Yesterday, Grab Philippines officially announced the start of GrabFood’s 24/7 delivery operations in Metro Manila and Cebu. With over 1,000 restaurant partners, Grab hopes to satisfy hunger cravings at any time of the day.

With the active lifestyles of people today, work can be at the wee morning hours or can go late into the night. And those with busy schedules like parents, students, and employees can thank GrabFood for being a food haven for their hunger pangs even at an inconvenient time.

“With the rapidly growing hectic lifestyle, Filipinos now demand more convenient ways of addressing their daily needs. We at GrabFood recognize the need to empower Filipinos to beat hunger anytime. Today, students stuck working on a project at school, professionals slugging it through a working lunch, even parents tending to their children can now satisfy their hunger 24/7 via GrabFood,” said GrabFood Head, EJ dela Vega.

GrabFood’s 24/7 service is now available in Manila, Makati, Quezon City, Pasig, Pasay, Paranaque, Las Pinas, Marikina, Muntinlupa, San Juan, Caloocan, Valenzuela, Mandaluyong, Malabon, Pateros, Navotas, Taguig, Cebu City, Lapu-Lapu, and Mandaue.

Partner stores —including Mcdo, KFC, Pizza Hut, Chatime, Happy Lemon, and more—are also offering various deals and discounts available from today until August 23.

GrabFood Partners Promo Offer  (Available until August 23) 
McDo FREE 4-pcs. Chicken McNuggets A la Carte for a minimum order of P350 *valid until August 13, 2019 from 10PM to 3:44AM
KFC FREE extra 1-pc chicken for purchase of Bucket of 10 (Soon!)
Chatime FREE Regular Chatime Milk Tea with Grass Jelly for every 3 orders of selected milk tea variants* (available from Tuesday to Sunday)   FREE Regular Chatime Milk Tea with Grass for every order of select milk tea flavor*  (Available 2-5PM every Monday)
Ersao Buy 1 Get 1 on Regular Wintermelon Milk Tea
Jamba Juice Buy 2 Get 1 on Classic Smoothies
BonChon Buy 8-pc. Chicken Rack, Get Free 1-pc. Chicken
Bully Buffalo Wing Bar Buy 1 Get 1 on Boneless Bites
Mister Kabab Buy 1 Beef Special, Get 1 Free Chicken Special
Pizza Hut Buy 1 Large Hawaiian Supreme Pan Pizza, Get 1 Free Regular Orange Chicken Pops Pan Pizza
Cha Tuk Chak Buy 1 Get 1 on Thai Ruby and Thai Emerald
Burger King Free 4-pc Chicken Nuggets on select meals
Happy Lemon Buy 1 Get 1  on Classic Wintermelon *valid until August 6, 2019

Apart from these, customers also get free delivery for their orders worth P400 and above using the promo code: GUTOMGONE valid until August 23 on participating restaurants.

GrabFood is also holding a special digital stamp card promo that will reward users with a P50 voucher for their GrabFood orders. From August 1 to 31, users simply have to collect a pair of electronic stamp card stickers with no minimum purchase requirement from the following merchants: McDonald’s, Chatime, BonChon, Bully Buffalo Wing Bar, Chatime, Cha Tuk Chak, Ersao, Happy Lemon, Mister Kabab, and Pizza Hut.

Each order from a merchant will automatically reward the consumer with an e-sticker. Consumers need only to complete two stamps from the same merchant during the promo period to get their unique P50 voucher. They can earn as much as 10 vouchers when they complete the stamp cards for each merchant.

The voucher will be automatically pushed out into the members’ “My Rewards” wallet once a GrabFood user completes the required number of stamps per merchant.

“With our expanded operations, GrabFood has become a more reliable partner for hungry eaters in the Philippines, catering to a wide variety of palates through its extensive restaurant choices that cater to different markets,” dela Vega said.

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Eunice Isobel Lee

As a business major-turned-writer, Eunice finds the best out of both worlds managing sales and marketing while also writing full-time. Sometimes preferring books, music, and a steaming cup of coffee over people, she will gladly move to an historic old town somewhere in Italy and make (and eat) pasta, write stories, and paint all day long.

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