This ShopBack Tic Tac Toe Game Earns You $10 For Every 3 In A Row Completed

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Cashback with ShopBack Tic-Tac-GO!

 

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The innate calling and ability to snag great deals is something that's wired into our DNA as Singaporeans. Whenever opportunities for cash savings, there we'll magically be.

If you consider yourself to be an expert deal hunter, you're probably familiar with ShopBack - a one-stop portal for you to earn cash back on your many online retail escapades. Here's where it gets good. From now till 17th May 2019, ShopBack is bringing all UOB Visa cardholders a slew of exclusive opportunities for them to spend and get cashbacks of up to $80.

 

How to kickstart getting your cash back

 

If this concept is entirely new to you, your cash saving journey with ShopBack starts with an immediate free $10 cashback when you simply download the app and register as a member with the code “TICTACGO”. You can then unlock an additional $2 cashback when you link your card to the app.

 

How the game works

 

After you’re all linked up and raring to go, you can start playing your way to cashback success. The ongoing promo offers a total of 9 categories for you to shop from and 8 different ways to get money back.

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Whether it’s stocking up on your daily essentials from Sephora or getting yourself that Nintendo Switch from Lazada, shopping from our phones is something we’re all accustomed to. The next time you’re about to make a mobile app purchase, open the ShopBack app, tap through to your desired shopping platform, then make your purchase through the app instead.

If your payments fall into any three of these categories and strike out a row vertically, horizontally or diagonally - just like the Tic-Tac-Toe game we know and love so well - you get a $10 cashback!

 

Here’s how I got my $10 cashback

 

Step 1: Ordered food in for lunch

 

Sometimes all we want is to be a sloth indoors and have our food served to us, without taking a step outside.

Shopback food ordering

Being guilty of this, food deliveries were my saving grace. I accessed ShopBack and tapped through to one of the many participating delivery services, in this case, Deliveroo. I ordered my hump day lunch of pizza, and just like magic, I officially crossed one thing off the Tic-Tac-GO! grid.

 

Step 2: Had dinner at a participating restaurant

 

With a catch-up sesh with ex-schoolmates on my dinner agenda, I scrolled through the list of participating eateries and opted for Bangkok Jam at Bugis for some comforting Thai food. Once I activated my selection, the total cashback amount in my ShopBack account grew.

2 down, 1 to go!

 

Step 3: Stocked up on my beauty go-tos

 

In search of a new lippie, I scrolled through Sephora, Guardian and iHerb - all participating ShopBack merchants - on the app before deciding on the Fenty Beauty Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer.

Cosmetics accessoriesPurchasing this gave me a 5% cashback on my spending and brought me a step closer to my $10 reward

Cashback Tic Tac GoImage adapted from: ShopBack  

And just like that, I managed to strike out 3 Tic-Tac-GO! grids in a single day - finally unlocking my well-deserved $10 cashback!

 

Get up to $80 cashback with ShopBack Tic-Tac-GO!

 

Cashback with ShopBack

You’re most likely already making some of your purchases from the qualifying stores, whether it’s Klook for all your upcoming travel needs or ASOS for fashion necessities. So why not shop smarter by making these payments through the ShopBack app - it’s an easy lifehack to help you save more money.

From now till 17th May 2019, your shopping combinations will pay off even more with ShopBack’s Tic-Tac-GO!. Time to unleash your inner shopaholic and go HAM on all 8 combinations to score a total of $80 cashback on all your combined purchases. 

Find out more about ShopBack’s Tic Tac Go here


This post is brought to you by ShopBack.
Photography by Adria Tham & Heng Wei Shin.

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