13 May - 2 min read
Public Bank is running an eWallet Top Up with PB Visa Credit Cards campaign to reward Visa credit cardmembers with RM18 cashback when they reload a specified amount into their GrabPay e-wallet or Touch ’n Go (TNG) eWallet. Running from 15 May until 15 July 2022, this campaign is open to all principal Public Bank and Public Islamic Bank Visa credit cardmembers.
This offer allows you to earn RM18 cashback when you use your Visa credit card to top up your GrabPay or TNG eWallet with a minimum cumulative of RM500 per month. Offered on a first-come, first-served basis, you are allowed to enjoy the cashback reward once per month as per the following schedule:
|Month 1||15 May – 15 June 2022|
|Month 2||16 June – 15 July 2022|
Note that only manual top-up transactions using Visa credit cards are allowed for this campaign. Auto reloads do not qualify for this offer.
Public Bank has allocated a total of RM60,000 for the entire campaign, with RM30,000 earmarked for each campaign month. If you do get any cashback reward, it will be credited into your account within five to eight weeks after the end of the campaign period. The payment will also be reflected in your credit card statement.
If you wish to enrol in the campaign, go ahead and send an SMS (PBIT<space>16-digit Principal Visa credit card number) to 66300 to register your participation. Additionally, if you have more than one Public Bank Visa credit card, you are required to register only one credit card number; your reloads for GrabPay or TNG eWallet using all other cards will be automatically tracked for the campaign.
To note, Public Bank had revised the benefits of its credit cards to exclude e-wallet reloads from earning cashback or cash rebates, effective February 2022. However, this campaign will temporarily allow its Visa credit cardmembers to earn cashback during the offer period.
(Source: Public Bank)
Subscribe to our exclusive weekly newsletter and we’ll bring you the week’s highlights of financial news, expert tips, guides, and the latest credit card and e-wallet deals.
Stay tuned for what’s to come next in the personal finance world