Let's save you some time: Nope.
In fact, it's nearly so bad on the ridesharing front, that we won't even say much more on the subject; some Lyft Pink users even report having higher pricing despite subscribing to the premium service.
Our experiences were similar.
Both services cost $9.99 per month, and while Lyft Pink includes Grubhub+, Grubhub+ does not include Lyft Pink. It's still a little befuddling, but it is what it is. In short, if Grubhub+ is attractive, buy a Lyft Pink subscription instead.
(For what it's worth, Lyft Pink is free for Chase Sapphire Reserve and J.P. Morgan Reserve card members. See the note at the end of this article.)
Here's a quick chart of what both services offer:
|Free Priority Pickup upgrades
|$0 delivery fees
|Lower service fees
|5% off Standard and XL rides
|5% back on pickup orders
|Grubhub+ for a year
|No Lyft Pink
At least with Uber One, it includes benefits for both ridesharing and delivery, albeit on the Uber network.
One caveat: Chase Sapphire Reserve and J.P. Morgan Reserve card members are eligible for two free years of Lyft Pink All Access and an auto-renewable third year at 50% off. Cardmembers must activate membership with an eligible card before 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time on December 31, 2024.