20 Jan - 3 min read
Maybank is currently running the StayHomeLokal 2.0 Online Order campaign, which provides customers with an RM10 discount when they make online purchases from selected merchants on the Sama-Sama Lokal platform. This is on top of another RM10 rebate that they can get on the delivery fee.
The ongoing campaign, which is slated to end on 24 January, is open to all active Maybank2u and MAE customers who are registered to use the Scan & Pay function. To qualify for RM10 off your Sama-Sama Lokal order, you will need to make a minimum purchase of RM30. Note that the discount is only applicable for purchases made from specific vendors listed under the following categories, so be sure to check before putting in your orders:
Additionally, you’ll need to pay for your purchases via MAE or online bank transfers (through the Maybank2u app or web) to be eligible for the discount. To redeem your rebate, remember to key in the promo code (STAYHOME) when paying for your purchases, after which the rebate will be applied immediately to the checkout total.
You’ll also be happy to know that each Maybank customer is entitled to two separate redemptions of the promo code, so you can earn a total of RM20 rebate throughout the campaign period. Note, though, that the deal is provided on a first-come first-served basis, limited only to the first 2,500 users.
Meanwhile, the other RM10 discount for delivery fees is automatically applied for the delivery of each Sama-Sama Lokal order made via this campaign – you do not need to key in any promo codes to redeem it. If the delivery fee for your purchase exceeds RM10, however, you will be required to cover the remaining amount.
Maybank’s StayHomeLokal 2.0 Online Order campaign is currently available to customers in Selangor, Penang, Johor, Melaka, Sabah, Kuala Lumpur, and Putrajaya – which were the first states to be placed back under MCO before the remaining states (except for Sarawak) followed suit. Customers in Sabah should also note that they are not eligible for the RM10 discount on delivery fees as they are only allowed to pick up their purchases.
The Maybank’s Sama-Sama Lokal platform was launched last year in an effort to help small businesses that are facing difficulties amidst the movement control order (MCO). It intends to help local businesses gain the visibility that they need, especially those that are less tech savvy.
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