Uber Eats: $30 Off Next Order With Eats Pass

You can get a $30 discount off your next Uber Eats order with an Eats Pass. Details below!

Uber Eats $30 Off Promo

Uber Eats is offering most people $30 off their next order if they have Eats Pass. This comes at a very opportune time because Uber is allowing people to try Eats Pass FREE for 30 days – you can literally just get the pass now and grab the $30 promo.

If you’ve never used Uber Eats before, you can download the app and enter the new user referral code EATS-UBERAZURIK to get $20 off your first order!

Where can I access Eats Pass?

You can access the Eats Pass by going into your Uber Eats app and head on over to the “Account” section. Eats Pass is one of the choices under there.

Free month of Eats Pass

Once you have Eats Pass, under the same “Account” section, tap on “Promotions”. You should see a new promotion added to your account that gives you $30 off your next order.

What is Eats Pass?

Eats Pass is a monthly subscription for Uber Eats that provides the following benefits:

  • $0 delivery fee
  • 5% off all orders over $15

It normally costs $9.99/month, but right now Uber Eats is giving everyone a 30-day free trial.

Eats Pass $30 Off Promo Details

Ninja Note: Looking for more Uber Eats deals? Find all the latest offers here.

The $30 offer needs to be used by July 1, 2020. Here are the terms and conditions of the promo:

  • This discount will be applied automatically to the customer’s account
  • It will expire at 11:55pm PT on 6/30/20
  • The offer is valid for up to $30 off your next order
  • Offer is limited to one order per customer
  • Taxes and a Service Fee still apply
  • Offer may not be combined with other offers
Eats Pass $30 discount promo

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The Bottom Line

I would do this sooner than later. Deals like this get very popular and Uber tends to end promotions early when they see high demand for it.

About John Pham

John Pham is a personal finance expert, serial entrepreneur, and founder of The Money Ninja. He has also been fortunate enough to have appeared in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and U.S. News & World Report. John has a B.S. in Entrepreneurship and a Masters in Business Administration, both from the University of New Hampshire.

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