Standard delivery time for Seamless is anywhere from 35 to 55 minutes, with Caviar and Postmates somewhere in the same realm. UberEATS is arguably the fastest, offering as low as a 15-26 minute wait on some orders. There’s also an instant delivery option that promises to get you food in under 10 minutes from a list of daily specials from local restaurants (this feature is currently only available between 14th St and 59th during the week from 11am-2pm).
It’s cheaper... for now
Menu prices remain the same on UberEATS, but unlike some Seamless vendors, there’s no requirement to meet a minimum in order to place an order on UberEATS (many on Seamless can be as high as $15 or $20). And, whereas Caviar and Postmates charge a delivery fee on ALL orders, there's none of those on UberEATS either. So you could theoretically order a $3.25 carne asada taco from Otto’s Tacos and call it a day -- an option unrivaled by any other delivery service out there.
A rep for Uber tells me this won’t last forever though, and there are only no minimums and no delivery fees “for a limited time.” They’ve assured that when the change is made, the fee, which will be tacked onto all orders, will be low (though no number was specified). One thing that won't change? Like a regular Uber, you don't have to tip.