Following the exciting news last week that Grab is finally on ShopBack, Eatigo (which I have previously mentioned as one of the lesser known ways to save money in Singapore). For those of you who do not know about Eatigo, it is basically a booking platform for you to enjoy up to 50% off table reservations during 'off peak' dining periods - you still receive a discount during peak hours so there is really no reason not to use it.
For a limited time only (05 April 2017 to 11 April 2017), enjoy a S$5 Cashback with the fulfillment of each eligible reservation made via ShopBack (click HERE to sign-up and get S$5 credit free!). Do note that cashback is only valid for reservations made on ShopBack's Desktop, Mobile Site and App and not the Eatigo Mobile App.
For one week only - get 100% cashback (capped at S$10) for your first transaction made at Guardian with ShopBack GO!
Get S$9 cashback on all eligible Quandoo reservations made today - you can dine on a later date! Get 1,000 bonus loyalty points (worth S$15) with the unique promo code inside!
Earn up to S$43 bonus cashback with ShopBack GO when you use your OCBC Visa Card - this is on top of the 10% (average) cashback and miles that you will get!
You can now earn cashback from offline transactions (e.g. dining at physical restaurants) with ShopBack GO - simply link your credit card(s) and let the magic happen.
From now until 11:59PM on 29 May 2019, enjoy a 12% upsized cashback on hotel bookings made on Expedia - all you have to do is to go through ShopBack and you can withdraw that amount directly into your bank account (no fees involved!) once it has been successfully posted.
It goes without saying that I am a huge advocate for ShopBack - I have gotten more than S$3,000 worth of cashback from using it over the last couple of years and I have recently discovered ShopBack GO which allows you to earn cashback even when you dine out and pay with your credit card(s). I have recently relocated somewhere closer to the city and realised that Eatigo offers plenty of great dining discounts at restaurants that I typically frequent anyway.
Getting cashback for online purchases is not rocket science and ShopBack has truly made it extremely easy for users to get a proportion of their money back - I have been using this platform conscientiously over the years and have gotten cashback over S$3,000 (most of which are from travel bookings). ShopBack now allows you to earn cashback on physical (offline) transactions made at restaurants - this cashback (current sits at 5% for most stores) will then sit in your ShopBack account and you can then transfer it out to a bank account with no administrative charges once a minimum balance of S$10 is attained.
ShopBack is one of the best ways for a smart consumer (using the right credit cards) to get even smarter - it rewards you by sharing a proportion of incentive that they get through affiliate marketing. Airbnb is finally on the ShopBack platform and you will be rewarded with S$5 credit when you make an eligible booking on Airbnb via ShopBack. It is definitely worth remembering that you do not make the transaction on ShopBack as it simply redirects you to the actual site (Airbnb in this case) where you will make and complete the actual reservation.
You can easily save up to 10% off eligible hotel bookings made on Expedia with the right promo codes - these are available all year round and you can stack them with ShopBack to earn a lot of cashback (especially if you are planning to spend a bit on hotel stays). If you are currently holding a Mastercard, you will be eligible for a bonus 12% discount code for hotel stays when you book on Expedia. All bookings have to be made by 30 June 2018 and the stay must be consumed by 30 September 2018 (even though it seems to work for dates beyond that unofficially). ShopBack is also currently offering 9% cashback on hotel bookings made on Expedia so this is a great time to stack those two promotions up.
With the upcoming Grab-Uber merger on the horizon, there is no better time than now to revisit the best credit cards and platforms to use for Grab rides (especially with the recent introduction of new membership programs). This article aims to highlight a combination of promotions and offers that you can use to get most value out of your Grab rides in Singapore (even though some of them apply to rides taken overseas as well) and while it may not be exhaustive, it will definitely help you save more money on your Grab rides on the whole.