Got a craving that needs to be satisfied, but want to practise social distancing during this time? Not a problem.
GrabFood, one of Singapore’s top food delivery service providers, that offers thousands of delicious options at any time of the day can be your go-to foodie buddy. Whether you’re craving for some Western, Chinese, Japanese, local hawker food or a latte from a nearby cafe, chances are pretty high that you will find it listed on GrabFood.
Here’s a list of GrabFood promo codes for July and some extra information regarding GrabFood that you should know of.
Last updated on 1 July 2021. GrabFood promo codes are subject to change without prior notice.
To be eligible for this promotion, you’ll have to be a new Standard Chartered Bank cardholder and activate your new card within the first 30 days of card approval. Also, a min. spend of S$300 is required. If you already have a Standard Chartered credit card, you’ll be rewarded with S$30 cash via PayNow when you sign up. Promotion is valid till 1 August 2021, T&Cs apply.
Welcome offer: Enjoy 35,000 miles upon card approval and payment of the annual fee. Valid till 31 December 2021. T&Cs apply. Apply for the Standard Chartered Visa Infinite Credit Card now!
GrabFood promo codes
Apart from the Grab’s exclusive bundle and daily promotions that you see on the app or browser, here are a few other promo codes that you can use at check out to save money while satisfying your hunger pangs.
GrabFood and Pick-Up promo codes for July 2021
|Promotion||Promo code||Expiry date||User type|
|Choose the Pick-Up option to get 15% on your GrabFood order/td>||SELFPICK15||15 July 2021||New & existing users|
|Choose the Pick-Up option to get $15 off on your GrabFood order with a minimum spend of $60
Limited to 2 redemptions per user
|SELFPICKXL||15 July 2021||New & existing users|
|New users get 50% off on their your first GrabFood order, minimum spend of $10 is required
Discount capped at $10
|Get $10 off on GrabFood delivery fees, minimum spend of $80 required||No promo code required||31 December 2021||New & existing users|
|Get up to $5 off on your Kinex GrabFood order, minimum spend of $30 required||KINEX5OFF||31 July 2021||New & existing users|
|Get up to $5 off on your 313 Somerset GrabFood order, minimum spend of $15 required||GRAB5313||31 July 2021||New & existing users|
|Get $10% off on your total bill when you dine-in and scan-to-order at selected GrabFood restaurants
Valid for the first 2 dine-in orders only
|10DINEIN||11 July 2021||New & existing users|
|Get up to 50% off and enjoy free delivery on your GrabFood order with Grab’s Manyversary sale||No promo code needed||8 July 2021||New & existing users|
|Get $6 off on your GrabFood order with a minimum spend of $30 on a Citibank card||CITI6||31 July 2021||New & existing users|
|Get $10 off on your GrabFood order with a minimum spend of $50 on a Citibank card||CITI10||31 July 2021||New & existing users|
GrabMart promo codes for July 2021
|Promotion||Promo code||Expiry date||User type|
|New users get 50% off on their your first GrabMart order, minimum spend of $25 required
Discount capped at $8
|Get $5 off on your GrabMart order with a minimum spend of $30 on a Citibank card||CITI5||31 July 2021||Existing users|
|Get $10 off on your GrabMart order with a minimum spend of $50 on a Citibank card||CITI10||31 July 2021||Existing users|
GrabFood delivery subscription plan (currently paused)
If you’re working from home, taking social distancing seriously, or finding it difficult to meal prep (yes, we totally get it), then you should consider getting a GrabFood delivery subscription plan. For $9.90, you get a fixed 50 food deliveries to utilise per month that translates to almost 2 deliveries a day. Given that each GrabFood delivery charges between $3 to $5 per order, it makes perfect financial sense to get this if you order food more than 3 times a month. Just note that each order needs to hit a minimum of $10, else a surcharge will apply.
GrabFood Foodie Pack (currently paused)
For foodies stuck at home, GrabFood has just launched their Grab Foodie Pack. For just $7.99 (original price $9.99), this voucher pack worth $125 consists of:
- 30 x $4 GrabFood vouchers
- 1 x 20% off GrabMart
- 1 x 20% GrabExpress
While it may not be as good of deal as their delivery subscription service, it is still definitely worth purchasing if you make GrabFood orders frequently for yourself or as surprise car package for your loved ones. Available in limited quantities and for purchase in-app only.
Since 2 March 2020, the good days when you could earn 6 GrabReward points for $1 on GrabFood if you had a Platinum membership, are gone. Now, even with the Platinum membership, which is the highest membership tier for Grab, you only earn 4 GrabReward points per $1 spent on GrabFood.
Apart from earning lesser points per transaction, the amount of points needed to exchange for vouchers and other rewards have also increased. A $5 Grab voucher used to cost between 1,900 to 2,200 points, depending on your membership tier. With the revision, a $5 Grab voucher will now cost you 2,500 points – that’s a 300 point difference and an additional spend of $50 (based on a platinum membership).
Accumulate points, earn cash back or even air miles that can go into funding your next food order when you swipe with the right credit card. Use our simple comparison tool below to find the best credit card that fits your spending habits and apply through SingSaver to get rewarded with cash*.
*Rewards change periodically and applies to successful applicants of selected credit cards only. Terms and conditions apply.
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