Are you craving for your favorite food? Sometimes, you get so caught up with work or school that you don’t have time to prepare them yourself. On the flip side, whatever flavor you’re in the mood for, Ayala Malls are packed with the best restaurants to satisfy your taste buds.
If their wide array of restaurant choices doesn’t excite you enough, you can even get P100 off your order EVERYDAY until June 30, 2021, when you order from any participating Ayala Mall merchants via FoodPanda! Yes, you can use the voucher code every day you feel like satisfying your cravings.
You just have to spend a minimum of P399 per order, and use the code AYALAPICKUP upon checkout. This promo applies to both pickup and delivery options, so you don’t even have to leave the comforts of your home to get your discounted goodies.
What’s awesome about this promo is that you may use it on top of other merchant promos. This means you can even get more discounts and freebies! You just have to check the participating merchant’s promos first. Doesn’t that make you want to order already?
Here’s a list of participating Ayala Malls that you can easily order from!
- Alabang Town Center
- Ayala Malls Manila Bay
- Market! Market!
- U.P. Town Center
- Harbor Point
- The District Imus
- Ayala Malls Serin
- Ayala Malls Legazpi
- Ayala Malls Cloverleaf
- Ayala Malls Feliz
- Ayala Malls Vertis North
- Ayala Malls Solenad
- MarQuee Mall
- The District Dasmarinas
- Pavilion Mall
For more information about this awesome promo as well as other news and updates, visit https://www.ayalamalls.com/ or follow Ayala Malls on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Aside from this special promo, Ayala Malls are always looking for ways to elevate their customers’ experience with the best deals and facilities.
While it’s still unrecommended (and not to mention unsafe) to go malling anytime you feel like it, it’s comforting to know your favorite mall’s still got you. You can even save money simply by ordering from their restaurants. Amid everything going on, who doesn’t appreciate a little help, right?
Per DTI Fair Trade Permit No. FTEB-115406 Series of 2021.