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Club Feast: The Delivery App That Doesn’t Screw Over Restaurants

Updated: May 11, 2021 16:25
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This article was made possible by the fine folks at Club Feast

You probably know by now that apps like DoorDash, Caviar and Uber Eats are killing your favorite restaurants with exorbitant fees. Luckily there’s a new player in the game that wants to deliver your favorite meals while not screwing over local eateries. In fact they don’t charge them a penny!

Meet Club Feast.   

Club Feast has brilliantly figured out how to deliver your favorite dishes at 40% less than on-demand platforms! By ordering in advance with Club Feast, you’ll pay just $6.99 per meal for signature dishes from your favorite neighborhood spots including: The Halal Guys, Bluestone Lane, and Kitava!

Use the promo code “BROKEASS” to get $20 off right now!

The way it works is users have to order their meals in advance by 6pm the night before. In fact, if you’re a planner, you can order up to a week in advance. To keep things so cost effective, they work with restaurants to find meals that they can sustainably sell at Club Feast’s price point.

To further make sure they don’t have to screw over restaurants, they use a dynamic delivery model, meaning that deliveries range from $.49 – $2.50 depending on time of day and distance. This combined with small service fee allows them to be sustainable while supporting their delivery partners and optimizing their pre-planned delivery route. In fact they even pay their delivery partners $28-$30 an hour!

All this means that they are able to deliver the food you crave at 40% less than other online delivery services, all while paying a good wage and supporting local eateries.

Dope right?

Ready to save now? Head over to Club Feast right here, and for a limited time, get $20 off with promo code BROKEASS.

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