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McDelivery available at participating McDonald's. Value menu and promotional pricing not valid for delivery. Delivery prices may be higher than at restaurants. Delivery fee, service fee and/or small order fee may apply.




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There is no minimum order amount but delivery fees may apply, including a small order fee. In some cases there may be some McDonald's promotions which may require a minimum spend to qualify for the promotion.


The fees associated with delivery can vary, and prices for items ordered via delivery may be higher than at restaurants. Please check the Uber Eats, DoorDash, or Grubhub app or website to learn more about applicable fees associated with delivery.


To determine which McDonald's locations in your area are participating in McDelivery, simply download the Uber Eats App, DoorDash App, or the Grubhub App, input your delivery address, and you will be able to order from participating McDonald's restaurants in your area. Changing the delivery address will also change the available McDonald's restaurants.


DoorDash will support these cities in their efforts to broaden food access by providing $1 million in Community Credits gift cards, proprietary DoorDash data on local food access needs, direct funding for in-kind delivery of charitable food, and DoorDash logistics via Project DASH to meet the unique needs of each community.


While the pandemic shined a light on hunger in the United States, the need for solutions that help people experiencing food insecurity remain. In 2021, more than 34 million people, including 9 million children, faced food insecurity. One driving force of food insecurity are barriers to food access, which can include lack of transit, a disability, as well as work or child care commitments.


DoorDash is committed to working with the Administration and other partners in the public and private sectors to address the urgent needs of people experiencing food insecurity. Leading the discussion around innovative solutions to help solve hunger, DoorDash released a whitepaper, Broadening Food Access Through Innovative Public Policy, outlining the importance of broadening food access through local delivery and other opportunities to expand and invest in anti-hunger programs.


The Amazon home delivery program is intended for Delawareans without transportation or for those who are unable to leave their home to visit local food pantries. Deliveries occur once a month. Non-perishable food boxes are delivered by Amazon and Amazon Flex drivers.


We selected restaurants near each other and about 5 miles from a suburban location. We also examined how delivery to an urban area influenced time and costs. We ordered similarly priced items from all locations in each app to help determine additional fees, and we looked at these services around midday during the week in February.


Uber Eats and Postmates are great options for people who want the most food options and the fastest delivery and don't mind paying for it. Uber bought Postmates in 2020, so both apps are very similar. The main difference is that you can order an Uber in Uber Eats, not Postmates. But you can order food, groceries and even pharmacy items through both apps. Each app also has over 80 food categories you can choose from, including halal and gluten-free.


Uber Eats and Postmates make navigating and ordering from your restaurant easy. When you open the app, there's a search bar near the top of the home screen. You can search for a type of food or a specific restaurant. Menus are also searchable, so you don't have to scroll through the menu, potentially miss what you want and have to scroll through the menu again.


The restaurant cards also show you information, like delivery fees and estimated delivery times, before you checkout, making it easy to see which restaurants will get your food quickly without breaking the bank. Both apps work with over 825,000 restaurants across, according to Business of Apps, which is the most number of restaurants a food delivery service on this list works with.


When we ordered from a suburban area, our expected delivery time for both apps was faster than any of the other apps on this list, at 25 to 40 minutes. However, the apps also charged a combined $9.49 for delivery and service fees for my order, the highest of any other apps on this list.


When we ordered from an urban area, our expected delivery time was between 10 to 15 minutes for a restaurant nearby or 35 to 50 minutes for a restaurant about 25 minutes away. The service fees were $3.75 across the board, making these orders cheaper than orders to our suburban location.


Out of all the food delivery service apps on this list, Grubhub is the easiest to find restaurants that offer deals and rewards. Other apps might display a deal over a restaurant's title card, but Grubhub has a tab near the bottom of your screen called Rewards. This tab shows you all the nearby and national restaurant deals, and it shows you rewards for certain restaurants, like if you order three times from a specific restaurant, you can earn a $15 credit.


