Updated – Interested in becoming an UberEats Dallas driver? In this comprehensive guide we dive into the requirements, sign up process and how you get paid. As well, we have the pay rates and a calculator to check your delivery trip fares.
The best thing about being an UberEats Dallas driver is the flexibility. There are no minimum hours, no requirement to sign up for shifts or complete a set number of deliveries. Work when you want to work!
Once you qualify, simply open the app, go online and start accepting delivery requests. If you want to take a break, stop for gas or just go home, just log off and you’re done. It’s that simple!
Let’s show you how to get started so you can hit the road and make some money!
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Ways to Deliver in Dallas
Currently, UberEats Dallas is only accepting new courier applications if you can deliver by car or bike. The minimum requirements to get started are pretty simple.
UberEats Dallas Driver Pay
UberEats Dallas driver pay is calculated using a combination of 4 factors: pick up, drop off, time and distance. You are not paid by hour but rather by delivery.
First of all, you will be paid a flat fee to pick up the food and a flat fee to drop off the food, totaling $
Pay also includes a fixed amount per mile traveled from the restaurant to the customer. Unfortunately, you are typically not paid to travel to the restaurant. You also get a fixed amount per minute while on the delivery, which is based on an estimate that Uber’s algorithm calculates.
Commissions and Extra Pay
Even more important to know is Uber takes a commission from the pay outlined above. This is known as “The Uber Fee”, or Commission, which is typically 25% – 35% but can be as low as 5%. This can vary though depending on when you signed up, method of delivery and if you also drive UberX or another passenger service. If you drive passengers as well, it is usually 10% lower. In some cities, Uber will also lower the commission to entice new drivers.
During peak times Uber may offer a pay “boost”. This is where Uber uses a multiplier to increase your earnings. If an in-demand delivery area advertises a multiplier, like , then your pay is multiplied by and therefore increased by 50%. The Uber commission is only applied to your initial fare, not the boost payment.
You can accept tips in cash or customers have the option to tip you in the app after the delivery is made.
UberEats Dallas Pay Calculations
With all these commissions, boosts, and compensation factors, it can get a bit confusing to calculate your pay. Although Uber does it for you, it is helpful to check your trip earnings for errors. Sometimes they are way off on the distance or the boost pay isn’t quite right. Maybe their commission seems too high?
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Once you do a couple trips, you can see how long they take and even calculate what you are making per hour.
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How much will I make per hour?
UberEats Dallas driver pay is around $20 per hour. Of course, you need to factor in expenses like your gas, maintenance and other vehicle costs.
How do multiple orders work?
Sometimes you will get a second or even third request to pick up an order at the same restaurant. Pay works essentially the same, except you will get an additional $ drop off fee for each delivery. Unfortunately you only get one pickup fee.
Time and Distance pay works the exact same way except of course you will get paid more because you have to drive to multiple drop off locations which is extra time and distance.
How do I get paid?
Method of Pay
Frequency of pay
Weekly unless you are eligible to sign up with Instant Pay to get paid daily if you want
Bonuses & Incentives
Yes. They can include incentives like a $3 bonus every trip completed in a particular area, like downtown. This is in addition to the boosts described above.
Hourly Guarantee or Standby Fee
For the most part, Uber does not offer hourly guarantees or standby fees for waiting online.
Yes, so long as the new driver completes the required number of trips. Bonuses typically range from $$
Yes, if you use an existing driver’s referral code. You usually have to complete a minimum number of trips within a certain time frame to be eligible.
UberEats Dallas Driver Requirements
- 19 years old or older for cars (18 years for cyclists)
- 2-door or 4-door car 20 years old or newer
- Valid driver’s license (You need to have a state-issued ID for cyclists.)
- Valid vehicle insurance
- Apple or Android smartphone
UberEats Dallas Map for Drivers
Check out the UberEats Dallas map that shows the zone the delivery service operates in. You can drive anywhere the zone indicates not just Houston. This includes Garland, Irving, Fort Worth, Denton, Grand Prairies, McKinney, Frisco and everywhere in between.
If you want to know the busiest areas, you can refer to the UberEats Dallas map of hotspots. The most orders will come from downtown, Highland Park, Northeast Dallas and Addison.
Sign Up Process
Step 1: Visit their website, download and sign up through their Driver app for Androidor Iphone.
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Step 2: Upload the required documents.
Step 3: Wait for Uber to review your information and notify you when you have been activated.
Step 4: Download the Uber Driver app if you haven’t already done so.
Step 5: Finally, log into the app and go online whenever you want to start accepting delivery requests!
Do I need an insulated delivery bag?
Bags are not mandatory but they sure help. You can by one through their supplier for approximately $ including shipping. It is important to note, some restaurants may not allow you to pickup an order without a bag, particularly when delivering pizzas. Either way, the cost is pretty low. For cyclists, the cost is around $
Are there scheduled shifts?
No. Just log in to the app and go online. You will then begin to receive “Pings”, which are on-demand requests for deliveries. Accept or decline requests and log off whenever you want! Uber states you must keep a satisfactory acceptance rate or you will be deactivate but there are conflicting reports about this actually happening.
