Since launching Uber Eats in Toronto, Canada in December, 2015, we’ve learned about what you want. Sometimes you want burger from down the street, and sometimes you want sushi from your favorite place across town. While orders vary, our standard delivery fee was ¥380.
Today, we’re using technology to unlock more of what you want – more affordable delivery fee options for restaurants nearby, while maintaining access to further away restaurants at a slightly higher price, and we introduce this new delivery fees in the majority of Uber Eats available cities in Japan (* ).
Here’s how it works
Moving forward, we will provide you a different range of delivery fee options per city. The difference in delivery fee is predominantly determined by where you are and where the restaurant’s location is. For example, this means your delivery fee might be lower for the restaurant around the corner than it is for the one across town. We’ll also be highlighting delivery fees upfront, before you select a restaurant, so there are never surprises at checkout. As always, we’re keeping the things you love – no hidden fees and no minimum orders.
When searching for restaurants in the app, you’ll be able to filter by delivery fee, making it easier to find the right restaurant at the right price point for you. So go ahead… our food delivery service just got more affordable.
( ) For Nagoya and Fukuoka, free delivery campaign runs until Dec, 31, 2018. Flat delivery fee of JPY 380 will apply after the campaign until further notice.*