Treating your dad and the family doesn’t have to be expensive! Enjoy the latest Combo Savers Promo from Mang Inasal fro Father’s Day. Choose from Combo A (PHP 156) which includes Chicken Inasal with rice, Iced Tea, Halo Halo, and Combo B (PHP 139) which includes Sisig with rice, Iced Tea and Halo Halo. Available through dine-in, take out, Grab Food, Food Panda and store delivery from June 1 to 30, 2021.
The promotion is a timely offer, and while prices may vary in different areas of the country customers can easily save PHP 15.
Similar Promos by Competitors
Unlike Mang Inasal, Max’s Restaurant doesn’t offer father’s day combo meals but instead went all out for a “party” bundle. For PHP 1,799 you get:
- 1 regular whole fried chicken
- 1 regular crispy pata
- While sizzling tofu
- Lumpiang shanghai
- Buko pandan for advance orders
Advance order deliveries are from June 17 to 19. The promo is valid for dine-in, take-out and deliveries.
Recently Concluded Mang Inasal Promos
Food Panda Epic Deals 50% Off. Last June 1, Mang Inasal offered 50% Off on Mang Inasal Orders through Food Panda. The promotion only lasted for a day and had a discount limit of PHP 77.
Mang Inasal Delivery Savers. In a promotion that started May 1 until May 31, Mang Inasal offered free 1.5L of Coke for every purchase of Chicken Inasal Family Size. The promo was available through Grab Food, Food Panda and direct delivery.
Chicken Inasal Combo. From May 1 to 31, Mang Inasal had a promotion on Combo A (PHP 229) which consisted of 2 orders of Mang Inasal Chicken with Rice and drinks and Combo B (PHP 75) which consisted of 1 order of Mang Inasal Chicken with rice, drink and halo halo.Disclaimer
About Mang Inasal
The first Mang Inasal store was established in 2003 by Edgar “Injap” Sia, who was an architecture school dropout. Banking on business savvy, he went on from opening that first store in Iloilo to breaking out in Manila with an “unlimited rice” promotion. In 2010 Mr. Sia made a windfall with the fastfood giant Jollibee foods corporation acquired 70% of the business, and making him among the 40 richest Filipinos based on Forbes List.
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