How to order and receive alcohol via the Uber Eats app
Alcohol deliveries are available in Auckland.
Alcohol delivery is available on Uber Eats from 10 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. You can check your local bottle shop’s delivery times by tapping into the bottle shop’s menu and then tapping “More info” in the “Restaurant info” section.
In order to receive an alcohol delivery, you will be required to:
- Be sober and not visibly intoxicated.
- Be aged 18 or over.
- Produce an approved evidence of age document for the delivery person to scan via their Uber Driver app to verify that you are aged 18 or over.
If the delivery person is unable to upload a scanof your approved evidence of age document, they will need to record your name, date of birth and the expiration date of your evidence of age document into their driver app.
The delivery person will need to confirm that all of the above requirements are met using their Uber Driver app before they can hand over your order to you.
Why are these requirements in place?
Alcohol and minors
- It is against the law to provide alcohol to a minor. Fines of up to $10,000 apply.
- It is against the law for minors to purchase alcohol. Fines of up to $2,000 apply.
- It is against the law for a person to use a fake ID or someone else’s ID to purchase alcohol. Fines of up to $2,000 apply.
Alcohol and intoxication
- It is against the law to provide alcohol to a person who is intoxicated. Fines of up to $10,000 apply.
Approved Evidence of Age Documents
Under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Regulations 2013, approved evidence of age documents are:
- Any current passport
- A current New Zealand driver licence
- A hospitality NZ 18+ Card
- A Kiwi Access Card
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