Earn $250+ After Delivering First Uber Eats Order


MyPoints is currently offering 40,000 points when becoming an Uber Eats delivery person and delivering your first order. Those points can be cashed out for at least $250.

Uber Eats

The Deal

  • Earn 40,000 points from MyPoints when becoming an Uber Eats delivery person & making your first delivery.
  • Direct link to offer.

Key Terms

  • Pass the background check and make your first delivery to earn!
  • You must complete your first delivery within 30 days of passing your background check.
  • Please allow 32 days after completing your first delivery for reward to appear in your account.
  • Bike, scooter and car signups are eligible to earn Points if available in your city.
  • Points for this offer can only be earned once.

Quick Thoughts

This is a great offer seeing as you can earn the points after making only one delivery. 40,000 points from MyPoints can be cashed out for $250 via PayPal or slightly more value when redeeming for third party gift card brands (the full list of cashout options can be viewed here once you have a MyPoints account).

That $250 is on top of the (miniscule) amount you’d earn from Uber Eats directly and the tip on the order. If your first order is a large one of you have a particularly generous person you’re delivering to, you could end up earning ~$300 just for making one delivery with no obligation to continue as an Uber Eats driver in the future.

If you’ve never used MyPoints before, you can earn 1,750 points (~$10) when signing up. You have to spend $20+ through the MyPoints portal within 30 days of joining to earn that welcome bonus, so you might have to take advantage of a different offer to earn that initial bonus seeing as you wouldn’t be spending $20 with this Uber Eats delivery person offer.

This Uber Eats delivery person offer is available on a couple of other shopping portals, but it’s not as generous. Swagbucks is offering $200 and Upromise is offering $150. MyPoints, Swagbucks and Upromise are all owned by Prodege, so there shouldn’t be any difference in reliability of tracking. Choosing MyPoints for the largest payout therefore makes the most sense seeing as it’s $50 more than Swagbucks.

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