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M’sian Utilizes GrabPay Points & Only Has To Pay RM800 For iPhone 14 Pro Max

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Source: Facebook/黄志耀

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Malaysians always love a good deal. With the emergence of electronic wallets and online shopping applications, we get to earn points and then redeem rewards. For those of you who use Grab, have you ever realised how many points you have saved by purchasing GrabFood or calling GrabCar?

Recently, a Facebook user, 黄志耀, shared how he utilises his Grabpay points and only has to pay around RM883 for the new iPhone 14 Pro Max. In the screenshot he posted, he has 893,590 points, which allows him to save up to RM5,145.70.

Since the price of iPhone 14 Pro Max is RM6,299, after redeeming the points, he only has to pay RM883.30. While some netizens wonder how long did it take for him to save up that many points, others comment that sometimes you will earn extra points during campaigns or when you are a platinum user.

The post attracted more than 2k likes and 2k shares. There is even a Facebook user Jefferson Law, who showed in a screenshot under the comment section that he has more than a 1.5million GrabReward Points.

Many netizens also jokingly said that they should start saving GrabReward Points for an iPhone next year.

 

Also read: “I didn’t pay a single cent” This M’sian Shares How She Managed To Redeem a Longchamp Bag FOC!

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