New Menulog Partnerships and Offers
on May 5, 2020 in Partner Highlights

We have been working on ways we can stimulate demand through marketing, and have been working closely with restaurant partners and brands to create further incentives and campaigns to encourage customers to order from their favourite restaurants.

Menulog has a long history of partnering with local businesses and this is the perfect way to not only support local communities, but also showcase more of our local restaurant partners to the rest of the country too.

Some of these partnerships and offers include:

  • American Express loyalty points
    Thanks to our partnership with American Express, from 1 May to 31 July, American Express cardholders will earn an additional 10 points for every $1 spent across Menulog! The promotion will be open to the first 900,000 customers who activate the offer via the email that American Express sends out to their customer base, which means new and existing customers will be directed to the Menulog platform.
  • Cinco De Mayo vouchering campaign
    Leveraging food and drink day, Cinco De Mayo, customers who order Mexican food via Menulog on 5 May will receive five $5 vouchers which will be sent to them to use towards their next Mexican fiesta feast. Customers are able to order their favourite Mexican meals from Menulog restaurant partner chains such as Guzman y Gomez, Zambrero and Mad Mex, or support their local Mexican restaurants.
  • The Chiefs Esports partnership
    Menulog has partnered with The Chiefs, a premier Esports and gaming entertainment club in the ANZ region, featuring top teams in various competitive video games. Founded in 2014, The Chiefs have a consistent record of being highly successful within ANZ Esports competitions, and are committed to the growth of the industry both on a domestic and international level. With more customers ordering while participating in activities like gaming, this is the perfect moment for Menulog to introduce delicious deals and offers to a growing market as the gaming industry continues to grow in popularity.
  • eBay and Ticketek Menulog member discount
    Partnering with two big brands, eBay and Ticketek, customers were given $10 off their order when they spent $30 or more on Menulog.
  • ESL ANZ Championship partnership
    With a natural link between gaming and food delivery, Menulog’s support of the ESports community and will bring with it a number of exciting initiatives for players and fans. Menulog has secured the first-ever ‘food partnership’ for the upcoming season of the ESL ANZ Championship (ESL ANZ Champs).
  • Commonwealth Bank cashback offer
    To support customers and drive more business for local restaurants, CBA and Menulog will offer CommBank Rewards customers $15 cashback when they spend $30 or more using their CBA credit or debit Mastercard when they activate and redeem the offer. It is now available and customers can activate the offer in CommBank App and redeem by 14 June 2020.
  • Striking the perfect match between sports and takeaway
    Menulog and South Sydney Rabbitohs have struck up the perfect ‘foody partnership’ to offer hungry sports fans with great deals on their next order. Watching sports and ordering in takeaway is often synonymous with each other. Typical ‘game day favourites’ include pizzas, burgers and wings, however Menulog data also shows that other cuisines are on the rise too, including chicken and barbeque too.We know that food orders increase, on average, 20 percent around major game days and thanks to this new partnership, we can introduce Menulog to more than 30,000 Rabbitohs members. During the sporting season, we will also be offering great deals on more family favourites so sports-lovers can enjoy their next takeaway from Menulog. With more than 90 cuisines on offer on the Menulog platform, options are plentiful!

With more offers and partnerships in the works, we look forward to introducing more great foodie moments to our customers and driving more orders for our restaurant partners. 


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