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HSBC launches RewardCash-based e-shop for Hong Kong Visa platinum cardholders

They can now ship at Watsons, PARKnShop, and Fortress with their RewardCash.

HSBC has launched a RewardCash-based e-shop in Hong Kong, accessible via the HSBC Reward+ mobile app.

HSBC Visa Platinum cardholders in the city can now shop at PARKnSHOP, Watsons, and FORTRESS with their RewardCash directly through the bank’s Reward+ app.

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Over 100,000 HSBC Visa Platinum cardholders have reportedly linked their cards to the MoneyBack mobile app, according to a press release announcing the launch of the e-shop.

HSBC Visa Platinum Cardholders in Hong Kong can now purchase exclusive daily necessities, electronic appliances as well as health and beauty products with their RC and enjoy up to 50 percent discount. Customers can pick up their online orders daily at over 250 locations in the city.

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