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How to win an iPhone 12 by using GrabPay Card

Users of Grab's digital-first prepaid card, GrabPay Card, have a chance to win a brand new iPhone 12 during the ongoing “GrabPay Card It and Win” challenge.

How to win an iPhone 12 by using GrabPay Card

For every transaction made using the card, users will earn GrabRewards points and earn up to 10 raffle entries to win a brand new phone. The challenge runs until the end of March.

To join, head over to the Grab app, click “More” on the home feed, scroll down to Challenges, and look for “GrabPay and Win!” to accept the challenge. Go to www.grab.com/ph/pay/grabpaycard for more information.

“Our consumers can get multiple raffle entries for more chances to win an iPhone 12. At the end of the month, we are raffling off 20 iPhone 12s,” said Erwin Yamsuan, country lead for Grab Financial Group Philippines.

The iPhone units will be raffled in two separate rounds. The first round of raffle will be for March 2-15 and the second round covers March 16-31.

According to Yamsuan, “since its launch last year, GrabPay Card has won much interest from local consumers as they find it convenient to use the card to pay for not just Grab services, but also in malls and restaurants.”

“Paying with the card can earn them GrabReward points, which in turn enable them to redeem from thousands of items.”

How to win an iPhone 12 by using GrabPay Card

Users can earn more rewards on all their online shopping transactions as well as exclusive perks such as a three-month free subscription to Spotify Premium for first-time Spotify premium users.

Powered by MasterCard, the GrabPay Card can be used for millions of online merchants worldwide, including online platforms such as Lazada and Shopee and online stores like MetroMart and Boozy.ph. Users can also link their GrabPay Card to their iOS App Store or Google Play.

Topics: Grab , digital-first prepaid card , GrabPay Card , “GrabPay Card It and Win” challenge
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