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From Burger & Lobster To Paradise Dynasty, Changi Airport Launches Own Food Delivery Service

Changi Airport Group has launched its very own food delivery service.

Starting from today (28 August), diners can order food from nearly 30 eateries in Changi Airport and Jewel Changi Airport.

There is a variety of options, ranging from mains, desserts, baked goods, bubble tea and even wine.

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List of some participating brands / Screenshot from Changi Eats website

Participating F&B brands include London-based Burger & Lobster, Lavender bakery, Tai Cheong bakery, Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles, 4Fingers and Lady M.

Diners can place their order on the Changi Eats website, which is currently still in the beta phase.

Diners can mix and match orders from up to five different eateries in a single transaction. There is also no mark-up — prices reflected on the website remains the same as in-store prices.

A minimum spend of S$50 will incur a delivery fee between S$5 and S$12 (depending on location), while orders above S$80 will entitle diners to free delivery on top of an additional 15 per cent discount.

Payment made with MasterCard can also enjoy free delivery when they use a promotion code.

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Screenshot from Changi Eats website

Diners can also choose to collect their own orders at Changi Airport Terminal 3 via a ‘Drive-Thru Self-Pick Up’ option to save on delivery fees.

Do note that orders must be placed one day in advance and up to two hours before the scheduled delivery slots from 12.30pm to 8pm daily.

With every transaction on the platform, diners can also get a chance to earn Changi Rewards points.

Changi Rewards members can earn up to five times more loyalty points on every dollar spent on top of the normal rate, capped at 300 points per order, from now until 30 September.

“The travel industry, along with the retail and food & beverage industry have been severely affected due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Changi Airport has been affected and our tenants, many whom are local SMEs, are affected too,” said Changi Airport on its website.

“However, we remain resilient and are committed to helping our partners through this difficult time. As such, we have worked with a group of local SMEs to roll out this delivery initiative so that we can bring Changi to you.”

Featured Image Credit: Lauryn Ishak for The New York Times / Burger & Lobster

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