UberEats : My hourly average is 12$ .. but it's going down

TinoC

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I started UberEats in February, after my car couldn't be certified to continue driving UberX . The First 2 weeks I was averaging $16/hour, I thought "..well, this is not too bad", BUT after that it has been declining steadily to the point that the last couple of days I'm barely making $12/hr.... One noticeable factor is the decrease of BOOST....

What's your experience?

Cheers!!!
 

Ubermcbc

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I started UberEats in February, after my car couldn't be certified to continue driving UberX . The First 2 weeks I was averaging $16/hour, I thought "..well, this is not too bad", BUT after that it has been declining steadily to the point that the last couple of days I'm barely making $12/hr.... One noticeable factor is the decrease of BOOST....

What's your experience?

Cheers!!!
Well, you can cover up the difference by taking a bite out from each delivery. Increase the bite per delivery according to your drop of income per hour rate.

Sounds like you are approaching the end of your honeymoon period. Welcome to the real uber.
 

dmoney155

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this is where they test how long they can go... if you keep doing it, they will try lower in couple weeks, because well, why not, might as well pay you nothing and probably some people will still do it.
 

Rockydrive

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this is where they test how long they can go... if you keep doing it, they will try lower in couple weeks, because well, why not, might as well pay you nothing and probably some people will still do it.
Exactly....they might even squeeze in a couple of deliveries with no money at all jus lyk lyft during streak.You take the first ride and then the rest of the moolaah goes to Lyft.It doesn’t matter if it’s a 100% prime time or 200% they give you just regular rides even when u r picking from red hot areas.Uber will implement this eventually.When the drivers are on quests where they can’t cancel request Uber would squeeze in the free of charge deliveries.
 

TinoC

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boost is quite low now but I can still make reasonable money.As compared to high boost in February, I could make $440/day during that period.
Are you doing UberEats? your numbers seem too high for UberEats
 

Stephentong

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Are you doing UberEats? your numbers seem too high for UberEats
yes,only ubereats for four years
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I think your service fees is 35%
and mine is 20%. So that is the difference
 
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I do agree with you on the average income per hour is declining and mainly because there is no more boost in the area I do the delivery.


However, I have a weekly earning target, so I just work a bit longer to get there. If there is boost then it will be bonus for me.
 

dmoney155

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If you want to make sirius money..
Doing food delivery..
Well you need a bike..
And couple phones..
Sign up for..
Skip..
Doordash..
Etc..

Thanks me later brah

That's what I was thinking... stack the orders from multiple platforms.
 

Pyton

Active Member
I do agree with you on the average income per hour is declining and mainly because there is no more boost in the area I do the delivery.


However, I have a weekly earning target, so I just work a bit longer to get there. If there is boost then it will be bonus for me.
You must be a moron to do Uber Eats for anything lower than 1.3. But I see a lot of you working for $10.00 an hour. Uber needs you!
 

snackjack

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I started UberEats in February, after my car couldn't be certified to continue driving UberX . The First 2 weeks I was averaging $16/hour, I thought "..well, this is not too bad", BUT after that it has been declining steadily to the point that the last couple of days I'm barely making $12/hr.... One noticeable factor is the decrease of BOOST....

What's your experience?

Cheers!!!
Just do eats 5-8 MAX . Delivering on game days ( any sport ) is also very good.
 

Konkort

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yes,only ubereats for four years
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I think your service fees is 35%
and mine is 20%. So that is the difference
Your figures are astonishing. I remember you claimed 24000 trips. No doubts, a real professional.
Just imagine! For 4 years you opened - closed a driver door about 50000 times!
 
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