Deliveroo, UAE’s leading food-delivery company has just announced the launch of Deliveroo Plus, a new unlimited free delivery subscription service available to customers in the UAE.
Deliveroo Plus allows customers to receive unlimited free delivery on all orders above AED 30 for only AED 39 per month. Starting today, the subscription service is available for all customers to sign up. As of today, every new subscription will receive a free trial period of at least 30 days.
Plus subscribers will benefit from exclusive restaurant offers in their neighbourhood.
Let’s talk value for money
The usual delivery fee on every order is up to AED 6.50. Subscribers can order up to 6 times a month, and save up to AED 6.50 on every additional order! Deliveroo’s loyal customers order at least 2 to 3 times a week, making this the perfect opportunity for them to really get their money's worth.
The launch of Deliveroo Plus in the UK showed that 50% of customers were saving £25 (AED 125) within the first 2 months!
Anis Harb, GM, Deliveroo GCC said, “Deliveroo Plus is a fantastic new addition to our UAE offerings. It is a wonderful opportunity to offer better value for money to our customers and we aim to build on this experience by adding in promotions, rewards, and discounts for Deliveroo Plus customers in the future.”
A loyal Deliveroo customer, Yousef Andraos, also added “Given the busy nature of life in Dubai, we rely on services like Deliveroo for our meals. At the moment, I currently order lunch from Deliveroo every day of the week, without counting an occasional morning coffee or dinner. Sometimes I order up to 8 times a week which adds up to anywhere between AED 40 - AED 50 in delivery fees. Now with Deliveroo Plus, I am able to save up to AED 160- AED 200 per month. The fixed expense goes a long way in structuring my monthly budget and I don’t have to worry about spending too much on delivery fees!’
From today, customers in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, and Al Ain will see the option to sign up to the Deliveroo Plus service at checkout or in the 'Account' section of the app and website.
Sign up today to receive at least a 30-day free trial and watch those savings roll in!
Deliveroo is an award-winning delivery service founded in 2013 by William Shu and Greg Orlowski. Deliveroo works with over 140,000 best-loved restaurants and grocery partners, as well as 150,000 riders to provide the best food delivery experience in the world. Deliveroo is headquartered in London, with around 2,000 employees in offices around the globe.
Deliveroo operates in nearly 800 locations across 11 markets, including Australia, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and the United Kingdom.
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