Earn 10 Velocity Points per dollar with Menulog


The Velocity estore is currently offering 10 Velocity Points per dollar when you order through Menulog. These bonus points are on offer when you purchase online by 25 July.

This is 5 times the normal points offering, and is quite a decent chunk of points. Depending on how you value your points, this could represent a return of 10% or more of the money you spend on your next meal.

Earn Velocity Points with Menulog

In order to earn points with Menulog, you need to go through the Velocity estore. As with all Velocity estore transactions, it is best to start off logged in on the Velocity site.

To get started, head over here to the Velocity estore. While you can look for Menulog a number of ways, simply searching for Menulog works, even if you do receive a page with just one search result.

You can then select that to read about the Velocity offer that is available.

On you click Shop Now, you will get one last screen to remind you to have your cookies available. After that you are off to the Menulog site.


Note that if you are not logged in to your Velocity account, you will also be prompted to do so. You must be logged into you Velocity account in order for the transactions to track properly. Fortunately, the estore ensures that you are logged in before you begin your transaction.


10 Velocity Points per dollar is a nice bonus. It is especially nice at the moment as the number of restaurant point earning opportunities is reducing.

Over in the Qantas camp, you can earn points with Deliveroo. This has a different earning structure, and gives more flexibility in the way you can order. Having said that, it is worth knowing about both offers, and using whichever is best for the meals you are ordering.

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Mark is the founder of FlyStayPoints, and caught the travel bug early in life. He discovered the benefits of travel loyalty programs in 2001, and is always learning how they can make travel better. While work takes him between Perth and Melbourne, he is always plotting his next adventure.