More than the feasts, lights or gifts, it is the Christmas spirit that makes the Filipino Christmas uniquely special and beautiful.
No challenge can ever dampen the merry that Christmas brings. To usher in the holidays, foodpanda will lighten up the nation with kumukutikuti-TAP: Isang Dosenang Pamaskong Hatid ng foodpanda (12 Surprises of Christmas). For the next 12 weeks starting Oct. 11, foodpanda will launch weekly surprises for customers.
Kicking off the celebration is foodpanda’s biggest promotion. Customers get a chance to win the hottest gadgets in gaming, entertainment and foodpanda vouchers.
In the first week, Foodpanda is giving away P500 foodpanda vouchers to 1,200 users weekly. Whether a gamer or just someone who wants to be entertained in style at home, one can enjoy what foodpanda has in store.
Among the exciting prizes are 12 winners of “Casual Gaming Package” which includes a PS4, PS VR Headset, PS camera, PS move controllers and gift certificates for PS4 games
In the second week, 12 winners will sing happy tunes with the “Music Package” which includes an AirPod Pro and an iPad Pro 128 GB.
For the grand draw, 12 winners will celebrate with the “Ultimate Gaming Package”. Foodpanda ambassador and celebrity gamer Alodia Gosiengfiao personally picked the gaming rigs included in the set which consists of a whopping collection of monitor, CPU, headset, mouse and gaming chair.
Another 12 will win the “Ultimate Entertainment Package” which includes a Samsung 4K 65” TV, a Samsung Soundbar 5.1 Channel, and a Bose Home Bluetooth Speaker.
From Oct. 11 to 31, one should place order in foodpanda restaurants, pick-up or shops with only a minimum order of P299. Use the voucher code MERRYGALO on checkout. Each order using the voucher code is equivalent to one entry.
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