Domino's delivery driver leaves people shocked after showing how much she makes during a 5-hour shift
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A delivery driver for Domino's pizza has shared just how much she can make from tips in a five-hour shift.
Brooklynn Lecomte is a mom from the Seattle area, and works as a delivery driver to help support herself through college.
Brooklynn shocked her followers on social media when she posted just how much she was making in tips.
But that's not accounting for the tips.
Brooklynn said: “I never expected tips. It was just a nice thing when people tip. I pull in a lot of money each week. It’s worth it."
She added: “Any Domino’s you work at as a delivery driver you’ll make good money. Especially in bigger cities.”
So how much did she make in tips for the five-hour shift?
Well, while some shifts came to just $3, others were closer to $10 for a single order.
After a five-hour shift, it came to 'around $115', she said.
Taken with the $75 base pay for the five hour shift, and you're looking at $190 for five hours of work.
Brooklynn revealed that she also got gas covered as well.
A viewer asked: "How much do you make hourly though? Or how does that go? Do y’all only get paid in tips? Curious."
She replied: "I made a little bit more than minimum wage an hour, and they paid for my gas. Tips was all extra!"
Another pointed out it might depend on the Domino's you work at.
They wrote: "Damn my Domino's I work at isn't that busy I’m jealous lol."
A third replied: "I work at Dominos in Kansas. This week in three days I made over $200 in tips."
Tipping has once again become a hot topic among delivery apps as users are encouraged to tip drivers, especially when they have to travel further.
This was done as a pop up in the app.
When a user goes to place an order without a tip added they get the message: "Orders with no tip might take longer to get delivered — are you sure you want to continue?"
Meanwhile, people who deliver for DoorDash have made videos on how they can be picky about which orders they pick up.