7th December 2020 - 4 min read
The year 2020 and the Covid-19 pandemic have brought a myriad of changes to our lifestyles, causing us to make many adjustments in our day-to-day lives as a result. With international travel not a possibility and restrictions on our movement still ongoing locally, we Malaysians have learned to realign our habits to centre around staying at home more often and explore experiences closer to us.
Besides taking care of our health and helping to flatten the curve, staying at home can be rewarding in other ways too. For example, the Citi PremierMiles Card is offering additional benefits that are sure to reward you as you undertake new lifestyle experiences in the new normal.
If you have not spent much time in the kitchen before, now is the perfect time to start. Preparing your own meals at home is not only safer in light of Covid-19, but it can also offer other benefits such as a more balanced diet too. On top of that, it is very easy nowadays to get groceries delivered right to your doorstep; just order online and avoid the crowds and queues at the supermarket.
With your Citi PremierMiles Card, you can get cashback on your online grocery orders from HappyFresh, Tesco, and Jaya Grocer. You are entitled to RM10 cashback with every minimum spend of RM200 up to eight times per calendar month. Therefore, depending on how much you spend on groceries, you can earn up to RM80 in cashback from online grocery orders in a month!
Are you currently working from home for the foreseeable future? Work productivity is highly dependent on having a conducive environment, so you should consider creating a home office or dedicated working space for yourself. You could also revamp the living areas to make it more comfortable for you and your loved ones as you spend more time at home. Lastly, enjoy some downtime with a new Netflix or Spotify subscription, too.
See to your home comfort needs and get rewarded with double PremierMiles for online transactions with Spotify, Netflix, Ikea, Harvey Norman, and Senheng. The Citi PremierMiles Card offers 2x PremierMiles for every RM3 on these online merchants – the same accelerated rate you’ll earn if you use the PremierMiles Card overseas. To top it off, there is no cap on the PremierMiles you can earn for these transactions.
One of the best parts about travelling abroad is experiencing various cuisines across different nationalities and cultures. Even when we are not travelling, our palettes still crave having something a little bit more adventurous once in a while. Depending on the Covid-19 situation where you are, dining out is still possible in safe, socially-distanced environments.
So, treat yourself and your tastebuds to 5-star international cuisines at top fine dining establishments in Malaysia and earn 10% cashback thanks to your Citi PremierMiles Card. You can enjoy this privilege at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Johor Bahru, the Four Seasons in Kuala Lumpur and Penang, the Majestic Melaka, and the Hilton, Mandarin Oriental, Ritz Carlton, Shangri-La, and Majestic hotels in Kuala Lumpur. Cardholders are entitled to up to RM20 worth of cashback per transaction.
These additional Citi PremierMiles Card benefits are valid until 31 December 2020. Of course, you are still entitled to the Citi PremierMiles Card’s main benefits: 1 PremierMile for every RM3 spent locally and 2 PremierMiles for every RM3 equivalent spent in foreign currencies and selected online travel merchants. You also get rewarded with 10,000 PremierMiles every year just by paying your annual fee.
And don’t forget – Citi PremierMiles never expire, so you can use them whenever you are ready! Moreover, Citi PremierMiles holders get 8x complimentary access to airports in nine different countries as well as free airport limo rides, which you can look forward to when international travel opens up again.
You can find out more about the rewards and benefits of the Citi PremierMiles Card here.
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