Amazon Extends Free Grubhub+ Membership For US Prime Customers

Amazon Extends Free Grubhub+ Membership For US Prime Customers

Investing in an Amazon Prime membership brings forth an array of advantages, encompassing expedited free shipping, exclusive deals during Prime Day, and discounts at Whole Foods. In a groundbreaking move, Amazon introduced an unprecedented collaboration with Grubhub in July 2022, providing Prime members with a complimentary year of Grubhub+ membership. Astoundingly, this offer has been extended, granting those who availed of it last year an additional year of benefits.

The icing on the cake is that individuals who seize this opportunity by July 5, 2023, can now relish an extra 24 months of free Grubhub+ membership. There’s no need to fret if you missed the initial deadline. Prime members who claim this offer on or after July 6 will still receive a standard 12-month complimentary subscription.

Normally priced at $9.99 per month, the + plan offers free delivery on orders exceeding $12. With coverage in over 4,000 cities, Grubhub+ users also gain access to exclusive food deals and promotions. According to a press release shared with Tasting Table, this exceptional collaboration has enabled Prime members to save an average of $230 annually on meal deliveries and coupon promotions.

The benefits of Grubhub+ extend far beyond complimentary membership. Amazon and Grubhub have embraced further collaboration, as highlighted by the “Tune in & Takeout” program. This initiative pairs Amazon’s original movies and TV shows with delectable food pairings from local restaurants. For instance, Prime members could savor the “Masiel Tov Martini,” a delectable combination of pastrami and cocktails, while enjoying the final season of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” As the year unfolds, customers can anticipate more of these iconic pairings, featuring the return of beloved shows like “The Summer I Turned Pretty” and others.

To become a Prime member, the cost is $14.99 per month or $139 per year. Students have the option of paying $7.49 per month or $69 per year. Both plans come with a complimentary 30-day trial period. Existing Prime members eager to avail themselves of this enticing offer can visit the company’s website to verify their eligibility and sign up.

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