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[This is a sponsored article with Grab Malaysia.]

With Raya around the corner, if you’re a seller creating festive gifts such as kuih Raya or baju Raya, you’re likely now handling tens to potentially hundreds of orders per day.

While handling deliveries yourself was a viable option before this, festive seasons can take a massive toll on your time and operations if you don’t outsource help.

These lead to mistakes being made, and in a worst case scenario, those products that you were rushing to get out before Raya may fail to arrive at customers’ doorsteps in the end.

Outsourcing your deliveries to a third-party service provider like Grab via GrabExpress can ensure that the likelihood of this happening is lessened.

But first of all, what is GrabExpress?

To elaborate, GrabExpress is an on-demand delivery service by Grab that helps individuals and businesses deliver their products to customers by taking advantage of Grab’s extensive e-hailing fleet.

For example, if a business needs to send a set of Raya cookies but is too busy to do so, they can outsource the delivery efforts to GrabExpress via the Grab superapp, which can be downloaded from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.

For businesses and individuals who make deliveries very often, Grab offers the GrabExpress Super Sender subscription plan to cut delivery costs by more than RM150 a month.

You can subscribe to either the GrabExpress Super Sender Lite or the Plus plan at RM1 and RM3 a month, respectively.

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The Super Sender Lite gives you a 3% discount on 100 GrabExpress deliveries a month which could net you at least RM36 in total discounts or more. The Super Sender Plus, on the other hand, will give you a 5% discount on up to 200 GrabExpress deliveries, which provides you with a minimum of RM150 in savings.

Example: If a seller has 200 deliveries a month that costs from RM15 onwards per delivery, with the 5% discount for each delivery, they can save a minimum of RM150. Find out more about how GrabExpress Super Sender works here.

You could be one of 51 winners to win a share of the RM35,000 prize pool

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Other than offering discounts on deliveries, there is also the GrabExpress Super Sender Challenge which will take place until May 1, 2022. 

You could stand a chance to win your share of the RM35,000 prize pool which comprises of Senheng vouchers worth RM600 each for 48 winners and three slots to attend the Facebook Marketing Masterclass on May 12 and May 13, 2022, worth RM2,400 each.

The masterclass is a two-day live webinar hosted by Digital Marketing Consultancy. It will teach you various skills, including creating powerful posts to engage with your fans, setting marketing objectives, ad placements, identifying your target market, and how to promote to them.

To participate in the GrabExpress Super Sender Challenge, you need to sign up for the Super Sender Lite or Super Sender Plus subscription plan and complete ten deliveries in a week using the Super Sender voucher.

Once you complete the weekly challenge, you will receive a Grab app notification with a link to submit a winners shortlist form. You have to come up with the most creative answer for why you should win the RM600 Senheng voucher.

As a grand prize, the top three participants that completed the most deliveries throughout the contest duration will win slots to attend the Facebook Marketing Masterclass mentioned above. 

Grab has a more detailed explanation about the GrabExpress Super Sender subscription and the contest mechanics on their website.


With that being said, if you’re already a seller that uses GrabExpress often, this challenge is a good opportunity to win some prizes with little extra effort.

Even after the Raya festivities are over, you can still take advantage of the GrabExpress Super Sender subscription plans to cut down on costs when sending your items through a reliable delivery partner.

On top of that, you could also use the GrabRewards points you earned to get additional discounts which help drive down delivery costs too.

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