Accompanying the mass rollouts of COVID-19 vaccines by the government starting earlier this week, many dining establishments from big to small are celebrating this glorious occasion (for better days with more health safety, of course!) by offering promotions and free stuff for customers who have received complete doses.
McDonald's, for instance, leads the pack with the free french fries offering for the vaxxed who shows the proof of their vaccination. The big yellow diner will be giving out one normal-sized french fries (for 50,000 customers) for free.
Not only is Ronald the clown the only one in this inoculation celebration, but many restaurants and cafés across the city are all jumping on the generous wagon to reward the vaccinated peeps. Here's the list of all venues you can check out the good deals:
- Dominos: Free one chocolate lava cake (B75, available until June 30)
- Au Bon Pain: Get 50% discount on iced lemon tea (available until June 19)
- Major Cineplex: Free one popcorn or soft drink (available until June 30)
- Auntie Anne's: Free one pretzel when buying one pretzel (available until September 30)
- On the Table: Free Arabiki Sausage Salad when ordering one dish from the menu
- Gram Pancakes: Free one refreshing drink
- Ippudo: Free mini Hakata gyoza (available until June 30)
- La Meow: Free one portion of sliced pork when ordering over B300
- PEAK Chocolate: Get 30% discount (available until June 30)
- Pokè Mè: Get 10% discount
- Coffee 101 (only at Groove): Get 10% discount (available until June 30)
- Fire Tiger: Get 50% discount on one beverage when buying one beverage (available until June 30)
- Honey Nuka: Get 20% discount on any beverages (available until June 30)
- Class Café: Free one beverage
The most common way to redeem these benefits is to show the vaccination certificate when you complete the doses. It's basically available in the MorProm application, or a document you received after the session. So if you already got the jabs and feel like giving yourself a nice treat, let's go!
You can also read more about the vaccination and pandemic situation in Bangkok from this link.