1. Turn your free time into earnings with the Postmates Fleet app— deliver goods from local merchants to customers.
2. Sign up and we’ll send you a free delivery bag and prepaid card so you can deliver food, drinks, retail, and more—from anywhere in your city—literally.
Earn on your own schedule.
It’s free to sign up and fast to get started. There are no fees or time commitments, so you take home 100% of what you earn every time you complete a delivery.
Clear earnings, instant deposits.
See how much you earned after each delivery and exactly how your earnings were calculated. Get free weekly deposits or cash out instantly anytime you want.
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Sign up and we’ll send you a free delivery bag and prepaid card so you can deliver food, drinks, retail, and more—from anywhere in your city—literally.
Sign up now and start earning today.
Download the app, enter some basic details and start delivering. It’s that easy. You’ll be on your way in no time.
It’s a great way to make some extra money on the side
I’ve been doing Postmates now for over a year. It helps when a person needs some extra money when in a pinch. I’m not sure how I feel about the new version of the app because it seems as though you have to do some extra steps and it doesn’t seem to be so user friendly like the old app but I guess I just have to get used to it like any other updated apps. The only drawbacks that I encountered so far is that sometimes it takes awhile for an offer to come thru. There have been times when I’ve waited over an hour, during rush hours, to receive an offer while the map shows it’s a very busy area. Another thing that happens is the accuracy of the location and where I’m delivering to is not always that accurate so it leaves you scrambling to find the drop off while trying to notify the customer. All in all, it’s a great way to make extra money and from what I’m told it pays more than the other food delivering companies.
Great Side Hustle & Experience!
I’ve been off and on with Postmates since 2017. Now, I’m doing this everyday(2-6 hours), weekend is busy and look forward to it as street parking is free, fast but easy pace with lots of customers. So far my experiences has been excellent with very few problems picking up food and delivering it to happy customers. Tips: Make sure to include extra condiments and utensils, double check your orders. Carry a cooler with ice packets for cold drinks(really helps on longer drives) and extra hot bags. My Examples: app crashed(lost customer address), restaurant no longer carry a food item, extra long lines and wait time, don’t panic and call or text your customers immediately resolving the situation on the spot, communicating with your customers will make them feel important and cared as a customer, great customer service is everything! Again, great side hustle for purchasing gas, groceries or treating yourself something nice much better than working a part-time job for someone else. Mahalo & Aloha!
Full time deliever for ASU college Tempe/AZ
I’ve done 1043 delieveries on bicycle for ASU college area-Tempe Az since last October, I do this full time, and since March 2019, the average of working 25 delieveries a day for $100 plus tips, has dropped to 3 delieveries-some days, 5 others/or none.. for $15 sometimes. Since the time I’ve started, they’ve implemented direct deposit cash out... added better gps response....but appear as the lesser of alternatives to deliver for. -And this is due to lack of available offers, and $4-$1=3 for each order (This being said, I do this full time still.. $400 a month.. “used to be $1,200 a month”) But the two things I want changed, ability to choose priority of where’s next to drop off.. Too many times I get an order that’s 1 block away to drop off, but another order is added that needs me to make this order wait another 15 minutes, I should be able to tell the app this order first is the better alternative route Second, I like the new drop off and pick up conformation, and payments per delievery set up in this 2 step system But go back to 4, or more.. $3 an order isn’t bad, but 4 was already low, and your hurting your company image by paying delieveriers less to be more secure. I still support and use postmates fleet as my means for living, but if they cannot fix this downhill slope, I’ll end up going back to working somewhere for hours everyday for $10+ hr