Mar 17, 2021
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Shake Shack is rolling out its own delivery service nationwide.
The move is part of the collaboration between Shake Shack and Uber Eats, which also offers Shake Shack deliveries. Customers who order through the iOS Shake Shack app will have a $0.99 flat delivery fee, though there's no delivery fee for orders over $35.
Shake Shack customers can also order delivery via the burger chain's website by entering their locations.
To celebrate the launch, Shake Shack is offering free fries with every delivery order over $15 through the Shack app with promo code "GIMME" Wednesday through March 31.
Customers can also track their orders in real time through the app. Other delivery apps, including DoorDash and Grubhub, also deliver orders from Shake Shack. The chain also offers food pickup via walk-up windows, drive-up windows, curbside pickup and in-store pickup shelves.
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“With an influx of new and returning guests to our digital channels this past year, we’ve accelerated our digital investment," said Randy Garutti, Shake Shack CEO. "Delivery through the Shack app represents the latest innovation from Shake Shack and is reflective of our increasing focus on convenience across the broader Shake Shack experience.”
Shake Shack's digital sales made up nearly 60% of total sales in the fourth quarter of 2020. The fast-food chain's app and web sales in the fourth quarter grew 3.5 times year over year.
The nationwide delivery rollout follows pilots in Miami in December 2020 and New York in January 2021.