Swiggy launches Dineout offerings for all users!

Swiggy, the Indian food and grocery delivery aggregator, has announced that it will be integrating Dineout offerings on its platform

Swiggy, the Indian food and grocery delivery aggregator, has announced that it will be integrating Dineout offerings on its platform, making it available to all its users. According to a statement by @Swiggy, the integration will enable Swiggy users to choose from various dining options and avail discounts at over 18,000 restaurants across 24 Indian cities, including Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, and more. Swiggy users can avail up to 40% discounts on their dining bills with an additional 15% off using their HDFC Bank Credit Cards at popular restaurant chains across the nation, from brands like Marriott InternationalThe Leela Palaces, Hotels and ResortsMainland China Restaurant, and more.

“Users can get exclusive benefits and save an average of Rs. 600 on every transaction at the restaurant. With the integration of DineoutSwiggy became the only platform to offer exclusive discounts and savings on dining out, food delivery, groceries, sending packages, and more to its users,” said Swiggy in its statement.

Swiggy One members will also enjoy the benefits of their membership now across Dineout, food delivery, InstaMartGenie , and more. With additional discounts and access to exclusive premium restaurants on Dineout, along with other perks like unlimited free deliveries and exclusive member-only discounts up to 30% off on food and grocery deliveries.

“We are certain that our combined efforts will help create a seamless experience for all Swiggy users and significant savings on their dining-out expenses,” said Ankit Mehrotra, Co-founder, Dineout.

The integration comes after Swiggy‘s acquisition of Dineout last year, and Swiggy One members can now enjoy additional benefits across various platforms. However, the company also recently laid off nearly 6% of its staff. The integration with Dineout is undoubtedly a significant step for Swiggy to expand its services and provide more value to its users.

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