Meal subscription service MealPal launched in Melbourne last year with the goal of ending boring — and expensive — lunches for time-starved office workers. It offers weekday lunches for just $8 a day from more than 100 of Melbourne lunchtime go-tos, such as Mr Burger, PappaRich, Pokéd and Zeus Street Greek.
The brainchild of ClassPass co-founder, Mary Biggins, and Katie Ghelli (formerly of ZocDoc), the meal subscription service proved a hit across the USA and UK since first launching in Miami, in January 2016. Since then, it has served over 8 million meals to workers across 16 cities around the world.
Now, to celebrate its first year in Melbourne, the app is offering five days of lunches for just $1. That's 20 cents a day. You could find more than that in the bottom of an old bag, behind a couch cushion or under a car seat.
To access the deal, sign up through the website or app and you'll be able to order a daily lunch meal from the huge selection of great local restaurants, schedule a convenient time to skip the queues and pick it up, and enjoy a tasty feed for blissfully minimal effort — for 20 cents a day.
To get access to the deal, you need to signup before midnight on Monday, June 18, so get in quick.