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5 Ways to Spend Your eBelia Credit Using ShopeePay

 Congratulations to those who have successfully claimed their RM150 eBelia credit through

ShopeePay! The additional RM500 worth of vouchers received is definitely an opportunity for

you to grab essentials to weather through the pandemic.

But what will you spend it on?

Here are five suggestions on how to spend your ShopeePay credit both online and offline, to

make the most of what you’ve got.

Youths are guaranteed to receive an extra RM500 worth of vouchers when they claim their RM150 eBelia credit with ShopeePay

1. Food for thought

ShopeePay is an accepted mobile wallet for any food and beverage outlet with a DuitNow QR

code. And better than that - after claiming your eBelia credit, use ShopeePay and receive RM5

cashback with a minimum spend of RM10 when you scan any other eWallet or Bank’s DuitNow

QR codes to pay.

At the same time, you can also order food from DeliverEat and KFC and pay with ShopeePay.

Ordering from KFC will allow you to claim RM4 cashback with a minimum spend of RM25.

You can also further stretch your Ringgit by buying ShopeePay Vouchers through Deals Near

Me. Deals Near Me is the mobile wallet’s recently launched online-to-offline (O2O) feature that

uses location-based services to help users discover ShopeePay Vouchers by nearby merchants,

offering further discounts, special prices, and cashback rewards when users redeem the

vouchers and complete their purchase using ShopeePay.

2. Books galore

ShopeePay is an acceptable mobile wallet at Borders and MPH Bookstores. There are currently

ShopeePay Vouchers for Borders on sale for as low as 10 sen, offering 40 percent cashback,

capped at RM4 with no minimum spend. These can be redeemed at seven participating outlets.

The Big Bad Wolf Books official store on Shopee is also a great place to spend your eBelia

credits on, with its extensive selection of books from a wide range of categories. Meanwhile,

youths buying books at any MPH bookstore or even their website can take advantage of

ShopeePay’s exclusive cashback of RM3 with a minimum spend of RM15.

3. Groceries for adulting

It’s not that easy being in college as grocery buying on a tight budget becomes a norm. Buy your

detergents, softeners, instant noodles and everything else at TMG Mart, Billion, TF Value-Mart

and MYDIN to get RM3 cashback with a minimum spend of RM15.

Or if you prefer, just sit back, relax and have the items delivered to you when you order your

groceries through MYDIN and Billion’s official store on Shopee. Checkout with ShopeePay to

make use of the RM500 worth of vouchers you have received, such as the Free Shipping and

Coins Cashback vouchers.

4. Spend some cash on yourself

Yes, it’s good to be the responsible one to spend the money on needful things, but it is okay to

address your wants every now and then as a form of self reward. As such, browse through

sporting goods equipment to keep you fit or health and beauty products to help you look and

feel your best on Shopee.

ShopeePay is also accepted by Al-Ikhsan Sporting Goods, L'Oréal and Mary Kay’s online stores.

For those who wish to use the credit to upgrade their wardrobes, TS Habibti and Tomaz are just

a few of the many online fashion webstores that accept payments using ShopeePay.

5. Pay it forward

While some would like to spend their eBelia cash on their own needs and wants, there may be

some who would like to take this opportunity to pay it forward to charity, crowdfunding and

social enterprises. For these, websites such as Simply Giving accept donations via ShopeePay.

Of course, it goes without saying that these are not the only ways you can spend your eBelia

credit. You could get a wireless charging stand to declutter your workspace, or a silent mouse to

help elevate your focus when preparing for your next big presentation.

However you choose to spend, spend wisely! For more information on eBelia with ShopeePay,

visit https://shopee.com.my/m/ebelia-claim. Terms and conditions apply.

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