I love DoorDash and DGAF about their tipping model

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Aug 25 50 Comments

Literally had no idea there was even a tip scam happening.

For $10/month for the Dash pass I found it is completely worth it. The pass is incredibly convenient for my family because I order more than three times a month, which covers the entire Dash pass cost in terms if delivery fee.

So ... get off your high horses - if you are also “boycotting” all the other unethical companies such as Uber, FB/instagram, Snap, Apple etc... well... that sucks to be you, enjoy living under your rock.

To be clear, I tip in app. not cash.

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  • Capital One / Finance Rexxar
    Agreed - ironically many “Dashers” will now get less money because of their new model.

    Second - I don’t tip on door dash/Uber eats/etc. I’m paying for the delivery service therefor there’s nothing to tip. When I go into a restaurant I pay for the food, so if the service is exceptional I tip. My “service fee” and “delivery fee” are my tip.
    Aug 25 21
    • Lyft / Eng anonamon
      @rexxar they are so hard for me to understand! I’m just so confused. You’re so perceptive!
      Aug 25
    • Oracle
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      Here we go again, hiding being cheap with a higher purpose
      Aug 25
    • New / Design eAbH47
      Defending being cheap is hilarious. Attacking a comment is cheap too. Calling one cheap though is Rich AF. You're cheap for the 10th time.
      Aug 25
    • Capital One / Finance Rexxar
      @eAbH47 by your own definition your cheap. Welcome to the club brother
      Aug 25
    • Coupang / Eng
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      I wholeheartedly disagree with not tipping service industry workers. A majority depend on it... I still consider DoorDash, UberEats, and GrubHub the likes of service industry. While they aren’t waiting on me like in the restaurant industry, they are delivering food to me. And yes, I am already paying DoorDash for those fees but that doesn’t mean the Dasher / Driver doesn’t deserve a tip.
      Aug 25
  • New jobt777
    Wowwwww over here talking about they need Tc $400k, $100k is peanuts then turns around and doesn’t tip ppl who barely make $14/hr.

    I grew up with parents who made minimum wage, and middle class families who tipped them was their only savings. 20% min
    Or I don’t eat out...I always tip delivery in cash
    Aug 25 10
    • Coupang / Eng
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      I still tip but not the 20% - 30% I used to in another part of the country.
      Aug 25
    • Intel D’s🥜
      You guys don’t understand how the service industry handles wages
      Aug 27
    • Charter dwayneWayn
      ^^^
      Aug 27
    • Charter dwayneWayn
      @boom. Fair point. Makes sense for Seattle
      Aug 27
    • Intel D’s🥜
      In the service industry, you don’t just earn minimum wage. Tips can contribute up to 80% of your overall pay. The employer could pay as little as 20% of the wage and for most places in the country this is about $2/hour.
      Aug 27
  • Microsoft 🌲fiddy
    So you don't have any issue that your tips are going to DoorDash's bottom line rather than to the person actually doing the work?

    Either don't tip at all and let DoorDash pay the whole delivery cost, or tip in cash and have the money go directly to the worker. What you do is next level stupid where you brag about how you knowingly give a deceitful company more money for no reason.
    Aug 25 1
    • Coupang / Eng
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      Go cry about it somewhere else.
      Aug 25
  • Google BOF
    Just go and get a bit of cash for tipping, homeless people and so on, so you have something on hand when you need it. It's possible to plan your life.
    Aug 25 6
    • Amazon / Eng AMZNBucks
      you're not making that much in points from tips
      Aug 25
    • Apple Tim🍎
      Are you really that cheap that you're worried about losing a few hundred credit card points? With a 400k TC?
      Aug 25
    • Charter dwayneWayn
      OP were talking about $20-100 only.

      It's not a big deal.
      Aug 25
    • Coupang / Eng
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      @Apple I never said I don’t tip. I tip through the App.
      Aug 25
    • Amazon / Eng AMZNBucks
      and doordash steals the tips

      so just tip cash it's much preferred.
      Aug 25
  • DoorDash ajlX64
    The tips always went to the drivers. You guys forget that there are folks who don’t tip. In DoorDash’s old model, they took care of all of those drivers. In other food apps, the drivers just got screwed.
    Aug 25 2
    • Amazon / Eng AMZNBucks
      So in the old model it was tip pooling that went to every driver or what exactly?
      Aug 25
    • Capital One / Finance Rexxar
      @AMZNBucks the old model had a much better guarantee pay per delivery. In this new mode drivers will average less income per delivery. You decide which one is better, but that’s what ajlX64 is saying.
      Aug 25
  • Amazon / Eng AMZNBucks
    If you tip cash then it's fine. Just go to the bank and withdraw a ton of cash if you don't always have cash on you.
    Aug 25 1
    • Coupang / Eng
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      Guess I’ll go to the bank and withdraw $100 in 1s for tipping.... ;)
      Aug 25
  • DoorDash / Eng 6ixGod🙏🏼🦉
    Tips always go to the dasher. Their base pay goes up or down based on how much the tip is. Dashers preferred this model but media doesn’t know what the fuck they’re talking about neither do 99% of people on Blind
    Aug 25 0
  • American Express D.BCooper
    My father in law is a typical penny pinching Asian.

    I noticed hed only tip 8 to 10% over and over. Finally, I took the bill after he tipped in front of about 8 and added more.

    That ended that behavior.
    Aug 25 0
  • New frojo
    You pay for dash pass, so we should get off our high horses? A logical and compelling argument.
    Aug 25 0

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