14 Jun - 2 min read
GrabPay has an ongoing deal that offers users up to RM10 rebates on supermarket and mini-market expenditure. Running for the month of June 2021, there are two separate campaigns that offer either RM5 or RM10 rewards for selected grocery expenditures – and brand-new GrabPay users get an additional RM10 rebate on top of these deals, too.
Spend a minimum of RM30 in a single receipt via GrabPay at participating stores to instantly receive RM5 rebate under “My Rewards”. You can check the full list of participating merchants on the Grab website, but for the Klang Valley this deal is applicable at KK Mart, TMG Mart, and TF Value-Mart.
Each Grab user is allowed to claim 5x redemptions of this deal throughout the campaign period. This RM5 rebate offer is limited to 30,000 transactions for the whole campaign and will be given out on a first-come, first-served basis.
Spend a minimum of RM80 in a single receipt via GrabPay at participating stores to instantly receive the RM10 rebate. This RM10 rebate deal has a higher number of participating merchants, and these include:
Each user can make up to 3x redemptions for this RM10 rebate. The offer is limited to 30,000 redemptions throughout the campaign period and the rebates are given out on a first-come, first-served basis.
In addition to the above deals, first-time users of the GrabPay Wallet are eligible for an additional RM10 rebate with a minimum spend of RM30 or RM80 in a single receipt. This offer is valid for one redemption per user throughout the campaign period.
The “RM10 rebate (min spend RM30)” offer is limited to 2,000 redemptions, whereas the “RM10 rebate (min spend RM80)” offer is limited to 3,000 redemptions. As per the norm, this offer operates on a first-come, first-served basis.
You can refer to the Grab website for more details on these GrabPay deals.
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