10 January 2019 – Watsons has just announced that they are now accepting cashless payments using the Boost e-wallet. This will make it easier for Malaysian consumers to shop at Watsons.
Boost Cashless Payments At Watsons
The Boost e-wallet gets a big boost (pun intended) with this collaboration with Watsons, the world’s largest international health and beauty retailer. With more than 450 outlets across Malaysia, Watson’s acceptance of Boost payments will increase the e-wallet’s appeal.
“Watsons is extremely excited to be partnering up with Boost to provide our customers with the ease of walking into any of our Watsons outlets without having to worry about having physical cash when paying. Furthermore, Boost is also an available payment option when shopping at Watsons online store too.”said Caryn Loh, Managing Director of Watsons Malaysia.
“Boost has seen over five times (5X) growth in users since a year ago. The adoption rate is very encouraging and today we have over 3.5 million users in Malaysia who have chosen to go cashless with our e-wallet,” said Mohd Khairil Abdullah, Chief Executive Officer of Axiata Digital Services, parent company to Boost.
Watsons + Boost Chinese New Year Rewards
Boost and Watsons also jointly announced huge loyalty point rewards for customers during the upcoming Chinese New Year period.
From 15 January until 4 March 2019, customers who shop with Boost at Watsons outlets and online store will earn extra 8x Watsons points.
This reward comes on top of Boost’s signature Shake cashback reward that customers enjoy every time they pay with their e-wallet.
Get RM 5 Cashback
If that’s not enough, you can get RM 5 cashback with your first prepaid credit top-up. Just use this invitation code after you install your Boost e-wallet.
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