Delivery kicks off in New York City today via Seamless.
Dunkin’ has partnered with Grubhub for its nationwide delivery program, debuting throughout New York City today via sister company Seamless, according to Yahoo Finance. Delivery in Boston, Chicago and Philadelphia will reportedly follow.
Dunkin’s goal is to offer delivery in 3,000 locations by the end of the year, with the remaining 9,400-plus stores delivering next year, according to the article. The rollout is promising: In a test last year, wait times at stores were under 15 minutes, while average order sizes were two times the normal ticket, according to Yahoo.
The undisclosed deal is one of the largest partnerships of its kind for Grubhub, which also launched delivery with Yum! Brands KFC and Taco Bell recently.
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