Uber Eats UAE waives delivery fee

Customers won't pay a delivery charge when ordering from nearby restaurants

Uber Eats UAE has waived its delivery fee for local restaurants
Uber Eats UAE has waived its delivery fee for local restaurants

With more people turning to delivery than ever due to self-isolation measures in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Uber Eats has chosen to waive its delivery charge in the UAE.

Applicable for all ‘local restaurants’, which are outlets close to the customer, delivery fees have been waived until further notice according to an in-app notification.

Delivery fees still apply for restaurants further away from consumers.

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