Save More When You Shop on ‘Online Boost Day’
Boost to #KasiTambah more savings, cashback and rewards for online shopping and hotel stays
Kuala Lumpur, 7 August 2020 – Homegrown e-wallet Boost is having their biggest ‘Online Boost Day’ from 6th – 8th August. Users can enjoy up to 20% exclusive discounts on deals and vouchers from brands such as Starbucks, Lazada, Hermo, Cason (Tokyoninki), Vouk Hotel Penang, Vivatel KL, Kinta Riverfront Ipoh, Tanjung Inn Cherating, Berrykinn, Perromart, MPH Online, Oxwhite, Vettons, JOCOM and Createtec.
For a minimum spent of RM150 in a single transaction, Boost is giving up to 6 times (6X) in Boost Coins when users spend with local Boosted online merchant partners such as Potboy, PrestoMall, JOCOM, HappyFresh, Watsons Online, Jobbie Nut Butter. For the rest of the other partners like Malaysia Airlines, PichaEats, dahmakan, GSC Online, Poplook, MR. DIY, Lelong.my, Catch That Bus, Recommend.my, Senheng, users can still enjoy 2 times (2X) more in Boost Coins. In total, users can benefit up to RM100 in rewards whey they shop with Online Boost Day.
On top of that, users can also enjoy an Online Boost Day Surprise Shake worth RM5 credited straight in a random ‘Partner Wallet’ of the participating merchant partner.
A ‘Partner Wallet’ is a unique feature of Boost that was recently introduced to bring back repeated transactions to the business from their loyal customers. This helps ensure users don’t miss any savings and is especially useful for when users shop at their favourite or go-to places. Any cashback a user has in a Partner Wallet will be automatically deducted in the next transaction made at the respective merchant partner.
Mohd Khairil Abdullah, CEO of Boost said “Boost is excited to offer users more rewards and cashback as a way to incentivize spending across local online businesses, which will then directly impact the livelihoods of Malaysians positively. All while providing a cleaner, safer and contactless way to transact with e-wallets, catering to the evolving consumer shift in more online shopping as well as contributing towards the government’s economic recovery agenda.”