You can get up to 10% petrol cashback via Setel with these credit cards

Setel has revealed that more credit cards are now offering petrol cashback for reload. The petrol ePayment provider is aware that users have been asking for this perk and now they can enjoy cashback up to 10% on selected cards.

The cashback feature is available immediately for qualified fuel cashback credit cards issued by Ambank, CIMB, Citi, Hong Leong Bank, RHB Bank and UOB.

Below is the full list of supported cards and their cashback offer:

AmBank CARz Card – up to 5% cashback
AmBank Islamic CARz Card-i – up to 5% cashback
AmBank True Visa Card – 3% cashback

CIMB Cash Rebate Platinum MasterCard – up to 5% cashback

Citi Cash Back Card – up to 10% cashback

Hong Leong
HLB WISE Credit Card – up to 8% cashback

RHB World Mastercard Credit Card/-i – up to 6% cashback
RHB Cash Back Credit Card/-i – up to 5% cashback

UOB One Visa Platinum – up to 5% cashback
UOB One Visa Classic – up to 5% cashback

According to Setel, more cards with cashback promo will be introduced soon. You can learn more about the Cashback promo and the terms & conditions here.

At the moment, the platform has crossed its one million users’ mark just a month after it expanded to Petronas stations nationwide. Setel CEO Iskandar Ezzahudin said that its daily order in February alone has shown an increase of 85% from the previous month, and it is an indication of Setel’s appeal to customers as the new retail-on-the-go convenience in Malaysia.

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With Setel, users can make cashless payments via the app and still earn Mesra points. This method of payment also helps in social distancing as there’s no longer a need to queue. On top of that, you can refuel immediately without fumbling over payment cards and entering pin number at the pump terminal. You can also redeem your current Mesra points for fuel purchase via the app.

For this week, the price of petrol is currently at RM1.38/litre for RON95 and RM1.68/litre for RON97. However, due to the Movement Control Order, Malaysians are still urged to stay at home and only to go out to buy food and necessities.

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Alexander Wong