With COVID-19 cases rising in the country, which once again prompted stricter restrictions on movement in the Greater Manila Area, on-demand food delivery service foodpanda encourages customers to opt for contactless delivery.
Here’s how: (1) Place an order and opt for online payment via credit or debit card or GCash; (2) Go to the rider chat function on the app and inform your rider that you are opting for contactless delivery, you may include instructions on where to leave your orders to make sure social distancing is followed; (3) Food will be placed at the designated drop-off spot; (4) The rider will notify customers that food has arrived via the rider chat function or call/SMS; (5) Customers may use the chat function to confirm receipt of their order.
Throughout the delivery, foodpanda says, one-meter distance will be maintained between the rider and the customer. All riders are instructed to wear their masks at all times, wash their hands every two hours and after each time they handle a delivery, and to immediately seek medical check-up through the company’s affiliated clinics and hospitals if they have symptoms of illness.
As a special treat to customers, use the code STAYATHOME to get P100 off with minimum order of P499 from Mondays to Saturdays until March 31.
Customers who will order via foodpanda using GCash can take advantage of discount vouchers available until end of March.
First-time foodpanda users can use the code GCASHNEW to get P100 off for a minimum order of P200. Existing users, on the other hand, can use 50GCASH code once to get P50 off for a minimum order of P250; or enjoy free delivery on Sunday using the code GDAYSUNDAY.
Customers can add their GCash wallet on the foodpanda app by checking out their orders and selecting GCash as the payment method to link their wallet.
“With GCash, foodpanda customers nationwide are assured of safely and securely ordering without the need for paying cash or change, while observing social distancing protocols to protect them from the pandemic,” said Daniel Marogy, managing director of foodpanda Philippines.
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