FNB customers can earn ebucks rewards streaming Netflix and Spotify
First National Bank (FNB) announced that customers can also earn eBucks points to move up a reward level when they use their cards on streaming services such as Netflix and Spotify.
FNB added that customers who use family and spousal accounts will now be able to earn up to 40% back in eBucks on their Netflix and Spotify subscriptions.
The bank noted that there will be changes to the eBucks rewards programme and the points system which will take effect on the 1st of July.
The list of eBucks earn rule changes for 2020 is below:
- To help with maximising on rewards during this uncertain time, eBucks level 1 will start at zero points and customers will get new once-off booster points to help them move up reward levels quicker within a month.
- Customers could earn up to 40% back in eBucks on Netflix and Spotify monthly subscriptions when they use family banking or qualifying spousal accounts.
- Customers could earn additional eBucks through Smart Spend on their qualifying FNB and RMB Private Bank cards or when using FNB Pay.
- Customers who hold FNB investment accounts could bank for free by earning up to 100% of their monthly Fusion or Cheque account fees back in eBucks, depending on their reward level and minimum balance.
- Customers who take up an FNB Connect SIM after 1 July 2020 will get up to 1GB, 30 voice minutes and 30 SMSs for the first 3 months, thereafter, the free FNB Connect allocation will depend on their eBucks Reward level.
The bank said its eBucks programme has also been very successful, with customers earning in excess of R2.4 billion in eBucks over the past year.
56% of FNB customers are now spending 100% of their pharmacy spend at Clicks after the retailer became an eBucks partner in April 2020. Previously, this behaviour was prevalent among only 27% of customers.
Written by: Staff Writer.