Maybank truly created a the best credit card to be used at Malaysia that can collect 5x points and max rebate RM50 per month when use on weekend. Below is the places that can used. Happy shopping :)
Places that accepts AMEX [Klang Valley] Airlines :
Cathay Pacific Airways
Chocolates shops in KLIA
KLIA Airport Limo
Lcct Eraman duty free
LCCT Taxi Voucher Merchant Solutions
KTM Intercity (over the counter)
Automotive Service Centre:
Ah Man Tyre Centre - Belakong
BMW Auto Bavaria-Glenmarie
BMW Auto Bavaria-Segambut
CARs International - Car Polish & Waxing
Federal Auto (Volvo)
Honda The Millennium Auto & Carriage(Jalan Damansara)
KS Tyre (Ampang) Sdn. Bhd
Lim Tayar (or CKL) @ all outlets. refer - www.limtayar.com.my/html/our_outlets.html
Perodua Service Center Balakong (min RM50)
Perodua Service Center Puchong - Bandar Bukit Puchong
Proton Centre Of Service Excellence …
Just want to list down all the places that can use AMEX to maximise the point that can be claimed by Maybank Amex since have 5x points and 5% rebate on weekends capped at RM50
whoohoo just saw my card in Maybank2U. will get it soon :)
2/4/11-first swipe at Shell!
1/6/2011-just in 2 months have over 15k+ points, wow! really easy to earn points with this card, happy spending
21/7/2011-redeem 75k points at Maybank Treatpoints Fair. Thanks MBB. Really enjoyed using the card :)
23/8/2011-getting in big trouble overusing the credit card. Check out my ugly experience and hopefully you'll be a wise guy and don't have to go through the same thing. How I owe credit card again! 11/11/2011- please check all latest update HEREkeep up good work ronnie :) Places that USE AMEX at Malaysia AMEX Selects 2013 (PDF) Airlines : AirAsia Cathay Pacific Airways Dragonair EVA Air Emirates Airline Singapore Airlines Chocolates shops in KLIA Firefly JetAirWays KLIA Airport Limo KLIA Express …
Is RON97 Really Better Than RON95? – Tried And Tested!
For the first time in history, petrol kiosks in Malaysia are experiencing a shortage of RON97 petrol, after demand for the fuel surged following a reduction in its price on Dec 1.
The high demand came after the Government scrapped subsidies for RON95 and diesel and implemented a managed float system, which resulted in a very low difference between the price of RON95 (RM2.26 per litre) and RON97 (RM2.46 per litre).
The price of RON97, which incidentally fell nine sen from RM2.55 to RM2.46 per litre in December 2014, saw some petrol kiosks double their sales of the fuel from an average of 500 litres to 1,000 litres in a day.
In February 2015, retail prices of RON95 and RON97 fell further to RM1.70 per litre and RM2.00 per litre, respectively.
However, prices of RON95 and RON97 went up by 20.5% and 22.5% in August to RM2.05 per litre and RM2.45 a litre respectively.
Here is a comparison of RON95 and RON97 prices from Dec 2014 to Ja…