21st April 2022 - 3 min read
Hari Raya is just around the corner, and with the nation having had subdued celebrations in the past two years due to Covid-19, most Malaysians are certainly excited to balik kampung for the occasion! Aside from being an opportunity to reunite with family members, this is also a chance to partake in raya traditions once again, including the giving and receiving of duit raya.
In line with this, several banks are now providing brand-new notes to customers for Hari Raya via their automated teller machines (ATMs). If you’re in need of some, here are a few banks that you can visit:
Get your RM10 and RM50 raya notes at numerous Affin Bank ATMs nationwide from today onwards instead of queueing at bank counters. The withdrawal limit is set at RM5,000 per day, but do be aware that this cap is also subject to your card’s withdrawal limit and the availability of the notes in the ATMs. Here’s the full list of the ATMs that are offering this service.
AmBank customers will also be able to obtain RM10 raya notes from the bank’s ATMs, available for withdrawal at selected locations nationwide. While the bank did not share if there are any daily withdrawal cap, it is safe to assume that you will also be limited by your card’s withdrawal limit and the availability of notes. Head on over to these locations to get your notes from AmBank ATMs if you need them!
Similarly, Maybank customers will also be able to obtain raya notes at a total of 70 selected Maybank ATMs nationwide, provided in the denomination of RM10 and RM50. Available from today until 4 May 2022, note that some Maybank ATMs will only dispense specific denominations, so you may want to check Maybank’s list here before heading out. For instance, if you’re withdrawing from the ATM at Puchong Jaya, only RM10 notes will be dispensed.
Aside from that, you can also expect to be restricted by the withdrawal limit of your card and the availability of notes in the machines.
If you’re unable to travel back to your hometown for any reasons, consider sending e-duit raya to your family members and friends instead! You can do so from various e-wallets, in addition to mobile banking apps – with many even letting you send customised Hari Raya greetings. After all, the purpose of giving duit raya is really just to spread joy during this occasion, regardless of whether you’re doing it via an actual green packet or online transfer!
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