Uber Eats launches payment by Ticket Restaurant® Card in France in partnership with Edenred

uploaded on 28 September 2018

Card machine payment using Ticket Restaurant card

Uber Eats launches payment by Ticket Restaurant® Card in France in partnership with Edenred

Uber Eats and Edenred France team up to enable Ticket Restaurant® card holders to have their meals delivered in a simple, fast and secure way via the Uber Eats application.

Whether for an impromptu breakfast, a quick lunch on the go or with colleagues, take every opportunity to test this new payment method available from Monday to Saturday. The 600,000 French users of the Ticket Restaurant card will be able to order their meals in the 42 French cities where Uber Eats is available. And this without any minimum order value and regardless of the amount of the bill, a credit card or a Paypal account can be used with a simple click to supplement the amount deducted from the Ticket Restaurant account.


Order your meal on the Uber Eats application via your Ticket Restaurant account in a few seconds:

  1. Connect to the Uber Eats application available on iPhone and Android with your Uber login details
  2. Add your MyEdenred account in the Payment section (‘Add payment method’)
  3. Select a restaurant that accepts the Ticket Restaurant card and choose your dishes
  4. Click on ‘order’, select ‘Ticket Restaurant’ at the time of payment
  5. Have your meal delivered in less than 30 minutes

Uber Eats' mission is to enable everyone to be delivered anywhere, anytime, in a few clicks and with as many choices as possible. Today, Uber Eats offers nearly 7,000 restaurants and 45 different types of cuisine in France.

Edenred, a global leader in payments for the working world, is present in 45 countries. In France, its Ticket Restaurant program is used by 1.8 million employees, more than a third of whom pay for their meals by card or via the mobile application.

“We are delighted to announce this partnership which meets a long-standing demand from French consumers by allowing them to use this new means of payment directly via the application in addition to their personal credit card and Paypal. We want to be part of the French people’s everyday life by offering them the most optimal experience for each order”, says Stéphane Ficaja, General Manager Uber Eats France.

“With this partnership, Edenred is pursuing its innovation strategy aimed at anticipating and supporting employees' consumption patterns. A leader in the meal voucher market, Edenred is the only issuer in France to offer a comprehensive range of payments, from cards to mobile payments and integrated payments in an application. With this new service, Edenred is strengthening its position as leader in digital services combining fintech and foodtech and offering a high-quality experience to all its users”, emphasizes Julien Tanguy, General Manager of Edenred France.


About Uber Eats in France

The Uber Eats application is available in 42 French cities: Paris, Lyon, Bordeaux, Lille, Nantes, Toulouse, Strasbourg, Grenoble, Dijon, Montpellier, Rouen, Rennes, Limoges, Clermont-Ferrand, Reims, Tours, Orléans, Marseille, Angers, Amiens, La Rochelle, Nice, Perpignan, Aix-en-Provence, Nancy, Toulon, Poitiers, Brest, Caen, Cannes, Saint-Etienne, Nîmes, Le Mans, Metz, Annecy, Chartres, Pau, Bayonne/Biarritz, Avignon, Lorient, Antibes, and Valence. It allows you to have meals from more than 7,000 partner restaurants in France delivered by bike in less than 30 minutes, 7 days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 a.m. in Paris and to more than 210 municipalities in Greater Paris and from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm in other cities. Uber's technology and know-how are used by restaurants to simplify meal delivery and provide the best user experience. 

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