Inslee announces third party delivery fees to help restaurants

Inslee announces third party delivery fees to help restaurants

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Government Jay Insley today announced the new amount of fees charged to restaurants by third-party distribution sites such as Uber Eats, Door Dash, GroupHub, Postmates and others.

“We acknowledge the challenges posed by COVID-19 to our restaurant community, and we owe it to third-party distribution sites that have made it possible for Washington to continue to support local restaurants, and to allow many businesses to remain open,” Insley said.

“However, these are difficult times. We must all make sacrifices in these uniquely challenging times to support these businesses and slow the spread of COVID-19.”

The Declaration Hats delivery fee 15% and total fee 18% of the purchase price of an order. The use of third-party distribution sites has increased this year as fewer people dine at home due to health restrictions and concerns about contracting COVID-19.

The declaration is similar to the measures taken in several cities around Washington. It comes into effect on Wednesday, November 25 at 12:01 p.m.

Read the full declaration here.

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