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The ordering experience on Amazon is roughly the same as it is on Grubhub.

Customers can now order Grubhub delivery on Amazon

Grubhub announced an extension of the ongoing Amazon partnership, allowing customers to order food directly from the Amazon website and app

Amazon and Grubhub announced that the two delivery companies will be extending their relationship again, allowing Amazon customers to order Grubhub restaurant delivery off the Amazon website and app for the first time.

Two years ago, Amazon announced that it would be taking a two percent stake in Grubhub parent company, Just Eat Takeaway, adding a 12-month offer of free Grubhub+ subscription (a $9.99 value) that was extended for a second year in 2023. Now, the company is turning the one-time deal into an ongoing offer for all Amazon Prime customers, which comes with $0 delivery fees, 5% back on pickups, and lower service fees on restaurant orders.

“We’re thrilled to build on our successful collaboration with Amazon and bring more convenience to Amazon customers by offering Grubhub’s network of hundreds of thousands of restaurants directly on and in the Amazon Shopping app,” Howard Migdal, CEO of Grubhub said in a statement. “More consumers can now experience the exceptional value and service offered by Grubhub+, with Prime members enjoying $0 delivery fees on an ongoing basis.”

The ordering experience on Amazon is roughly the same as it is on Grubhub, and according to Grubhub, customers will see the same restaurant menu prices and the delivery experience will be the same.

This is the second similar partnership announced in one month that merges retail and restaurant delivery, as Instacart and Uber Eats announced a partnership earlier in May, as now Instacart shoppers will be able to place orders for restaurant delivery via the Instacart app.  

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