The only thing better than a delish meal, is $10 off that delish meal—and that's exactly what you can score when you join the club filling the bellies of Aussie food-lovers for less.
Co-founded by legendary chef Marco Pierre White, and experiencing a hearty welcome around the country, Aussie foodie start up, EatClub launched in Perth last month. The goal of this tasty venture is to bring foodies and food-makers together, acting as the perfect off-peak pick me up for restaurants that want to satisfy your cravings for a fraction of the usual price.
With deals of up to 50% off during quieter moments on both dine-in and takeaway, drinks included, this is the kind of club both your belly and bank account can get behind. But don't just take our word for it—the two million-plus orders placed since its launch, thousands of Aussie's are saving on their orders and now it's Perth's turn to join the club.
$10 Takeaway Voucher To Welcome You To The Club
Some of your favourite venues are inaugural members of this new culinary club in Perth, with the likes of Pietro Gelateria, Neon Palms, Colaba Social, and Al Pastor joining the app. To help celebrate all of its new members, including you, EatClub is offering $10 off your first takeaway orders placed and paid for in the app to get started.
Hungry? To find out which of your favourite Perth eats have also joined the club, download the EatClub app here and use the code PERTH at the checkout to receive your $10 off.
Voucher Terms and Conditions
Terms & Conditions: Deal times and values are dynamic and may change over time | $10 voucher code only valid for NEW EatClub users | Voucher code is ONLY valid for takeaway deals that are placed and paid for in the app | Voucher code expires at 11.59pm 31 May | Voucher code valid for one-time use only and cannot be used in conjunction with any other voucher code | Voucher code valid for a minimum spend $11.
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