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How do consumer fees work on Uber Eats?

When you place an order on Uber Eats, the fees you pay help cover delivery costs.

Orders delivered with Uber Eats may include the following fees.

- Delivery Fee: Delivery fees vary for each restaurant based on your location and availability of nearby delivery people. You'll always know the delivery fee before selecting a restaurant.

- Service Fee: The Service Fee equals 15% of your order's subtotal and is calculated on the amount before any promotions or discounts are applied. There's a $2.50 minimum, but it's not more than $4.50. The fee does not apply to restaurants that deliver their own orders.

- Small Order Fee: A Small Order Fee may apply when an order's subtotal is less than a certain amount. The Small Order Fee varies by city, but is either $2 for subtotals less than $10 or $3 for subtotals less than $15. You can remove this fee by adding more items to your cart.

- Delivery adjustment fee: A delivery adjustment fee refers to an update you made after placing your order- like changing your address. It helps to pay your delivery person for extra time and effort.
If you changed your address, the delivery adjustment and items in your cart may be subject to tax based on your new delivery location.

These fees work together to help cover delivery costs and keep delivery people on the road so your food can arrive quickly and reliably.