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P.F. Chang’s caters to small and large groups, and because everything is made from scratch, orders must be placed at least one hour in advance of pickup.

P.F. Chang’s Offering 15 Percent Off Holiday Catering Orders

December 13, 2017 Industry News

P.F. Chang’s is offering 15 percent off catering orders of $300 or more this holiday season, through December 31. Choose one of P.F. Chang’s party packages, like Chang’s Classics, Farm to Wok and Wok-Fired Feast, or customize your order with your favorite sushi, salads, dim sum and dessert for a holiday celebration unlike any other. P.F. Chang’s party packages serve a minimum of 10 people and include everything you need for your catered event, like wire racks, plates, utensils, and steamed white or brown rice. To learn more and order online, visit pfchangs.com/catering. To redeem offer, use promo code CATER15.

P.F. Chang’s caters to small and large groups, and because everything is made from scratch, orders must be placed at least one hour in advance of pickup. “The holidays are about spending time with friends and family,” says Dwayne Chambers, P.F. Chang’s chief marketing officer. “Let P.F. Chang’s do the cooking so you can celebrate with guests, stress-free.”

Offer is valid for 15 percent off catering and takeout orders of $300 or more, from 10/23/17 - 12/31/17 only, at participating P.F. Chang's restaurants excluding Hawaii, Puerto Rico, airport locations, and international locations. Discount is applied pre-tax and does not include gratuities. $200 maximum discount. Guest must apply promotional code during online ordering or mention offer during ordering or pickup to receive discount. Not combinable with any other offers or rewards. Not valid for the purchase of gift cards, alcoholic beverages or Happy Hour menu items. Not valid for third-party delivery services. No cash value. Void where prohibited. 

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