Standard Chartered is now offering a year-long deal that lets you earn Grab merchant and GrabFood vouchers when you top up your GrabPay e-wallet or spend on GrabFood with selected cards. Ongoing until 31 December, these vouchers will help you save more than RM200 in total!
Cardholders using Standard Chartered’s Priority Banking Visa Infinite, WorldMiles World Mastercard, JustOne Platinum, Visa Platinum, Smart Credit Card, or Liverpool FC Cashback will be able to tap into the following two promos:
Top Up GrabPay E-Wallet And Earn RM10 Grab Merchant Vouchers
This deal allows cardholders who top up their GrabPay e-wallet with a minimum of RM200 to earn Grab merchant vouchers worth RM10. Open to both new and existing Grab users, each customer is entitled to one voucher per month.
Note that Standard Chartered has earmarked a total of RM360,000 for this particular promo, which comes up to an allocation of RM30,000 for each campaign month. This means that there are only 3,000 vouchers up for grabs each month, provided on a first-come first-served basis, so be quick!
Spend On GrabFood And Earn RM8 GrabFood Vouchers
You can also earn RM8 GrabFood vouchers when you spend a minimum of RM50 on Grabfood with the selected credit cards (excluding delivery). Available for both new and existing Grab users as well, this deal is more generous; you are allowed to make two redemptions each month, provided on a first-come first-served basis.
That said, only 1,750 vouchers will be distributed every campaign month, so you’ll have to hurry as well if you want these! In total, Standard Chartered has set aside RM168,000 for this promotion, which comes up to an allocation of RM14,000 per campaign month.
In case you were wondering, this Grab campaign from Standard Chartered is actually an updated version of a Grab promo that was previously offered back in 2020. In the earlier edition, Standard Chartered had provided vouchers of varying values for three types of expenses: GrabPay top-ups, GrabFood purchases, and Grab rides.
You can find out more about this latest year-long Grab deal from Standard Chartered on the bank’s official website.