MTR Malls will continue its HK$20 million e-coupon giveaway campaign for registered users on the railway corporation’s mobile app, by giving them the chance to win digital coupons worth up to HK$600 as part of its Click & Grab initiative. Users can claim their coupons on a first-come-first-served basis from 12pm-4pm on May 17.

There are a total of 40,000 coupons – 30,000 worth HK$500 and 10,000 worth HK$100 – available to users to spend on beauty and fashion products by June 30. To claim the vouchers, users must:

  1. Tap the “Promotions” tab on the MTR mobile app
  2. “Under MTR Malls” section, tap “Click & Grab”
  3. Tap “Collect Now”
Registered MTR mobile app users should tap on the Click & Grab promotion to qualify for the e-coupon giveaway.
Registered MTR mobile app users should tap on the Click & Grab promotion to qualify for the e-coupon giveaway (© MTR)

Once a user has successfully claimed their coupons, they can access them in the “My Reward” section of their MTR mobile app within 24 hours.

MTR Malls distributed the first 40,000 coupons of its Click & Grab campaign on May 10. The final phase of the initiative will begin at 12pm on May 24, when each registered MTR mobile app user can claim one of 40,000 HK$100 e-coupons to spend on designated retail products.

Each user can win a maximum of one coupon per category. There is also a minimum-spend requirement for each coupon: Winners can redeem their HK$500 coupons upon spending at least HK$2,000, and their HK$100 coupons after spending a minimum of HK$500.

The e-coupons can be used at the following MTR Malls: Telford Plaza, Maritime Square, PopCorn, The LOHAS, Paradise Mall, Luk Yeung Galleria, The Lane, Citylink, Plaza Ascot, Ocean Walk, Sun Tuen Mun Shopping Centre, and Hanford Plaza.

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From the Middle East to the Far East and a couple of places in between, Anjali has lived in no fewer than seven cities in Asia, and has travelled extensively in the region. She worked as a lifestyle journalist in India before coming to Hong Kong, where her favourite thing to do is island-hopping with her daughter. You can check out her musings on motherhood, courtesy her Instagram profile.

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