Foodpanda for dine-in: Pro members get exclusive discounts

posted October 03, 2021 at 09:40 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
On-demand delivery platform foodpanda now offers deals and discounts for dine-in transactions. 

The dine-in feature is available in Metro Manila, Cebu, and Davao exclusively for pandapro members. The newest pro perk offers discounts of up to 40 percent off on total restaurant bill inclusive of food and drink orders at partner establishments.

Members of foodpanda’s monthly subscription program pandapro get exclusive dine-in perks from partner restaurants.
Members of foodpanda’s monthly subscription program pandapro get exclusive dine-in perks from partner restaurants. 
“We want to give our customers the best benefits from the monthly subscription, which is why we include discounts on restaurant dine-in as part of our perks,” says foodpanda Philippines managing director Daniel Marogy. 

The new feature, Marogy adds, is part of the platform’s commitment to support the f&b industry. 

Participating restaurants include, among others, Chili’s and Motorino in Manila, Harbour City and Casa Verde in Cebu, and Koi Cafe by Malagos Garden Resort and BBQ Nation in Davao. 

Casa Verde’s Raffitas (left) and Motorino’s pizzas
Casa Verde’s Raffitas (left) and Motorino’s pizzas
Pandapro members can redeem the deals on the spot. First, they need to log on to the app to check dine-in deals available; confirm the discount with the server before placing the order; redeem the selected deal via QR code provided; and pay the bill at the restaurant.

 Available only via the foodpanda app, pandapro is a monthly subscription program that offers members with exclusive deals and benefits. 

“With the membership experience, I can always count on foodpanda to give great deals every day, from free delivery on my first five orders each month, extra 5 percent off on pick-up orders, and vouchers with 10 percent off at foodpanda shops,” shares pandapro member Vern Enciso. 

Topics: Foodpanda , dine-in transactions , pandapro
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