On the heels of a $300 million funding round valued at $1.2 billion, Postmates is making its Unlimited monthly subscription product a bit more economical. Postmates Unlimited, which costs $9.99 per month (or $7.99 per month paid annually), is lowering its minimum order size from $20 to $15. That means in order to get free delivery, you have to spend at least $15.
The on-demand delivery startup first launched its Amazon Prime-style subscription service in March 2016. At the time, the minimum order fee was $30. Just a few months later, Postmates lowered the minimum cart size to $25.
Postmates says one of every three orders come via its Unlimited members.