You’ll notice the pickup fee, dropoff fee, and distance rate have been adjusted - and we will now account for slower trips with a new time component to delivery base fares. This will be rolled out in the U.S. and Canada in the coming months. We’ll let you know before it arrives in your city.
Flat fee for picking up one or multiple orders at a restaurant
Per-mile rate from pickup to dropoff, with distance determined by the most efficient route
Flat fee per order delivered
Per-minute rate based on the time expected to complete a trip - from restaurant pickup to trip completion
Expected wait time at pickup - based on the restaurant's average wait times for multiple or single order pickups
Expected travel time - from the restaurant to final dropoff, accounting for estimated traffic conditions
Expected wait time at dropoff - based on the average dropoff wait time per city
Uber’s service fee will remain the same and be deducted at the end of the trip. If offered, Boost will still apply to the net fare. As always, 100% of the tips are yours to keep.
You will be paid based on the expected delivery trip time from restaurant arrival to food drop-off. The trip time used to calculate payment may be revised to reflect real-time conditions, like changes in food prep time, eater location, or traffic conditions that significantly affect trip time.