As more Americans rely on restaurant delivery, Dunkin’ continues to step up for its customers with new options for getting their coffee, espresso, baked goods, and breakfast sandwiches delivered right to their doorstep. As part of the brand’s efforts to make it easier and more convenient for Americans to run on Dunkin’ without leaving home, Dunkin’ is expanding its delivery options to include Uber Eats. With this new partnership, Dunkin’ is now available for delivery through Uber Eats at over 1,700 restaurants, with more than 4,000 total locations nationwide to offer the service by the end of May.
Dunkin’ delivery with Uber Eats is currently available at select stores across eight states, including California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Ohio, and South Carolina. With Uber Eats, guests can have their Dunkin’ favorites delivered directly to them quickly and reliably. To place an order, customers can simply open the Uber Eats website or mobile app, select their nearest Dunkin’ location, choose their food and beverages, customize them just the way they like, and then checkout. Guests can also track their order as it’s prepared, picked up, and delivered by their Uber driver, who will leave the items at their door for a contactless experience.
“We’re excited to partner with Uber Eats to give even more guests a convenient way to enjoy their favorite Dunkin’ food and beverages, whenever and however they want them, even when staying at home,” says Brandy Blackwell, Director of New Business, Delivery & Catering, for Dunkin’ U.S. “We understand that many of our guests are missing their daily Dunkin’ routine, and we want them to know we’ve got their backs by continuing to expand our Dunkin’ delivery footprint with Uber Eats in the coming weeks.”
“Uber Eats conveniently brings your favorite restaurants right to your front door, which is more important now than ever before,” adds Janelle Sallenave, Head of Uber Eats, U.S. & Canada. “We are so excited to partner with Dunkin’ as we continue to help fuel our communities with quick, affordable, and reliable food options.”
Most Dunkin’ stores across the country remain open and have enhanced preventative health and safety measures in place. In an ongoing effort to help keep its guests and restaurant employees safe, Dunkin’ is currently limiting service to drive-thru, carry-out, and curbside pick-up at select locations, in addition to delivery at participating locations with Uber Eats, Grubhub, and other providers. Guests can order and pay contactless on the Dunkin’ App for a quick, grab-and-go experience.