Free 1-Year Grubhub Subscription: How Bank of America Cardholders Can Take Advantage

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If you are a Bank of America cardholder — and especially if you’re hungry — then you’re in luck. Eligible BofA cardholders can now receive Grubhub+ free for one year. The free membership gives you unlimited $0 delivery fees on orders of $12 or more, plus exclusive perks from restaurants on Grubhub.

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The promotion, which began on Aug. 18, allows eligible cardholders to activate a one-year, complimentary Grubhub+ membership trial valued at nearly $120, BofA said on its website.

Grubhub+ members can also get a donation match on Grubhub+ orders when they are opted into Grubhub’s “Donate the Change” program, which raised more than $25 million in 2021 alone, benefiting more than 20 charitable organizations.

“This is truly a win-win, with Bank of America now rewarding cardholders with deals and perks from restaurants they will love, and Grubhub tapping into Bank of America’s loyal and vast customer base to drive even more orders to restaurant owners and drivers,” Launika Raykar, vice president of loyalty at Grubhub, said in a news release.

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To be eligible for this program, you must be either a Bank of America debit, credit or small business cardholder who is not already a Grubhub+ member, the TipRanks website reported.

BofA cardholders who are not already Grubhub+ members can activate their complimentary Grubhub+ trial by visiting grubhub.com/partner/bofa. Cardholders who are not eligible for the offer can still receive $5 off their next three Grubhub orders of $15 or more.

“Giving our clients Grubhub+ free for a year is just one of the ways we’re helping them navigate their finances and make every dollar go farther,” Chris Curtin, social media and rewards executive at Bank of America, said in a statement. “We are always looking for ways to do more for our clients and say ‘thank you,’ and this partnership will bring that message right to their door.”

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The BofA partnership follows a similar partnership Grubhub struck with Amazon Prime in July. As GOBankingRates reported, the deal will allow Prime members to sign up for a free, one-year Grubhub+ membership. Amazon took a stake in the food delivery company on July 6.

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Vance Cariaga is a London-based writer, editor and journalist who previously held staff positions at Investor’s Business Daily, The Charlotte Business Journal and The Charlotte Observer. His work also appeared in Charlotte Magazine, Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal and Business North Carolina magazine. He holds a B.A. in English from Appalachian State University and studied journalism at the University of South Carolina. His reporting earned awards from the North Carolina Press Association, the Green Eyeshade Awards and AlterNet. In addition to journalism, he has worked in banking, accounting and restaurant management. A native of North Carolina who also writes fiction, Vance’s short story, “Saint Christopher,” placed second in the 2019 Writer’s Digest Short Short Story Competition. Two of his short stories appear in With One Eye on the Cows, an anthology published by Ad Hoc Fiction in 2019. His debut novel, Voodoo Hideaway, was published in 2021 by Atmosphere Press.
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