When you advertise on Deliveroo, your business appears in the Featured section near the top of the app. Amounts are given in GBP, with costs for each market provided below.

A new way to grow sales

This means hungry customers are likely to see your brand name and photo when they open Deliveroo. It’s a great way to attract new customers and stand out from the competition.

We clearly label adverts, to keep customers informed.

How you can stay in control of your spend

First, you’ll set an overall budget. We then deduct a set amount from this budget every time a customer taps on your advert and views your menu.

Menu views start at just £0.10 GBP, but you can choose to increase the price if you like.

  • AED = 1AED
  • HKD = $1
  • AUD = $0.30
  • EUR = €0.10
  • KWD = 0.1KWD

The more you pay for your views, the more often your advert is likely to appear. That way, you’ll use your budget up faster but might get more exposure for your brand.

Feel free to experiment to see what works for you.

More than one site? You can choose to advertise specific sites or include them all.

When you want to boost sales at one particular site, it’s best to advertise that site on its own. When you combine sites in a single advert, sites in busier areas tend to get more menu views and will likely use more of your budget.

Tracking your extra orders

We’ll end your advert either on the date you’ve selected or when your budget has been used up – whichever comes first.

We’ll take payment for the budget you’ve used from your next invoice. We won’t charge you for any unused budget.

Once your advert’s finished, log into Restaurant Hub to see how well it performed.

Your report will show you how many people tapped on your advert and how many of those customers placed an order.

Most importantly, you’ll be able to see how many new customers you attracted and how many extra orders you generated.

Read more about advertising with Marketer adverts

Understanding your advert’s performance report

Frequently asked questions about adverts

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