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More rewards with the new PayLah! stamp cards
At a Glance
Singapore’s ultimate everyday app is now more rewarding than ever! With our all-new PayLah! stamp cards, you can collect and redeem everyday rewards seamlessly in one app when you order and pay with PayLah! for your daily meals and more.
Explore more stamp cards!
Over time, more dining, transport and entertainment rewards from our various partners will be made available to you on your PayLah! app. So stay tuned, and check out your available stamp cards on your PayLah! homepage or ‘Rewards’ page!
How to complete your PayLah! stamp cards
There are three ways you can collect your rewards stamps on PayLah!
Do check out your available stamp cards to see which method applies.
1. Scan to pay with PayLah!
Step 1: Scan to pay with PayLah! at any of our partner merchants.
Step 2: Automatically receive a stamp if you have a stamp card for that merchant.Step 3: Complete the stamp card to receive your reward!
2. Make a purchase via PayLah! merchant tile
Step 1: Tap on the PayLah! merchant tile.
Step 2: Complete your purchase and payment on the merchant tile.Step 3: Return to your PayLah! app to collect a stamp if you have a stamp card for that merchant.
3. Check out with PayLah! on a merchant site or app
Step 1: Complete your purchase on a merchant site and check out with PayLah!
Step 2: Upon completing the payment, you will receive a notification prompting you to launch your PayLah! app to receive the stamp.Step 3: Complete the stamp card to receive your reward!
So, whether it’s booking rides, ordering meals, or buying tickets, you can get more of what you love while being rewarded for it – all on the Ultimate Everyday App!
Not on PayLah! yet? Download The Ultimate Everyday App today.
Get S$5 when you download and register with promo ‘FIVELAH’ from now till 31 December 2023. For full terms and conditions, click here.
Download and register today to enjoy more shopping rewards!
Find out more about DBS PayLah! here.
Monies in DBS PayLah! are a deposit. SGD deposits are insured up to S$75k by SDIC.
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