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DBS WWMC offering 50% off foodpanda’s ‘pandapro’ subscription

DBS WWMC cardholders can now get foodpanda's pandapro subscription for just S$1.50 per month when signing up for a year, half the usual rate, for free delivery and more.

If you’re holding a DBS Woman’s World card in Singapore, there’s a new offer running you may be interested in to get a year’s subscription to foodpanda’s ‘pandapro’ service at half the usual cost, potentially allowing you to make savings on food delivery fees and obtain discounts on your regular spend via the app.

A pandapro subscription currently costs S$4.99 per month, which reduces to S$2.99 a month if you pay upfront for a year’s membership (S$35.88).

Under this offer, DBS WWMC cardholders can pick up an annual membership for S$17.94 instead, 50% off the usual rate and equivalent to just S$1.50 per month for the next year, and it’s hard to see that not being easily outweighed by the savings most people will achieve.

DBS pandapro offer

To sign up for the discounted yearly pandapro membership, you’ll need to do so via the foodpanda app on your mobile device.

You can download the foodpanda app through the following links.

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You will have to have your DBS WWMC card saved as one of the payment methods on your app.

Tap ‘Become a pandapro’ from the main menu and select the yearly membership at S$35.88.

Tap ‘I have a code’ and enter DBSWOMANS, ensuring the payment method for the subscription has your DBS WWMC card selected.

The discounted subscription cost of S$17.94 is then shown, and you can simply proceed to pay using your WWMC card.

pandapro benefits

Almost all our readers in Singapore make use of food and grocery delivery apps, from time to time or even more regularly, so memberships like these can save you a decent amount of money over the year.


The pandapro subscription offers:

  • Free food delivery (selected restaurants, min. order S$15 applies)
  • Free pandamart delivery (min. order S$29 applies)
  • Free foodpanda shop delivery (selected shops, min. order applies)
  • Up to 25% off pick-up orders at selected restaurants
  • Up to 30% off dine-in at partner restaurants
  • Up to 35% off deals at selected restaurants
pandapro members get extra discounts on food pick-up as well as deliveries

Should you sign up for pandapro?

This really depends on how regularly you use food delivery apps, especially foodpanda itself, but at the equivalent of S$1.50 per month it’s honestly difficult to see how most people wouldn’t benefit from this membership in value terms!

I signed up for pandapro using this DBS WWMC offer code only yesterday, and across two delivery orders so far I have already saved S$10.84 as a member, on lunch orders I would have been making for the family anyway.


For me the S$1.50 per month equivalent cost of this membership is therefore a complete no-brainer, but do make a decision yourself based on how likely you are to use the platform and pick up the membership benefits.

A couple of key things to remember is that not all restaurants are on foodpanda (some are exclusive to other apps like Grab or Deliveroo), and also that free delivery does not apply to all restaurants that are on the app.

Not a DBS WWMC cardholder?

If you’re not holding the DBS WWMC card, our first question might be “why not?”.

This is one of the essential miles-earning tools in our book for Singapore-based readers, with 4 mpd on the first S$2,000 of online (including foodpanda!) and Kris+ transactions per calendar month – making it an easy way for many people (ourselves included) to net around 96,000 KrisFlyer miles per year.

The best part? Men can apply too!

Check out our full review for all the details.

DBS Woman's World Card
First year

4 mpd

Men can
DBS Woman's World Card

First year

4 mpd

Men can

Nonetheless if you still haven’t got a DBS WWMC, a smaller 40% discount on foodpanda’s pandapro subscriptions is currently being offered between now and the end of 2022, using promo code IAMPRO within the app, though this one has limited redemptions and is only available while stocks last.

Which credit card to use with foodpanda

Transactions via the foodpanda app fall under Merchant Category Code (MCC) 5814: Fast Food Restaurants. Here are the cards we have identified which therefore earn up to 4 miles per dollar on foodpanda orders:

Card Earn
Citi Rewards Card 2019Citi Rewards
(see our review)
4 mpd Capped at S$1,000 per statement month.
(see our review)
4 mpd Capped at S$2,000 per calendar month.
HSBC Revo Card SmallHSBC Revolution
(see our review)
4 mpd Capped at S$1,000 per calendar month.
Ladys CardUOB Lady’s Card 4 mpd If dining is specified as your quarterly bonus category, capped at S$1,000 per calendar month.
Ladys Solitaire CardUOB Lady’s Solitaire Card
4 mpd If dining is specified as your quarterly bonus category, capped at S$3,000 per calendar month.
(see our review)
4 mpd Capped at S$1,110 per calendar month.
This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Card-Small.pngKrisFlyer UOB Credit Card
(see our review)
3 mpd No cap, subject to S$800+ spend on SIA transactions in your membership year (bonus 1.8 mpd on dining credited after the end of your membership year).

As you can see the DBS WWMC is one of several options for bonus miles earning with these orders.

While you will have to pay for your pandapro subscription using your WWMC card to obtain the 50% discount using the promo code, you are still free to use any card to pay when you make orders via the app.




The pandapro subscription for foodpanda customers isn’t for everyone, but at an equivalent rate of S$1.50 a month most DBS WWMC cardholders can’t really lose out with this latest offer in our opinion.

I’ve taken the plunge personally and already made back half the annual subscription in just a couple of days.

While you’ll have to use the WWMC card to pay for the annual subscription itself to take advantage of this offer, remember there are a range of credit cards you can then use for 3 mpd to 4 mpd on foodpanda orders for the rest of the year.

(Cover Photo: foodpanda Singapore)


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