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Thanksgiving 2021: Are Uber Eats, DoorDash & Grubhub Delivering?

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A very happy Thanksgiving! If you’re not in the mood to cook a feast this 2021 thanksgiving, don’t worry you can order online. If you are wondering if you can order from Uber Eats, DoorDash and Grubhub keep reading. Below are the full details for this year’s thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving is all about gratitude and thankfulness. This year all three services will be accessible and your favorite food will be deliverable to your doorstep. Although there are a few things and tiny details to keep in mind.

Uber Eats, Doordash & Grubhub Will Be Open For Delivery On 2021 Thanksgiving Day

Uber Eats, Doordash and Grubhub are all open on this year’s thanksgiving. Although the holiday may still affect the services near you. There might be a fewer number of drivers on the road, many restaurants might keep close that work with food delivery. There could also be a higher demand for restricted drivers.


But there is a catch in this. You might pay a little higher fee on some services as this is a peak delivery time. The options are also limited as the drivers can only deliver from places that are open and so the delivery time could be longer. But this all depends on where you live. Some may not even notice a difference.

Open restaurants and fast-food chains like McDonald’s, Chipotle, and Chick-fil-A will be closed for delivery.
Fansided also asked everyone to tip the drivers well and be patient if their orders take longer than normal to deliver. It was also asked to keep in mind that the delivered or contractors don’t get any vacation pay or perks.

In 2020 More People Ordered Doordash For Holidays

DoorDash reportedly confirmed that the pandemic caused an increased burst in shipments. This also was the case for holidays as well as Thanksgiving. DoorDash also said that the strong-willed people found new ways to celebrate the holidays during the pandemic. People started having intimate family dinners or virtual parties to celebrate. These celebrations included the delivery of groceries as it was more convenient and a stress-free surrogate of cooking.
DoorDash also provided the list of the top 10 busiest holidays for delivery in 2020.
– Mother’s Day
– New Year’s Eve
– Halloween
– Thanksgiving
– Veterans Day
– Labor Day
– Father’s Day
– Memorial Day
– Day of the Indigenous Peoples
-Day after Thanksgiving (Black Friday)

It is also reported by DoorDash that the “Party Holidays” and Thanksgiving Eve had the largest increase in their sales. People instead of going out late just ordered-in in 2020.

The number of travelers also decreased, which also impacted and increased the delivery requests in DoorDash.
On federal holidays also like Veterans Day, Labour day, etc people did not have long weekend getaways for travel. Instead, they relaxed and ordered food delivery at home.
It is known that the Online Black Friday sales in 2020 were above $9 billion.


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