The food delivery platform announced that Amazon Prime members who have already signed up for Grubhub+ after its launch in July 2022 will now receive an additional 12 months of free Grubhub+ membership.
It also said that Prime members who redeem the offer on 6 July 2023 or later will still receive 12 months of Grubhub+ for free.
Grubhub growth and marketing senior vice-president Ariella Kurshan said: “As we approach the first anniversary of our collaboration with Amazon, we’re excited to bring more value to Prime members by offering Grubhub+ for free for an additional year.
“Prime members are loving Grubhub+ and using it to get even more delivered to their door from their favourite restaurants through Grubhub.
“With unique experiences like ‘Tune In and Takeout’ that complement our core Grubhub+ offer and showcase what Grubhub and Amazon do best, we’re incredibly energized by the possibilities from our continued collaboration.”
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Prime members will also receive a Grubhub+ trial for free, which includes no delivery fees from hundreds of thousands of restaurants.
Amazon Prime vice-president Jamil Ghani said: “Whether it’s saving money on your favourite takeout with Grubhub+, exclusive deals, prescription savings, entertainment, or fast, free delivery on tens of millions of items, Prime keeps getting more valuable for our members.
“Prime members have enjoyed saving money on takeout with Grubhub+ and we are excited to deliver even more savings to those who already redeemed and those yet to redeem by adding another free year of Grubhub+ to Prime.”