Talabat launches ‘Talabat pro’ a subscription service

Talabat launches ‘Talabat pro’ a subscription service

In a move set to redefine food delivery experiences, Talabat, a leading everyday delivery platform, has introduced ‘Talabat Pro’ in Bahrain. This innovative subscription service opens doors to a realm of exclusive advantages, including limitless free deliveries from a curated list of restaurants and vendors.

Members of ‘Talabat Pro’ will relish the luxury of unlimited free deliveries from a diverse array of beloved food brands, grocery stores, and local shops. This expansive selection includes popular names like Healthy Calorie, Jasmis, 3 Lines, Baskin Robbins, Lulu Hypermarket, and, of course, Talabat Mart.

Moaiad Aqel, Managing Director of Talabat in Bahrain, expressed the company’s commitment to elevating user experiences. He stated, “At Talabat, we constantly seek to enhance our users’ experience by providing them with exclusive benefits that exceed their expectations. Moreover, we have launched a paid subscription program that enables customers to receive free delivery on their food and non-food orders, in cooperation with leading restaurants and groceries in the kingdom. We remain committed to developing and improving the application’s services, whilst offering further exclusive features and offers.”

Flexible Options and a Free Trial

Customers can opt for ‘Talabat Pro’ on a monthly or yearly basis, with prices starting from BD2.5 ($6.6) per month or BD2 per month for an annual plan. To make the deal even sweeter, Talabat’s subscription service offers a complimentary trial period. Upon signing up, customers can enjoy the new launch for an entire month, with the flexibility to cancel at any time.

‘Talabat Pro’ is readily available to customers across Bahrain, accessible on all iOS and Android devices. This move underscores Talabat’s commitment to enhancing the food delivery experience for its users and facilitating greater convenience for foodies across Bahrain.

With the introduction of ‘Talabat Pro,’ the food delivery landscape in Bahrain is poised for a transformative journey, where subscribers can savor their favorite dishes with the added delight of unlimited free deliveries. Talabat continues to be a trailblazer in the industry, setting new standards for food delivery services in the region.

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