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What are the ways one can use to redeem SAFRA$ rebates?

Hello everybody! Does anyone know how to redeem SAFRA$ rebates. I would love to heart from anyone who can help me to grasp the process.

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    There are a few ways you can use to redeem your SAFRA$ cash rebates, you can undergo an instant redemption by offsetting your purchases on the spot at six specific SAFRA Clubs and participating merchants island wide. Then you have the online redemption option to login to internet banking to offset your credit card bill or redeem for KrisFlyer miles. To qualify for up to 3% cash rebate you need to spend a minimum of $500 in a calendar month on your local Mastercard contactless transactions which may include bus/train rides via SimplyGo and 0.3% cash rebate on all other retail transactions.

    2019.08.01 3:36

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