Your delivery fares, explained
There are several factors that make up your standard delivery fare. Here’s how to make sense of your earnings statement.*
You receive a flat fee for picking up one or more orders from a single restaurant. When picking up orders from more than one restaurant, a multiplier may be applied depending on the distance between restaurants.
You receive a flat amount for every order that you deliver.
You receive a per-mile rate from the restaurant to your customer's location with distance determined by the most efficient route.
In select cities, you receive a per-minute rate based on the time expected to complete a trip, from when you arrive at the restaurant (including wait time) to when you complete the delivery.
More information on delivery fares
For multiple orders
If you complete a delivery with multiple orders, you’ll receive the pickup amount, plus the applicable time and distance rate. You’ll also receive an additional amount for each delivery—one for each time you drop off an order.
How to make an adjustment
If you have an issue with a fare, you can contact Help through the app.
Questions from delivery partners
- How does Uber determine who receives incentive offers?
Most incentives are based on our projections of how many people are ordering. Incentives are highest when customer demand is also at its highest.
*Material provided on this page is for informational purposes only and does not guarantee earnings. Earnings structures may differ by city. Always check your city-specific website for the most accurate details on delivery fares in your city.