DoorDash has been testing a cash option in its main app for months. The company is now rolling out cash pickup in its main app with a few tweaks to the payment process. The new features will be available to all customers who have downloaded the app and signed up as an employee at least once, according to Fast Company. They’ll also work with other apps that use DoorDash’s payment service, including GrubHub and Caviar (which only accepts debit cards).
The news comes as many delivery services are switching away from credit card payments toward alternatives like Venmo or PayPal via Square Cash, which lets users send money directly from their phones without having to go through third parties like banks or credit unions that might charge fees for doing so—a big perk if you’re on a budget!
DoorDash is rolling out cash pickup in its main app with a few tweaks to the payment process.
DoorDash is rolling out cash pickup in its main app with a few tweaks to the payment process. The feature will be available on DoorDash’s Android app, but it won’t work on the iPhone version. It also allows users to choose how much they want to pay with cash instead of using their card, which means that you can pay more than just the minimum order price—but only if you have enough money in your account for it.
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The feature will be available on DoorDash’s Android app, but it won’t work on the iPhone version.
DoorDash, the popular food delivery service, has announced that it will be adding cash pickup in its main app. Cash pickup is becoming more common as users choose to pay with cash instead of credit cards or other forms of payment — and now DoorDash wants to be at the forefront of this trend by adding this feature to its Android app first. The company plans on rolling out the service over the next few weeks; but if you’re an iPhone user who prefers using Apple Pay, don’t fret: You’ll still be able to use your Uber card on both platforms (iOS and Android) without having any problems accessing it through either device’s app store.
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Users will be able to choose how much they want to pay with cash instead of using their card.
You’ll be able to choose how much you want to pay with cash instead of using your card. Users can also choose between paying with cash or an Uber card by swiping the app on their phone and entering the amount of their payment. The new feature will roll out in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City and San Francisco over the next few months; other cities will follow soon after that.
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They can also choose between paying with cash or an Uber card.
If you’re using the DoorDash Android app, you can choose between paying with cash or using an Uber card. The company says this feature will be rolling out to iOS users soon as well. The main app is where things get interesting — but only if you have a few bucks in your pocket and want to pay someone else’s tab. If a user chooses cash, Uber will debit their account for $1.50 per restaurant order and then send that amount to their bank account the next business day.
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If a user chooses cash, Uber will debit their account for $1.50 per restaurant order and then send that amount to their bank account the next business day. The feature is available on the Android app only for now. Since its launch in 2012, DoorDash has been focused on building out its platform as an alternative to traditional restaurants — but it’s still early days for the company’s cashierless offering (which has yet to expand beyond Los Angeles).
DoorDash is rolling out cash pickup in its main app
DoorDash has been testing a cash option for months, and it’s starting to roll out the feature in its main app. The company is adding some tweaks to the payment process, which will allow users to pay with cash at select restaurants. Opening up this option means you can use credit cards or debit cards instead of having to wait for an order number before paying by check or credit card.
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The rollout of cash pickup is a big step for DoorDash, which has been testing it for months. The new feature will allow users to pay for their orders with cash or a credit card without having to leave the app first. It’s a much easier way to order food on demand without having to worry about losing track of your credit card or forgetting whether you paid with cash or debit.