Your comprehensive guide to becoming an UberEats Phoenix driver. We go over the pay, requirements and sign up process. Once you become a driver, we even have a pay calculator so you can make sure all your earnings are correct.
The best thing about being an UberEats Phoenix driver is the flexibility. There are no minimum hours, no requirement to sign up for shifts or complete a set number of deliveries. Work when you want to work!
Once you qualify, simply open the app, go online and start accepting delivery requests. If you want to take a break, stop for gas or just go home, just log off and you’re done. It’s that simple!
Let’s show you how to get started so you can hit the road and make some money!
- Ways to Deliver in Phoenix
- Uber Eats Phoenix Driver Pay
- Requirements for Uber Eats
- Uber Eats Phoenix Maps
- 5 Step Sign Up Process
- Uber Eats FAQ
- Contact Information
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Ways to Deliver in Phoenix
UberEats Phoenix drivers have the most ways to deliver. You can drive a scooter, a car or even ride your bike.
UberEats Phoenix Pay
UberEats Phoenix pay is calculated using a combination of 4 factors: pick up, drop off, time and distance. You are not paid by hour but rather by delivery.
First of all, you will be paid a flat fee to pick up the food and a flat fee to drop off the food, totaling $2.50.
Pay also includes a fixed amount per mile traveled from the restaurant to the customer. Unfortunately, you are typically not paid to travel to the restaurant. You also get a fixed amount per minute while on the delivery, which is based on an estimate that Uber’s algorithm calculates.
Commissions and Extra Pay
Even more important to know is Uber takes a commission from the pay outlined above. This is known as “The Uber Fee”, or Commission, which is typically 25% – 35% but can be as low as 5%. This can vary though depending on when you signed up, method of delivery and if you also drive UberX or another passenger service. If you drive passengers as well, it is usually 10% lower. In some cities, Uber will also lower the commission to entice new drivers.
During peak times Uber may offer a pay “boost”. This is where Uber uses a multiplier to increase your earnings. If an in-demand delivery area advertises a multiplier, like 1.5, then your pay is multiplied by 1.5 and therefore increased by 50%. The Uber commission is only applied to your initial fare, not the boost payment.
You can accept tips in cash or customers have the option to tip you in the app after the delivery is made.
UberEats Phoenix Pay Calculations
With all these commissions, boosts, and compensation factors, it can get a bit confusing to calculate your pay. Although Uber does it for you, it is helpful to check your trip earnings for errors. Sometimes they are way off on the distance or the boost pay isn’t quite right. Maybe their commission seems too high?
We have your covered! Try our NEW UberEats Pay Calculator. Just enter all rates for your city (found above) and the Driver Pay Calculator will do the work for you!
Once you do a couple trips, you can see how long they take and even calculate what you are making per hour.
How much will I make per hour?
UberEats Phoenix driver pay is approximately $17.55 per hour, however this is for all drivers including those transport passengers too. Remember, this is your gross pay, so you still need to cover expenses for your vehicle like gas.
Uber Pro Phoenix
In November 2018, Uber announced a reward program for its drivers called Uber Pro. Drivers earn points in order to reach certain Uber Pro levels like Gold or Platinum. They can then begin to receive benefits like free tuition, roadside assistance, priority support, cash back on gas and much more.
You can visit Uber’s webpage for complete information on these programs. Although you can earn points doing deliveries, drivers who only do UberEats and do not transport passengers are not eligible for UberPro yet. The program is still in the Beta stage though so keep checking back for updates on the program as it progresses.
How do I get paid?
Bonuses & Incentives
UberEats Phoenix Driver Requirements
- 19 years old or older for cars & scooter (18 years for cyclists)
- 2-door or 4-door car 20 years old or newer
- Valid driver’s license (You need to have a state-issued ID for cyclists.)
- Valid vehicle insurance
- Apple or Android smartphone
UberEats Phoenix Map for Drivers
Check out the UberEats Phoenix map that shows the zone the delivery service operates in. It doesn’t just cover downtown Phoenix but much of the surrounding area.
The Phoenix delivery area covers: Sun City West, Surprise, Waddell, Litchfield Park, Goodyear, Tolleson, Peoria, Paradise Valley, Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, Guadalupe, Gilbert, Chandler, Queen Creek, Sun Lakes and more.
If you want to know the busiest areas, you can refer to the UberEats Phoenix hotspots map. The smaller boxes show where most orders are coming from.
If you are looking for the best places to drive UberEats, the Phoenix hotspots are in Tempe, Scottsdale and Phoenix itself. Weekends, lunch and dinner are of course always the busiest.
Sign Up Process
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Step 2: Upload the required documents.
Step 3: Wait for Uber to review your information and notify you when you have been activated.
Step 4: Download the Uber Driver app if you haven’t already done so.
Step 5: Finally, log into the app and go online whenever you want to start accepting delivery requests!
Do I need an insulated delivery bag?
Bags are not mandatory but they sure help. You can by one through their supplier for approximately $11.25 including shipping. It is important to note, some restaurants may not allow you to pickup an order without a bag, particularly when delivering pizzas. Either way, the cost is pretty low. For cyclists, the cost is around $40.
Are there scheduled shifts?
No. Just log in to the app and go online. You will then begin to receive “Pings”, which are on-demand requests for deliveries. Accept or decline requests and log off whenever you want! Uber states you must keep a satisfactory acceptance rate or you will be deactivate but there are conflicting reports about this actually happening.
Are there a minimum number of deliveries I need to do to stay active on the platform?
No, but if your documents expire you will need to upload new ones (for example, insurance) before you can start driving again.
Is there an orientation, interview or “onboarding” session?
No, everything is done online or you can you go the Greenlight Hub closest to you to sign up or get help if you need it!
How do multiple orders work?
Sometimes you will pick up more than one order at the same time from the same restaurant. In this case, everything remains the same except you get a drop-off fee for each location you deliver to. Of course, you will be paid the extra kilometres you drive and the extra time it takes but you will only be paid one pickup fee.
What happens if the customer doesn’t answer the door when I arrive?
Contact the customer by phone first. If they don’t answer, a timer will start and after 5-8 minutes you can leave and will still get paid the full fare. You can keep the food too!
Uber support twitter: Uber_support
Uber Help Center: Help Center
Ubereats support number: 1-800-617-1979 (for drivers currently on deliveries)
Uber support number: 1-800-593-7069 (only for current drivers)
You can also access the phone number in your Driver App. Note: This will bring you to the main Uber support number and they may re-direct you to the Ubereats support number.
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