Posted by William Charles on February 11, 2019
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Published on February 11th, 2019 | by William Charles

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[Targeted] GrubHub: $10 Off $20 To Celebrate One Year Anniversary

The Offer

Targeted offer sent out via e-mail. Subject line is ‘You & Grubhub. 1 amazing year together!’

  • GrubHub is offering users who have been using the service for a year $10 off their next order of $20 or more

The Fine Print

  • Valid to date will vary

Our Verdict

A lot of readers will be hitting the one year anniversary due to a $20 off $20 deal that was available a year ago. This works nicely with the $10 monthly credit for American Express gold cardholders, basically use this code and get $20 worth of food for free. Can also be stacked with this AmEx offer for another $10 back on $25 in spend.

Hat tip to reader @AlwayzSankaR



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Debit
Debit

I had a bunch of these codes. Unlike amazon the code applies pre tax only but you still pay tax.

How come amazon pre tax means tax on the reduced amount while all these other grubhub, chase offers you still end up paying the tax on the original amount.

TheJester
TheJester

I worked in the crappy world of Sales, Use, and Excise tax for several years in a tech company. There could be many reasons why GrubHub does this (quite literally, maybe a dozen reasons – some of them potentially illegal).

It may come down to how the State categorizes food versus services versus goods in certain States/Cities/Municipalities.

GrubHub could also be collecting that tax and not properly remitting it and keeping the money. I’m not saying this is true, but it is not uncommon for companies to do this, especially in the Wine Industry (a particular niche that I worked in).

Wine Companies can over collect and under report sales to their jurisdictions and there’s not many safeguards preventing that sort of transaction.

The states are beginning to wise up.

Debit
Debit

Yeah. I suspect this as well. Something shady. Grubhub is a startup. If they break the law but go under then does it matter? If they break the law and survive then they can deal with the fine later.

I would break the law if I was a startup CEO. More important to survive than be a model citizen. Guaranteed they are doing something shady.

Chase on the other hand I have no clue.

Thanks for the explanation.

k
k

Grubhub is not a startup. It’s a billion dollar corporation.

Baked_limabeans
Baked_limabeans

I thought the Grubhub credit is from the Gold Card?

San
San
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