DoorDash glitch results in hundreds of free food order

The glitch was caused by a payment processing issue that allowed users to check out without an authorized form of payment 

On the evening of July 7, however, a temporary glitch on the DoorDash app resulted in hundreds of people ordering free food.

Twitter users who placed orders during the glitch are now concerned that DoorDash might now extract the full prices of their purchases, and some say they woke up the day after the glitch to their accounts being charged.

People are also calling out those who took advantage of the glitch but  didn’t tip drivers for large orders, and drawing attention to the extra  labor restaurant workers were slammed with.

This isn’t the first time that users have experienced glitches on a food delivery app.

In May 2022, a GrubHub promo code for a free $15 lunch caused the app to crash altogether, leaving many New York City residents both hungry and frustrated.