Who Wants Cashback? You Can Get It At These 7 Malls
Shopping doesn’t always have to burn a hole in your wallet, especially when you can earn cashback for your everyday spending
Shoppers have more reasons to visit their favourite CapitaLand malls in Malaysia during the nationwide Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) period. With a minimum spend of RM50 in a single receipt, shoppers can now be rewarded with Cash Back STARVouchers through a month-long Cash Back Now marketing campaign.
From 24 July to 23 August 2020, shoppers who spend a minimum of RM50 in a single receipt at any of the seven CapitaLand malls across Malaysia will be rewarded with a Cash Back STARVoucher worth RM5. With an exciting range of fashion, beauty, food and beverage and lifestyle offerings, shoppers will be spoilt for choice when they purchase their daily essentials, apparel, health and beauty products, IT gadgets as well as dine-in at or take-away their favourite meals from the seven CapitaLand malls in Malaysia.
“Wow! So, what do I have to do to earn cashback after I shop?”
Easy! Just become a CapitaStar member by downloading the CapitaStar Mobile App and sign up instantly for free. Remember to use the sign-up promo code “CSM100” to earn 100 STAR$ immediately upon sign up.
All members have to do is to upload receipts to earn ‘STAR$’ points, and you will automatically receive the CashBack STARVoucher under the Vouchers tab on the app.
Here's how to do it:
Still unsure of what you have to do? Watch this video below for more information.
After that, you can go on a shopping spree at any of the 380 and more participating outlets to spend the CashBack STARVouchers that you have accumulated before 6 September 2020!
Just look for this sticker on the floor at each outlet to see if you can use your vouchers there.
A grand total of RM350,000 worth of cashback is up for grabs, with one member limited to 4 CashBack STARVouchers totalling RM20 throughout this campaign
Now, you can reach for that item on your wishlist that you’ve been wanting to splurge on. :p
This waterfront mall has everything you need, from luxury goods to everyday groceries! Widely recognised as the leading premier lifestyle shopping mall in the Northern region, Gurney Plaza is your preferred destination for shopping, dining and entertainment under one roof.
Queensbay Mall is impressively the largest waterfront shopping mall in Penang, boasting a view of Jerejak Island. It has many brands and shops within its building, making it perfect for those who want to spend time with family in the mall after enjoying the view by the sea. Also, keep an eye out for their festive decorations every year!
Enjoy dining and gourmet shopping at this lifestyle neighbourhood destination strategically located, with a mix of local and international brands in the heart of Petaling Jaya.
Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle, the 11-storey Sungei Wang is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most instantly recognisable shopping centres. It is well-known as a one-stop shopping centre ‘for all kinds of everything’ and its unique blend of specialty stores.
The Mines is a modern mall built around a canal, with fashion, IT shops, and a plethora of restaurants. This mall is easily accessible from all corners of the Klang Valley, providing a one-stop shopping experience .
It's like taking a trip to Venice, but on a budget.
A lifestyle shopping haven featuring a thoughtfully curated mix of international and local brands, Melawati Mall also offers entertainment, home and lifestyle brands, as well as dining options to shoppers who are looking to enjoy city shopping at their doorstep.
Shop to your heart's content at East Coast Mall, a modern family lifestyle mall offering an established mix of local and international brands strategically located in the heart of Kuantan city centre in Pahang.
Ready to enjoy cashbacks with CapitaLand? Visit this website to find out about the 380 and more participating outlets, as well as other announcements.
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