19th September 2022 - 2 min read
Grab has once again partnered with Maybank to run its Bonanza Challenge, offering users the chance to win a total of 5,000 GrabRewards Points. Ongoing until 30 September 2022, the campaign requires you to first link your Maybank2u or MAE account to GrabPay as an auto top-up payment method, and then complete a total of ten auto reload transactions.
Open only to users who are linking their Maybank2u account to their GrabPay for the first time, you’ll need to top up a minimum of RM50 during each auto reload transaction via your linked bank account. This ultimately comes up to a total of RM500 (RM50 x 10 auto reload transactions). Once you’ve met all the requirements, you’ll then receive 5,000 GrabRewards Points.
If you’re eligible and would like to participate in the Challenge, you must first accept the Maybank Bonanza Challenge in your Grab app (found under “Challenges” in your Account page). After accepting the challenge, link your Maybank2u account to your GrabPay via the following steps:
Upon linking the accounts successfully, go ahead and activate auto top-up for GrabPay, then perform the required ten auto reload transactions! Remember, FPX transactions are not valid for this campaign; all top-up transactions must be performed automatically via a Maybank2u account linked to GrabPay.
Individuals who successfully complete the challenge will receive the promised GrabRewards Points within five working days. Note that the reward will be provided on a first-come first-served basis, with 1,750 units up for grabs throughout the entire challenge period. Also, the GrabRewards Points earned from the challenge do not count towards tier upgrade.
Finally, you can view your progress status for the Maybank-Grab Bonanza Challenge on your Grab app at any time. Just head on over to the Challenges tile in your Account page to do so.
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