New GrabFood Corporate Subscription Plan: 10% Off Orders At Only RM1 Per Month
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New GrabFood Corporate Subscription Plan: 10% Off Orders At Only RM1 Per Month

Selected Grab users are able to purchase Grab’s latest subscription plan for GrabFood, the GrabFood Corporate Subscription plan. For a nominal fee of just RM1 a month, you can get 10% discount off 20 GrabFood orders for you and your office buddies.

The GrabFood Corporate Subscription plan offers 10% off your food order, but there is a minimum spend requirement of RM80 per order and the discount is only valid on weekdays. Therefore, it’s clear that this plan would most benefit those who often make large food orders on behalf of their office colleagues.

When you purchase the subscription plan, you will instantly receive a set of 20 vouchers in your “My Rewards” page. Each voucher is valid for 30 days after the purchase date. To use a voucher, click on the unique code given in the reward to copy it, and paste it under “Promo Code” when checking out your order on GrabFood.

The max order size is capped at RM300 per order and you can’t use the Corporate Subscription vouchers in conjunction with other promotions or offers. Grab also states that each unique GrabFood code under this subscription plan can only be used on one account and should not be shared between multiple users.

GrabFood Corporate Subscription is valid on GrabFood orders in Klang Valley, Melaka, Penang, Johor Bahru, Kuching, and Kota Kinabalu. However, as we’ve stated above, the plan is currently only available to Grab users who have set up their Grab Business profiles.


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