Get rewarded now while you enjoy BaWangChaJi drink with ‘BW Rewards’

BaWangChaJi is offering special rewards and discounts to all Malaysians by signing up for ‘BW Rewards’ via Facebook account. ‘BW Rewards’ will officially kick start on 26th December 2020. In conjunction with the New Year celebration, fans who fulfil the purchase of 15 beverages through ‘BW Rewards’ will be eligible to redeem a BaWangChaJi 2021 Calendar: 365 New Hopes.  

Drink, Stamp & Win

Here are the guides to participate in the ‘Drink, Stamp & Win’ campaign and redeem BaWangChaJi limited edition 2021 Calendar: 

  1. Visit any BaWangChaJi’s outlet and purchase drinks
  2. Sign up for a ‘BW Rewards’ account via Facebook (check out this link for account sign-up guide)
  3. Log on to ‘Chop-Stamp’ section
  4. Click a Chop-Stamp and show to the crew at counter
  5. The crew will scan the QR code of the Chop-Stamp and the stamp will be marked completed (E.g., 3 drinks in a receipt = 3 chop-stamp to be scanned)
  6. Once you have fulfilled the purchases of 15 beverages, you may redeem a BaWangChaJi’s 2021 Calendar at any outlet, while stocks last

Alternatively, you may visit this link for the participation guide.

BaWangChaJi 2021 Calendar: 365 New Hopes 

The calendar comes with two display methods, either sticking it on the fridge door with the magnets, or standing on the given wooden brackets. The inspiration behind the BaWangChaJi 2021 Calendar came from BaWangChaJi Malaysia team in encouraging everyone to stay positive and always be hopeful in a whole new 365 days of 2021. The calendar is designed in the form of cards where each card represents a different phase of BaWangChaJi’s journey with its last card consisting of the CEO’s message.

BaWangChaJi will be offering Malaysian to purchase 30 vouchers for any drinks at only RM288 but the brand can only confirmed that it will be coming soon. Stay tuned here for more ‘BW Rewards’ campaigns while enjoying the beverages of BaWangChaJi.

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