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Published on: 2018-06-14     71 times read    0  Comments

Foodmandu Announces 10 % Discount in Order with WC Game Prediction

June 14: Foodmandu has launched “Cheer your team” campaign to celebrate two of the biggest passions of the Nepali people - football and food - for this World Cup.

"Since everyone will be glued to their television set during matches, Foodmandu is trying to serve the valued customers by delivering their favorite food to their doorstep so that they won’t miss any match of the World Cup," the company said in a statement.

According to the company, customers can predict while ordering food and with every correct prediction, the contestant will win 10 percent discount voucher and certain points to collect. The contestant with highest points at the end of the tournament will win a bumper prize of 43” Samsung FHD Smart TV. Other than that, Foodmandu is offering discount up to 40 percent at various popular restaurants. Furthermore, Foodmandu said it has introduced new combos and value meals with attractive prices just for the World Cup season.

Customers will be eligible to enter the contest by order food via Foodmandu before the match.


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