Are there a minimum number of deliveries I need to do to stay active on the platform?
No, but if your documents expire you will need to upload new ones (for example, insurance) before you can start driving again.
Is there an orientation, interview or “onboarding” session?
No, everything is done online or you can you go the Greenlight Hub closest to you to sign up or get help if you need it!
How do multiple orders work?
Sometimes you will pick up more than one order at the same time from the same restaurant. In this case, everything remains the same except you get a drop-off fee for each location you deliver to. Of course, you will be paid the extra kilometres you drive and the extra time it takes but you will only be paid one pickup fee.
What happens if the customer doesn’t answer the door when I arrive?
Contact the customer by phone first. If they don’t answer, a timer will start and after minutes you can leave and will still get paid the full fare. You can keep the food too!
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You can also access the phone number in your Driver App. Note: This will bring you to the main Uber support number and they may re-direct you to the Ubereats support number.
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Police are trying to find the person who killed a mother of three, who was working a side job as an Uber Eats driver.
Ryan Graham Munsie is the second delivery driver murdered in North Texas in a one-month stretch.
Both cases are unsolved and police are not linking the killings.
Munsie was working her Uber Eats delivery job Jan. 23 when she was murdered, the company confirmed.
The year-old was found in the breezeway of the Northern Cross Apartments in Haltom City with “signs of trauma,” according to the police department.
“She was delivering food to someone in that building,” Haltom City police Sgt. Eric Peters said.
Munsie did not make it to the customer’s door before she was murdered.
The customer was questioned by police and cleared in the case, Peters said.
Police said they did not have a suspect or suspect description, and a motive was not made public.
Detectives have been canvassing the apartment complex for any witnesses or potential surveillance video that may lead police to the suspect or suspects.
Munsie left behind a husband and three children, ages 5, 10 and
Almost exactly one month before Munsie’s murder, another delivery driver was shot dead. This time, in West Dallas.
Timothy Paul Allen was an independent contractor delivering packages for Amazon using his personal car, according to his family.
Dallas police were called to the block of Leath Street Dec. 23 regarding a deceased body.
There, they found Allen shot and killed in his car.
Detectives believed he was killed Dec. 22 and said Allen had "just made a delivery to the Hamptons at Lakewest Apartments prior to the murder."
A motive is not known, but Allen’s cousin said no money or packages were taken from his car.
Allen’s killer is also still on the loose.
“My first thing was shock and then my first thought was, 'Oh my God, the community. What a loss,'” said Rusty Johnson, a musician and friend. “You don’t get to meet somebody like Paul Allen every day.”
Allen, 65, was a longtime musician.
He played piano at Nordstrom for years. He also played piano at area churches, according to his cousin.
Allen performed with bands and influenced "hundreds" of musicians over the years.
“He would have two sets of keyboards up there playing them,” Johnson said. “He would have a drum machine he was controlling with his feet. He would be playing the bass with his left hand. Just an incredible, incredible talent.”
Allen’s family said he picked up Amazon delivery as a side gig during the COVID pandemic.
The pandemic affected several of his musical performances.
Allen’s cousin called him a ‘kind and gentle soul’ who was 'non-confrontational" and lived to help others.
Haltom City police said their case hit especially close to home.
“Not only the fact that she was delivering in our city but the fact that she had three children now that don’t have a mother,” Peters said. “But also, the fact that she’s just out trying to make money in this difficult time, in this pandemic, so it’s a sad deal.”
A spokesperson for Uber released the following statement regarding the death of Munsie.
“We are deeply saddened by this horrible crime and our hearts are with Ryan’s family and loved ones. We will cooperate with law enforcement to help in any way we can.”
Bailey Ables, a friend of Munsie, set up a GoFundMe to help with funeral expenses.
Authorities are asking for the public's help to gather information in relation to both cases. Information is below.
Paul Allen Murder: The Dallas Police Department is asking anyone with information regarding the murder of Mr. Timothy Allen to please contact Homicide Detective Chris Anderson #, at or by email at [email protected] There is an up to $5, reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in this case.
Ryan Graham Munsie Murder: Crime Stoppers Tarrant County has issued a $1, reward for information that leads to an arrest for the person or persons responsible for this crime. Anyone that has information about this offense can call Crime Stoppers Tarrant County at or the detective assigned to the case, Corporal Miller, at Tips can also be submitted online through Crime Stoppers Tarrant County at wwwtips.com or through mobile app by downloading P3 Tips.
UberEATS Dallas Pay How much money do Uber Eats drivers earn in Dallas?
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How much do Uber Eats Drivers Earn in Dallas?
UberEATS drivers in Dallas earn approximately $43, per year.
The average UberEATS driver earns about $ per trip and makes about 2 trips per hour ($). The usual number of hours for a Uber Eats driver is 30 hours per week (amounting to a weekly total of $), which equals a yearly total of $43,
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What is UberEATS? Should I become an UberEATS driver in Dallas?
