9 Delivery Services That Bring Food Right to Your Door

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Nowadays, we are all spending much more time in our homes than ever, and it appears that about 28 percent of Americans—almost a third—don’t know how to cook. So, if you are one of them and also tired of canned goods, you should definitely let food delivery services do their job.

Thinking about which food delivery services are still open? We’ve gathered the best food delivery services you can use right now.

Note: While reading this article, please take into consideration its date.

1. DoorDash

This food delivery service is still open in most areas in America. The best part is that DoorDash has one of the largest options of food when we are talking about food delivery services. So, if you want to eat something delicious, DoorDash may be the best choice right now.

Also, you don’t have to worry about the new coronavirus because DoorDash is actually offering no-contact deliveries as an option—meaning that the person who delivers your food will drop off your order at your doorstep. As a bonus, new DoorDash customers will automatically receive $5 of credit towards their account.

2. Uber Eats

Uber Eats application also has an impressive feed of food options. They also company improved their delivery service as a result of the wake of the recent pandemic.

As a matter of fact, Uber Eats is offering free healthy meals to healthcare professionals and first responders who are there for us, helping combat the coronavirus, and it’s waiving delivery fees for some small businesses in some markets too. Hats off to them!

3. Grubhub

This is another popular food delivery service that might be worth taking a look at. The company has officially announced that it will delay referral fees from businesses in the wake of the new coronavirus, which will affect a large number of restaurants around the country.

Grubhub is $9.99 per month, but the trade-off is that right now, during the pandemic, you will actually get unlimited free delivery and 10 percent cashback. Well done, boys!

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