EatClub gives away 4,000 FREE burgers to celebrate its 4th birthday

FREE burgers:   Monday 28 March and Tuesday 29 March 2022 – 12 noon – 6pm

Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth

Australia’s leading ‘dining deal’ app, EatClub, is turning four in April and to celebrate it is giving away 4,000 free burgers to new and existing ‘EatClubber’ app users across the country.

“We are going all out for our fourth birthday,” Pan Koutlakis said.

Pan Koutlakis is the founder and CEO of EatClub, an innovative app that enables restaurants to push out custom offers directly to customers to encourage patronage at the specific times they need it.  It is currently the only platform at scale to give restaurants the power and control to post and manage dynamically priced deals in real-time. EatClub allows businesses to harness the power of artificial intelligence to drive sales and make data-driven decisions on the deals they post resulting in the most customers to maximise revenue.

“Since launching four years ago, we have amassed a cult following at EatClub with over 1.6 million downloads. We have welcomed thousands of dining venues onboard and have generated over $100 million in revenue for our restaurant partners,” Koutlakis added.

eatclub giving away 4,000 free hamburgers on monday and tuesday

“There is so much to celebrate at EatClub. Not only are we helping dining venues to grow and fill seats, we have played a key role in helping the sector get through the pandemic by assisting many venues to increase take away orders.”

EatClub’s fourth birthday celebrations are taking place across the country on Monday 28 and Tuesday 29 March. The free burgers will be available for new and existing EatClubbers in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide at participating partner restaurants from 12noon – 6pm daily.

“Everyone will need to get in quick.  We have 4,000 burgers to give away. Our amazing offer is available for new and existing EatClub app users. Simply download the EatClub app, submit your order for a free burger at your nearest participating restaurant and pick it up,” Koutlakis emphasised.

Burger chains taking part in the giveaway include some cult names – Huxtaburger in Melbourne, Fritzenburger in Brisbane, Huxtaburger and Burger L in Sydney, and Burgastronomy in Adelaide.

“At EatClub, we want to thank everyone for being part of our journey and supporting our wonderful restaurant partners,” Koutlakis said.

“In a short period of four years, we have helped many people discover and benefit from amazing dining venues locally and across the country with deals that reward customers and support restaurants.

“During the pandemic alone, we experienced a surge of over 200 percent in venues registering on our EatClub platform. We are very proud that we have been able to help many of them to significantly increase their revenue without increasing fixed costs, resulting in increased profitability.”

Thousands of people daily are using EatClub every day to claim exclusive deals and discounts up to 50 percent off on amazing food, and there is no sign that these numbers are rapidly increasing as we emerge from lockdowns across the country.

EatClub is available to download on the App Store and Google Play, and registering a restaurant on EatClub only takes five minutes. Since 2017, EatClub has filled millions of tables for restaurants around the country.”

For customers, the App is easy to use and navigate with EatClub’s three-step ordering system:

1.      Discover. Find nearby restaurants that have just uploaded last-minute deals.

2.      Redeem. Find an incredible deal at a top restaurant, and redeem your voucher.

3.      Enjoy. Show your digital voucher when you arrive at the restaurant to receive your deal or order and pay online.

App Store:

https://apps.apple.com/au/app/eatclub-live-restaurant-deals/id1053752571

Google Play:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=dinnerdeal.android.customer&hl=en_AUhttps://

https://eatclub.com.au

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