Would you pay $3 bucks for delivery? This is a survey. Thank you for your replies. Love all Koma.
not for burger king! for good chinese or thai
you're in the city, everything's more $$
Oh, why can't we break away from all this, just you and I, and lodge with my fleas in the hills? I mean flee to my lodge in the hills.
Koma, do you plan on making a business out of delivering fast food? It will not be successful because getting fast food delivering breaks the whole reason why people buy it at all. They buy it out when they don't want to wait, they wont have it delivered.
Fast food no for TGIFridays or Outback or Texas Road House YESS I hate driving over there. In fact I pretty much hating eating out anymore lol
This question depends entirely on how far the restaurant is from your residence, how much time it will take to retrieve the food, and what means of transportation you intend to use to get there. When you factor in the price of fuel, the wear and tear on your automobile, and the opportunity cost of your time (in other words, what you could be doing better with it than picking up food), it would have to be an extremely short drive to ever be worth it if you could have it delivered for $3.00 (assuming there wasn't an expected tip, and even then it would be more often than not a good deal).
I'd say just about always "yes" for $3.00 unless the restaurant was in reasonable take-out walking distance (under half a mile).
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