Pump and win RM5000 cash with Shell and BonusLink

Stand a chance to win RM5,000 cash and more with Shell and BonusLink

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Leading fuel retailers Shell Malaysia Trading Sdn Bhd and partners BonusLink has kickstarted yet another exciting consumer campaign for local customers called “Menang RM5,000 Hari-Hari”.

Launched earlier this week at the Shell Kota Damansara Seksyen 6 station, the campaign will reward lucky consumers with RM5,000 cash prizes and more. The campaign runs until 7 January 2018 and is opened exclusively to BonusLink Card holders who refuel at participating Shell stations nationwide.

To enter, simply swipe your registered BonusLink Card with every minimum fuel purchase worth RM30 (petrol or diesel) at participating Shell stations nationwide. Each act counts as one entry.

BonusLink will select one winner a day to receive the RM5,000 cash prize, and up to 92 winners will be selected throughout the campaign’s running period. Additionally, contest winners will also be rewarded with 50,000 BonusLink Points if they swipe their cards at another BonusLink partner outlet within the same calendar month too.

Shairan Huzani Husain, Shell Malaysia Trading Sdn Bhd’s Managing Director said, “Customers are at the heart of everything we do, and our mission is to make life journeys better. The Menang RM5,000 Hari-Hari contest is one way to reward our customers, and help them to end the year on a high note.”

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Victor Goon, BonusLink’s General Manader added, “This is another exciting campaign with Shell, aimed squarely at our Members, giving them a chance to win cash and BonusLink Points. It ties in very well with our slogan ‘Everyday’s a Bonus’ because there are daily prizes up for grabs throughout the campaign.”

For a list of daily winners, and for more information on the “Menang RM5,000 Hari-Hari” campaign, visit www.shell.com.my/LebihEkstra. Additionally, visit www.bonuslink.com.my for a full list of BonusLink Partners outlets.

Author: TopGear
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