucks delivery order

For example, on Valentine’s Day you could use VDAY50OFF to get a 50% discount on your Starbucks order through Uber Eats. I also saw a 15% off promo code for Super Bowl Sunday (new customers only).


4. Use code PIONEERS50 for 50% off your Uber Eats order.

This one is set to expire soon, but I’m including it as an example of an Uber Eats promo code that’s for existing users. Typically promo codes favor new sign-ups, but every now and then, I see one that’s for everyone.


5. Sign up for Uber One to get Uber Eats free delivery for a month.

woman on a phone looking at the uber one pass page

Uber One (formerly known as Uber Eats Pass) is a subscription service that’ll get you Uber Eats free delivery on restaurant orders of $15 or more or grocery orders of $30 or more. It’ll also discount most of your restaurant orders and Uber rides by 5%.

Uber One costs $9.99/month or $99.99/year, but they offer a free 30-day trial for you to try out the service.

TIP: DoorDash has a similar kind of subscription called the DashPass, which offers free delivery on orders of $12 or more. DashPass costs $9.99/month and has a 30-day free trial. If you’re looking for more ways to save on DoorDash, we know all the ways to get DoorDash coupons and how to use them.


6. The Uber One subscription is only worth it if you order Uber Eats at least twice a month.

You’d normally pay $4 – $8 for Uber Eats delivery (depending on your location), so if you order twice in a month, your Uber One subscription will pay for itself.

TIP: You can cancel your Uber One subscription anytime by going into the “Uber One subscription” page on your account settings. You’ll maintain the benefits till the end of your billing period, but if you cancel during the trial, the benefits will halt immediately.



7. Get 5% off Uber Eats gift cards when you use your Target RedCard.

A person's hand holding their RedCard in front of wall display of gift cards for stores, restaurants, and more inside a Target.

The Target RedCard is a branded debit card that connects to your checking account, and when you use it at Target and Target.com, you’ll get 5% off your purchases. That includes Uber Eats gift cards. This is just one of the many benefits of having a Target RedCard.

If you don’t have a Target RedCard, you can get a 2% discount on Uber Eats gift cards when you order off Raise.com.

TIP: You can use Uber, Uber Eats, and Postmates gift cards on your Uber Eats account (and vice versa).


8. Get up to a 2% discount on Uber and Uber Eats gift cards when you buy through Raise.com.


You can use Uber, Uber Eats, and Postmates gift cards on your Uber Eats account. On Raise.com, you can get Uber gift cards and Uber Eats gift cards for up to a 2% discount.

TIP: If you’re a part of the Verizon Up Rewards, you’ll often see Uber gift cards you can redeem for your monthly reward. All you need to do to get these rewards is have a Verizon phone plan and join up on the Verizon app.


9. Use the Uber Eats referral program to get you and your friends a $15 Uber Eats coupon.

In the Account section of the app, click the “Invite Friends” link. You’ll then find a special referral code that you can pass along to someone else. When they sign up, they get $15 off their first order of $25 or more, and you get an additional $15 off a minimum purchase of $25. Not a bad deal.


10. Use the promos for Uber Eats free delivery when you opt for pickup.

Two phones, one showing the pickup options for Uber Eats and the other showing a $5 off $20 promotion for Chipotle

An easy way to skip the Uber Eats delivery fee is to choose to pick up instead of delivery. That way, you can still use the Uber Eats promo codes and coupons, like $5 off a $20 purchase, on your order without having to pay for delivery fees. Make your coupons go further.

TIP: You can order convenience store items like toilet paper, bandages, and over-the-counter medication when you limit your search to “Convenience” in Uber Eats.


11. Uber Eats has flash sales — find the $0 Delivery Fee Countdown on the app.

Uber Eats countdown on an iPhone

You don’t have to have Uber One to get free Uber Eats delivery.

When you’re scrolling through the Uber Eats app, you’ll stumble on the section “$0 Delivery Fee Countdown.” This gives you a list of eight random restaurants in your area that are offering free delivery right now.

