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 May and some extra information regarding GrabFood that you should know of.
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.
|Promotion||Promo Code||Expiry Date||User Type|
|Get 10% off Subway meal + Coke bundle||COKESUBWAY||–||New & existing users|
|Get 40% off with minimum spend of $40 (discount capped at $20), valid for all customers||EAT40||–||New & existing users|
|New users get $8 off your first 2 orders, no minimum order needed||8TASTY||–||New users|
|Choose the Pick-Up option to get up to 20% off your order (discount capped at $10)||No promo code needed||–||New & existing users|
|Get $5 off GrabFood with a minimum spend of $15 on a HSBC card||HSBCFOOD||30 June 2020||New & existing users|
|Order from any restaurant at Paya Lebar Quarter and get $5 off your delivery, minimum spend of $15.||GRAB5PLQ||1 June 2020||New & existing users|
|Order from any restaurant at 313@Somerset and get $5 off your delivery, minimum spend of $15.||Grab5313||1 June 2020||New & existing users|
|Order from any restaurant at City Square Mall and get $5 off your next delivery.||CSM5OFF||1 June 2020||New & existing users|
|Get $5 off GrabFood or GrabMart with a minimum spend of $30 on a Citi card||CITI5||31 May 2020||New & existing users|
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.
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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By Geralyne Ong
A lover of gin and all things Nigella Lawson, Geralyne’s a big believer of #Adulting. She spends her leisure time serving fur-babies and doing as many mountain climbers and kettlebell swings as she possibly can.