Enjoy a joyous, hassle-free Deepavali celebration with foodpanda’s promotions & offers

Deepavali, also known as the ‘Festival of Lights’, is fast approaching, and staying true to the joy and spirit of Deepavali, foodpanda Malaysia will deliver bright smiles to all Malaysians with the following Deepavali promotions and offers:

Food Delivery & Pick Up

Use the following promo codes to save on your food delivery and pick-up via foodpanda:

  • PESTAPANDA – Enjoy 50% (capped at RM13.50) off food orders with a minimum order value of RM25.00;
  • TEN – Enjoy RM10 off with a minimum order value of RM35.00. While stocks last;
  • ORDERNOW – Enjoy 40% (capped at RM8.00) off with a minimum order value of RM20.00 at selected restaurants from 2.00-5.00pm daily. While stocks last;
  • FREEDEL – Enjoy FREE deliveries with a minimum order value of RM25.00. While stocks last; and
  • PESTAPANDA – Enjoy 75% off on the all new thick and crunchy crust at Pizza Hut with an extra crunchy cheddar edge to all your favourite toppings, from 1st October to December 2022.


For the period of 14th October to 3rd November 2022, get discounts of up to 20% off of various pandamart categories:

  • Groceries from 14th October to 20th October;
  • Home & Beauty from 21st October to 27th October; and
  • Fresh Produce & Dairy Products from 28th October to 3rd November.

Treat yourself to a Deepavali special with Murukku, Pineapple Tarts, Cornflake Cookies and Almond London Cookies that will be available on pandamart for a limited time only.


  • Lotus’s is offering up to 30% off on deals from 1st October to 31st October.
  • Get 10% off Nestle Ice Cream from 1st October to 31st October.
  • Brand deals up to 50% off at Watsons from 1st October to 31st October.
  • 7-Eleven is offering discounts of up to 35% on selected products from 1st October to 31st October.

Sit back and spend some quality time with your family during this Deepavali season. Let foodpanda take care of your festive needs, download the app now!

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