Whether your Uber driver-partner made you laugh, or charged your phone, or your Uber Eats delivery-partner delivered 20 late-night pizzas, you may feel like thanking them beyond the usual in-app rating. Tipping is another way to thank driver-partners and delivery-partners for going the extra mile and providing a great experience.
Tipping is an easy way to recognise driver-partners and Uber Eats delivery-partners for their excellent work, and it's always optional.
Don’t have time to tip in real time? No problem – you can tip when it’s convenient for you. The option is also available from your Uber Eats or ride receipt, or from your trip history.
Whether it’s a verbal ‘thank you’, an in-app rating or a $5 tip, there are many ways to express your gratitude. Pick what works for you.
You can add a tip after rating your ride or after you’ve received your Uber Eats order. Tips can also be added from your trip history and trip receipt. You have up to 30 days after your trip or delivery is completed to give a tip.
Select a preset amount for your tip or enter a custom tip if you'd like to provide a different amount.
Tipping is optional. You are free to add a tip to your trip or Uber Eats delivery up to 30 days after your ride or order.
The easiest way to tip is through the app. At the end of the trip or delivery, you’ll be prompted to rate your driver-partner or delivery-partner. Once you provide a rating, you’ll be given the option to add a tip.
You may need to update your app to enable tipping. Additionally, some driver-partners may opt not to accept tips via the app.
All of it. Uber takes zero fees on tips.
Credits and gift cards will all work for tips. However, promotions can’t be used to tip.
Options vary based on your city and region.