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Where are the UOB Smart$ rebate programme participating merchants outlets?

Can someone mention the participating outlets and their attractions/benefits if any, I hear SMART$ rebates on-the-spot at participating outlets all year round and works just like regular dollars, i.e 1 SMART$ being equivalent to S$1.

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    Hi! I will like to mention Pasarbella, were you can enjoy 1% rebate at participating tenants. PasarBella is a permanent market that opens daily from between 9:30am to 7:00pm, located at The Grandstand, PasarBella is the first multi-sensory grocery shopping destination in Singapore. Participating outlets include the Oceans of Seafood, The 1872 Clipper Tea Co, The Cheese Ark, The Great Beer Experiment, the Hard Rock Café whcich offers a 3% rebate valid at Hard Rock Café outlets in Singapore, Bread Society offers a 3% rebate valid at all Bread Society outlets in Singapore, and BreadTalk Café which offers a 3% rebate Valid at all BreadTalk outlets in Singapore.

    2019.08.01 6:16

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