Postmates Free $50! (targeted)

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Several months ago, I checked out a site called Postmates. Basically, it is a site that does On-Demand, 24/7 delivery to your door. I like services like DoorDash and Instacart that can save me trip to the store or a restaurant and will deliver to me for a small fee. I signed up for Postmates, but never placed an order (I think I just forgot about it.) Fast-forward 3 months or so, and I just received a sweet offer from them to try to get me to start using them.

Postmates Free $50!

New customers to Postmates can use promo code, cisyv to get $10 in delivery fee credit. If you had previously signed up for Postmates, check your email for the following targeted offer.

The Deal

  • Email subject, “Here’s $50 😎.”
  • Visit Postmates, use cisyv to get $10 in delivery fee credit
Postmates Free $50! (targeted)

Images courtesy Postmates

Bottom Line

Basically, if you didn’t receive this targeted offer, I don’t know how to re-create it other then signing up for an account and then waiting to see if you too receive a targeted offer later on to earn your business. Either way, it is worth taking a look to see if your email has this offer for free $50 in delivery fee credit! If you did receive this offer, it should make your weekend a little more fun! I didn’t want you to miss it. Enjoy!

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  1. That $50 is towards the fee for delivery, not your whole order. Postmates is very good about sending offers like this quite often. I like Postmates, they have a much better selection of restaurants in my are than Uber Eats.

  2. Postmates is terrible, their fees tend to be much higher than Ubereats on average and the deliveries tend to be much slower. I get free delivery fee deals from them often, but you have to account for the service charge as well.

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