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NTUC FairPrice and Grab’s subscription programme SCORE expands benefits with new brands GrabFood, Zalora, OCBC Bank, Qoo10 and Cheers

Published on
08 November 2018

Subscribers enjoy greater savings and access to more products and services 

SINGAPORE, 8 November 2018 – The SCORE Subscription Programme, a collaboration between NTUC FairPrice (FairPrice) and Grab, today announced its partnership with GrabFood, Zalora, OCBC Bank, Qoo10 and Cheers. The addition of these partners will significantly expand the programme’s offerings and provide subscribers with greater savings and benefits for everyday essentials and lifestyle needs.

Mr Seah Kian Peng, CEO, NTUC FairPrice, said, “Since the launch of our programme earlier this year, FairPrice and Grab have continued to develop greater savings and rewards for customers. Beyond groceries and transport, we have expanded the benefits to offer a wider spectrum of choices to include food delivery service GrabFood, top online e-commerce site Zalora, financial services provider OCBC Bank, online marketplace Qoo10 and our own convenience format, Cheers. With SCORE, we aim to maximise benefits and savings to enhance and complement consumers’ lifestyle needs.”

The updated programme will also see changes to Grab benefits. Subscribers who sign up from 1 December 2018 onwards will enjoy 20% off 15 Grab rides (capped at $5 per ride) every month, after taking five rides. All new and existing SCORE subscribers will also now enjoy 10 free deliveries on GrabFood each month.

Mr Lim Kell Jay, Head of Grab Singapore, said, “Since we launched SCORE with FairPrice, we are seeing subscribers in Singapore save an average of $60 per month on Grab rides alone. We are delighted to expand these benefits so that they can now enjoy savings across more services in our everyday app, including transport and food delivery. Together with our partners, we are glad to bring more convenience and savings to our consumers’ daily lives.”

The new perks will kick in from 1 December 2018, at no additional cost to existing SCORE subscribers.

Mr Giulio Xiloyannis, Chief Operating Officer, ZALORA, said, “Zalora is proud to partner with SCORE in incentivising consumers in Singapore. We’ve always championed the move to convert traditional consumers into e-consumers to promote the development of the e-economy in the region, and SCORE is a great platform for us to engage Singaporeans.  As the region’s leading online fashion retailer, consumers in Singapore will enjoy great value on the best fashion brands available on ZALORA.”

Mr Dennis Tan, Head of Consumer Financial Services Singapore, OCBC Bank, said, “We are pleased to work with NTUC FairPrice and Grab to offer our customers the SCORE programme. OCBC customers can now enjoy cash rebates and savings on their daily spending, such as Grab rides, grocery shopping at FairPrice supermarkets and purchases from Unity stores. This is a powerful proposition for our customers, made possible through collaboration with like-minded companies across industries in this ecosystem, where we are able to leverage one another’s strengths and reward our customers even further for their daily spend.”

Mr HyunWook Cho, Country Manager for Qoo10 SG, said, “As firm believers of nurturing an ultimately sustainable e-commerce ecosystem, we are very pleased to join SCORE. Along with Grab, NTUC FairPrice, and other fellow partners, we hope to bring exciting value to present and future subscribers of the programme.”

Benefits of the SCORE Subscription Programme are summarised as follows:

Subscribers who utilise perks from all participating brands will potentially save an estimated S$140 per month.

The SCORE Subscription Programme, which is only available to residents in Singapore, is priced at S$29.99 for the first year, and S$49.99 for subsequent years of subscription. Visit for more information.

Like-Minded Partners to Better Serve the Community

SCORE remains committed to serve its subscribers better, and continues to work closely and seek partnerships with industry leaders to expand its offerings. Potential partners can email


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