McDonald's adds DoorDash as new delivery partner, ending its exclusive deal with Uber Eats

McDonald’s partnership with DoorDash will launch in the Houston, Texas area across over 200 restaurants on July 29.
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McDonald’s has added DoorDash as a new delivery partner, which brought an end to its exclusive partnership with UberEats. The move is part of the fast food giant’s effort to widen the reach of its McDelivery service to customers.

McDonald’s partnership with DoorDash will launch in the Houston, Texas area across over 200 restaurants on July 29.

Under this partnership, the fast food giant’s menu will be available on DoorDash’s subscription program, offering its members with unlimited free delivery on orders of $12 or more.

Since 2017, Uber Eats has singularly handled McDonald’s delivery in about 64 percent of the chain’s stores in the US. Since then, delivery has grown to be $3 billion business for McDonald’s. 

Chris Kempczinski, Head of McDonald’s US, said, “Building on the success of McDelivery in the US, we’re excited to make McDelivery accessible to customers on DoorDash, which is available in all 50 states and reaches 80 percent of Americans, making it even more convenient for our customers to enjoy their favorite McDonald’s menu items on their terms.”

Christopher Payne, Chief Operating Officer, DoorDash, added, “We are excited to make that entire equation work.”

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