foodpanda launches an anthem to celebrate its Premier League Campaign

By Brand Voice on
February 19, 2019
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foodpanda has collaborated with Ali Gul Pir and released a foodie anthem that is sure to get you and your friends tapping feet to the power-packed tune during this Pakistan Super League season. The song #HalkaNaiAna mimics foodpanda’s habit of going beyond all limits to deliver food that is cherished by their fans all across the country.

Watch the song in the clip below:

foodpanda is welcoming even the craziest of all cravings that hungry cricket fans may have while they watch the cricket matches with family and friends in the comfort of their homes. With foodpanda’s ever-expanding reach and restaurant-base across the country, ordering something as little as even one naan is now easier than ever.

Discounts at select restaurants

The food delivery giant is all prepped to bring to you your favourite meals at attractive price points as part of unending bargain deals that offer upto 70% on all restaurants; these include, but are not limited to OPTP, Pizza Hut, Burger Lab, Burger O clock, Golden Dragon, Kababjees, Chop chop wok, and Del frio.

You don’t have to do anything special to avail these discounts. Just open the app, select the restaurant and the deal that you want and just check out.

Currently delivering from over 6,000 restaurants across Pakistan, foodpanda Premier League campaign is a huge opportunity for food lovers across the country to enjoy high-quality food right at their footsteps at much lower rates. You can visit foodpanda’s website or social media pages to get more information about this ongoing campaign.

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This story has been made possible by foodpanda and doesn’t necessarily reflect the views of TechJuice editorial staff. 

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