Understanding your earnings can help you plan your schedule and make the most of your time. Helpful tools will let you keep track of your earnings, see totals in real time, get details on a specific delivery, compare earnings by week, and more.
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For each delivery, you earn amounts for pickup, dropoff, time, and distance. Time and traffic delays may be factored into your fare.
In addition to receiving the standard amounts for pickup and distance, a pickup fee multiplier may be applied depending on the distance between the restaurants. You’ll also earn a dropoff fee for each order.
Promotions can help you identify busy areas when there’s a high demand for delivery. High demand usually means there’s more money for you to earn. And with a little planning, you can take advantage of multiple promotions at once.
If you’re delivering with a 4-wheel vehicle, any toll that you pay while delivering will be refunded to you.
The app registers when you have gone through a toll, and your toll fee will be automatically added to your fare. You can verify that you received a toll amount in your fare breakdown screen. It will also appear in your weekly statement. Uber service fees are not applied to tolls.
Once you complete a delivery, if you don't see the toll in your fare breakdown, request a toll review. Go to Help, select Trip Issues and Adjustments, then Issues with my fare, and select My toll or parking fee wasn't included in my fare.
Customers can tip you directly through the app. You can see total tips in your weekly summary. No service fees are applied to tips.
Here's advice from other delivery people on what you can expect to make and how to be efficient with your time on the road.
The app has powerful features to help you make the most of your time on the road, from tracking trends to informing you of earning opportunities nearby.
You can increase your chances of getting more delivery requests by signing in to both Uber and Uber Eats during rush hour and mealtimes.
After every trip, customers can easily tip you directly in the app. With Uber Eats, 100% of the tips belong to you.
Uber charges a service fee for deliveries made through the app to help fund our platform's operations and to support innovation.
No, Uber does not collect a service fee from your tips.
You can see a quick earnings overview at the top of the app. You can tap your earning cards and swipe right and left to see your daily and weekly earnings at a glance. You can also get more details in the Earnings section of the app.
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