Musang King for MYR8? Yes, you can with GrabPay Credits

#GrabDurian is back
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I’m sure you’ve noticed the flock of people at durian stalls lately. Oh wait, you’ve probably caught a whiff or two of the famous “King of Fruits” in the streets, in the lift or even in your Grab ride. Yes, it’s durian season again.

Since it’s the season in full force, the folks at Grab are bringing back their popular #GrabDurian campaign, now in its fourth year running, albeit in a slightly #NotSoLeceh way.

Now you’ll be able to pay for your durian endeavours with GrabPay Credits. So, yes, no cash needed.

As you know GrabPay previously only accepted debit or credit cards, but is now a full-fledged mobile wallet that lets you spend money to pay for a plethora of services. And whenever credit runs low, you can easily top-up via debit/credit card, online banking and also in-store at 7-Eleven outlets.

The great news is that you can now enjoy MYR15 off your durian bill on 21 July and 22 July 2018 when you pay with GrabPay Credits. This is valid from 2PM-10PM at all participating GrabDurian outlets in Klang Valley, Perak, Penang, Johor, Melaka, Sabah and Pahang.

And if you’re a Platinum and Gold Grab customer in Klang Valley, here’s another bonus. You can buy a Musang King at only MYR8 per fruit via GrabPay Credits. What you will need to do is redeem the exclusive discount from the GrabRewards catalogue – for only 500 points!

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The exclusive discount can be redeemed on GrabRewards on 18 July 2018 whilst the purchase of the fruit can be made on 21 July and 22 July 2018. Note that there’s limited fruits available, first come first served, naturally.

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You’ll need to select a date for durian collection and no change of date will be allowed. Collection will only be at Durian SS2, Petaling Jaya.

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The promo is limited 500 redemptions per day. Limited to one reward per customer.

Want to know how to use GrabPay, read this announcement post.

By the way, here’s the list of participating outlets:

Penang

  • Bao Sheng Durian Farm (Balik Pulau)
  • Ang Hock Leng Durian, Jalan Anson (George Town)

Perak

  • Seong Wong (Ipoh)

Melaka

  • Eco Do Bem (Bemban)

Johor

  • Durian King (Taman Sutera)
  • Ah Tong Durian (Taman Century)

Kuala Lumpur / Petaling Jaya

  • Chen Brothers Durian Stall (Kepong)
  • MK Durian Boys (Cheras)
  • Say Heng Durian USJ 14 (USJ)
  • Durian SS2 (SS2)

Pahang

  • Globalmax Trading (Kuantan)

Sabah

  • Durian Zai Enterprise Co (Kota Kinabalu)
  • Nizam Durian (Kota Kinabalu)

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