Purchase 10,000 GrabRewards Points for S$10 - 31 May to 6 June 2019 Only

As part of The Grab Singapore Sale (GSS), Grab is offering the opportunity to snag up a few bargains on Fridays over the next couple of weeks. As part of the second weekly sale, Grab is currently offering all members the opportunity to purchase 10,000 GrabReward Points for just S$10.

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Pay S$5 for S$10 Grab Code on Fuzzie - Get An Additional S$3.10 Cashback (up to 81% Off!)

Your eyes are not playing tricks on you - you can now purchase a S$10 Grab Code (yes, a promo code that will give you S$10 off your next Grab ride) for only S$5 if you are new to Fuzzie - all you have to do is to enter 'mark9132' to get S$5 instantly (you will be able to use this on your first order). Additionally, you will also be able to get 31% cashback on this transaction - that's S$3.10 - so you are effectively paying only S$1.90 for a S$10 Grab Code (81% off)!

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Grab to Add Four New Services to App - Hotel Booking, Video Streaming, Ticketing and Trip Planning

While the rest of Singapore is excited over the brand new KrisFlyer UOB Credit Card (which offers a stunning 3 KrisFlyer miles per dollar on dining and other categories), Grab has announced and introduced four new service tiles to the Grab app to cater to Southeast Asians’ everyday needs. You will notice that some of these tiles are already available on your app but some of the functionalities are only expected to roll out in coming months.

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Multi-Stop Rides with Grab's Flat-fare Ride Pass - Was That the Real Reason the Subscription Was Pulled?

Last week, I wrote a short guide about Grab's two new subscription passes - the Flat-fare Ride Pass and the Short Commute Pass. If you are curious to know more about these subscriptions and would like to know which one suits you better, check out my cheat sheet to find out. Grab pulled the Flat-fare Ride Pass shortly after that, claiming that it was 'sold out' but honestly, how do you introduce something like that and have them sell out after a few days. While I personally did not subscribe to any one of these monthly passes, I recently found out that the Flat-fare Ride Pass vouchers can be exploited which leads me to believe that that could actually be one of the factors that led to the decision to pull the subscription from the platform.

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