Forget pizza…Dinner delivery at your door is possible with just the touch of your smartphone with DoorDash. So mamachallenge took the offer from DoorDash to test drive to see if it really worked…and it did. There is not a sponsored post, but the cost of food was reimbursed for trying it out. And now you can too with a special discount just for you!
Even the best of meal-planning parents can’t always be prepared for the challenges that can happen in a day.
Then there’s just the times you’re too tired to even think about throwing chicken nuggets in the microwave or rolling through a drive-in once again.
If only dinner delivery could arrive at your door, hot and ready to eat – and not paying some crazy amount – to get it there.
DoorDash just launched in Fort Worth and Arlington and I bet those Dashers (the ones that pickup and bring your food) already wonder if I know how to cook at all. DoorDash has been in Dallas for a year and thankfully has made its way westbound
Coverage areas include:
- Downtown Fort worth
- Arlington Heights
- Edgecliff Village
- Everman & Kennedale
- TCU Area
- Western Hills / Ridglea
- White Settlement
And also is taking over Frisco,The Colony, Southlake, Colleyville, Flower Mound and Coppell!
Last week, after a crazy day that I was thinking cereal might be the best option for eating, I downloaded the free app (you can use it on your desktop too) and gave it a spin.
With no tutorial or help, I had the app on my phone, clicked through what options were available and delivery times worked with our scheduled, ordered, paid, and was watching the progress of the entire order – straight to my door – with less than 10 minutes spent.
I was so stinkin’ excited I couldn’t help but share it on my Facebook and tell all my friends that my dreams of dinner delivery were answered – and it was FOR REAL.
Even when there was a little glitch – like the restaurant was taking longer to get the meal made, the progress tracker made it easy to see that the ETA had changed a few minutes. (That always happens when I pick it up at some of my favorites, so of course, that’s going to happen from time to time.)
And of course, the one question that everyone asked was how much did it cost? Was there a huge delivery fee? Was the menu price totally different? While the site says the delivery fee varies by region and restaurant, you’ll see the price for delivery as you do it so there’s no surprises. However, all I paid for my meals was the cost of the listed item and a $1 delivery fee. And then I was able to tip, too – so there was nothing to do when the Dasher arrived at the door except open the door and eat it.
Get $5 off orders of $15 or more for new customers in the DFW area with code: MAMACHALL.
Founded in 2013 at a dorm room in Stanford, DoorDash connects customers with local businesses through technology and logistics by purchasing goods from local merchants and having them delivered in less than 45 minutes.By building the on-demand delivery infrastructure for local cities, DoorDash is bringing communities closer, one doorstep at a time.