Let’s say that you have claimed your eBelia. By now, you should have known that you cannot cash out eBelia. The main question is what to buy with the given credits? Where can I spend eBelia Rahmah free credits? Where can I use my eBelia Rahmah?
Let’s get into it, specifically by going into each provider.
Where can I spend eBelia credit?
Spend eBelia using Setel
The Petronas-owned app, Setel, is offering users up to RM105 in cashback, although it requires a lot of spending for you to claim it.
It includes up to RM10 in retail cashback, up to RM25 for fuel spending, RM10 for Cafe Mesra spending, RM50 Petronas Shop spending, and a free RM10 credit for new Setel users that have registered from 26 June until 22 August 2023.
Aside from the cashback rewards, the app also has a lucky draw where two winners will be chosen to win two tickets for an undisclosed international concert in Singapore.
Last but not least, there are e-vouchers with a RM5 minimum spend for Setel’s 12 retail partners, including MBO, Mydin, DirectD, myNEWS, and others.
Spend eBelia using TnG eWallet
TnG eWallet is presenting vouchers worth up to RM550, in addition to the RM200 eBeliaRahmah credit.
These vouchers comprise cashbacks and discounts for a variety of retailers, ranging from F&B outlets, convenience stores, e-commerce platforms, streaming services, and telecom providers.
A key voucher provides a RM70 cashback on a minimum expenditure of RM78 on Maxis services, excluding bill payments and top-ups.
There’s also a 15% markdown for McDonald’s, a RM4 voucher for Starbucks, RM3 cashback for Burger King, and a 10% reduction for Foodpanda.
Spend eBelia using Boost
Boost is set to distribute rewards exceeding RM200 for eBeliaRahmah, with specifics about the exact vouchers still under wraps.
The listed partners hint at potential vouchers for Mydin, Lazada, Inside Scoop, Mr DIY, Switch, Agoda, Watsons, Viu, among other entities.