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Touch ‘n Go offers free eWallet reload pins worth RM4 million at Mid Valley and The Gardens

Image: Mid Valley Megamall

Touch ‘n Go eWallet is rapidly increasing its merchant touch points and they have announced a partnership with two of the largest shopping malls in the Klang Valley. To encourage more shoppers to go cashless, Touch ‘n Go is offering free eWallet credit and additional rewards for QR payments in Mid Valley Megamall and Gardens Malls starting tomorrow. 

In conjunction with the holiday season, TNG Digital is offering RM4 million worth of eWallet reload pins from 17 to 31 December 2018 on a first come first serve basis. Shoppers can get a RM10 Touch ‘n Go eWallet reload pin with no minimum purchase required at special booths located on Level 3, Mid Valley Megamall (near Tealive) and on Level 2 in The Gardens Mall (near Starbucks). This RM10 credit can be used immediately but it’s only for new Touch ‘n Go eWallet users. 

At the moment, Touch ‘n Go eWallet is supported at several retailers which include 4Fingers, Bath & Body Works, Boost Juice, Caring Pharmacy, Charles & Keith, Chillis, DOME Café, GNC, Haagen Dazs, Love & Co, Mou Tak Ding, MPH Bookstores, Pedro, Poh Kong, Popular Bookstore, Sacoor Brothers, Tealive, Tumi and Jaya Grocer. 

By working closely with partners including Mid Valley and The Gardens, they are aiming to grow their merchant list to 40,000 outlets in the coming month. TNG Digital aims to enable 80% of retail outlets in Mid Valley Megamall and The Gardens Mall with Touch ‘n Go eWallet in 2019. According to Touch ‘n Go, they are the fastest growing eWallet in Malaysia with 1.8 million registered users at the moment.

Apart from offering free RM10 reload pins, shoppers can enjoy special promotions which include RM2.50 per drink at Tealive, RM5 per ice cream scoop at Haagen-Dazs, RM5 for a small tub of frozen yoghurt at Llaollao and RM1 for a cup of Air Mata Kucing.  

SEE ALSO:  [Update] TNG RFID accepted at all PLUS and LPT2 highway toll plazas from 1st April

In case you missed it, the Touch ‘n Go eWallet app now supports auto-reload via credit card. On top of that, you can also link your physical TNG Card to the app and your toll payments at Duke Highway can be charged directly to your eWallet instead of your physical card balance. The Touch ‘n Go E-Wallet is available for both Android and iOS

Alexander Wong