The RM200 eBeliaRahmah credit is now live on Touch 'n Go eWallet, Boost & Setel, which one should you choose?


Today, the eBeliaRahmah has finally begun and to refresh your memory, the RM200 redemption can be claimed from your Touch 'n Go eWallet, Boost and Setel (oddly, Grab is not present). Besides the RM200 redemption, there are also other promos that you can get such as vouchers and even a trip to Singapore. 

But before we get to that, here's a reminder of the eligible candidates. As previously mentioned by the Malaysian government, only those who are aged 18-20 years old and studying full-time at any local public or private institution of higher learning (IPTA/IPTS) registered with the Ministry of Higher Education may redeem it. Without further ado, here are the rest of the details and how to claim. 


Touch 'n Go eWallet 

Starting with Touch 'n Go eWallet, all Malaysian students can also claim free vouchers of up to RM550 from more than 20+ brands across the nation. From the screenshot, you can see the likes of TikTok, Lazada, Tealive, McDonald's, and even Apple (most probably an authorised store). 


The RM200 eBeliaRahmah credit is also only eligible for selected merchants. This includes most fast-food restaurants, convenience stores and others. You can refer to the screenshot above. As usual, you will need to input your MyKad details correctly to redeem. 



Next, the Boost app will immediately bring you to the redemption page after tapping on the eBeliaRahmah promo. You will need to verify your IC first and Boost will check your eligibility. After that, you will get your RM200 and other rewards. According to Boost, there are many collaborations such as Watsons, Lazada, Switch, Urban Republic, mobile2go, Inside Scoop, agoda, Viu and many more. It's worth mentioning that the claim period will end earlier on 22 August instead of 31 August unlike the other two platforms.



Last but not least, Setel users (who are eligible) can also redeem the RM200 credit as well as four tickets for a concert in Singapore and up to RM105 cashback. The RM200 credit from Setel can only be used to refill petrol at any Petronas stations, get goods at Kedai Mesra (including Deliver2Me), Cafe Mesra, and other things that support Setel QR and DuitNow QR. 

As for the concert tickets, it seems that there will only be two winners with two tickets for each. To win these tickets, you will need to spend RM200 with Setel as aforementioned. The campaign period will end on 31 August 2023 and the winners will be announced on the Setel app and social media page. 


Last but not least, there's quite a handful of RM105 cashback details. For one, you get RM5 cashback when your cumulative fuel purchases reach RM100, or getting RM10 cashback after spending a cumulative amount of RM200 online with Setel Wallet at a Petronas Shop (cashback rewarded up to five times for both). You can check out the rest of the details in the screenshot. 


So there you have it. Obviously, Setel is best used for students who already have a driving license for cars or motorcycles to best make use of the credit. As for Touch 'n Go eWallet and Boost are quite similar, so it depends on which app you use more for cashless transactions. Choose and spend wisely, kids!