Zomato has an exclusive foodie club that gets you amazing offers


Sponsored: For just Dhs79, get 1+1 on food and 2+2 on drinks when you dine out…

Remember the days when you had to flip through a coupon book just to nab a measly side of free fries?

Well, one food app is changing the game when it comes to dining discounts in Dubai. You’ve probably heard of Zomato – the food discovery engine that lets you search for restaurants in your area.

But did you know Zomato also has an exclusive club where members can enjoy FREE food and drinks when they dine out, plus a whole bunch of other perks?

It’s called Zomato Gold, and when we say exclusive, we mean exclusive – memberships are only available to purchase on certain days, usually for just a few hours at a time.


The good news is, to celebrate their first anniversary, Zomato Gold is opening up subscriptions for three whole days, from May 9 to 11. 

A three-month membership costs just Dhs79, while a 12-month membership is only Dhs199. Plus, anyone who purchases a membership over the next three days goes in the draw to win a trip to Russia for the 2018 FIFA World Cup 


With a Zomato Gold membership, you’ll enjoy 1+1 on food, and 2+2 on drinks. This is valid at more than 700 restaurants across Dubai and Abu Dhabi (and it will soon be launching in Sharjah, too). You can use it any time, any day, on any menu item.

The best part is, you can enjoy unlimited visits to your favourite restaurants and bars – there’s no restriction on how many times you can use your membership at each spot. This is ideal for those of us who love ordering the same thing every time (we don’t hate change, we just know what we like!).

Your membership also gives you access to all sorts of cool invite-only events, like yacht parties, pub crawls, new restaurant openings, and more.

This is definitely our kind of club… so what are you waiting for?

To see the full list of partner restaurants and to join, visit the Zomato Gold website.

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