The food delivery company Bite Squad is expanding its enrollment in its unlimited delivery service.
For a monthly fee, select customers in more than 30 metropolitan areas where Bite Squad delivers will be able to get unlimited delivery a month.
The fee is up to $9.99 per month, depending on the city and location.
“We can see that food delivery is becoming more and more ingrained in our customers’ daily lives,” said Kian Salehi, Bite Squad co-founder and CEO when the company was beta-testing the program. “We’re working to make the ordering process as easy and worry-free as possible. With Unlimited, customers no longer have to deal with delivery fees - they can simply order as many times as they want and enjoy the convenience of the service.”
Bite Squad tested the program last month and invited some customers via email. Evidently, the test performed as they had hoped and now more customers have been invited to enroll.
Enrolled customers can order multiple times a day or month from restaurants within a 4-mile radius.
“This is a big win for everybody,” said Salehi. “It gives us a more predictable and sustainable revenue source, and it gives substantial cost savings to customers who want more frequent deliveries.”
Bite Squad was founded in 2012 in Minneapolis, Minnesota by two friends who saw that restaurants and local eaters needed a food delivery service that was fast and affordable. The company has a fleet of eco-friendly vehicles in its different markets designated for food delivery.
Unlike other third-party services, there are no order minimums.
Besides Minneapolis, Bite Squad also delivers in Florida cities, including Gainesville and St. Petersburg.
Do you think this third-party service can compete with UberEats and DoorDash?
Will bigger delivery companies follow Bite Squad's lead and offer an unlimited delivery membership program?