Super Sodexo Market !!

23 Sep

It has been almost 3 and half months since I’ve started working. And since I m as corporate bitch now this post is specially for beings like me, though would be useful for future the puppies :D.

Most of us get Sodexo/full circle meal coupon as part of the salary because of tax redemption from government. And trust me if you do not work or live near Hi-tech city its real pain to spend these specially if u get 2600 Rs. Worth of them every month.

But the good part is other than restaurants many super markets do accept them but all of them have their own rules and based on them I’ve classified them in 4 categories…

1. Best friend of Coupon holder :- The Super market which accept meal coupons for anything they sell and the best of all, even returns currency note as change in return of coupons. So far only Aditya Birla Group’s More (formerly Trinetra) falls in this category.

2. Will do (Kaam chalaau): – Well, these guys are strict about the money in return policy but they you can still buy anything they sell with your coupons. Heritage’s Fresh@ is the only place in this category I’ve found so far.

3. Last resort (Majboori):- Saar!! Food items only. And even if you actually eat detergent? They won’t give it on meal coupons. Reliance fresh, Food Bazzar and all fall in this category.

4. Strict no no(Bhagvaan na kere):- Almost all big brand supermarkets accept these meal coupons but there are few private one like Max fresh, suvidha and all in my locality who doesn’t. For the simple reason that they have to pay tax for it …

Now, there are many other places like Spencer’s, ITC Choupal fresh, Magna super market n all I have not tried using these coupons.

PS: – Ultimately it’s all about saving the tax.

PS: — There are also trendy options like Meal Cards… which look just like the debit or credit cards and works at swap machines and ATM’s too.

PS: — A total goodie-goodie post after last blast.

PS: —- EOP(Exit);

7 Responses to “Super Sodexo Market !!”

  1. Pramodh September 23, 2008 at 5:56 am #

    Wonderful compilation! You must have put in a lot of effort into this.

  2. Devansh Mittal September 23, 2008 at 6:15 am #

    This is also one of the “planned obsolescence” of economists to promote consumerism.
    For more information see

  3. Kulbir Saini September 23, 2008 at 6:41 am #

    “A total goodie-goodie post after last blast.” +1.
    what happened to the recipes ??

  4. @nks September 23, 2008 at 6:54 am #

    @pramod … thanks … yeh a bit … 🙂

    @Devansh … well, that’s true, although i’ve not seen story of stuff … can’t see it at work and don’t have internet connection at home…

    @kulbir 😀 …. i m compiling the recipes … will post them soon …

  5. Rohith September 23, 2008 at 7:44 am #

    why the heck do you always forget ‘h’ at the end of somebody’s name? How many times do I have to warn you? 😛 (I am talking about pramodh’s name now :D)

    Mine are not sodexo.. So not giving a damn of what you posted here 😀

    For Accor Services’s Ticket Restaurant coupons, there are many bakeries, curry points(yeah curry points!) and super markets (magna, some spencer’s outlets) who accept them. Many places in Dilsukhnagar, malakpet, kukatpally to chandanagar strech, madhapur I have used or seen somebody else using those. 😀

    Where do you stay btw?

  6. @nks September 23, 2008 at 8:05 am #

    @rohit …. ohh!! my bad Rohit!! … … yeh you read it right … aaR Oww eHtch aaI Tee …

    thanks for not giving “damn” to my post … 😛

    and … what ever i’ve mentioned here holds true for Accor’s ticket restaurant coupons too !!

    n My den is at Tolichowki BTW … !!

  7. couponcalculator December 5, 2011 at 7:14 pm #

    In dealing with sodexo coupons this app comes handy

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