Sandwich chain Jimmy Johnís is revolting against Uber Eats and other food delivery apps

Looking for your nightly Taco Bell fix but don’t want to get up off the couch? GrubHub is here to the rescue. Taco Bell is now offering nationwide delivery in partnership with GrubHub. The chain has previously tried its hand at delivery in a partnership with DoorDash as well, however, its GrubHub partnership will operate at a much larger scale. Taco Bell officially announced nationwide delivery via GrubHub today. It’s offering free delivers for all orders over $12 excluding tax for a limited time. To make the entire experience faster, Taco Bell has integrated its sales system directly into the GrubHub app. This means that pickups are timed to the moment an order is ready so that it can be delivered to the customer hot and fresh. A US partnership between Yum! Brands and GrubHub was announced last year to speed up online ordering for pickup and delivery. That partnership has now resulted in this delivery service. GrubHub says that it will add extra drivers in areas near a Taco Bell locatio

Sandwich chain Jimmy Johnís is revolting against Uber Eats and other food delivery apps

Sandwich-maker Jimmy John is positioning itself as the first national restaurant chain to come out publicly against third-party delivery apps like Uber Eats, GrubHub, and Door Dash. ...

Thu 7 Feb 19 from The Verge

GrubHub Now Delivers Taco Bell Nationwide

Looking for your nightly Taco Bell fix but don’t want to get up off the couch? GrubHub is here to the rescue. Taco Bell is now offering nationwide delivery in partnership with ...

Thu 7 Feb 19 from Ubergizmo

GrubHub now delivers Taco Bell to couch potatoes nationwide

For those whose food cravings can only be sated by Taco Bell's "unique" brand of "Mexican" dishes, we have some good news: the chain is now offering delivery ...

Thu 7 Feb 19 from Engadget

Taco Bell is now on Grubhub and I've never been happier - CNET

What more do you need to know?

Thu 7 Feb 19 from CNET Cutting Edge

T-Mobile Super Bowl 2019 ad goes for your stomach with vow of free tacos - CNET

The company's trying to win you over by partnering with Taco Bell.

Sun 3 Feb 19 from CNET

T-Mobileís Super Bowl ad announces free Taco Bell every week for customers

T-Mobile is leaning into its customer appreciation by giving out free Taco Bell to customers. An ad for T-Mobile that played during the Super Bowl game between the Los Angeles ...

Sun 3 Feb 19 from The Verge

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