Eid al-Fitr is a celebration that all Muslims look forward to. There are many ways to celebrate Eid, but maybe you can't do all of them. Read on to find out 3 jago and fun ways to celebrate Eid al-Fitr.
Eid al-Fitr Becomes Fun With 3 Jago Ways to Celebrate
1. Indulge in a variety of Eid dishes
Indonesia is a paradise of delicious food. Your stomach will be happy when you indulge in a variety of Eid dishes. When the stomach is happy, you can celebrate Eid al-Fitr with more energy. Ketupat, beef stew and chicken opor are just a few examples of typical Eid dishes.
To avoid the hassle of cooking by yourself, you can order your favorite dishes through GoFood. GoPay Jago provides many conveniences for you, such as no top-ups, no switching applications, free top-up fees, free admin fees and managing your spending better by creating a Jago Pocket for your GoFood needs .
2. Give digital gifts to loved ones
This Eid al-Fitr, maybe there are relatives who can't join in gathering and celebrating together offline. But, Eid al-Fitr can still be an exciting moment to share happiness.
In today's sophisticated era, giving gifts can be in digital form. You can send money along with Eid greeting cards using the Giveaway Pocket feature in the Jago application. Recipients will receive both at once. After that, you can continue with online silaturahim.
3. Have a staycation for a change of atmosphere
Celebrating Eid al-Fitr can be done from anywhere, you don't need to be at home. Those of you who want a change of atmosphere without going back to your hometown can try a staycation with the closest people.
You can list down the people who want to have a staycation together. After finding the right property, all of you can start chipping in. To make collecting money easier, you can use Jago’s Shared Pocket.
When using the Shared Pocket, you don't need to take note of who has transferred and who hasn't. Jago records all transactions, both money in and money out. Each member of the Shared Pocket can also view transaction history, thus maintaining transparency.
Also, transferring money to the Shared Pocket does not require you to remember the account number. Very practical, right? Just choose the destination Shared Pocket and move money from the Main Pocket or another Pocket.
So, do the 3 things above to have a more joyful Eid celebration. The Jago application can be downloaded here for those who don't have it yet. After creating a Jago account, you can immediately use the features above.