FNB announced that Mr D Food is the latest partner to join its eBucks Rewards programme. Customers can now earn and spend eBucks when ordering from the Mr D Food App with their qualifying FNB/RMB Private Bank Accounts.
Mr D Food delivers meals from over 5 000 restaurants to over a million customers around South Africa via the mobile app.
“We remain committed to addressing the needs of our customers through partnerships that enable safe, convenient and cost-effective ways to earn and spend eBucks. Mr D Food offers a platform for our members to enjoy a variety of meals ordered and delivered at the tap of an app, and get rewarded for it,” said Johan Moolman, eBucks Rewards CEO.
eBucks earn and spend is only available on the Mr D Food App. Customers will order from their favourite restaurants on the Mr D Food App, using their pre-loaded qualifying FNB/RMB Private Bank cards to pay. Once the order has been placed, they need to opt in to earn eBucks by choosing the ‘Earn eBucks’ option and enter their SA ID number. The restaurants will then prepare the order, and a nearby delivery person will deliver it to the customer.
“We are very excited about this partnership with FNB and eBucks Rewards. A large number of our app users are FNB banked customers and we’ve seen these numbers grow exponentially by over 400% in the past 24 months. This collaboration means customers will now be rewarded for their orders or they can use their eBucks to buy meals from our assorted partner restaurants across South Africa,” said Devin Sinclair, CEO of Mr D Food.
Mr D Food joins more than 40 eBucks Rewards partners across various retail and online categories.
“At eBucks Rewards we are constantly trying to find ways for our members to stretch their wallets in a manner that is relevant and achievable. Members can look forward to another exciting new partnership that will be launched in April 2020,” concludes Moolman.
eBucks Rewards made it into the top five most-used loyalty programmes in South Africa at the latest findings of the 2019/20 Truth and BrandMapp Loyalty Landscape Whitepaper. The rewards programme is the only retail bank to enter the top five.