A few months ago Dosh added Postmates to the app and was offering 32% cashback for new customers and 5.5% cashback for existing customers. Those rates have now been increased to 40% and 6% respectively.
- Tap through to Postmates from the Dosh app and pay with a Dosh-connected card and earn the following cashback:
- New customers – 40%
- Existing customers – 6%
- If you’re new to Dosh, feel free to sign up using one of our referral links. We’ll earn $10 when you sign up and connect and verify your first card, but I’m not entirely sure what you’ll receive as a signup bonus. It used to be $5, then they reduced it to $1, but I’m not sure if it’s gone back up now or not.
- US only.
- Users must opt-in on Postmates for their order to earn commission, users with limited ad tracking will not receive commission for their order. Orders must be completed in the Postmates webview to earn a commission.
- Valid only when you use the Shop button to open Postmates from Dosh.
- Cash back will be deposited into your Dosh account within 90 days.
- Offers are redeemable as long as available in the Dosh app. Check the app before making a purchase.
I think Dosh increased the rates for Postmates several weeks ago, but I only just realized that we never updated this post to share the higher cashback earnings.
Earning 40% cashback on your first order is an excellent return. Getting 6% back on subsequent orders is also a very good return seeing as there are very few portals that offer cashback for existing Postmates customers and I think the current highest rate elsewhere is 5%.
The terms state that you have to pay with a Dosh-connected card, but I suspect that’s not enforced. I always earned 5.5% cashback when placing Uber Eats orders after tapping through from Dosh back when the app offered cashback for Uber Eats (that seemed to end a month ago or so), even though I paid with Uber Eats credits from our Amex Platinum and Gold cards. Those credits were preloaded to my account, so not paying with a Dosh-connected card didn’t seem to be an issue. Having said that, if you’ll be paying with a credit card for your Postmates order, you might as well add it to Dosh just in case this Postmates partnership is set up slightly differently.
I’m assuming that Postmates offers some kind of welcome offer for new users, but that’s perhaps only available when signing up via someone’s referral link. If that’s the case, choosing the best option between the referral offer and 40% cashback from Dosh will depend on how much that referral offer can save you and how much your first order would be.