Here's How to Get Food Delivered for Just P1 Via GrabFood

GrabFood turns one this month!

IMAGE GrwabFood Philippines official Facebook

Imagine it's a lazy Sunday afternoon. You're sprawled out on your couch unwilling-practically unable-to move when the inevitable happens: your stomach begins to growl. Now, you could always just gather up all your adult strength and cook something, or you could treat yourself and have food delivered instead. If you choose the latter, then listen up: GrabFood is having a Piso Delivery Sale starting from today, November 15 to November 28, with more than a hundred restaurants participating.

Kureji's cheesy ramen is like mac and cheese with Japanese flavors.
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You can use the promo code P1HANDAAN to avail of the P1 delivery fee. Just take note that the minimum order must be worth P400 and above! Which, TBH, isn't such a bad deal since you can get goodies from places like Tittos Latin BBQ and Brew, Kureji, BirdBox, Recovery Food and a whole lot more

Photo by GrabFood Philippines official Facebook
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This Piso Delivery Fare promo is just one part of GrabFood's celebration of their one-year anniversary here in the Philippines. With their "One Big Handaan" blowout, they'll also be having a Happy Hour with flash sales from several merchants every 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on the same dates. Score buy one-get-one deals and the like from Frankie's, and Big Guys, among several others. 

The best part? Each transaction with a minimum worth of P300, made any time from November 16 to December 6, will get you a chance to win free GrabFood for a year-more specifically, 15 voucher codes worth P350 each per month. Looks like the couch just got a whole lot more attractive! 

Main image from GrabFood PH Facebook page.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.

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