Here is a typical Friday night. Your taste buds are tingling and you’ve lost the urge to prepare a dinner for two. Ideally you would embark on an adventure through the New York City dining scene... but something is holding you back. Is it the idea of choosing a restaurant, waiting for a table, waiting for your food, and then when all you want to do is go home, you inevitably still have to wait for the check? Suddenly you’ve lost your appetite.
What if it didn’t have to be this way?
Well, it doesn’t! Mobile payment app MyCheck is just the solution New Yorkers have been waiting for. While they can’t prepare and serve your food any faster, they can certainly make it simple and convenient to get your check when you want it, pay your bill, and be on your merry way.
Here is how it works:
- Download the MyCheck mobile payment app on your iPhone or Android.
- Choose one of the many participating restaurants, bars, and nightclubs on the list.
- Once you’ve chosen a venue, key in your password and receive a 4-digit number on your phone screen. Give this code to your waiter, waitress, or bartender.
- Eat, drink, and enjoy your evening out on the town!
- When you’re ready to leave simply press “PAY” on the app, select the items you wish to pay for, and enter in the payment amount, along with your tip. You can even split the bill evenly or select the items you want to pay for. Enter your password, authorize the transaction, sign your screen and you’re done! It’s that easy!
Dining out in NYC is a luxury and should be treated as such. Why should you waste valuable time in the evening by waiting for the check when you’re ready to go? Better yet, don’t you think that you should be able to see your bill at any point during the night?
MyCheck thinks you should! Already one of the hottest mobile payment apps in Israel with hundreds of participating locations, MyCheck is quickly becoming the easiest and most convenient way to pay. Visit the site online and be sure to download the app on your iPhone or Android for a complete list of participating venues.