The humble snag is a true Australian icon: the taste of Australian democracy, the flavour of morning hardware shopping, the breakfast of champions.
To celebrate this versatile BBQ snack, ME is launching Snag™ – the debit card for the rest of us.
For every sausage sizzle purchase, Snag™ gets you $2.50 cashback*. Not too shabby.
Find your local snag dispensary and get yourself a barbequed treat.
Snag™ and our SmellWave™ technology is 100% sauce resistant.
Tap your Snag™ card to your sausage, triggering its SmellWave™ sensors which then deposits $2.50 cashback in your account. Tasty.
So, how does our card know when you’ve got yourself a tasty Saturday morning snag? It’s fitted with cutting edge SmellWave™ technology – with sensors finely tuned to detect the sizzling aroma of freshly cooked BBQ snags. Simply tap the card on your sausage and $2.50 is deposited into your account.
Waiting is the wurst, get cashback on your sausage sizzle purchases with Snag™ today.
Sausages aren’t for everyone. ME hasn’t forgotten the animal lovers, the religiously observant and the culinarily cautious: we’re also launching Veg™ – our green card for the vegetarians among us.
Along with cashbacks on your non-meat, fried food purchases, the fine-tuned SmellWave™ sensors also detect proximity to meat. If it detects that you’ve broken your veggie vows, it automatically donates your cashback funds to a charity of your choice.
Don’t cut up your card, Veg™ is edible so you can really put your money where your mouth is when your card expires.
Sausages must be freshly barbecued for cashback to apply. A sausage tapped to obtain cashback must be consumed only by the person whose name is on the Snag™ card – sausages are not transferrable. The Snag™ card and this landing page are not culinary advice, and you should consider if sausages are right for you. Please consume sausages responsibly. Only one (1) barbecued sausage may be claimed per transaction. ME takes no responsibility for the quality of third-party sausages, for the consequences of consuming said sausages, or anything that cardholders might choose to put on their sausages, including but not limited to blue cheese, ramen noodles, potato chips or popcorn and those are the ones we just found by Googling for five minutes (honestly what’s wrong with some people).