The #YummyEats 2015 Gameplan: 6 Things to Remember

Here are a few tips and tricks to help you get ready for the big day.


Everyone here at Yummy HQ is excitedly getting ready for the festivities at this year’s Yummy Eats. It’s bound to be a fun time filled with good food, great friends and more than a little holiday cheer. In preparation for the food fest, we’ve prepared a list of handy reminders and tips that you ought to know before joining in on the fun.


1 The Basics

The event will be held this Saturday, November 7, 2015 at the Metrotent in Pasig City from 10am to 6pm. Everyone will be given an event passport and you can pick out 30 booths where you can get FREE food samples from. Make sure to go around and check out the 75 Yummy-approved concessionaires.

2 How to buy tickets

You can purchase your tickets ahead of time in order to avoid the rush on the day itself.  You can buy tickets online and pay via credit card via this link. Make sure to bring your Official Receipts (ORs) or  deposit slips to the event in order to claim your tickets. Tickets will also be available on the day itself, so don’t worry if you were too busy to buy tickets ahead of time.

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3 Money matters

Regular single tickets are worth P300, while tickets for senior citizens cost P250. We also offer a group rate at P1,000 for four tickets.


4 Getting there

If you’re looking for a fast, cheap and easy way to get to the event, you can use the promo code YUMMYEATS to get zero booking fee on your GrabTaxi ride to MetroTent, MetroWalk on the day itself!

5 Sweet deals

Make sure to watch out for the Kitchenaid booth at the event, as they will be offering the brand’s classic kitchen tools and appliances at a discounted price! Check here (link) for more details.


6 It’s party time!

To really turn Yummy Eats into a party, we’ve invited DJ Italo Laurenthie and DJ Samanta Nicole to spin a few tracks starting at 5pm.

See you there!

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