DoorDash, the last-mile logistics company connecting customers with their favorite restaurants through door-to-door delivery, announced it is the first on-demand platform to operate in all 50 U.S. states across more than 3,300 cities across North America.
DoorDash is now live in its 48th, 49th and 50th states with food delivery operations underway in Alaska, Montana, and South Dakota. The company is also launching in several new cities across North Dakota, West Virginia, and Wyoming. To celebrate its entry into all 50 states, DoorDash is offering 50 cent deliveries for customers in all 50 states. The promotion is valid for one day only on orders of $10 or more, from 12:01am PT through 11:59pm PT on Wednesday, January 16 while supplies last. Simply enter promo code FIFTY at checkout.
DoorDash is now available in the following cities and their surrounding areas:
- Alaska: Anchorage
- Montana: Billings, Bozeman, and Missoula
- North Dakota: Fargo
- South Dakota: Sioux Falls
- West Virginia: Morgantown and Huntington
- Wyoming: Cheyenne
Customers in the area can order delivery through DoorDash between the hours of 11 a.m. and 10 p.m. local time, and deliveries for the next month in these local areas will be discounted to $1 delivery fees for all orders over $15. New users can also use the code DASHNEW2019 for $5 off their first order of $15 or more, valid through February 16.
“In addition to enjoying national staples such as Wendy’s, Chick-fil-A, and Chipotle, DoorDash users in these areas can enjoy delicious meals from their favorite local spots. From Dipper Donuts in Anchorage to Red Tractor Pizza in Bozeman to Izumi Sushi in Fargo, DoorDash has all your cravings covered.”
“We’re proud to be the first on-demand platform to offer food delivery in all 50 states,” says Tony Xu, CEO and cofounder of DoorDash. “In the past year alone we’ve more than quintupled our geographic footprint from 600 to 3,300 cities across North America, democratizing access to door-to-door delivery for hundreds of millions of Americans across the nation.”