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Here’s How This Man Bought An iPhone 14 Pro Max for Under RM900

by Aiman MaulanaSeptember 22, 2022
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A Malaysian man managed to get himself an Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max for just under RM900, and it’s real. Here’s how he pulled it off.

Can You Really Get an iPhone 14 Pro Max For That Cheap? Yes, You Can

Here's How This Man Bought An iPhone 14 Pro Max for Under RM900

A Malaysian man known as Ng has done what is seemingly impossible; purchasing the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max for just under RM900. To be precise, it’s RM883.30, and it’s practically a steal given its retail price starting from RM5,799.

How is this possible? With the use of GrabRewards points, lots and lots of it.

In a local Facebook group, Ng shared screenshots of him redeeming a staggering 893,590 points to get a grand total of RM5,415.70 store credit at Machines. All he had to do from there was pay the balance and the iPhone 14 Pro Max will be his.

Granted, he was a little short from getting the device for free but he likely needed to use it soon or risk it expiring on him. Regardless, it’s still practically a steal since an over RM5,000 discount is simply insane. One might be wondering how he managed to amass such a high amount of points.

Here's How This Man Bought An iPhone 14 Pro Max for Under RM900

As it turns out, Ng uses GrabPay a lot as he spends roughly RM10,000 every month. For clarification, that amount is for his family as well, not just for himself, and GrabPay itself has an RM10,000 monthly spend limit.

He also mentioned that you can get more points by topping up the GrabPay Wallet via the Maybank Grab Mastercard Platinum credit card, which will apparently grant five times the number of points. Furthermore, paying with the ewallet will get three times the normal points.

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Pokdepinion: While I would come nowhere close to spending that much on Grab / GrabPay, this is giving me more ideas on what I should do with my points since I often end up not using them.

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Aiman Maulana
Jack of all trades, master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one. YouTuber, video editor, tech head, and a wizard of gaming. What's up? :)