How to Save Money on Food using Foodler & LevelUp

by on March 11th, 2013

Do you enjoy “take out” dinners? Are you using Foodler to earn points? What about LevelUp? Both of these are services designed to allow you to earn points and discounts. The real question is do you want to double your discount as you enjoy your favorite foods. Of course you do. Using Foodler and LevelUp together makes it possible. The steps are outlined below.

Foodler

The first step is placing your order. Now, don’t pick up your phone. Instead, log onto Foodler. Create an account if you don’t have one already. Select your city. Then choose a restaurant. Place your order. Now, this is the most important part: select “pick up,” so you won’t have to pay a delivery fee. Oh, and the best part is you earn points every time you place an order, which you can redeem for free food. So, log on and earn those points!

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LevelUp

Ready for the second part of the discount? The second step involves making your payment. First, you need to make sure you have the LevelUp app, which is available for iPhone and Android. If you have neither of those, you can also email support@thelevelup.com, and they’ll send you a card you can use instead. Next, link your credit or debit card to the app (or card), and you’ll get your LevelUp code. Then, scan the LevelUp code when you pay for your order. The best part is you get discounts and savings every time you return with future orders.

Yay! But be sure to remember:

There is something else to consider: Foodler and LevelUp are best fits for cities right now. They aren’t typically set up in rural areas yet. Your best bet is to check out their sites, and see what’s available in your area. They could also come in handy when you travel. Also, friends and relatives always appreciate hearing about opportunities to save money. Share the knowledge and the wealth.

Place your order with Foodler. Pay for your order with LevelUp. Earn points for free food and discounts. Be sure to tell your friends. Now, go order your favorite foods and start saving more money!

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