Ive had mostly positive experiences and results with delivery.Uber eats is a rip off for drivers. Anyone that does it gets what they deserve. It pays like trash you have smelly food in your car and hope it doesn't spill. The lazy ass customers expect you to deliver it inside when they know they are supposed to meet you outside. Good luck on tips they suck as bad as pax we haul for slave wages.
Just to clarify/verify your numbers here.As far as pay, uber x pays 75 cents a mile and eats pays $1.20. I average about 4 deliveries an hour so I'm definitely making about $25 an hour. Most fares are between 5-10 miles so it adds up quickly. Plus I do get tips on occasion. Usually about $6 a night.
I work 5-9 mon through Friday and 11am to 2 pm plus 5-9 on Sat and Sun. I've been making about $450 a week in fares and about $35 in tips.
Hours online don't always mean time driving. When I'm actively on trips I easily make 25...sometimes more, sometimes less. Sometimes during my work hours I'm sitting at home waiting for a ping. Also, I don't always work every day and sometimes I only work a couple of hours.Just to clarify/verify your numbers here.
You indicate you are working 34 hours/week (4 hours every weekday evening, Mon-Fri = 20 hours; plus 7 hours each weekend day = 14 hours).
If you are earning about $450/week, plus $50 in tips (being generous)... your hourly earnings are $14.71.
If you're like me, your evening/weekend hours are your own anyway, so the hourly rate isn't critical, but it's not quite $25/hour.
So your entire hatred for eats is based on other people's opinions? Interesting.Maybe in North Atlanta. Every Uber driver i have talked to here in Dallas told me it sucked. ZERO INTEREST.
I delivered pizzas for Papa Johns for 4 years. I hated it. I was the closing driver for most of that time. It's the only reason I got enough hours to make money.