#EatLikeaViking, Reap the Rewards with the Vikings Loyalty Card

Vikings Loyalty Card

Foodies and buffet enthusiasts rejoice! Vikings, the Philippines’ largest buffet restaurant, thanks its loyal customers for their continued patronage with their Loyalty Card!

For only P300, diners at Vikings, Niu by Vikings, and Four Seasons Hotpot City as young as 13 years old can avail of the Vikings Loyalty Card and earn 1 point for every P100 spent dining at any of their numerous branches across the Metro.

Simply activate your card via SMS and receive exclusive discounts at branches, partners and affiliates, invitations to special events, priority entrance during opening hours, as well as loyalty and redemption points. Cardholders only need to show their card and proof of identity to any Vikings employee, who will simply scan their card with the ease of a TAP.

Each loyalty and redemption point is earned with every P100 spent, and is redeemable once a minimum of 20 points has been reached. The Basic Level of the Vikings Loyalty Card is from 0-999 points, the Silver Level is from 1000-1500 points, and the Gold Level is 1,501 points and above. The higher your level, the more perks you enjoy! Eating out has never been this rewarding, and earning points has never been this easy and delicious!

What are you waiting for? #EatLikeaViking and start earning points!

Get ready for a feast from the sea and eat like a Viking by visiting any of the following branches:
SM Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City; SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City; SM City Marikina, Marikina City; SM Jazz Mall, Makati City; SM City North, Quezon City; SM BF, Paranaque City; SM Lanang Premier, Davao City.

Find Niu by Vikings at the 6th floor of SM Aura, 26th Street cor. McKinley Parkway, Taguig, and Four Seasons Hotpot City at Mall of Asia branch at Bldg. E, By the Bay, MOA Complex, Pasay City.

Log on to www.vikings.ph for more details.


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