3 Mar - 2 min read
AmBank is currently running the UnionPay 15% Cashback campaign, which lets its UnionPay Platinum credit cardholders earn 15% cashback when they spend a minimum of RM30 on their cards at specific merchants. Starting from 1 March to 31 December 2021, the campaign’s minimum spend requirement must be fulfilled in a single transaction.
Open to both new and existing cardholders, no registration is required in order to participate in this campaign. You can tap into this promo when you perform any online retail transactions with any merchants. Aside from that, it is also applicable when you purchase from selected offline merchants, such as restaurants, grocery stores, and departmental outlets. With more than 50 merchants for you to shop from, some major participating brands include Jaya Grocer, Starbucks, JD Sports, AEON, and Family Mart.
Do note that every Ambank UnionPay Platinum cardholder is only allowed to win a maximum cashback of RM50 during each campaign month, which means that this campaign stops rewarding you when you’ve spent about RM333 in total for the month. Additionally, AmBank has earmarked an amount of RM24,400 for the campaign every month, and it will be disbursed to eligible cardholders on a first come first-served basis.
You can expect to receive your cashback within 12 weeks from the end of each campaign month, and it will be reflected in your statement.
To note, this UnionPay 15% Cashback campaign is actually an updated version of a previous cashback campaign by AmBank – which had ended on 28 February 2021. While it offered a similar reward of 15% cashback, the earlier version was limited only to Friday and weekend expenses.
To find out more about AmBank’s latest UnionPay 15% Cashback campaign, head on over to the bank’s website. You can also check out the full list of participating merchants there.
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