Become a Grubhub Driver and deliver customers the food they love from their favorite restaurants. With the largest restaurant and diner network, Grubhub offers more opportunities to make money on your own schedule.
Why drive with Grubhub?
MAKE GREAT MONEY
Earn competitive money and keep 100% of your tips as a Grubhub delivery person.
WORK WHEN YOU WANT
Work part time, full time or in your spare time. You can schedule your hours in advance or have the flexibility to deliver on short notice. Create a schedule that works for you!
BE YOUR OWN BOSS
Grubhub for Drivers is built to help you earn — make deliveries, track your hours, see how much you’ve made and manage your schedule.
NO CAR NEEDED
Whether you’re a driver, biker or delivering on your moped, the Grubhub for Drivers app was built to help you succeed.
EASY SIGN UP
Download the Grubhub for Drivers app and sign up to work at driver.grubhub.com. We’ll walk you through each step along the way.
MORE ORDERS, MORE OPPORTUNITIES TO EARN
Grubhub has the largest restaurant and diner network of any other food delivery platform.
Grubhub drivers are earning money in cities across the US, including: Albany, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Bridgeport, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Hartford, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, Nashville, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, St. Louis, Sacramento, Tampa, Washington DC … and many more.
Various bug fixes to keep your app running smoothly
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I deliver for you all in Ga market (Macon) but lately I have noticed I’m getting orders to pick up and drop off in another region and you all are paying as if I’m in that region. I also noticed you are paying less delivery fee some of $1.00 and then the mileage is like not even 50 cents. It’s more like .10 a mile from where I’m at to the restaurant and customers house I can be 20 miles round trip and yet I am only getting paid just to go to the restaurant. You guys need to not penalize us for dropping blocks and or decline orders because it doesn’t make sense to pay $4 for a delivery and we have to wait. If we have a order and “someone else gets the food or it gets cancelled” you guys should pay the driver for driving there something because we drive for you all and we never know if it gets picked up or cancelled until we are there or heading that way pay us something. If you want us to deliver out of region don’t mark us absent or tell us we are out of region because you all sent us out of region to do a delivery on behalf of you guys! And get rid of the status primmer pro and partner it makes no sense because we all have to decline orders from time to time when you want us to pick up and drop off out of area.
I appreciate how Grubhub Offers a pay incentive if you just accept most orders that come your way! It’s cool and I think probably works best in locations that have very strong demand and lots of schedule need. For me - after having done thousands of deliveries in two states and learned the craft - Grubhub shines so far above the rest because they have complete transparency to decide whether to do an order or not. The way customers tip ahead for great service stands alone. The key to a working sharing system is this, the ability for every worker to have control over the work accepted. No other platform I can work for in my markets does this, and they ought to. The end result is that customers get excellent service from someone who is delivering to them because they know the area and decided to accept the order based on its value. Uber doesn’t get this, they are the worst. They float on middle to low end revolving door of customers and contractors. I call that bottom lining. It means there is little retention to have experienced deliverers or loyal customers. They just use it once in a while if they have to. Not the case with Grubhub because they are doing this right.
Drove over an hour, order was cancelled, was compensated nothing.
I’m from Philadelphia. I received a late order for New Jersey, for popeyes, which was 35 minutes away. I crossed state lines, paid a toll, drive there, only for the restaurant to be long closed, then for the order to be cancelled altogether. I’m then 35 minutes + another toll away from my delivery region. When I called support, they didn’t say much and then transferred me to another support member, who then apologized, before falling into silence as well. I said, “what happens now? No response. I say, “I drove really far to get here, and now I’m out both money and time, and us drivers don’t make much to begin with. Our time is a commodity.” He says that there’s nothing he can do. I tell him that doordash offers drivers half of the rate for miscommunications that clearly aren’t the driver’s fault. He then says there’s no payment or compensation that can be made. The customer service was horrible. I had to take the lead as no one else was speaking or saying anything of substance.
I DO NOT recommend driving for grubhub. Horrible customer service, when they give you late orders they don’t notify the customer, so you have an angry customer on your hands that thinks the tardiness is your fault, and the rates are horrible. Go drive for uber eats, doordash, postmates, but not grubhub. I’ve never had a worthwhile experience. This system needs a big Change up.
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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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