KUWAIT CITY, Oct 7: As committed to always treat its customers and exceed their expectations with awarding prizes, Talabat.com, Kuwait’s No. 1 online food delivery portal,is ongoing with its out of the box campaign: Let’s Eat… and announced today the third draw winners. Ahmad Al-Shatti was the first winner of the mini cooper car, followed by Fadi Malkawi who won a KD 1000 cash, Fatema Fatema won tickets to Istanbul and the tickets to Dubai went to Fahad Boqambr as for the final winner, Rawan Al-Sultan, she was rewarded with a KD 500 Talabat.com credit. The unprecedented new campaign keeps on attracting more participants amongst loyal customers who are in constant search for quality food in a convenient and simple way.
The award-winning service provider has revolutionized the food delivery concept in Kuwait since its inception, providing an easy and simple way for users to order from any of their favorite restaurants with just a few clicks. Now, the process has got even more tempting, with luxury cars, air tickets, cash and credit vouchers up for grabs. “As we congratulate our lucky winners, we are glad to announce that one more draw is to go on Mclaren 650 S and other prizes, therefore the chance is still there for all of our customers to participate and win” said Rabih Al-Asmar, Head of Commercial and Offline Marketing.
Versus each KD 1 spent by Talabat customers on any order placed from any of the participating restaurants through Talabat.com will make them eligible for one chance to enter the weekly draw and grand prize draw. Fifty restaurants are participating in the “Let’s Eat” campaign, and orders can be placed through all Talabat.com platforms, including the website, mobile site, call center and/or mobile applications. Winners will be chosen randomly by a lucky draw. The final grand draw will be held on Oct 14, 2015 under the supervision of Kuwait’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry. The grand prize is a McLaren 650S luxury coupe, while the weekly prizes include Mini Cooper cars, KD 1,000 in cash, tickets to Istanbul and Dubai, and KD 500 in Talabat credit.