"Beat the Petrol Price Rise Competition" results announced
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The announcement of the petrol price hike has crushed the spirits of many Malaysians at the prospect of the many rising expenses. So we at RinggitPlus.com came up with a contest to keep the fighting spirit going with the “Beat the Petrol Price Rise Competition” that was held in early September 2013. In order to win, you had to apply for a petrol cash back credit card through our site.

The winners were randomly chosen and on October 3rd we finally announced our winners and they are:

  • Grand prize winner of an iPad Mini: Shubhashini Manikkandhan
  • 4 Consolation prize winners of RM100 to spend on petrol: Azie Ishak; Grace Wong; Ahmad Syihan Atfi bin Khalid; Peter Leong.

All the winners have been duly contacted and are in line to receive their prizes. Congratulations and thank you to everyone who participated! Keep following RinggitPlus.com for more chances to win special prizes from us!

 

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