If you are already an Uber driver, perhaps youre looking for something similar, but yet slightly different? Unlike regular Uber trips (which connect drivers directly to passengers), UberEATS connects drivers with food-delivery couriers. Uber Eats is currently available across a wide variety of cities, and it often appeals to drivers who prefer to work mid-day or in the afternoons (as well as drivers who prefer to not interface directly with multiple passengers).
If you no longer want to pick up and drop off Uber passengers, UberEATS in Dallas could be a good alternative.
If youre interested in becoming an Uber EATS driver, you can sign-up here.
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If North Texans could count on one thing during the coronavirus pandemic, it was that third-party delivery companies like Uber Eats and DoorDash would shuttle food all over Dallas-Fort Worth — for a fee.
That all changed with a few inches of snow.
Uber Eats has been shut down in the Dallas area since Monday, confirms a spokeswoman. It’s unclear when the service will resume, but the ride-share company Uber is still operating in Dallas and its suburbs. Some restaurant owners say Uber drivers have been delivering their food.
[Update at 3 p.m. Feb. 19, Uber Eats and Postmates are expected to be back in operation at 4 p.m.]
A spokesman from DoorDash says its operations in Dallas are paused.
Some other third-party delivery services are operating at limited capacity as they negotiate icy roads. And many Dallasites are looking for food deliveries as they run low on groceries after staying home for a week. Restaurant workers in the Dallas area are getting back to work feeding their neighbors after days of power losses and burst pipes caused by Winter Storm Uri.
Tiff’s Treats announced on Feb. 21 that is is resuming its cookie delivery. Many customers who ordered cookies on Valentine’s Day did not get their treats, and owners Tiff and Leon Chen say they’re trying to get those items delivered by Monday.
Campisi’s employs its own delivery drivers, and all branches of the company — in Dallas, Plano, Frisco, Fort Worth and Rockwall — were delivering pizzas on Thursday until 7 p.m. Orders are cash only.
Greenville Avenue Pizza Company (GAPCo) is back open and delivering very late. The Greenville Avenue location delivers until 4 a.m. and the Peavy Road restaurant until 2 a.m. GAPCo employs its own delivery drivers.
Olivella’s Neo Pizza Napoletana is offering delivery from its two Dallas shops, in Lakewood and near Southern Methodist University. (And while the company is using third-party delivery companies to get pizza out the door, Olivella’s proprietor Charlie Green jokes that he’s operated his own Uber-like system, driving employees from home to the restaurants to keep them safe in snowy weather.)
Olivella’s in Fort Worth is closed right now because of the boil water notice.
At Commissary, a bakery, boutique grocery and deli in downtown Dallas, workers have been delivering food to anyone who orders $75 or more and lives or works within 10 miles of the shop. Commissary sells dinner kits, coffee, fruits and vegetables, and more. The shop is open from 8 am. to 4 p.m. Friday. It’s also fulfilling some orders via Grubhub.
“Commissary started delivery to help our customers that either haven’t been able to leave the house or don’t feel comfortable getting on the road right now,” says Michael Siegel, food and beverage director for Headington Cos. “We’re certainly focused on serving our downtown neighbors, but also want to spread the help as far as we can.”
Main Event is delivering an unexpected menu: pizza and burgers, sure, but also mini bowling sets, “slime surprises” and comic books. Tell someone with a bored kid at home! Main Event has many locations in D-FW, including in Grapevine, Plano, Lewisville, Frisco and Fort Worth.
Alto is back on the roads in Houston and Dallas. Alto is not delivering prepared meals at lunchtime, as it usually does, but the service has a “concierge” feature with which customers can schedule an Alto driver to pick up food from any restaurant that’s open, then deliver it.
Several restaurant owners said they had nixed their third-party delivery options during the snow event because roads are dangerous and they couldn’t be sure deliveries would arrive.
But Bar & Garden, a retail alcohol shop at Ross Ave. in Dallas, has sent wine and spirits out for delivery via Postmates (which was recently acquired by Uber).
An Uber spokeswoman says Postmates is shut down, too, but Julie Buckner Lane, managing partner at Bar & Garden, says she’s had some luck getting deliveries sent.
“This has been kind of surprising that they’re willing to pick up,” she says. “And people have been tipping like crazy — really generous tips whenever they choose delivery.”
Buckner Lane reiterates that the third-party delivery services probably cannot handle large quantities of deliveries. But she’s happy for the sales.
Bar & Garden stocked its shelves for Valentine’s Day but didn’t see as many sales as anticipated. Buckner Lane sent her staff home early, at 6 p.m. the night before Valentine’s Day, because of the anticipated “winter wallop” that left millions of Texans without power. The owner of the pizza joint Cane Rosso and Zoli’s reported that he lost $, just by being closed on Valentine’s Day.
Since Tuesday, Buckner Lane has been working alone at Bar & Garden. She says she’s seen a surprising number of customers.
“We have all this booze that needs to move,” she says. “We’ve had a lot of people walk from their homes. Very few people driving. It’s been unprecedented and weird, but we’re trying to roll with the punches.”
For more food news, follow Sarah Blaskovich on Twitter at @sblaskovich.
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