AirAsia BIG Loyalty partners with Fave

AirAsia BIG Loyalty marks its first step beyond travel deals through the launch of BIG Deals by Fave, a new feature on the AirAsia BIG Loyalty app. BIG Members will now be able to receive double the rewards, earning BIG Points and redeeming their favourite everyday deals using BIG Points while enjoying savings up to 95% off on the best travel and lifestyle deals by Fave.

BIG Deals by Fave allows over 3.6 million BIG Members in Malaysia to earn 1 BIG Point for every RM1 spent on lifestyle vouchers every day. They can also utilise their BIG Points to redeem BIG Deals vouchers, from food, beauty and activities to automobile services, travel and fitness, with popular brands like A&W, Healthland, Forever 21, Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur, Kenny Rogers Roasters and more offering discounts of up to 95% at over 3,700 outlets.

AirAsia BIG Loyalty Acting CEO Sereen Teoh says, “We have over 3.6 million BIG Members in Malaysia who have been tremendously loyal and supportive over the years. With BIG Deals in partnership with Fave, we can now doubly reward them not just through travelling, but all the time with amazing offers on the things they already love doing every day, all from the BIG Loyalty app.” By signing up and linking their BIG Member account to their Fave account before shopping, they will be able to earn 1 BIG Point for every RM1 they spend on Fave, which can be used to redeem AirAsia flights to amazing holidays across more than 130 destinations.

Fave founder Joel Neoh says, “This partnership with AirAsia BIG Loyalty will allow us to further enhance our mission of delivering everyday happiness and rewards to both BIG and Fave users. Whether they choose to go for a massage, buy their morning coffee or go for a short staycation, both Fave users and BIG Members can now earn BIG Points.”

Both BIG Loyalty and Fave apps are available on Google Play and the App Store.

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