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How Much Does Uber Eats Pay?

With the abundance of side hustles available to us these days, one of the more prominent areas in the gig economy to make some extra cash is food delivery. I’ve previously gone over how much Doordash pays. In this article, we’ll review how Uber Eats operates and the earning potential of becoming a delivery driver with Uber.

What Is Uber Eats and How Does It Work?

Restaurants can sign up with the platform to provide delivery services to their hungry customers. By signing up, they can either remove the need for a dedicated delivery employee or simply offer delivery service that otherwise was not possible for them.

As another bonus to restaurants, by partnering with Uber Eats, they can now market themselves to a much wider audience by simply being on the App or paying to advertise on it as well. Restaurants aren’t limited to non-chain mom and pop shops.

On the other side, when you sign up with Uber Eats as a customer, you have a wide selection of nearby restaurants to choose from in the palm of your hand. You can easily browse for the type of food you want using different categories and filters to find what you are looking for.

One of the most significant upsides to Uber Eats is that in some locations, you don’t need a car to make money. You can sign yourself up using many different vehicles, including a car, bike, or scooter!

Requirements of Becoming a Delivery Driver with Uber

1. Must be willing to submit your social security number for a background check 2. Must be the required age for your specific location (this varies) - etc.

Requirements For Delivering via Car with Uber Eats

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