July 2010 Pizza Deliveries

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UPDATE:  Pizza Delivery will be on hold for a few weeks. I’ve been starting at 2am for my day job and working Saturday’s. Getting up at 1am on Friday and not getting to bed until 1:30am on Sunday is just too much for me. I will be returning to the Pizza joint in August, unless J. O. B.  #1 keeps up the OT, in which case I’ll have to figure it out. Making extra money is great, but I can’t justify killing myself over it. I’m sure you understand. Don’t worry, I’m still putting in over 70 hours a week 🙂

This page and the many like here at DeliverAwayDebt are snaphot of the money you can earn by Delivering Pizzas. Dave Ramsey said to go out and deliver pizzas at night, so I did. Thank you Dave, it’s helping me to Destroy my debt.

Back to the money part. You CAN make great money delivering part time. I make $1200 to $1600 per month working 16 hours a week. Yeah, the shifts aren’t the greatest…Friday 5-1am/Sat 5-1am…but they are the best shifts to make money on.

I’ve detailed my daily earnings so you can see what the potential is for you. By the way, pizza delivery is VERY fun second job to have.

Monthly Totals for July 2010
Hours Money Made Hourly Rate
15 $260 $17.33

The Fifth Week of July, 2010
Day Runs Tips Pay Total Hourly Rate
Friday Off Off Off Off Off
Saturday Off Off Off Off Off
Totals Off Off Off Off Off

The Fourth Week of July, 2010
Day Runs Tips Pay Total Hourly Rate
Friday Off Off Off Off Off
Saturday Off Off Off Off Off
Totals Off Off Off Off Off

The Third Week of July, 2010
Day Runs Tips Pay Total Hourly Rate
Friday Off Off Off Off Off
Saturday Off Off Off Off Off
Totals Off Off Off Off Off

The Second Week of July, 2010
Day Runs Tips Pay Total Hourly Rate
Friday 18 $75 $42 $117 $16.71
Saturday 22 $95 $48 $143 $17.88
Totals 40 $170 $90 $260 $17.33

The First Week of July, 2010
Day Runs Tips Pay Total Hourly Rate
Friday Off Off Off Off Off
Saturday Off Off Off Off Off
Totals Off Off Off Off Off

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Steve G November 10, 2010 at

Who do you deliver pizzas for? I am thinking of doing this and wonder if one company is better than another? THX!

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Jeffrey Kosola November 10, 2010 at

Steve G, I’ve worked at 2 places. One was a chain called Happy’s Pizza located in MI. The second was a Mom and Pop joint that I LOVED to work at. It doesn’t matter about the company, just the hours. Crappy hours = crappy tips. Work hard to get Friday – Sunday nights and Thursdays are usually great too. Good luck. Shot me an email if you have any other questions.

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Alexa Adams September 22, 2011 at

How did you get car insurance. My insurance co found out I was delivering
pizza and cancelled my policy.

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Tucker Herzberg August 19, 2014 at

Jeff, I am a junior in college and about to start a pizza delivery job on the weekends myself. Can you send me your own opinions or direct me to the best resources on how to be great at this job? Would love to hear from an experienced person. Thanks!

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Shelly November 22, 2014 at

I started listening to Dave Ramsey a few months back, I love the show. So today I was looking for a second job to help pay off my student loans. I spoke with a manager from a local chain for a interview. Afterwards, I sat there thinking “what if I run into someone I know?” So I went online to research and to hopefully find some encouragement and put my pride aside and I came across your website. Thank you for writing this article, you have inspired me. I am going to go for it and focus on the bigger picture. Keep doing what you do! Take care

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Douglas Thompson December 21, 2016 at

How many miles was your average run? The one chart shows 18 runs on Friday and 22 runs on Saturday, for a total of 40 runs, but how many miles did you put on your car during the course of that time. I tell my insurance approximately how many miles I expect to drive at the beginning of my policy, if they see I’m driving way over that, they’re going to start asking questions and then I see what happened with Alexa happening.

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