Flat-screen TVs, tequila, crab legs, Plan B, and more. Customers had no limit Thursday night when, for a brief, wonderful moment, a DoorDash glitch allowed them to request free deliveries worth thousands of dollars.
As word of DoorDash glitch spread on social media, users utilized the online delivery service to place ridiculous orders at nearby restaurants and other establishments.
Facebook users shared various items, like a box for a new TV and four wireless controllers and a receipt for over $20,000 worth of seafood, all proceeds from the weakness, Doordash’s glitch.
Reasonably enough, someone on Twitter revealed a stockpile of Plan B and another person shared an order for more than 100 bottles of tequila.
The “payment processing issue” that briefly permitted consumers to place orders without a payment method on Thursday evening during the notorious Doordash Glitch, was acknowledged by a spokeswoman for DoorDash (according to the New York Post).
They claimed to have fixed the problem after being contacted, and they are currently cancelling orders and getting in touch with the affected companies.
Even while DoorDash’s next steps remain uncertain, some foresee a stern response, which would undoubtedly entail the impending arrival of painful but predictable costs for individuals who took advantage of the susceptible interface.
Other users believe the glitch is a ploy by DoorDash to boost sales.