Prime members who have not yet taken advantage of the offer can also get two years of Grubhub+ for free if they sign up before July 5, 2023.
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Grubhub and Amazon have extended their free offer of Grubhub+ by one year for Amazon Prime(Opens in a new window) members in the US for another year.
The extension(Opens in a new window) means that Prime members who signed up for the offer last year can enjoy Grubhub+(Opens in a new window) for an additional 12 months, at no additional cost to their Prime membership. People who sign up now (Opens in a new window) through July 5, 2023 will also benefit from the move and get two years of Grubhub+ for free. Anyone who signs up after that deadline will get 12 months of Grubhub+ for free.
A Grubhub+ membership, which is otherwise $9.99 per month, comes with $0 shipping fees (on orders of $12 or more before taxes, tips, and other fees), as well as other perks. If you don’t cancel before your free trial expires, Grubhub will automatically charge your account. Canceling an Amazon Prime membership will also end your Grubhub+ subscription.
Membership to the takeout service through Amazon Prime includes access to Grubhub’s ongoing “Tune In & Takeout” series, which pairs food suggestions with movies. In April, for example, Grubhub delivered a pastrami-inspired martini experience for Amazon fans. Wonderful Mrs. Maisel.
“Whether it’s saving money on your favorite takeout food with Grubhub+, exclusive deals, prescription savings, entertainment, or fast, free delivery on tens of millions of items, Prime continues to be more valuable to our members,” said Jamil Ghani, Vice President of Amazon Prime. in a statement(Opens in a new window). “Principal members have enjoyed saving money on takeout with Grubhub+, and we’re excited to offer even more savings to those who have already redeemed and those who haven’t yet by adding another free year of Grubhub+ to Principal.”