Did you know you can use GrabPay to…
Get rewards while paying for almost everything in your daily life? In an age where most transactions can be made from just a simple tap, most of us rely on the Grab app like it’s our lifeline. From taking private rides to ordering food delivery, there’s no denying the app’s ever growing necessity in our lives, especially with the handiness of GrabRewards nowadays.
#GetToThePoints this 10.10
They say that whatever’s meant for you will eventually come back to you, so just as steadily as you spend, you’ll get a portion of it back in the form of GrabRewards Points. These points can be used to offset more rides and can even be converted to vouchers, movie tickets, and coveted items such as speakers, air purifiers, and more.
But you must be curious if there’s a quick way to earn the aforementioned, so let’s get to the point(s) since that’s what you clicked in for.
PSA to all you deal hunters out there — you can get up to 10% back in GrabRewards points when you check out and pay with GrabPay & PayLater this 10.10.
How does it work, exactly? Depending on your membership tier, you’ll earn up to 1.2% back on every transaction made using your GrabPay Wallet, and an additional 0.8% bonus when you use your GrabPay Card on special categories such as groceries, dining out, app purchases, and more.
Finally, the cherry on top: you will receive an additional 8% of your spend back when you make online purchases on 10 October itself. So this adds up to a total of 10% back on 10.10, compared to the regular rate of 2%.
|Pay with GrabPay Wallet (including GrabPay Card)
|Up to 1.2% back
|Pay with GrabPay Card on selected categories
|Extra 0.8% back
|Making online purchases on 10 Oct with GrabPay & PayLater
|Extra 8% back
|Total % back on 10 Oct
|Up to 10% back
All set to splurge with this tip in your 10.10 game plan? Here are some exclusive deals to help you maximise your GrabRewards points this sale season:
Chill with the best staycation deals
Many of us need a break now that the end of the year is coming. Flying out of Singapore is unlikely to happen anytime soon for most of us, so it’s time to bust out the next best thing — staycations.
Be it a light-hearted stay with family or a romantic weekend getaway with bae, you can get GrabRewards points when you pay with GrabPay on your well-deserved break from the hectic year, away from the stress of work. Turn your staycay into a stay-YAY by earning GrabRewards points plus an additional discount — S$70 off themed staycation packages when you book your staycay with Klook and checkout via GrabPay on 10.10 itself.
Go on an online shopping spree
First off, let’s set the premise here by remembering that you’ll be able to get Grab points on literally everything and anything you spend on — so now’s as good a time as any to be carting out those purchases.
And it’s not just a boost in points either — GrabPay is also rolling out some other discounts on 10.10 to tempt you into loosening your purse strings.
Go on a spree with GrabPay and receive $10 off your EzBuy purchase (min. spend $100), or refresh your wardrobe with an attractive 25% off ZALORA purchases that also comes with a 10% cashback (capped at S$30). Big spenders with ZALORA will also not want to miss out on an additional $10 off when you spend at least S$120 and checkout with GrabPay & PayLater.
With the work from home situation here to stay, we totally get it if you’re on the lookout for a Nintendo Switch to tide you through this period. Take advantage of the S$40 cashback on Qoo10 with a minimum of S$200 spent — be it stocking up on your soju stash, health supplements, or ready-to-eat meals for maximum convenience. This way, you’ll be able to chalk up both GrabRewards points and QMoney in what we call an absolute big brain move.
Given that you’re already going to cart out whatever’s been sitting in your cart for weeks now, it’s only smart to maximise both your savings (and GrabRewards points!) on this special 10.10 booster day.
As soon as you’ve racked up enough points, you can then utilise them by redeeming rewards ranging from vouchers to even Apple AirPods and Prism+ monitors. And you thought that reward systems were pointless (yes, pun intended).
Not only will you be getting up to 10% back in GrabRewards Points on 10.10, there are also increased rates to be enjoyed on other “special booster days” such as 11.11 and Black Friday. So bear this in mind for your future shopping hauls, and thank me later.
Fuel your Netflix and Spotify subscriptions
More than we’d like to admit, we’re mostly digital junkies who are addicted to the amazing library of media content available right at our fingertips. How many media subscriptions do we need, you ask? Too many.
Here’s a pro-tip: GrabPay can be used to pay for many of these absolutely essential media subscriptions such as Spotify, Disney+, and Netflix, and gives you a bonus 0.8% back in GrabRewards points when you make payment via your GrabPay Card.
So since you’re already paying some serious coin to watch Squid Game, Lucifer, or Midnight Mass, you might as well get something out of it aside from pure, edge-of-your-seat entertainment.
Get fit at the gym
If there’s anything Circuit Breaker has taught us, it’s that most of us harbour secret talents in baking sourdough bread and quick, fiery home workouts. Now that we Singaporeans are trying our very best to return to some form of normalcy, here’s something to keep in mind the next time you’re at the gym: you can receive an extra 0.8% back when you pay for your gym memberships with your GrabPay Card too.
Gains won’t be the only thing you’d be getting from your memberships — if you need some supplements to help bulk up more quickly, head over to NutriFirst and enjoy up to 20% off (min. spend S$100), as well as an additional 10% (capped at S$40) when checking out with GrabPay on 10 Oct.
Ready to earn 10% of your spend back in GrabRewards points on 10.10? Browse GrabPay’s catalogue of deals here now!
*This post was brought to you in collaboration with Grab.
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