$20 Of Free Food When You Sign Up For Munchery

Munchery is a service that delivers already cooked food to your door. For a fee of $8.95/month (or $85/year), Munchery members get access to a varied menu of delicious dishes at prices that are significantly less than other delivery and take-out options. You can simply go through checkout and place an order to start a free 30-day trial.

Right now they offering a free $20 credit when you sign up through a referral link. You can then refer friends and family and get $20 for each person that signs up and places an order.


With their membership they offer prices that are lower than what “normal” or non-membership pricing would be. To get an idea of what the meals cost, dishes such as Shredded Beef Tacos or Artichoke Chickpea Stew  will be between $8-$12. It will cost you about $18 for Steak au Poivre. Kids’ meals range from $4-$6. Sides, salads, and desserts range from $4-$8. If you connect your Munchery account with Facebook they’ll give you a free dessert on  your birthday.


They also have what they call Plaid Box deliveries that start at $51.95 for two dinner kits serving two people each, with free shipping to your doorstep. You don’t need to be a member to sign up for the Plaid Box.

Munchery has its own kitchens around the country where they cook their own food. They provide mostly dishes that will work well and taste great when reheated later, giving you the feel of a great home cooked meal. “A great dish to ‘Muncherize’ is a dish that’s simple, that’s easy for the customer to reheat and maintain the same integrity you’d have in a restaurant dish,” says Steven Levine, Munchery’s R&D chef.

You can order same-day delivery (with varying cut-off ordering times), as well as scheduled deliveries up to a week in advance.

Right now they only service select areas. You can enter your zip code to see if Munchery is available in your area in one of these states:

  • Arizona 52 Cities
  • California 1018 Cities
  • Colorado 43 Cities
  • Idaho 14 Cities
  • Maryland 4 Cities
  • Nevada 20 Cities
  • New Jersey 23 Cities
  • New York 89 Cities
  • Oregon 89 Cities
  • Utah 88 Cities
  • Virginia 2 Cities
  • Washington 88 Cities
  • Washington, D.C.

Here’s a great article on Eater about their business model, what dishes they serve and how they cook them, and finally how is everything delivered to your door.


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