Grab Power Up Challenge October 2021
It’s the 15th again, and Grab Power Up Challenge for October 2021 has started. For the uninitiated, Grab has monthly Power Up Challenges where you top up, make a certain number of transactions, and spend the amount specified in the challenge to gain bonus points.
The challenge will last until 14th November or when spots within your tier are fully claimed, whichever comes first.
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Tap here on your phone to find out which tier you are on.
Nothing much has changed compared to August and September, but I noticed that some tiers have a different number of slots this month. Let me know if you have info on the other tiers.
As usual, both online and in-person payments qualify for both GrabPay and GrabPay QR card. Online payments using PayLater also qualify.
Everything else looks the same, so you may want to refer to the August and September post if this is something new to you.
Cards to top up Grab
Get 1.5% cashback on Grab top-ups with the Amex True Cashback Card.
New to Amex
3% cashback on first $5,000 of spend (Grab top ups get 1.5% instead)
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