Delivery.com

Delivery.com
Delivery.com
Type Private
Founded New York City, New York, USA
2004
Headquarters New York City, New York, United States
Area served United States
Owner Cantor Fitzgerald
Website http://delivery.com
Type of site Online ordering
Registration Required
Available in English
Current status Active

Delivery.com is an online ordering website, where users order same-day delivery and pickup from local merchants.

Delivery.com allows users to place online orders from restaurants, caterers, florists, grocers, wine and liquor stores and other local merchants in the United States. Delivery.com has merchants in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, Washington DC, Miami, Jersey City, Hoboken, Dallas, and other cities.

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Products and Services

Online Ordering

To place an online order at Delivery.com, users begin by entering an address. A list of restaurants and other local merchants that offer delivery and pickup to that address is generated. The customer selects a merchant, browses their online menu or inventory, selects the items they want to order, and places the order.[1]

Additional Features

Delivery.com allows users to create profiles, where they can store addresses, credit card information and favorite orders. The website also features a point system, where customers are awarded 25 Delivery Points for every $1 they spend on the website. The points can then be redeemed for prizes and gift cards.[2]

Partner Program

Members of the Delivery.com Partner Program may refer merchants or other users to Delivery.com and become eligible to earn commissions on qualified orders placed by referred users or with referred merchants.[3]

Press

  • "Delivery.com Takes Shopping Local Into the Digital Age" Food & Drink Digital
  • "17 Dot Com Failures and Their Modern Counterparts" The Next Web
  • "NU Alum, CEO Discusses Food Delivery Service" The Daily Northwestern
  • "Connecting Offline Businesses with Online Customers" Fox Business
  • "Delivery.com Unveils New and Improved Online Ordering Product for Offices" Delivery.com
  • "Delivery.com's CEO Tells Us How to Get Anything Delivered in the U.S. The Next Web
  • "Cashing in on the Local Craze" Fox Business
  • "Delivery.com: Amazon on a Local Level" CNBC
  • "Delivery.com Sets Up Shop in Hoboken" H-Mag
  • "New iPhone App Delivery.com, Local Online Ordering Made Easy" Product reviews
  • "Delivery.com’s New iPhone App Will Keep You Happy and Full" Gizmodo
  • "Delivery.com Launches iPhone App" Boy Genius Report
  • "Delivery.com Launches App" Grub Street New York
  • "Delivery.com Unveils Free iPhone Application for Easy Ordering on the Go" Delivery.com
  • "Delivery.com and Restaurant Depot Partner to Expand Network of Participating Merchants for Online Ordering" BusinessWire
  • "How Howard Lutnick is Growing Cantor and BGC" Businessweek
  • "Mission: Delivered" Yahoo!
  • "NYC Gets Carded by Delivery.com" Yahoo!
  • "Thursday night and the living is cheesy" New York Post
  • "NYC wok stars" New York Post
  • "The Best of Delivery.com: BBQ Pit" NYU Local
  • "Delivery.com Members Working Together to Support the Environment This Earth Day and Beyond" AllBusiness.com

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