We’re facing a major COVID-19 wave together. People are spending even more on food and groceries these days and at Mox, share of supermarket and grocery as well as food delivery spending in the first half of February 2022 has increased approximately 1.5 times compared to the first half of December 2021.
To help them during these trying times, we’re introducing a series of new offers to make your life at home under current social distancing measures a bit more convenient and manageable.
Enjoy HKD500 Cash Rewards When You Open a New Mox Account with “HUNGRYMOX” Invitation Codes
From now till 31 March 2022, you can receive cash rewards when you join us as a Mox customer using “HUNGRYMOX” invitation code. When you spend HKD500 on Mox Credit during the period from the account opening date and the following 30 days when ordering food at foodpanda, Deliveroo, McDonald’s or other specified food delivery platforms, or buying groceries from DON DON DONKI, HKTVmall or selected supermarkets, we’ll give you back HKD500. You can find the complete merchant list with details of the “HUNGRYMOX” invitation code promotion here.
Enjoy More Savings When Ordering at Deliveroo and foodpanda
We have partnered with foodpanda to offer extra discounts to ease your weekends until 27 March 2022. You can receive a HKD65 discount when you spend at least HKD300 (excluding delivery fee) with Mox Credit on food delivery from selected restaurants using the promo code “MOX65” on every Friday, Saturday and Sunday in February and March. Customers can use the code twice in February and four times in March. For more information, click here.
We’re also adding Deliveroo into our Mox 5% CashBack merchant ecosystem to give our customers more choice. By checking out on Deliveroo with Mox Credit, you can earn 5% CashBack, up to a cap of HKD150. The offer is valid till 30 April 2022 and is subject to terms and conditions found here.
At Mox, we’re working hard to create new deals and look for more opportunities to fit your digital lifestyle and make it more convenient. After all, we’re in this together.
To borrow or not to borrow? Borrow only if you can repay!
Stay safe and healthy!