$0 Delivery Fee Countdown gives you up to fifteen minutes to order from their list of restaurants and get free delivery. The section refreshes when the countdown is done and gives you a new timer and set of restaurants to choose from — and it’s available 24/7.

Note: If you have Uber One, you won’t be able to see this page.


12. Don’t miss out on the Deals page to save up to $5 on $20+ orders or get a free food item with purchase.

The Deals page of the Uber Eats app showing an offer for a free item with a $15 purchase from Taco Bell

Uber Eats has an entire section dedicated to daily deals. You just need to switch the “Deals” toggle on when you are searching for restaurants. Here are some of the offers we got:

  • Spend $20 and save $5
  • Get a free food item when you spend $20
  • Spend $15 and save $3
  • $0 delivery fee when you spend $10 (Uber Eats free delivery)

These restaurant offers rotate every day, so you can order something different and save.



13. Here’s how you can get an Uber Eats refund.


We get it. Sometimes your order is wrong or you were missing an item. But Uber Eats will sometimes give you Uber Cash credit that you can use on your account if either of those things happens. Here’s what you need to do to get that credit:

  1. Click on the “previous orders” icon at the bottom of the app.
  2. Select which order needs a refund.
  3. Rate your experience and driver.
  4. Explain what went wrong with your delivery and add any extra comments.

In my experience, Uber Eats customer service isn’t super receptive — not like DoorDash’s — so expect a partial refund, not a full refund.


14. No matter what, you can’t escape taxes or service fees.

Two phones, one displaying an Uber Eats checkout screen with the total including fees, and the other displaying the order receipt

I placed an order for $31.76 worth of food at a local Mediterranean restaurant, and although an Uber Eats Pass promo took $30 off the total, I still had to pay $1.91 in sales tax (which varies by state, of course) and Uber Eats’ 15% service fee (which is universal).

Delivery was free — because I had the Eats Pass — and after a 10% tip, I still ended up paying $10.73 in fees out of pocket. But still: less than $11 for $40 worth of food — delivered? OH YES.


15. There is no Uber Eats student discount.

college student sitting in grass on campus on laptop

If you’re looking for a student discount for Uber Eats, you’re out of luck. You can find Uber Eats promo codes like $20 off a $40 order that is only accessible for students if they have a UNiDAYS account, but there are no ongoing college student deals.

We do know all the best college student discounts and freebies that you can get with your student ID.

TIP: Uber Eats doesn’t offer military, senior, or teacher discounts. But we know all the best military discounts, senior discounts, and teacher discounts that you should be using.


16. You can order alcohol from Uber Eats when you show your ID to your delivery driver.

An Uber Eats delivery driver handing a bag to a customer

You can order alcohol from Uber Eats, but you will need to show your driver’s license or passport that confirms that you’re 21+ to your driver before the driver can dispense the alcohol to you.

If you cancel your order at any time, you’ll have to pay a $15 restocking fee.

(The only states that do NOT offer alcohol through Uber Eats are Alabama, Delaware, Kentucky, Mississippi, Rhode Island, and Utah.)


17. Order delivery from your favorite restaurants from New York, L.A., Miami, & San Francisco.

an uber eats delivery man on a bike with an uber eats backpack

Uber Eats was generally for local restaurants, but now you can order from restaurants in New York, L.A., Miami, and San Francisco. They are still testing this new feature, so you can only order from select restaurants right now:

Los Angeles

  • Bludso’s BBQ
  • Gotta Have S’More
  • Dreamy Creations
  • Western Bagel
  • Lala’s Argentine Grill
  • Lette Macarons
  • The Pie Hole

New York

  • Sarge’s Deli
  • Juice Press
  • Wafels & Dinges


  • Sergio’s
  • George Stone Crab
  • Doggi’s Arepa Bar
  • Sabores Market

San Francisco

  • La Fromagerie
  • Stirred, not Shaken
How to Get Uber Eats Free Delivery Plus Discounts