Although this year’s Hari Raya celebrations have already passed, Shell Malaysia is keeping the festive spirit up by extending its “Ekstra Ganjaran Setiap Hari” BonusLink loyalty programme promotion until the 31st of July 2021.

The promotion awards customers with up to 4X BonusLink points every time you refuel at Shell during the campaign period. The more you refuel, the more points you’ll earn as the points multiplier increases from 1X up to 4X every visit!

To participate, customers just need to swipe their BonusLink card, or use the BLINK app at any Shell petrol station nationwides, and pump a minimum of RM50 of Shell FuelSave 95, Shell V-Power 97, or Shell V-Power Racing fuels in a single receipt.

The point multiplication will be reset on a monthly basis, on the 1st of every month – So you’ll have just one week to build up your multiplier before it gets reset for June. Here’s a more detailed breakdown of how the system works:

VisitBonusLink Points
1st visit (min. spend of RM50)1X
2nd visit (min. spend of RM50)2X
3rd visit (min. spend of RM50)3X
4th visit (min. spend of RM50)4X

In addition to the extra BonusLink points, Shell is also offering special in-store redemptions from as low as 100 points for a limited time for items including Yeo’s canned drink, Coca-Cola, and many more.

Shell Malaysia Trading and Shell Timur Managing Director, Shairan Huzani Husain said: “With the traveling restrictions being enforced, we understand that it may be challenging for Malaysians to truly experience up to 4x points with BonusLink every time they refuel at Shell. We hope with this extension, Malaysians will be able to make the most out of their journeys with Shell.

“The extension is also Shell’s way of helping out in the economic uncertainties Malaysians are experiencing with the nationwide MCO. We understand it has not been easy for all; we will continue to stand with our customers, and by providing them with the extra value every time they refuel at Shell, we hope to help more Malaysians to make the most of their Ringgit.”