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How Grubhub Driver Pay Works

How Grubhub Driver Payments Work

Grubhub has an Instant Cashout feature in the app. You can cash out daily, weekly, biweekly, monthly, or as often as you want. When you cash out, the money goes right into your bank account.

However, you have to pay a $0.50 transaction fee unless you’re a Chase Bank customer. When you cash out, your earnings go right into your bank account.

You can also transfer your earnings to either a Visa or Mastercard debit card, but you have to pay the same fee.

How Much Do Grubhub Drivers Make?

Determining how much you can earn as a Grubhub delivery driver is quite in-depth, so let’s break down the process. Here are the four components of a Grubhub driver’s pay:

1. Delivery Pay

It’s comprised of base pay, which varies by market, delivery time, type of delivery, and miles driven. If you have any relevant bonuses, these are counted under Delivery Pay.

2. Tips

Customers choose whether they want to tip you and at what percentage or dollar amount. You keep the entirety of the tips you make.

3. Grubhub Contribution

Grubhub promises a local market guaranteed rate, which varies depending on where you live.

If you’re going through a dry period, the Grubhub Contribution kicks in for scheduled block drivers with a high offer commitment rate. That rate refers to drivers who follow through on most offers.

4. Special Offers and Missions:

If you become a Grubhub delivery partner, you can take advantage of missions and special offers like sweepstakes to increase your earnings.

Grubhub also recommends delivering alcohol in addition to food (if you’re of legal age), taking bundled offers from nearby restaurants, accepting orders over $150, and taking advantage of catering offers if you get them.

These strategies can increase your earnings even more.

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