When using this app in an urban area, our service fees were between $5.39 and $6.99, and our estimated delivery time was between 25 to 35 minutes for a restaurant 15 minutes away and 35 to 45 minutes for a restaurant 25 minutes away. Grubhub's service fees for delivery to an urban location are noticeably higher than service fees for the same order on Uber Eats/Postmates.


DoorDash lets you order things like beauty products, pet supplies and alcohol, in addition to food and groceries, through the app. There's also a Shipping option on the home screen that lets you order food from partnered restaurants nationwide. So if you live in California and crave Chicago-style pizza, you can order an actual pizza from Chicago -- just don't expect your pizza for a few days.


Delivery and service fees for our order from a suburban location were $8.99, which puts it just below Uber Eats/Postmates. Our order's estimated delivery time was 40 minutes, which isn't bad, but there are quicker options.


In urban areas, service fees were between $3 for restaurants across the street and $3.99 for restaurants 25 minutes away, sometimes without any delivery fees. Estimated delivery times were between 16 minutes for restaurants nearby and 36 minutes for further out restaurants, which means if you live in an urban area, you would save more money with DoorDash than with Grubhub.


Toast Takeout can help you support the local restaurants you know and love. Food delivery services usually charge commission fees that some restaurant owners have said hurt their businesses. Toast Takeout, however, doesn't charge these commission fees. That means if you order food from a local restaurant featured on the app, more of your money goes towards supporting the restaurant.


Toast Takeout isn't as robust as other apps on this list. The home screen, for example, doesn't have carousels or sections to dive into quickly, but rather shows you restaurants the app partners with. The app is also automatically set to Pickup instead of Delivery, which might influence which restaurant you order from. And some restaurants on the app only allow Pickup, which means you may need to filter through results to find what you're looking for. Toast Takeout partners with about 74,000 restaurants, which means you might have limited delivery options depending on where you are.


In a suburban location, our order's delivery fee was $7 despite having no commission fees. Our order's estimated delivery time was 44 minutes, which was higher than the average for other services on this list.


However, Toast Takeout didn't have many ASAP delivery options available in our urban location. One option also had a $7 delivery fee, and the estimated delivery time was 55 minutes, longer than using this app in a suburban area and longer than any other in-city delivery times.


You might have fewer options to choose from with Toast Takeout -- and some delivery options might not be available at all -- but if you use this app, you know more of your money will support families and businesses in your community.


These might be our favorite food delivery services, but that doesn't mean you have to pick just one. Unless you sign up for a rewards program, these services are free, so you can download and use each of these apps. You can check which service is cheapest and fastest for you in your area by downloading each. You can also download apps that compare these food delivery services for you so you aren't switching back and forth between apps.


Many restaurants also have their own apps or websites you can order from directly, which could save you money on service fees. If you choose to pick up your food from these restaurants, that could save you money on delivery fees, too, but that also applies to each of the above food delivery apps. You could also get your food quicker if you choose pickup rather than delivery, as pickup times are usually about 15 minutes.


When many Americans sheltered in their homes early in the coronavirus pandemic, meal delivery sales reached new heights. Consumer transaction data shows that in April 2020, combined sales for major meal delivery services grew 162 percent year-over-year and 59 percent compared to the previous month. Despite new macroeconomic challenges such as rising food prices, competition from dine-in restaurants, and increased fuel costs, the meal delivery industry as a whole is continuing to see some growth, though at much lower rates than those pandemic peaks. Our data reveals that in February 2023, sales for major meal delivery services grew 9 percent year-over-year, collectively.


Grubhub and its other third-party delivery subsidiaries, which include Seamless, Eat24, and Tapingo, came in at 9 percent of U.S. meal delivery consumer spending in February 2023. (Purchases made through LevelUp, which Grubhub acquired in late 2018, are not included in our analysis. Neither are college student meal plan purchases made through Tapingo.) Grubhub was acquired by Just Eat Takeaway in June 2021. 041b061a72


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