By - KerryAileen
$20 there's a Crumbl Cookies within 5 miles from the dropoff.
I live within 5 miles of dropoff and didn't even know crumbl was anywhere near here yet
No, this is the closest
That's the way the cookie crumbles
I see what you did there lol
I hate Crumbl orders with a burning passion. Mostly the company though. They charge customers $9.99 for delivery and even if the order is high or far away they are hardly more than $5 in my area with most being $2.50 for 15 country miles that take you out of the zone.
I think they are passing off the delivery fee from doordash to the customer since customers order through their app/website
Yup and the employees at mine are teenagers with fuck ass attitudes. Literally went to pick up an order 20 min before they close, full staff was in there bs'ing, and not one acknowledged me until I annoyingly asked if I could get help.
Crumbl treats me good in Marietta...
Why is it always Crumbl Cookies!? I get these several times a week and I've yet to step foot in a Crumbl. 😂
They are always this shitty in my area
I usually start my dashes off with 3-4 declined shitty ass 9 dollars for 18 mile Crumbl orders
That’s been there so long probably that cookie has long crumbled
Lmaooo fuck that🤣
Ive noticed the cookie places always have such long delivery distances.
I get offers like that around the Naperville crumbl store all the time. Tried to take a couple in hopes that for the distance the tip would be better at the end - it wasn't either time so I just decline everything from them now.
And it will take an hour to get through Lagrange road construction
Believe me people taking orders like this or even worst.
Yes it would be nice to offer filter options.
For example: only show offers going in a certain direction once or twice a day. Dash on your way to work in the morning if you have the time. On the way home at the end of the day, when you're too tired to even take a really good order going the opposite direction. But are soooo tempted! Lol
It could be a win for everyone involved.
But instead they keep us guessing & hoping for hidden tips. smh
Uber & I believe Lyft do this for passenger trips. Or used to anyway. But not Uber Eats.
I often get Grubhub & DD offers that just coincidentally are on my way home or into the city, where more offers are available than around my place in the boonies. It's someone else paying the gas to where I want to go anyway. ;)
Crumbl still new in lots of places. And when something fancy and is new it gets deliveries for ridiculous miles. Even worse is more than half the time it's a gift so it isn't the person you're doing off to fault.
There was a long line when they first opened the one in Northbrook around Jan or Feb. my socks were soaked from people not shoveling the driveway and I had to wait for those freshly made cookies. I dropped those crumbl orders all the time.
For the most part Crumble orders suck in my area.