(App) QDOBA Rewards & Ordering
App Description :
Introducing the new & fresh QDOBA Rewards app, the official online ordering and mobile rewards app from QDOBA Mexican Eats.
Ready to make your world more flavorful? With QDOBA Rewards, you’ll earn points toward your favorite flavors – FAST! Earn 1 point per $1 spent. Score a FREE entrée for every 125 points (160 points in Canada) you get! So, level up your flavor game and earn toward FREE food with every purchase you make.
Our improved online ordering experience lets you place your order and skip the line – you can come directly to the checkout counter at your scheduled pick-up time to pick up your order. Review past orders, save your favorite menu items for easy reordering, and securely store a credit card to make checkouts a breeze.
App Features :
New & fresh QDOBA Rewards App: It’s the easiest way to order (and re-order!) your faves and stay up-to-date with your rewards and all things QDOBA.
Easy Online Ordering: Review past orders and save favorite menu items.
Location Finder: Save your favorite location or find a QDOBA restaurant closest to you.
Group Ordering: Share your order with friends, family, and coworkers to make group ordering simple and fast.
Additional Information :
- Size 184.3 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
User Reviews :
New interface is nice but confusing
The new interface is nice. That said, there are aspects that are confusing. When you select quesadilla kids meal, the quesadilla box is checked. It tells you that you have to make a protein choice before you can proceed. Yet there is nowhere on that main screen that presents protein choices. You have to deselect and then select the quesadilla option again. You can then choose protein. However on that screen it prepopulates the pico option and there is no way to deselect it. The only option apparent at that point is to select a different salsa. If you don’t want salsa, it seems you have to roll the dice with a salsa option selected and write no salsa in the special instructions. Personally my experience has been that may end up with salsa on a quesadilla that a kid at home will only eat plain. So I resorted to ordering my food for carry out and then having to order their food separately at the store. Not life altering. Just inconvenient and seemingly easy to address with a future update to the app.
It’s good, could be better.
I love Qdoba. I used to go there at least once a week. The people that work there know what I get all the time. With the app, it’s helpful. My only complaint is the fact that the app doesn’t let me log in 75% of the time when it logs me out and I have to do a reset password. To test this out I put the correct information in online and was able to sign in, and then I went through the app and it said invalid credentials. I did the show password option so I know everything was typed correct. Also when you have two separate orders of you don’t get the chips on the first order, but get them on the second order you won’t get the discount of $2. Luckily my store just did a $2 coupon and took care of it, and I have been more careful in the future. All in all I still love Qdoba. Just wish it was a little more user friendly.
App needs a bit of work
Ordering multiple things at Qdoba in person can be a slow process, and this app makes ordering food way easier, whether I go get it or order delivery. However, the first couple times I used the app, some of the steps in ordering were a bit confusing, like am I ordering one or two of these when I hit Add to Basket twice? And on my first delivery order, the tip got reset to zero so I had to scramble to find cash to tip the driver.
I’m used to the app now, but it can be a tad confusing to new users.
But kudos to Qdoba customer service because I lost access to the email I used to sign up for a rewards account like 7 years ago, and I just asked them to please release my phone number so I could sign up a new account. Well, they emailed back and I got all my points from years ago back!
Works, but quirky and missing some features.
The new app looks and feels very nice. However there are a few things I noticed that were a bit quirky and some features that would be nice. First of all, when using rewards that cover the cost of the order I.e. free entree that gives a 0.00 total. You still have to select a payment option in order for the order to submit. There is no message for this, it just doesn’t submit the order and allows you to progress without selecting a payment option. Second, with curbside being the predominant way of receiving an order right now a feature that lets you notify the store of your arrival is a very nice one that a lot of other similar apps are utilizing. Otherwise the app works great.
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