Touch ‘N Go Digital has just announced a partnership with Mid Valley Megamall and The Gardens. This partnership will allow you to make purchases using the Touch ‘N Go eWallet at retail outlets in the two malls.
The company also aims to enable 80% of retail outlets in the two malls to accept payment via the Touch ‘N Go eWallet in 2019. The exceptions here are luxury brand merchants, with product prices easily exceeding the maximum capacity of the eWallet, which is RM1500.
In conjunction with the announcement, a number of outlets will also be having promotions that are exclusive to users of the Touch ‘N Go eWallet. These promotions will be happening between 17 and 31 December 2018.
Here are some of the promotions that you can make use of:
- RM2.50 for Tealive drinks nationwide
- RM5 off a minimum spending of RM80 at Popular Bookstores nationwide
- RM5 for a scoop of Haagen Dazs ice cream
- RM5 off at Gindaco Takoyaki
- RM15 off all main courses at Define Food
- RM5 flat rate rides to Mid Valley Megamall and The Gardens Mall from any location with EzCab
- RM1 for a cup of Air Mata Kucing at Mou Tak Ding
- RM6.60 for All Berry Bang, Mango Magic, and Strawberry Squeeze drinks at Boost Juice
At the same time, Touch ‘N Go Digital is also pilot-testing the new “TNG Card” feature of the Touch ‘N Go eWallet at the DUKE Highway tolls. This particular feature allows for the deduction of balance from your Touch ‘N Go physical card via Touch ‘N Go eWallet app.
As long as you use a card that’s been paired to your eWallet, the toll fare will be paid using your eWallet balance, and if the balance there is insufficient, then the balance of the card being used will be deducted instead.
With the successful pilot test, the feature will then be made available at all other tolls, followed by retail outlets. To learn more about the new TNG Card feature, head on to Touch ‘N Go’s official website.