Pros: Their restaurant database is extremely vast and comprehensive
Delivery Points make you feel like you are actually contributing to society
Great customer support
Cons: Lack of time frame used in Seamless can leave you salivating
Summary: Choosing a delivery website in New York City is like choosing a house in Harry Potter, it matters. Delivery.com is a wonderful website, though missing a delivery time frame, it still has great perks, wonderful layout and provides you with all the tools to exercise the glutton in us all. To feed the beast, if you will.
I CAME, I SAW, I ATE
So I just moved to New York and though I had lived here before, this time was for real. The biggest thing that shocked me from the city was how everything was available for delivery. Cars, massage therapists, barber, hell you could even get baby if you really looked around.
So my roommate left for the weekend and I decided that I was going to stay in and order some food. Well Delivery.com, has the luxury of the keyword "Delivery", so it was the first thing that popped up.
And it's not that I had never ordered food before, but it was the variety that got me.
So I ordered a hamburger, entered my credit card, the tip, and waited patiently. Not too long later, I had my food.
It was not until I actually sank my teeth into the cow, that I realized it was too late to turn back now.
It was the start of a 3 day bender of nothing but delivery.com. Breakfast, lunch, other lunch, meal in-between lunch, ice cream, maybe a donut, then dinner.
Out of control this phrase is an understatement. And the amount of money you spend on a delivery rack up Delivery Points. You can purchase coupons for Delivery.com, a MacBook, and you can even donate to charity. I found my self adding an extra eggroll or two (Or five) just to bump that number up. What? I donated the points to the Boys and Girls Club.
Now after this I was sold, this would be my hub for my late night cravings, but my roommate came back almost in disgust. Not of my food orgy, but about my choice of delivery website. It's like the Game of Thrones, and I think seamless is the Red Witch. She lures you in with her mystical fire gazing, giving you the time-frames of deliveries, but she's evil.
Delivery.com is a great place to call home. Oh. It's around 11:30. Time for a mid-morning, after breakfast, donut.