There’s no such thing as celebrating too early or having too much holiday spirit. The merriment continues with 20% off and more on the food you love. This comes as a part of foodpanda’s kumukutikuti-TAP Christmas weekly surprises. Celebrate the holidays with the country’s on-demand delivery service as they give you their Merriest Deals – no minimum order, no code needed, delivered in 25 minutes or less.
Enjoy whatever you feel like having with thousands of featured restaurants, all complete with offerings available at discounted rates. Whether it’s your favorite breakfast combo of chicken and waffles or afternoon milk tea fix. And, even late-night ramen craving! This month-long promo is a great opportunity to give yourself and loved ones a holiday treat.
The Merriment Continues with foodpanda’s Merriest Deals Promo
“Christmas in the Philippines is not complete without delicious and sumptuous meals. We, at foodpanda, want to ease the hassle. [And], deliver your favorites straight to your door with 20% off and more through Merry Deals of the kumukutikuti-TAP Christmas weekly surprises,” says Daniel Marogy, foodpanda Philippines Managing Director. “We still have lots more up our sleeves in the coming weeks to make this year’s Christmas festive and enjoyable with bountiful selections of your favorite meals available on the best deals.”
Want an additional gift this Christmas? foodpanda is on free delivery to thousands of select restaurants! Use the code PANDAMORNING from 7 AM-10 AM, just in time for breakfast. Customers can also get P77 off! For this one, you can also use the code PANDA77 for a minimum order of P299 from 7 PM to 7 AM! Perfect for dinner and midnight snack cravings.
For more information and updates about foodpanda’s Merry Deals and the kumukutikuti-TAP Christmas campaign , visit foodpanda’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram (@foodpanda_ph) account or look out for the pink tags on the foodpanda app.
Aside from being a businessman, Josh Austria has been working in PR and media industry for more more than a decade. From his years of experience as the Marketing and Advertising Head of Village Pipol Magazine, he has built strong relationships with creative people, brands, and organizations.