PayLah! stamp cards
The premise is simple; earn stamps when you use PayLah! as your payment mode, and collect a set number of stamps to get instant cashback credited right back into your account. After launching the first round of hawker promos in the Central and West regions, DBS PayLah! now has some promos for hawker stalls in North, East and North-Eastern Singapore.
Here’s how you can earn up to $6 cashback in as little as 3 restaurant transactions, or $1 cashback for just 2 hawker meals:
Get cashback at hawker stalls in the North, East & North-East
Image credit: Eatbook
Us Singaporeans love our hawker centre meals, be it a quick and fuss-free dabao-ed lunch or a proper feast with friends and family that won’t break the bank. Hawker food is already known to be cheap and good, but this PayLah! stamp cards perk is going to offset your expenditure even more.
From now till 31st May 2022, use PayLah! at selected hawker stalls in the North, East and North-East regions. You’ll earn 1 stamp for each transaction of minimum $3, and after collecting just 2 stamps, your stamp card will be completed and boom – you’ll get a sweet $1 instant cashback credited to your PayLah! account.
You can even collect stamps from selected market stalls, such as the butcher, florist, and frozen marts. Participating stalls can be found at hawker centres in Ang Mo Kio, Bedok, Serangoon, Yishun, and loads more other neighbourhoods. When in doubt, check out the full list of participating hawker stalls so you can plan your hawker runs ahead of time.
Note: The $1 cashback reward is limited to 2 completed stamp cards redemption per user.
Score $6 cashback on your 3rd transaction at various restaurants
Besides hawker centres, PayLah! stamp cards can also be used at casual dining and fast food restaurants. From now till 30th April 2022, spend a minimum of $10 per transaction with PayLah! at selected F&B partners to earn 1 stamp. Once you collect 3 stamps, you’ll score a cashback reward of $6 that’ll be credited instantly to PayLah! account.
Image adapted from: @pho_street, Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert
Collect your stamps while indulging in authentic Vietnamese cuisine from Pho Street, cha chaan teng-style wanton noodles and sweet treats from Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert, and sinfully deep-fried goodies from Texas Chicken, including their newly launched sambal chicken that’s coated in a spicy and sedap sambal glaze.
Note: The $6 cashback reward is limited to 1 completed stamp card redemption per user.
Download DBS PayLah! & start collecting stamps for rewards
The above partner merchants are just the tip of the iceberg. In due time, you can expect DBS PayLah! stamp cards for other F&B merchants, as well as other areas of expenditure like transport and entertainment. That means you’ll be able to score cashback rewards for things you’re already spending money on, just by paying with PayLah!.
Rewards aside, we all know the struggle of having a cluttered phone with way too many apps downloaded. Besides sapping your phone of precious memory space, it can also be a hassle swiping back and forth just to find the app you need.
DBS PayLah! is designed for those looking to get as much done with a single app as possible. Once you open it up, you have a suite of functions at your fingertips – be it making cashless payment at thousands of merchants, transferring money to your friends after a meal, or even ordering KFC or Pizza Hut delivery and booking a ride from Gojek or ComfortDelGro.
Shopaholics will be glad to know that the app is also linked to VivoCity Rewards and CapitaStar. This means you can rack up shopping and dining rewards at VivoCity and CapitaLand malls respectively – without having to download additional apps.
If you’re not already convinced, register for DBS PayLah! now using the promo code <FIVELAH> and you’ll get $5 loaded into your account – easy as that.
Start collecting PayLah! stamps when you dine at your favourite restaurants and hawker centres, and you’ll be on your way to cashback rewards in as little as 2 transactions. They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but this is akin to getting free money for eating your lunch!
This post was brought to you by DBS.
Photography by Brad Lee.
Cover image adapted from: @pho_street, Eatbook