Attention Amazon Prime members — cash in on a year of Grubhub+ for free

Food delivery has never tasted better.
By Lauren Allain  on 
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Pay $0 in delivery fees. Credit: Grubhub

SAVE $120: Amazon Prime members are eligible for a free year-long membership to Grubhub+ which usually costs $120 pear year. Sign up through Dec. 23 and use code DECEMBER30 to get 30% off three orders of $15 or more.

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Grubhub+ yearly membership
$0 for Amazon Prime members (save $120)

An Amazon Prime membership comes with plenty of benefits like free two-day shipping, access to the Prime Video library, and exclusive deals during Prime Day sales. As if we needed another reason to sign up for Prime, Amazon is now offering a great perk on food delivery.

As of Dec. 6, Amazon Prime members can get a year-long membership to Grubhub+ for free, a service that typically costs $120 annually. And if you sign up now through Dec. 23, you'll get 30% off three orders of $15 or more with the code DECEMBER30.

If you're not already a member of Amazon Prime, you can sign up for $14.99 per month or $139 annually.

As a Grubhub+ members, you'll pay $0 in delivery fees and see lower service fees on some orders. If you opt for pickup at your favorite restaurant instead of delivery, you'll get 5% Grubhub+ credit back on eligible future pickup orders. You'll also get access to exclusive offers from Grubhub.

If you're already a Grubhub+ member, have no fear — you can still benefit from the Prime deal. Once signed into your Amazon Prime account, you can activate the Grubhub+ offer and your free membership will start at the beginning of your next billing cycle.

The deal is a win-win for existing Amazon Prime members, and if you're not a member but have been considering signing up, here's one more benefit.

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Lauren Allain

Lauren Allain is a freelance journalist covering deals at Mashable. She graduated from Western Washington University with a B.A. in journalism and holds an M.B.A from Webster Leiden. You can find more of her work online from publications including Reader’s Digest, U.S. News & World Report, Seattle Refined, and more. When she’s not writing, Lauren prefers to be outside hiking, bouldering, swimming, or searching for the perfect location for all three.

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