Uber Eats launches in Tauranga

The food-delivery service is set to be a game-changer. Supplied image.

Foodies from throughout Tauranga will be satisfied for days with a wide range of delicious and distinct culinary choices now available at the touch of a fingertip.

Uber Eats, an online food-delivery service, is now available in Tauranga and it’s set to be a game-changer for the entire region.

The service is operated through a smart-phone app, Uber Eats, which is downloable from the App Store or Google play.

Tauranga residents can download the Uber Eats to get delicious food, delivered reliably fast to any location they choose in Tauranga.

A media statement from Uber Eats Tauranga says the service creates a new way to get the food you love, while fostering earning opportunities for delivery partners, and enabling local restaurants to connect with more customers and grow their business.

“From Kiwi favourites such as HELL and Mexicali Fresh to popular Tauranga outlets such as Barrio Brothers, The Pizza Co Library and Mount Social Club; meals from Tauranga’s favourite restaurants are now just a few taps away.   

“Uber Eats is easy to use - simply download the app from the App Store or Google Play and choose from about 20 of your favourite restaurants and hundreds of dishes.

“With a few taps of your smartphone, your meal will arrive at wherever you happen to be - whether that’s the office, a mate’s house, or your front door.

“The average delivery time is expected to take 30 minutes and the Tauranga delivery fee varies from $5.99 to $7.99, depending on your location.

“Uber Eats also offers delivery partners a flexible way to make money on a schedule that works for them.

“Delivery partners work when they want, and choose how they want to deliver, from driving a car to riding a bike or scooter. If you’re interested in becoming an Uber Eats delivery partner, you can sign up here.”

The service will be available seven days a week from 10am to 10pm.


1 Comment

another one that only cellphones can access!

Posted on 16-05-2018 12:53 | By SML

Don’t they get that not everyone HAS a cellphone? And online on the laptop, only ONE option available, and can’t join up, anyway (no cellphone, required to register!!). So, that’s a FAT lot of good for stuck-at-home disabled/elderly who would enjoy a meal delivered. Uber isn’t the answer, obviously :(

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