The food delivery platform of airasia Super App, airasia food celebrates its grand entry into Ipoh city today with exciting deals and promos for customers there.
Ipoh is the ninth location for airasia food, enabling more people to enjoy their favourite meals delivered right to their doorsteps at unbeatable value apart from directly benefiting small local F&B operators through its industry-lowest commission rate.
For added convenience and savings, airasia food customers can be guaranteed of unbeatable value from its Free Delivery offer for minimum orders of RM15 and within a 15km distance. By using promo code [IPOHMALI], customers could also save RM5 for every order above RM15. airasia Super App users can just click on the ‘Food’ icon to purchase their meals, or go to airasia.com/food.
Lim Ben-Jie, Head of e-Commerce for airasia Super App said, “Expansion into Ipoh is a significant milestone for airasia food hot on the heels of our successful launch in Johor Bahru and Melaka last month. At airasia food, our mission has always been to help local food businesses keep their cost low by offering a much lower commission rate and a hassle-free, zero-joining fee entrance process. This in return will be passed on to customers in the form of even lower prices so they can enjoy their favourite dishes from Ipoh’s famous F&B outlets.
On top of that, small businesses can leverage on airasia’s extensive ecosystem that is backed by a strong consumer database, as well as the many strategically designed marketing initiatives that have become a hit among customers and merchants alike.”
Customers also can earn 10x more BIG Points when they make airasia food purchases on Thursdays. Customers with BIG Points can save even more by redeeming them at only 50 BIG Points for every RM1.* Both Free Delivery and BIG Points promotions are currently running until 31 December 2021.
Those interested to be part of the airasia delivery team can sign up via this page.
Aside from Ipoh, airasia food is currently serving customers in the Klang Valley, Kota Kinabalu, Penang, Seremban, Melaka and Johor Bahru in Malaysia, as well as in the island-city Singapore, and Bangkok city in Thailand.