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[Relish] $20 / $30 Voucher for Next Order with $40 / $60 Spend (+ Free Delivery) @ Grill'd Online

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Greetings everyone, just got this offer from Grill'd via email, seems pretty good for Relish Members :)


$20 Treat
Spend $40 using Grill'd Delivery and we'll send you a $20 coupon for your next order.

$30 Treat
Spend $60 using Grill'd Delivery and we'll send you a $30 coupon for your next order.

Simply login to your Relish account when ordering Grill'd Delivery before December 6 to earn your coupon. Oh, and did we mention delivery is free until then too?


Eat & Treat offer is exclusively available to qualifying Relish members only. To be eligible, Relish members must be logged in and spend between $40 and $59.99 in a single Grill'd Delivery transaction to receive $20 off their next order, or spend $60 or more in a single Grill'd Delivery transaction to receive $30 off their next order. Qualifying spend threshold excludes any fees or discounts. Qualifying 'Eat' period available from Saturday 28 November 2020 - Sunday 6 December 2020. 'Treat' period redeemable from Saturday 28 November 2020 - Wednesday 16 December 2020. Only one 'Treat' coupon can be earned per Relish member. 'Treat' coupon can be redeemed for dine in, at-table, pick up, phone orders and Grill'd Delivery. Excludes third party delivery services. 'Treat' coupon cannot be redeemed in conjunction with any other offer.


As always, enjoy!

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  • Any minimum spend required to use the $20/$30 voucher?

  • Is this "targeted"? I can't find this offer..

    • I thought it might have been but received an email a few hours ago and received on a different email when this was posted. So I think they're still sending out emails but can update to be targeted if someone knows whether it is or not.

  • Does this mean when I get the $20/$30 voucher, that order has to be delivered too? Or can I pick it up?

  • doesn't seem like I have the email. possibly targeted?

  • i went to use this, but delivery prices are now more expensive than pick up prices. I also checked an order i did when i paid for delivery ($7) and they were cheaper 3 weeks ago.

    the credit deal is still good though

    • It says delivery is free until 6th December on my email…

      • sorry, i wasnt clear. there is no delivery charge at the moment. But the price of an individual item is more expensive delivered than picked up. i.e. a burger is an extra $1.50 or so if it is delivered.

        • Yeah I noticed the same burger is $13.90 for pick up and $15.90 for delivery at my local store.

          Order 2 burgers and some chips and you are paying $5 or so for delivery in the marked up food prices.

          • @hamza23: its pretty dissappointing from them. i was previously happy that their pick and delivery prices were the same, that way the delivery fee is transparent. effectively no discount in regards to delivery im this deal

    • +2 votes

      this is hugely disappointing. why offer free delivery and jack your menu prices

  • I keep trying to enter an address for delivery and get the error "Undefined offset: 0". Very frustrating. I get the same error for anyone on my Street, in Adelaide or even in Melbourne.

  • I didn't get the email but signed in, ordered and was offered the promo with free delivery. 2xburgs and large chips was $41. Also had a relish reward for 6 pieces of chicken shrugs so I accepted that too haha

  • For some reason Grill'd partnered with DoorDash. Tried the DD app once and the delivery experience was awful compared with UberEats.
    Also too bad they only give you a discount on your next order

  • I think this is a good offer but my recent experiences have been poor (both in terms of food and service). Does anyone think this chain/franchise has gone down hill.

    It was initially quite expensive to eat compared to local joints and I felt super guilty when I was there as apparently they underpaid their workers.

  • Got the email too. A bit hard to spend $40 just for two though.

  • Not as good as I thought , spend $40, 2 burgers and large chips, $20 free, a burger and chips.. so basically a free burger with chips.

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    Hi guys!

    Grill'd here, just want to clear up a few things.

    $20 Treat
    Spend $40 using Grill'd Delivery and we'll send you a $20 coupon for your next order. To use your $20 off coupon, the order MUST be over $20 at checkout.

    $30 Treat
    Spend $60 using Grill'd Delivery and we'll send you a $30 coupon for your next order. To use your $30 off coupon, the order MUST be over $30 at checkout.

    Simply log in to your Relish account when ordering Grill'd Delivery before December 6 to earn your coupon. Oh, and did we mention delivery is free until then too?

    After making a qualifying transaction, this offer will appear in your emails, the Relish tab of your app, and the 'Relish Rewards' menu when making an online order. If you can't find your coupon but have made an eligible transaction while signed into your Relish account, let us know at ** www.grilld.com.au/feedback ** and a member of our team can assist.

    More information on the campaign here: https://www.grilld.com.au/news/latest/eat-and-treat
    Full Ts & Cs here: https://www.grilld.com.au/legal-information/terms-conditions...

    • As someone said up, we had a bad experience with delivery, It was delivered after 40 mins the food was ready — and grill‘d is 3 minutes drive from us. The burgers and chips were soggy and drinks were boiling hot, I guess they kept the bag in a warm to tray to keep it warm but they kept the drinks there too. So it really doesn’t matter if you get around 50% back if the actual order is in such a state. We did contact them but they didn’t even bother to answer. All in all, very bad experience.

      P.S: I had voted up before, and it won’t let me switch to neg

    • Does the coupon have to be used for delivery order? Or can we use it in store to avoid the jacked up prices?

      Never mind. Just saw this
      'Treat' coupon can be redeemed for dine in, at-table, pick up, phone orders and Grill'd Delivery. Excludes third party delivery services.