J Steele

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NEW YORK, NY - MAY 03: A Grubhub delivery person checks his phone during the coronavirus pandemic on May 3, 2020 in New York City. COVID-19 has spread to most countries around the world, claiming over 247,000 lives with over 3.5 million infections reported.

So, I’m not gonna lie. When I first saw this pop up on my Facebook news feed, I thought it was a scam and I was afraid to click the link! Turns out it wasn’t and I got a hookup!

If you don’t have Amazon Prime, you may want to consider signing up if you like free perks.

Amazon has entered a deal with JustEatTakeaway.com which would give Prime members access to Grubhub+ for free for one year.

No, that doesn’t mean FREE food but it does mean some nice savings!

With Grubhub+, customers can avoid delivery fees from some of their favorite restaurants and trust me, if you’ve ever used a food delivery service, the fees can be quite high!

Members will also have access to members-only rewards and perks.

At this point, I’m already spending money on my Prime membership and I do use food delivery services especially when out of town. Sign me up!

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