Cheaper Cabs and Groceries? FairPrice and Grab launched Discounts and Rebates subscription programme

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A collaboration between NTUC FairPrice and Grab together launched a new subscription programme which aims to offer discounts and rabates for subscribers.

From left to right, Grab Group CEO and co-founder Anthony Tan, NTUC secretary general Chan Chun Sing, and NTUC Fairprice CEO Seah Kian Peng posing at the launch event of Score subscription programme.

The Score programme offers their members a 5 percent rabate on Fairprice supermarket purchases, and a 20 percent discount on Grab rides which is capped at $4 per trip and 30 redemptions per month.

The subscription programme cost $49.99 per year, but members can enjoy a lowered fee of $29.99 for their first year.

A special sign-up promotion at the rate of $18 will also be available from now until 18 may 2018, encouraging early bird sign-ups.

They have clarified on the higher fee after the first year, saying that more partners are lined up to join the programme, and members can expect better benefits and services down the road.

A survey was conducted on 1,000 Plus consumers loyalty rewards programme members, between the ages of 20 and 20, found that transport and groceries were the top two services their respondents wanted more benefits from.

NTUC FairPrice CEO Seah Kian Peng said: “Progressively, SCORE will be further developed as we collaborate with other industry leaders to provide a comprehensive service with different offerings to complement the customers’ lifestyle.”

Grab Group CEO and co-founder Anthony Tan said: “Both FairPrice and Grab were founded to deliver sustainable social impact, and SCORE is a perfect embodiment of the double bottom line approach that is core to both organisations, in that it is a win-win-win for FairPrice, Grab, and our customers.”

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