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Grubhub+ Is Now a Permanent Benefit for Amazon Prime Members [Activate Now]

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The food delivery app industry generates billions of dollars in sales each year. Ordering food from these services is common nowadays, but the extra fees can add up quickly.

Fortunately, there’s a way to save money if you’ve got one of the most essential household memberships: Amazon Prime.

If you haven’t activated the benefit already, members can enjoy GrubHub+, which has been added as a permanent benefit of Amazon Prime.

Let’s go into the details!

Amazon Prime Subscribers Get a Free Grubhub+ Membership

For long, Amazon Prime members have long been able to save on food delivery costs with a complimentary Grubhub+ membership for 1 year. After this introductory year, members would then be charged the ongoing rate for Grubhub+ (unless the membership is canceled).

If you’re not familiar with Grubhub+, the service costs $9.99 per month and includes the following benefits:

  • Free delivery for purchases of $12 or more (excluding taxes, fees, and tips) at participating restaurants
  • 5% cash-back on pickup orders
  • Exclusive bonuses and prizes for your orders
  • Donation matching while providing spare change

Because GrubHub+ generally costs $9.99 per month ($120 per year), this is a $120 annual savings, which is nearly equal to the cost of an Amazon Prime membership.

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Now, Amazon has integrated Grubhub+ into both Amazon.com and the Amazon Shopping app, making this a permanent benefit for members. Customers can now order Grubhub while purchasing items on Amazon.com or through the Amazon Shopping app, eliminating the need to download or switch to the Grubhub app.

To make the deal even sweeter, those with the American Express® Gold Card receive up to $120 in annual dining credits (up to $10 per month) with participating dining partners, including Grubhub. With Amazon Prime’s free Grubhub+ membership, cardholders can also stack this benefit to earn a $10 statement credit every month on eligible purchases.

Hot Tip:

Until Sunday, June 2, Amazon Prime members can save $5 on a Grubhub delivery order of over $25 with code “PRIME5”. The code can be entered by Prime members during checkout when shopping Grubhub on Amazon.com or in the Amazon Shopping app.

Final Thoughts

Since its launch, Amazon Prime has grown its list of benefits considerably to include access to other Amazon services such as Prime Video and Prime Music, as well as access to non-Amazon partnerships with companies like Whole Foods Market and Grubhub.

Amazon Prime members can now take advantage of an ongoing benefit that adds even more value to their Prime membership. Prime members will be provided with a permanent Grubhub+ membership (as long as they remain Amazon Prime subscribers), enabling them to enjoy savings on food delivery fees when using the app.

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Juan has extensive experience in writing and editing content related to credit cards, loyalty programs, and travel. He has been honing his expertise in this field for over a decade. His work has been featured in various prestigious publications, such as USA Today, CNN Underscored, Forbes and The Points Guy. Juan is the visionary behind JetBetter, a premier award booking concierge service.

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