DoorDash just announced services in three new states, and with that it reached a new milestone: becoming the first third-party delivery service officially operating in all 50 states. According to a press release sent out today, that makes DoorDash available to roughly 80 percent of Americans. As is pretty much customary at this point, DoorDash will offer a deal in honor of today’s news: for today, customers will only pay a 50-cent delivery fee for all orders over $10.
The milestone comes with the addition of DoorDash service to Montana (Billings, Bozeman, Missoula), Alaska (Anchorage), and South Dakota (Sioux Falls), and brings the total number of cities where DoorDash delivers to over 3,300. By comparison, Grubhub says it currently serves 1,700 U.S. cities (plus London). Uber Eats, meanwhile, serves only a few hundred in the U.S. but is expanding all over the map, including to the Middle East and Asia. However, number of cities doesn’t necessarily equal the most marketshare, and DoorDash is still third behind Grubhub and Uber Eats in terms of customers.