What is a Meal Credit?
A meal credit is a meal budget provided by your employer for use on Grubhub. Your employer determines the budget amount, the availability (time of day, days of week), the frequency (daily, weekly, etc) and what location(s) you can use it in (only in-office, anywhere, etc).

The day your credit first becomes available, if your administrator chooses to send it, you’ll receive an email sharing all of the details of your meal credit, including the amount and the ordering window.

How to Apply Your Budget
When ordering on a desktop:

  1. When you are logged in and on the homepage, in the upper right-hand corner, you will see a Wallet that houses your meal credit. To order, simply enter your delivery address, start ordering from a local restaurant, and then your meal credit will automatically be applied to your order at checkout. You will be directed to the Restaurant Selection and Filtering page.

  1. You can also apply your meal credit when reviewing your order under the “Payment information” section at checkout. Again, please note that your meal credit only appears if the desired delivery time falls within the time frame of the credit.

If you order via the Grubhub app, you will see a Wallet at the top of your homepage informing you of your available meal credit and your meal credit will automatically apply at checkout.