talabat, the leading food delivery and grocery platform in the region, has announced the launch of talabat Dine - or tDine - in Qatar.
In a press statement, talabat said its new dine-in membership provides “amazing deals and offers to customers daily”.
This new dine-in membership will offer “great deals such as a daily buy one get one free, dine-in discounts and benefits at over 130 restaurants in Qatar, including long-time favourites such as Johnny Rockets, La Parisienne, Stock Burger, Maison de Sushi and more”, the statement noted.
tDine offers a three-month free trial for any foodie who would like to try out the programme to experience all the benefits for themselves, which will turn into a six-month membership at a price of QR99, which makes talabat Dine “even more enjoyable”.
Francisco de Sousa, managing director of talabat Qatar, said he was thrilled to introduce tDine onto the platform. On top of being an “excellent way to motivate users to dine in at restaurants”, it’s also a new experience, being able to gain from so many places. It’s not just ordering online with tDine, it’s walking into a restaurant and being able to get more for the same price or relevant discount”.
“We always aim to give our customers better deals and variety on our app. And with tDine, not only are we providing an excellent experience to the talabat users, but we’re also supporting our restaurant partners and driving more traffic to them, online and offline,” he added.
Consumers can subscribe to tDine by downloading the talabat app through the iOS Appstore or Google Play.
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